The Dallas PRP and Stem Cell Center has now enrolled 16 patients in a study to determine if an office based bone marrow derived stem cell injection can help a partial thickness rotator cuff tendon heal.
The study is expected to enroll a total of 25 patients who will be followed for 1 year after the stem cell treatment.
There is no cost for patients who are enrolled in the study.
Interested patients should contact the office at 214-385-4861 for an evaluation appointment.
The Dallas PRP and Stem Cell Institute has now had just over 50 people attend and another 75 already signed up to come to our Thursday evening Orthobiologic seminar series.
We discuss the many orthopedic conditions for which platelet rich plasma and stem cell injections are being used and studied.
We also expose the many marketing myths and scams still present regarding orthopedic stem cell use, especially with amniotic fluid and umbilical cord blood injections (hint: these are not living stem cell injections!)
The seminars are free are run from 5:45p to 7:00p most Thursdays.
The announced dates in May, 2017 are May 4, 11, and 25.
The announced dates in June, 2017 are June 1, 8, 22, 29.
All seminars are at our office at 1015 N. Carroll, #2000, Dallas, TX 75204
Signup is required and can be done at the link below:
SEMINAR SIGN UP LINK