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If You have Knee Arthritis, Check your Leg Length!

By |April 22nd, 2011|Knee, Latest News|

Concerned about Cartilage Loss: Take your Chondroitin!

A doctor discusses a new study showing MRI evidence that Chondroitin reduces cartilage loss in the knee.

Fat vs. Bone Marrow Stem Cells in Orthopedics: More Research Showing Marrow is Better

A doctor discusses why using fat stem cells to help your joint arthritis may not be as helpful as bone marrow stem cells.
By |February 13th, 2011|Latest News, Mythbusters|

Removing parts of the Meniscus and Knee Arthritis: More Research Raises further Concerns

A doctor discusses new research showing that removing parts of the knee meniscus through arthroscopic surgery can cause more knee arthritis.
By |January 26th, 2011|Knee, Latest News|

Shoulder X-ray Findings not Related to Pain-No Surprises Here

A doctor discusses why bone spurs, arthritis, or lost cartilage on an x-ray or MRI might not explain why your shoulder hurts.

Embryonic and Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells Have Genetic Problems

A doctor discusses why embryonic stem cells and IPS cells have problems that make their mass production potentially worrisome and why using the patient's own adult stem cells is likely allot safer.
By |January 7th, 2011|Latest News|

Knee Meniscus Surgery Alters Normal Biomechanics of Walking

A doctor discusses research that shows that arthroscopic knee surgery can alter the way the knee works and lead to more knee arthritis.
By |December 31st, 2010|Knee, Latest News|