The shoulder joint is one of the largest in the body and therefore, a shoulder injury can be difficult to heal. Whether it’s arthritis, a shoulder dislocation, a muscle tear, or a rotator cuff injury, it is possible to heal shoulder pain and injuries without surgery.
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Are you looking for a quick method to heal your knee injury, without surgery and without relying on months of physical therapy?
Let’s face the facts, a knee injury isn't fun. One can barely walk or if they can, there is the pain, stiffness, and immobility. It might not be the pain that is the worst of it but not being able to have the freedom to do the activities you want like take long walks, exercise, run and play games, sit at a restaurant without feeling pain, and move from place to place without the awareness of constant pain and nervousness that you may re-injure it.
If you have injured your elbow and have severe elbow pain, many doctors recommend surgery. There is another option, which has proven in some cases to be just as effective as surgery, can eliminate elbow pain, and help you avoid surgery entirely.
Hair loss is a problem that should have been corrected a long time ago. Unfortunately, it is only now that physicians have figured out how to reverse the pattern of male and female hair thinning and balding.
Stem Cell Therapy can be used as an alternative for Shoulder surgery to treat chronic and painful shoulder conditions. Shoulder surgery can often be a major procedure with many risks and complications. Even a simple shoulder surgery may leave one with scar tissue that wasn’t present prior to the surgery. Stem Cell Therapy is great for Rotator Cuff injuries as well as other shoulder conditions such as arthritis and labrum tears.
No one wants surgery and fortunately, the recent availability of stem cell medicine is helping people stay out of the operating room.
Many of my patients come in to see me for a second opinion after they have been told that they need hip surgery. They ask if there are any options instead of surgery and in most cases, the answer is an emphatic yes!
Happy New Year! 2015 is upon us and every year we should be saying that this is going to be our best year, great things are going to happen!
One thing that can ruin a holiday is a painful injury. As a New York Regenerative Medicine specialist, one injury that many of my patients come in to non-surgically correct is a posterior tibial tendon tear. Using a stem cell injection or a PRP injection, as an alternative to foot surgery, we have found that a torn tendon can greatly be improved.
Many of my patients come into my office having been told by other qualified doctors that they need a knee replacement surgery. They come to me for a second opinion to see if there are any other reliable alternatives to surgery. The answer for many is empathically Yes!!
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