Do you have low back pain but aren’t ready for surgery?
Low back pain is extremely common. Eighty percent of the population will experience back pain at some point in their life.
Chronic low back pain? You may qualify for a clinical research study
For most people, back pain resolves within a few weeks or months. However, for 7 percent of sufferers, back pain becomes a chronic condition that can affect every aspect of daily life.
Lipogems®: New non-surgical option for knee osteoarthritis
Dr. Jack Farr, OrthoIndy cartilage restoration specialist, is using a new product called Lipogems®, an alternative to surgical intervention to heal knee pain.
Surgeon recruiting patients for knee clinical trial, NeoCart®
OrthoIndy cartilage restoration specialist, Dr. Jack Farr participates in several ongoing U.S. articular and meniscal cartilage research trials to relieve pain.
What is cartilage restoration?
OrthoIndy cartilage restoration surgeon Dr. Jack Farr answers common questions about cartilage restoration types and their surgical and non-surgical treatment.
Orthobiologic Therapies and the Knee
In the recent past, the popular press excitedly reports the promising future of orthobiologic therapies for all tissues of the body, including the knee.
An alternative to knee surgery: ReNu Knee injection trial
A pilot clinical study for osteoarthritis symptoms is currently available at OrthoIndy. It’s charge-free if patients meet inclusion/exclusion criteria.
New Knee Study: Atlas Knee System
OrthoIndy cartilage restoration specialist, Dr. Jack Farr is now accepting patients for a new knee study as an alternative to knee replacement surgery.
KineSpring System: A new investigational device
The KineSpring System is intended to treat symptoms of pain and loss of function caused by medial compartment knee osteoarthritis to avoid a total knee replacement.
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