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Considering Surgery? Consider Stem Cell Therapy Instead!

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Background. As we age, it seems inevitable that eventually our joints will wear out and begin to fail us.  Years spent walking and standing in the course of our professional careers and maintaining an active lifestyle puts an enormous strain on the body’s joints, especially the knees and hips.  While…

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Stem Cell Therapy for Sports Injuries

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As professional and collegiate-level football programs are gearing up for the beginning of the 2018 regular season, it seems appropriate to talk about sports-related injuries.  Anyone who faithfully follows their favorite team hoping for a chance at the playoffs knows the anguish when one of the star players is sidelined…

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Could Stem Cells Prove to Be Music to the Ears of Tinnitus Sufferers?

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What is Tinnitus? Tinnitus is a common problem that, in different forms, affects around 20% of the population. It manifests as a perception of a ringing, buzzing, whistling or roaring noise, often of high-pitched or variable quality, in the head, or in one or both ears. It may be fleeting,…

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Back to Basics: SVF and PRP in the Management of Degenerative Disc Disease

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Degenerative Disc Disease Degenerative Disc Disease (DDD), as the name implies, refers to a condition characterized by pain and possible radiating weakness/numbness stemming from the degeneration or break down of a spinal disc, impinging on the nerve(s).  This disease occurs when an intervertebral disc loses its integrity and its ability…

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Are Stem Cells a Viable Therapeutic Option for Autism/A.S.D.?

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Autism as a Neural Development Disorder Autism is classified as a disorder of neural development and exists as part of a wider “Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)” of non-specific and overlapping neurological development conditions. It is equally common in all races and all nationalities, though it is three to four times…

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Adipose Tissue as a Potential Source of HSPCs

By | Adipose (fat) Tissue, Auto-Immune Diseases, Blog, Cardiac & Pulmonary Disease, Circulation, COPD Library, Critical Limb Ischemia, Diabetes Library, Erectile Dysfunction (ED) and Lichen Sclerosis, General Orthopedics Library, Latest News, News and Events, Platelet Rich Plasma, Stem Cell Research Studies | No Comments

Throughout our series of informative blogs, we have focused on a variety of diseases and conditions which have been effectively managed utilizing SVF (Stromal Vascular Fraction) derived from the patient’s own adipose tissue. This multipotent “cellular soup” has been used for almost 50 years throughout the world, initially in research…

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Stromal Vascular Fraction Therapy: A Multi-Discipline Approach

By | Adipose (fat) Tissue, Auto-Immune Diseases, Blog, Featured, News and Events, Orthopedics, Osteoarthritis, Platelet Rich Plasma, Rheumatoid Arthritis Library, Stem Cell Research Studies, Stromal Vascular Fraction | No Comments

In our recent series of blogs and articles, we have highlighted specific diseases and conditions that were effectively managed using Stromal Vascular Fraction (SVF) or its derivative component adipose-derived stem cells.  For more information on how these multipotent regenerative agents of change impact the health outcomes of patients with osteoarthritis,…

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Take a Knee: Osteoarthritis and Platelet-Rich-Plasma

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Sufferers of Osteoarthritis Osteoarthritis is a degenerative connective tissue disease, and as the most common form of arthritis affects millions of people worldwide.  This debilitating condition occurs as the cartilage that protects the ends of bones at the joint wears down, eventually resulting in painful bone on bone contact friction. …

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