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  • Tips for Taking Better Care of Your Joints

    Tips for Taking Better Care of Your Joints

    No one can predict when you might be bothered by arthritis or some other joint inflammation, but there are certainly some things you can do. With a few simple tips, you can take better care of your joints so you can maintain an active lifestyle.

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  • Here’s How Orthobiologics can Help you Overcome an Injury Faster

    Here’s How Orthobiologics can Help you Overcome an Injury Faster

    Orthobiologics are used to minimize pain and dysfunction from orthopedic conditions and to stimulate a healing response. Since orthobiologics are made from your own body, there is no chance of rejection. Most procedures are done in the office in less than an hour!

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  • What is Bone Marrow Concentrate?

    What is Bone Marrow Concentrate?

    Bone marrow concentrate (BMC) is a type of regenerative medicine injection that can decrease pain and improve healing in the areas where it is used.

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  • What You Need to Know Before Getting Knee Replacement Surgery

    What You Need to Know Before Getting Knee Replacement Surgery

    You may have been told that knee replacement surgery is the only option available to you for the management of severe arthritis, or to handle the joint pain you are subjected to every day. Before settling for knee replacement, however, you should explore other options that may give you what you need with less risk, downtime, and cost.

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  • Maximizing Surgical Outcomes Through Orthobiologics

    Maximizing Surgical Outcomes Through Orthobiologics

    In the United States, orthobiologics have been used for many years to treat a variety of musculoskeletal conditions. Now, orthobiologics are also being evaluated for post-surgical use to maximize outcomes, aid in recovery, and reduce pain.

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  • Knee Pain? Shoulder Pain? Watch this video testimonial…she is only 2 months after her stem cell injection

    Results vary but this patient’s result is very common….other injections, medications and treatments did not work well or for very long. She was told she needed surgery for her knee arthritis……and with this office injection from her own bone marrow she is 85% – 90% better without surgery!

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  • Regenerative Medicine, the Shoulder, and the Rotator Cuff

    Regenerative Medicine, the Shoulder, and the Rotator Cuff

    Shoulder pain from any cause can be a debilitating experience. For many people, the pain in their shoulder may come from an injury to the rotator cuff tendons. The pain and disability can be so significant that they are unable to sleep or work for any length of time. The good news is there are nonsurgical options like regenerative medicine that have been shown in clinical research to significantly reduce pain and increase function without surgery. 

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  • Solving Your Low Back Pain – Two State-of-the-Art Treatments That Can Help

    Solving Your Low Back Pain – Two State-of-the-Art Treatments That Can Help

    At Texas Orthobiologics, we use two state-of-the-art treatments to deliver relief to individuals bothered by persistent low back pain: regenerative medicine injections and laser therapy. One reason we chose these two treatments is that there is already solid clinical evidence that they are safer and as effective or even more effective than alternative surgical procedures.

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  • Don’t Believe Some Of The Stem Cell Cartilage Regrowth Claims!

    Today I saw a middle aged patient with middle aged knee arthritis and he was looking for another option for arthritis pain relief. He had been to two seminars discussing umbilical cord blood, Wharton’s Jelly, Exosomes, and other regenerative medicine injections. His question for me: “How much cartilage will YOUR procedure grow back” Seems that he had been told that he would grow 1 inch of cartilage back at one seminar and about 0.5 inches at the other seminar. I found this funny and interesting and probably a bald faced lie…. because the upper range of normal human cartilage thickness in the knee is 3-4mm…….FAR less than the 25mm promised in one seminar and still far less that the 12mm promised in the other seminar.

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  • Things to Consider Before Having a PRP Injection.

    Things to Consider Before Having a PRP Injection.

    PRP injections can help with anything from sports injuries to knee arthritis to back pain, but PRP is not a one-size-fits-all solution. Before you schedule your injection, there are some important considerations.

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