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Knee Injections of Synovium Stem Cells May Delay Cartilage Degeneration

Osteoarthritis is a very common joint disorder. Due to age and normal wear and tear on the joints, the cartilage that protects the joint begins to break down, causing the bone to rub together which leads to pain and swelling in the joints. There is no cure for osteoarthritis, and up until now, many patients feel that surgery is their only option to manage the symptoms.

However, recently orthopaedic investigators have been studying the effects of periodic injections to the knee of stem cells from synovium, a thin membrane covering the inside of the joint. Nobutake Ozeki from Tokyo Medical
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Replacing Need For Orthopedic Surgery in USA

Stem Cell Research- Already Paying Dividends in Colorado
Dr. Christopher Centeno, a pioneer in stem cell research in Broomfield, Colorado is now treating patients with osteoarthritis, joint pain, knee injuries and non-healing broken bones at his clinic using the patient’s own Adult Stem Cells to repair the damage.
Goodbye Ankle Surgery- Stem Cell Treatment Instead
Hal Kaye, an […]