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Can Surgery Cause Strokes?

People often choose surgery without understanding the risks or potential long-term results of the surgery. When considering surgery, people may think about the recovery time, the cost incurred, and the loss of work hours. They may even wonder if they really want an artificial joint, and if they are up

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Treating Chondromalacia Patella Successfully

In Chondromalacia Patella, the kneecap tracks abnormally making everyday activities difficult, interfering with sports, and causing knee pain. The condition is common in runners and athletes, especially in activities that involve a lot of running, and can affect young, healthy individuals, as well as older adults. Chondromalacia patella is one

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Amniotic “Stem Cell” Therapy

Seminars about amniotic “stem cell” therapy are popping up everywhere, and it is important to know what advertisers are really talking about. At OrthoRegen, we do not use amniotic “stem cell” therapy in our stem cell treatments, but we do want you to be educated about amniotic therapy, especially since

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Painful Joints? Regenerative Orthopedics Works Even When Other Treatments Fail 

Painful Joints? Regenerative Orthopedics Works Even When Other Treatments Fail  Regenerative Orthopedics, including Stem Cell Therapy, Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP), and Dextrose Prolotherapy are non-surgical treatments for numerous painful joint conditions. The treatments are often superior to many other treatments at effectively repairing joint injuries, eliminating joint pain, and getting

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Relief from Sciatica Symptoms

Relief from Sciatica Symptoms Sciatica is a complaint that is tossed around quite frequently in the context of burning low back pain that shoots down a person’s buttocks, legs, and/or feet. You’ve probably heard it or have said it yourself! If you’ve had this problem, good chance a friend has

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Is Surgery a Good Option for Meniscus Tears?

Is Surgery a Good Option for Meniscus Tears? Meniscal tears are quite common. So much so, that they are one of the most common injuries to the knee. Meniscal injuries are routinely treated with surgery, and many with meniscus injuries end up receiving some form of meniscectomy. Nearly 700,000 arthroscopic

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Suffering from Headaches? The Problem May Come From Your Neck.

Suffering from Headaches? The Problem May Come From Your Neck. Headaches are a recurrent malady suffered by millions of Americans, causing pain and discomfort in the head, forehead, scalp, or neck. At times they are a mild nuisance, but headaches can become severe, even disabling, with the pain leading to

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Hip Labral Tears and Non-Surgical Repair with Regenerative Orthopedics

Regenerative, non-surgical treatments for painful hip conditions and arthritis have grown in recent years and with good reason. People want an alternative to the invasiveness of surgery and options that do not require anesthesia or a hospital stay. They also want therapies known to have successful long-term results. Regenerative Orthopedics

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Meniscus Surgery – A Failed Surgery Being Over Used

Meniscus are C-shaped material in the knee which act as shock absorbers between the femur (upper leg) and tibia (lower leg). Each joint has two menisci to balance the body weight evenly and keep the knee stable. Menisci are often damaged in people who are active in sports (running, biking,

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Australia Lecture

Regenerative Orthopedics: Non-Surgical Repair with Stem Cells/PRP/Prolotherapy Peter A. Fields, MD, DC lectured at the American Association of Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine in Australia on Saturday, May 21, 2016 Lecture time: 1:30pm See below link for details: http://a4mwc.com/conference-agenda/

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