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  • Further proof that Umbilical cord blood/amniotic fluid/Wharton’s Jelly are NOT” stem cell” injections

    Here is an amazingly thorough review of the advertising, marketing, and doctor fraud associated with selling umbilical cord blood, amniotic fluid, and Wharton’s Jelly as “stem cell injections”, whether used for Autism or any other diagnosis. There are NO significant functional stem cells in these products.

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  • Stem Cells for Knee Arthritis….avoid knee replacement

    Our patient in this video is 2 years after a single stem cell injection for knee arthritis. We only use bone marrow derived stem cells because any supposed “stem cell” injections from umbilical cord blood, or amniotic fluid or Wharton’s Jelly or placental tissues have been shown to not actually have living stem cells.

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  • Meet the Team: Sara!

    Meet the Team: Sara!

    Sara!

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  • Have a look at our last 38 patient testimonials!

    Dallas PRP and Stem Cell Institute specializes in Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) and stem cell (from your own bone marrow) procedures for orthopedic conditions like arthritis, back pain, sports injuries. Most procedures are done in the office in less than an hour. We help patients interested in avoiding surgery. We also help patients avoid getting scammed by unscrupulous clinics delivering products that are not really stem cell injections or that are not properly registered with the FDA.

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  • Are there Stem Cells in Umbilical Cord Blood/Amniotic Fluid/Wharton’s Jelly? NO!

    Here is a link to a recent expert consensus statement on these birth tissue products that are being sold to doctors as patients as “stem cell” products. They are not. It is a scam. Over 20 medical doctors, PhDs, and researchers from major USA universities and practices have all signed on to a consensus statement that these products do NOT contain living stem cells.

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  • Bucket Handle Medial Meniscus tear? Don’t remove the meniscus…repair it and add stem cells!

    I have been repairing virtually all meniscus injuries and adding an orthobiologic injection to maximize healing. This combination of surgery + stem cells has been shown to result in better healing rates of the meniscus and allows me to “save” more meniscus tears for patients than I could before. The video is a 60 sec clip showing how we can repair a bad meniscal injury a young patient and get it to heal about 90% of the time by adding a stem cell injection.

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  • Who Do You Want Doing Your Orthopedic Procedure?

    check us out on instagram too @dallastemcell

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  • Check out our latest Instagram Posts!

    Check out our latest Instagram Posts!

    Interested in orthobiologics? Have your seen my instagram @dallasstemcell? I bring an orthopedic surgeon’s approach to using orthobiologics like PRP (platelet rich plasma) and bone marrow concentrate (stem cells) . On Instagram, I have videos explaining basic concepts in orthobiologics and detailing how I craft a treatment plan for each patient based on the best evidence for surgery and orthobiologics.

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  • You have to always be a student as a doctor!

    I just finished lecturing at a great inaugural meeting focused on sports medicine and nutrition and wellness. The ASPIRE meeting was chaired by Vonda Wright, MD and Mark Sakr, DO. Treating the whole patient is critical for success! Orthobiologics like PRP and stem cells are just two tools in the hands of an orthopedic physician to help patients maintain their health. I spoke about how and why an orthopedic surgeon would use orthobiologics like PRP and bone marrow concentrate (stem cells). The audience questions and panel discussions at these meetings are always so enlightening and allow me to learn as much as I teach!

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  • Do Not Have Stem Cell Injections At A Chiropractor Clinic!

    Stem Cell Clinics telling patients that they are delivering placental stem cells or umbilical cord stem cells are scams whether they are run by chiropractors or any other clinician. All should be sued for fraud. All should be investigated by their state medical or chiropractor boards for fraudulent advertising.

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