• What is Platelet Rich Plasma?

    What is Platelet Rich Plasma?

    My team dedicates an inordinate amount of time answering questions and attempting to clarify the misunderstanding of patients when it comes to Platelet Rich Plasma; actually, the entire subspecialty of “Stem Cell Therapy” but let’s start with PRP. As an orthopedic surgeon who introduced Cellular...

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  • The Ultimate Performance Success Following a Cellular Orthopedic Procedure

    Every year at this time, we each recall and celebrate several significant events of historic, cultural and spiritual importance. No matter what your roots or upbringing or present belief, these past eight days usually involve a gathering of friends and family to jointly read and remember that which happened...

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  • The foot bone’s connected to the ankle bone

    If you remember those children’s song lyrics, you will march right up the skeleton. The orthopedic message is that what’s happening in your foot and ankle will affect the well-being of your knee and hip. I was reminded of the continuum on Tuesday when a patient I had treated in November of 2017 returned...

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  • Use and Misuse in Regenerative Medicine

    I write this Blog as an Orthopedic Surgeon following the 2018 annual meeting of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, just concluded in New Orleans. The topic matter is of sufficient concern that Use and Abuse of Biologics became an agenda focus receiving several hours of attention. Clinical use...

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  • What does Dr. Mitchell Sheinkop have in common with Kobe Bryant?

    What does Dr. Mitchell Sheinkop have in common with Kobe Bryant?

    For one, to the best of my knowledge, he doesn’t ski but I did earn a letter as a member of the Roosevelt High, basketball team. No, the common ground is the fact that we both have undergone a similar intervention for osteoarthritis of the knee. Six years or so before Bryant’s retirement, he traveled...

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  • The Subchondroplasty Procedure for Bone Marrow Lesions; what is it and when is it indicated?

    Assume that you schedule an office assessment for knee pain, altered function and a slight limp. I complete the examination and review the radiograph only to find it “normal”. The examination excludes referral from the low back and hip so the next step is an MRI. 48 hours later I am able to diagnose...

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  • “FDA Cracks Down On Stem-Cell Clinics Selling Unapproved Treatments”

    “FDA Cracks Down On Stem-Cell Clinics Selling Unapproved Treatments”

    The Food and Drug Administration is cracking down on “unscrupulous” clinics selling unproven and potentially dangerous treatments involving stem cells. Hundreds of clinics around the country have started selling stem cell therapies that supposedly use stem cells but have not been approved...

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  • Cellular Orthopedics; should the future model be as a business or a scientific pursuit?

    Cellular Orthopedics; should the future model be as a business or a scientific pursuit?

    On August 3rd, I wrote a Blog titled” Advancing the Discipline of Cellular Orthopedics”. As readers of my weekly Blog as swell as present and former patients are aware, I have long focused my clinical practice first in joint replacement and now in Cellular Orthopedics, on the integration of patient...

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  • Advancing the Discipline of Cellular Orthopedics

    Advancing the Discipline of Cellular Orthopedics

    Most readers know that I “graduated” from joint replacement surgery into an emerging field of Regenerative Medicine about five years ago. Prior to that time, I had dedicated 37 years to Reconstructive Orthopedic Surgery and played an active role in a joint replacement practice combining research...

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  • A Cellular Orthopedic Regenerative Testimonial

    A Cellular Orthopedic Regenerative Testimonial

    “Haven’t spoken with you in a few months so I thought you might be interested to hear about my knees since the January injections. Things are definitely better. The most important of which is my really bad left knee doesn’t lock up when I roll over in bed. It hurt so bad that it used

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