Stem Cell Therapy and PRP Therapy provide the first ever non-surgical arthritis treatment that reverses the degenerative process of arthritis. Arthritis is a condition where cartilage degenerates causing bone-to-bone friction in the joints that is the source of one's pain, disability, and inflammation. This constant rubbing is a nuisance leaving one in constant pain and unable to do the activities that they may enjoy.
Alopecia, Male and Female Pattern Baldness, and hair thinning are all an annoying part of aging. As the body ages, so does the cells of the scalp. PRP + Acell hair treatment offers a way to replace old, dying hair follicles with new and healthy cells in order for hair follicles to grow an increasing amount of hair strands.
Arthritis is one of those medical conditions that has no cure. It causes millions of people pain is the U.S. every day and medication only goes so far to treat the pain but can't reverse the condition of arthritis.
Shoulder injuries are common in sports and in life and sometimes can be a very difficult injury to heal because of the size and location of the shoulder joint. Patients end up going months without seeing any real improvement and doctors often recommend surgery if the shoulder doesn't show signs of improvement. Fortunately, there is a safe and effective non-surgical option.
As a Physical Medicine physician, it is my speciality to treat complex orthopedic injuries without the use of surgery. After 30 years as a practicing doctor in New York City, the best treatments with the highest success rates are PRP and Stem Cell Therapy.
A knee injury can permanently alter a person's life if not treated properly. Whether it is an MCL, ACL, or LCL, strain or tear, there are bound to be long-term effects. As an orthopedic physician, it is my job to find solutions to complex knee injuries without the use of invasive, risky, and expensive surgery.
Serena Williams has won four straight Grand Slam titles and is gearing up for the 2015 US Open. She has a chance to have a Calendar Grand Slam year! If she wins the U.S. open, she will have 22 total Grand Slam titles tying Steffi Graff with the most Grand Slam titles.
Dr. Bieber has officially opened a new office in Manhattan. This office is located at 300 East 56th Street, Suite A New York, NY 10022 and focuses on Stem Cell and PRP medicine.
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