What is orthobiologics, how can orthobiologics and stem cells work together and what about orthobiologics and platelet rich plasma? Here we explain what orthobiologic therapy is and how it can help you.
The elbow is made up of bones, ligaments, muscles and tendons. When tendons become inflamed, torn or irritated, the condition is referred to as tendonitis.
Consistent running, walking or cycling makes it difficult for hip tendonitis to heal and you should seek your various treatment options to relieve your pain.
Elbow arthritis occurs when the cartilage in your joint starts to break down. This injury often happens in athletes who use a repetitive motion, like baseball pitchers.
Osteoarthritis causes your bones to rub together since there’s no cartilage to cushion them anymore. When this happens, it causes pain, stiffness and swelling
How do you know when you need a hip replacement? If you said yes to one or more of these signs, you may need to speak to a total joint replacement specialist.
If you are experiencing one or more of these symptoms of needing knee replacement surgery, you may want to make an appointment with a total joint specialist.
Hip and knee arthritis symptoms can vary from mild to severe and result in chronic pain and cause permanent joint damage. Find out how to manage your pain.
Surgery is needed for some cases of knee and hip osteoarthritis. But some can be treated with non-operative alternatives like medication, exercise and diet.
Patellar tendonitis is an overuse injury to the tendon connecting your kneecap. In most cases, rest will relieve symptoms.
Dr. Jack Farr, OrthoIndy cartilage restoration specialist, is using a new product called Lipogems®, an alternative to surgical intervention to heal knee pain.
In the recent past, the popular press excitedly reports the promising future of orthobiologic therapies for all tissues of the body, including the knee.
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