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Using Biologics to Repair Partial Rotator Cuff Tears

A rotator cuff is a class of four tendons that function as the primary stabilizers for the shoulder joint. They attach to the humerus...

Cell-based Therapies for Hip and Lower Back Pain

Whether due to degenerative arthritis or injury, the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality reports that more than 450,000 total hip replacements are performed...

Diabetic Neuropathy Treatment What to Expect

Diabetics' numbers continue to rise every year. Recent statistics show that 11% of the total US population has diabetes. This means that every 17...

Identifying and Treating Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

If you have been experiencing a tingling or numbness in your hands after a long day of typing, you may be suffering from carpal...

Biologics for Sports Medicine-Not Just for the Pros Anymore

Biologics have been used in sports medicine for decades to heal injuries and repair knee dislocations, patellar tendon ruptures, andligament and rotator cuff tears....

What Are Master Protease Inhibitors

It has been nearly 18 years since the researchers and scientists of the international Human Genome Project first mapped our genetic blueprint. Their breakthrough...

How Cellular Treatments Can Repair Muscle Tissue

Although it’s common to think of muscle sprains and tears happening only to athletes, they can also occur on the job or in the...

Signs and Symptoms of a Sports Injury

Sports injuries are injuries that happen when playing sports. Anyone is liable to find themselves injured from sports, there is no age limit on...

Cellular Therapy for Spinal Injuries

 What are Spinal Injuries? Spinal injuries occur when the spinal cord or spinal nerves become damaged, which results in the impairment of strength, muscle...

Knee Ligament Injuries & How They’re Treated

 Knee ligaments are tight; elastic bands of connective tissue encircle a knee joint to support and limit mobility. Your knee ligaments are robust enough...

How is A2M Therapy Used?

The airwaves and internet are full of ads for collagen supplements, some promising “younger-looking skin” and others promising relief from osteoarthritis pain. But as...

Things to Know About Neuropathic Pain

What is Neuropathic Pain?  When damage or dysfunction is caused to the nervous system, the nerves are unable to function properly which can cause...

Treating Chronic Conditions with Cellular Therapy

Orthopedic pain can come in all shapes and sizes. Acute pain is often caused by an abrupt tear to a soft tissue such as...

Platelet-Rich Plasma: How it Works

You may have heard of platelet-rich plasma before, but what is it, and how does it help reduce pain from arthritis? These injections, composed...

How Cellular Therapy Can Heal Injured Knees

As the largest joints in the body, the knees often suffer the most from the wear-and-tear that comes with a lifetime of use (or...

Holiday Meal Planning – Anti-Inflammatory Holiday Options

At Nashville Regenerative Orthopedics we don’t specifically deal with diet plans per se. However, you will hear us tout the importance of an anti-inflammatory...

Best Defense Against COVID19: The Functional Medicine Approach

The pandemic of the novel COVID19 has changed a lot of our way of life. And more recently, fears have arisen over the increase...

How We Work to Resolve Autoimmune Disorders

Autoimmune Disorders Are on the Rise Autoimmune disease is a disorder in which your body’s immune system fails to properly function – often resulting...

Functional Medicine in Nashville, TN

What is Functional Medicine? Functional Medicine is the holistic approach to medicine that focuses on locating and handling the root or underlying cause of...

How to Lose Weight? Cardio vs. Weights

Is cardio or weight lifting better for losing (or maintaining) weight? It’s a very common question when it comes to weight or fat loss....

Exercises to Help with Kneecap Pain

You may think that if you have knee pain you would need to do knee exercises. Some physical therapists even have their clients do...

Can Certain Foods Reduce Your Pain?

In my daily work with patients, I’m helping them improve mobility and reduce pain. The fuel you’re putting in your body can most definitely...

Can My Partial Rotator Cuff Tear Get Bigger?

Many people ask me, “Can my small rotator cuff tear get bigger over time?” Some patients put off getting their rotator cuff tear treatment...

Rotator Cuff Surgery: How to Avoid It

Do you have shoulder pain to the point that you’re considering surgery? Now more than ever people are deciding to skip the surgery and...

Regenerative Orthopedics for Knee Arthritis: Does it Work?

Knee arthritis (also called osteoarthritis) is a very common orthopedic condition. People experiencing knee arthritis know the pain it causes and how much this...

Boosting the Immune System in a Post-COVID-19 World

When it comes to health care, prevention is the best medicine. And when we consider general health maintenance, boosting the immune system is high...

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