Joint Injection & Aspiration Survey Dear Friends, We need your help in determining if there is a market need for better joint injections and aspirations. These are common out-patient procedures used to inject therapeutics to treat arthritis and joint pain, and are usually required before a patient is eligible for a joint replacement. Therapeutics that Read more about Joint Injection & Aspiration Survey[…]
Regeneration technologies could make knee replacement a thing of the past.
The effectiveness of one of the most common orthopedic procedures is being challenged.
People generally believe that running will sowly wear away cartilage that cushions the bones and may cause arthritis, but there is little evidence to support the idea and a growing body of research that suggests the opposite.
Osteoarthritis is considered a wear and tear disease, but based on a study of human skeletons it is much more prevalent now.
Ever wonder how professional athletes bounce back from joint injuries so quickly?
Dr. Eric Topol, author of the XXX book “The Patient Will See You Now”, describes his journey to diagnose and treat his own bad knees.
Jane Brody, a personal health columnist for the New York Times, describes her journey to find relief from chronic knee pain while avoiding (unsuccessfully) a knee replacement.
Stem Cell Joint Injections: Anecdotally Patients Improve… but Western Medicine Still Struggling to Prove It Stem Cell Injections: Emerging Option for Joint Pain Relief https://health.clevelandclinic.org/2017/07/stem-cell-injections-emerging-option-for-joint-pain-relief/
Yesterday was a big day for Arthroventions as we celebrated our first sale by cutting my hair. I am so proud of our team and their hard work over the last year and a half. Launching a medical device company has been one of the hardest and most challenging endeavors we have all undertaken. Read more about Arthro CEO Takes a Haircut Or Why Your CEO Should Not Bet Your Sales Team[…]