Sep 11

Treatment of Knee Meniscus Pathology: Rehabilitation, Surgery, and Orthobiologics

Partial meniscectomy is performed more than any other orthopedic procedure in the United States. New research published by TOBI Alumni Faculty Dr. Gerard A. Malanga, MD, studies the use of orthobiologics such as platelet rich plasma and mesenchymal stem cells in augmenting surgical repairs or as stand-alone treatments, though research for use in meniscal tear management is limited. See the study here: Treatment of Knee Meniscus Pathology: Rehabilitation, Surgery, and Orthobiologics

May 23

TOBI Faculty Publications: April 2017

Below is a resource of all April 2017 regenerative medicine publications authored by TOBI Speakers and Faculty, including alumni faculty. Each month, we compile a list with links and brief summaries of all new research and studies to keep TOBI community members informed and on the cutting edge of regenerative medicine research. Studies are listed alphabetically by TOBI Faculty names. If you are a TOBI Faculty member or alumni and would like your publications included in the TOBI monthly publications...

Mar 13

What’s New in Interventional Spine Biologics? Studies from TOBI Faculty

This year TOBI has added a workshop and cadaver lab track: Interventional Spine/Pain Management Biologics. Catch up with our Faculty publications in spine before joining us in June at TOBI 2017: 22 Feb 2018; Oxford University Press: Pain Medicine Increased Nuclear T2 Signal Intensity and Improved Function and Pain in a Patient One Year After an Intradiscal Platelet–Rich Plasma Injection Dr. Gregory Lutz of the Hospital for Special Surgery continues his remarkable research on intradiscal platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections in this new publication...