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Everything You Wanted to Know About Prolotherapy

Proliferative therapy is an innovative medical treatment, but it isn’t new. In the 4th century BC, Hippocrates used proliferative therapy, also known as prolotherapy, to stop bleeding with cauterization. As a result, he discovered the added healing benefits of this treatment, which resulted in healthier ligaments and joints. However, it wasn’t until the 1950s, when Continue Reading >>

Can a Hip Arthroscopy Restore Your Mobility?

As the largest and most complex weight-bearing joints, the hip can be particularly susceptible to injuries and deterioration in the form of osteoarthritis (OA), which affects over 30 million adults in the United States each year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. If you are one of the millions of Americans suffering Continue Reading >>

5 Life Changing Advantages of Proliferative Therapy

Prolotherapy, also known as “proliferative therapy” is an innovative form of regenerative medicine that is paving the way in healing acute and chronic injuries, including debilitating joint pain. Prolotherapy is a cutting-edge joint pain treatment that can benefit people suffering from tendonitis, arthritis, bulging discs and soft tissue pain originating in the neck, lower back, Continue Reading >>

3 Ways Stem Cell Therapy is Revolutionizing Hip Orthopedics

Imagine a world where advanced cartilage loss and joint degeneration from orthopedic conditions, like osteoarthritis, or congenital disorders, like hip dysplasia, no longer required hip replacement surgery (arthroplasty) to improve mobility and alleviate chronic joint pain. Imagine what it would be like if a simple injection or a minimally-invasive procedure at an orthopedic surgeon’s office Continue Reading >>

The 5 Most Painful Hip Conditions

Like everything in life, pain tends to be relative. A condition or injury that proves excruciating or debilitating for one person may present mild to moderate symptoms in another. For people suffering from hip pain, which is one of the largest and more complex joints, the location and intensity of the pain depends on a Continue Reading >>

How Can Stem Cell Therapy Help in Treating Orthopedic Injuries?

Millions of Americans suffer from chronic back and joint pain. From disrupting physical routines and the ability to exercise and participate in sports, to interfering with work and everyday activities, living with pain can have a profound impact on a person’s health and quality of life. Although traditional treatment methods like physical therapy, medication, and Continue Reading >>

Good Morning America Anchor Undergoes Total Hip Replacement Surgery

According to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS), more than 2.5 million Americans had undergone some form of hip replacement surgery by 2014. Although traditionally associated with older adults aged 65 and older, the number of younger adults undergoing hip arthroscopy has been increasing in recent years. Statistics show that as many as 10% Continue Reading >>

When Should You Consider Hip Surgery?

The decision to undergo any surgical procedure can be overwhelming. Although many orthopedic problems can be managed with conservative treatments like physical therapy, medication, and regenerative medicine injections like prolotherapy and platelet rich plasma (PRP), surgical hip treatment is sometimes necessary to repair severe breaks, tears, or extensive joint damage. Hip arthroscopy is a minimally Continue Reading >>


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