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  • Laser Cancer Treatment Breakthrough Eliminates Resistance of Cancer Cells to Chemo Drugs

    There are a steadily increasing list of applications of the use of low level laser light in medicine. Now a group of researchers have devised a brilliant cancer fighting technique using nanoparticles and treatment with near infra-red laser light to provide a 5 day window during which cancer cells’ defense mechanism against chemotherapy is paralyzed.

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  • Laser Conference

    I presented a paper on our use of intra-articular laser treatment to augment PRP injection for arthritic joints at a major medical conference in San Francisco on Jan. 27th. The laser improved results in patients who had no response to an initial injection of PRP. While most patients we treat with PRP do respond, some do not and face joint replacement surgery as their only other option. There is evidence that low level laser (laser that does not produce perceptible heat and has no known side effects) can improve the results of PRP and stem cell treatments.

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  • TWELVE FOLD INCREASE IN CANCER FOUND IN WOMEN WHO ARE OBESE. MEN ALSO AT GREAT RISK

    A new study has shown an astonishing twelve fold - 1200% - increase in cancer in women who are obese! They were five times – 500% - likelier to have a cardiovascular disease. Men were also at increased risk, although less than women.

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  • CELEBREX, IBUPROFEN INCREASE ROTATOR CUFF REPAIR FAILURES

    I avoid nonsteroidal inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) because they impair healing. Now a new study from a prestigious journal shows that two of the most common, ibuprofen (advil, motrin) and Celexobid (Celebrex)greatly increased the failure rate after surgical rotator cuff repair. Ibuprofen increased it 75% and Celebrex increased it nine-fold!, i.e. more than 900%!!

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  • I JUST RETURNED FROM THE NETHERLANDS TO LEARN MORE ABOUT AN AMAZING ALTERNATIVE TO TOTAL KNEE REPLACEMENT CALLED “KNEE JOINT DISTRACTION ARTHROPLASTY”

    Over the Thanksgiving weekend, I traveled for 6 days to one of the finest medical centers in the Netherlands: about half an hour outside of Amsterdam. My practice is devoted to joint preservation rather than replacement. Orthopaedic Surgeons in the Netherlands have recently published the results of a minimally invasive procedure that avoids joints replacement in most cases and also results in regrowth of cartilage. They have more than 10 years of follow up and experience. The procedure involves putting pins into the thigh and leg bones and distracting the joint to allow space for new cartilage to grow. Pins are removed at 6 weeks and walking is permitted all the while.

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  • American Academy Regenerative Medicine
  • American Academy and Board of Regenerative Medicine
  • American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine
  • isakos
  • Rush University Medical Center
  • American Association of Nurse Anesthetists
  • American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
  • European Society of Sports Traumatology, Knee Surgery Academy
  • International Cartilage Repair Society