Regenerative Medicine in the News Vol. XV1. ED. 110

This edition includes the following studies and articles:

  • Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy Offers Pain Relief for Low Back Pain
  • Autologous Pure Platelet-Rich Plasma Dermal Injections for Facial Skin Rejuvenation: Clinical, Instrumental, and Flow Cytometry Assessment.
  • Mariners place Drew Smyly on the 60-day disabled list, reliever Evan Marshall claimed off waivers
  • The Placenta: Applications in Orthopaedic Sports Medicine.
  • A comparative assessment of adipose-derived stem cells from subcutaneous and visceral fat as a potential cell source for knee osteoarthritis treatment.

Regenerative Medicine in the News Vol. XV1. ED. 109

This edition includes the following studies and articles:

  • Reds’ Anthony DeSclafani: Undergoes platelet-rich plasma injection
  • Comparison of intra-articular injection of plasma rich in growth factors versus hyaluronic acid following arthroscopy in the treatment of temporomandibular dysfunction: A randomised prospective study.
  • Erectile dysfunction: Stem cell therapy restores sexual function in phase I trial
  • Human adipose tissue-derived mesenchymal stem cells in rheumatoid arthritis: Regulatory effects on peripheral blood mononuclear cells activation.
  • Adipose Stem Cell Function Maintained with Age: An Intra-Subject Study of Long-Term Cryopreserved Cells.

Regenerative Medicine in the News Vol. XV1. ED. 108

This edition includes the following studies and articles:

  • Platelet-rich plasma for androgenetic alopecia: Does it work? Evidence from meta analysis
  • PRP in OA knee – update, current confusions and future options
  • Making Metabolically Active Brown Fat from White Fat-Derived Stem Cells
  • Potential use of mesenchymal stem cells in human meniscal repair: current insights
  • Potential of stem cell therapy to repair lung damage

Regenerative Medicine in the News Vol. XV1. ED. 107

This edition includes the following studies and articles:

  • Rangers’ Chi Chi Gonzalez: Suffers UCL injury, undergoes PRP injection
  • Cesca reports positive data from small study of platelet rich plasma to treat chronic ulcers
  • Can mesenchymal stem cells pretreated with platelet rich plasma modulate tissue remodeling in a rat burn?
  • Mesenchymal Stem Cells: “Guardians of Inflammation”
  • Stem Cell Therapies for Degenerative Disc Disease

PRESS RELEASE: Delaware Integrative Medicine now providing STEM Cell Treatments

Dr. Henry Childers, owner of Delaware Integrative Medicine, announced the addition of autologous STEM cell treatments to his practice located in Georgetown, DE.

GEORGETOWN, DELAWARE, USA, March 22, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Many recent studies have shown significant benefit by harvesting a patient’s Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSCs) and utilizing them to address a number of issues related to muscular skeletal pain. Dr. Childers is very focused in addressing pain management. He believes that more patients will choose this therapy for chronic pain as awareness of the procedure and its numerous benefits increase.

Dr. Henry Childers stated, “We want people to enjoy life and not have pain stop them from enjoying every minute they can.” Utilizing a patient’s own ADSCs (Adipose Derived STEM Cells), provides a natural and convenient alternative for soft tissue repair than costly and more invasive surgical procedures. This type of treatment option has become increasingly popular particularly with professional athletes who turn to the procedure for sports injuries.

Read more of the official press release here.

PRESS RELEASE: Delaware Integrative Medicine now offering Platelet Rich Plasma Treatments

GEORGETOWN, DELAWARE, USA, February 25, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Over the past several years, many research studies have validated the benefits of PRP therapies as a treatment for a variety of different types of indications. One area of significant focus for Dr. Childers is in addressing pain management. He believes more patients will choose PRP therapy for chronic pain as awareness of the procedure and its numerous benefits increase.

Dr. Henry Childers stated, “We want people to feel good as they age and live healthier, more active lifestyles.” PRP therapy, provides a natural and convenient alternative for soft tissue repair than costly and more invasive surgical procedures. PRP injections have become increasingly popular over the last few years, particularly with professional athletes who turn to the procedure for sports injuries.

Read more of the official press release here.