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POSTED ON 9/26/2012 IN Regenerative Medicine Education BY Christopher Centeno
How important is joint stability? The answer to that is a stable joint is a happy joint. Yet so many patients come to us with unstable joints that aren't unstable enough to warrant surgery, but they are unstable enough to fry their joints over time. Understanding instability and how it might impact you is a key component to our Orthopedics 2.0 philosophy. Here's an infographic on the basic concept. As explained, there are two components to a stable joint: ligaments and muscles. Both have to be working well to allow a stable and healthy joint. Here's a prior post that explains a very common type of knee instability that we see, a loose ACL ligament and how it can be easily fixed through injection.
About the Author
Christopher Centeno, M.D.
Christopher J. Centeno, M.D. is an international expert and specialist in regenerative medicine and the clinical use of mesenchymal stem cells in orthopedics. He is board certified in physical medicine as well as rehabilitation and in pain management through The American Board of Physical Medicin ...