Source: News Anyway
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is your body’s own natural healing and regenerative ingredient, which may help to accelerate the healing of your injured knee. As a safe and non-invasive treatment, you can choose over traditional surgery, PRP has successfully treated many conditions and injuries, including many sports-related injuries.
Source: Unicameral Update
Nebraskans would have to agree in writing to receive certain stem cell therapies under a bill heard Jan. 21 by the Health and Human Services Committee.
Dr. Matthew Varacallo pioneered the innovative Fertilized ACL technique along with Dr. Chad Lavender, an orthopedic surgeon at Marshall University in West Virginia. Currently, they are the only two surgeons in the US using the technique when performing ACL reconstruction surgery.
Source: Science Daily
The secret to producing large batches of stem cells more efficiently may lie in the near-zero gravity conditions of space. Scientists at Cedars-Sinai have found that microgravity has the potential to contribute to life-saving advances on Earth by facilitating the rapid mass production of stem cells.
Source: The Sun
PLASMA injections are becoming increasingly popular for those suffering from injury or other minor issues.
Source: Dermatology Advisor
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) using a digital centrifuge with large sodium citrate tubes on a centrifuge speed of 900 rpm has demonstrated efficacy and safety in female pattern hair loss (FPHL) therapy, according to study findings published in the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology.
Experts explain what PRF injections are, how they differ from PRP, and the benefits they can have for your skin.