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Oct 16

Validity of indirect Ultrasound Findings in Acute Anterior Cruciate Ligament Ruptures

Researchers at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia are concerned about the validity of physical examinations of ACL tears in acute care settings. This article investigates ultrasound findings in acute ACL ruptures, which have historically been poorly diagnosed in acute care settings, such as the emergency room. The significance of this evidence-based inquiry will off-set the high risk of further cartilage damage in misdiagnosed patients and expedite the return-to-play clearance in recovering athletes.  Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) has long been the...

Oct 11

TOBI 2018 Symposium Abstracts Published in Biologic Orthopedic Journal

On June 8-9, 2018, field leaders in orthopedics and regenerative medicine from around the world gathered to present new research, data, and best practices. These world-class physicians and surgeons lectured and debated on regenerative medicine topics such as PRP, bone marrow concentrate (BMC), lipoaspirate, spine, biologics in orthopedic surgery, sports medicine, and regulatory issues.The abstracts from those lectures are now published in Biologic Orthopedic Journal. Abstracts feature speakers including Allan Mishra, Freddie Fu, J. Peter Rubin, Jason Dragoo, James HC...

Jul 16

Comparing PRP and prolotherapy in the treatment of SI joint dysfunction

[section_tc][column_tc span='12'][text_tc trigger_pt='0' duration='1000' delay='0']Low back pain (LBP) is a significant source of morbidity that affects a significant portion of the population. While initially a mainstay in therapy, surgical interventions have come under intense scrutiny as research has questioned their efficacy in addressing LBP. Nonspecific LBP (NSLBP) is particularly difficult to treat because multiple etiologies can contribute to ongoing pain. Mechanical dysfunction of the sacroiliac joint (SIJ) has been targeted as a common source of low back pain amenable to...