Stem Cell Research Blog

What Causes Knee Pain 1 Year After Meniscus Surgery?

Knee pain 1 year after meniscus surgery is much more common than most people realize. Why? Let’s dig in. What is Meniscus Tear Surgery? More than 95% of meniscus tear surgeries are partial meniscectomies (1). This means that the doctor removes the torn part of the meniscus. The meniscus is NOT repaired. When I tell…
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Looking for Knee Replacement Alternatives? You Should Be!

Knee replacement is a huge surgery as it involves amputating the knee joint and inserting a prosthesis. Hence, knee replacement alternatives have become popular. First, let’s dive into knee replacement and review the good, the bad, and the ugly. Then we’ll review some knee replacement alternatives. What is Knee Replacement? Knee replacement is also called…
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When Naturopaths Try to Silence Public Discourse : The Harry Adelson Chronicles

I have been a big critic of naturopaths offering investigational stem cell procedures. In my opinion, one of the naturopaths who has pushed his practice act to its limits and beyond is Harry Adelson. I was recently sued by Harry for questioning whether his practice act authorized what he’s doing. Now that the suit is…
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The “Bad Batch” Podcast: This is a Must Listen

The Liveyon debacle is a sad but fascinating morality play that demonstrates the craziness of the stem cell wild west. Right now, there is a riveting podcast called “Bad Batch” that explains what happened. Let’s dig in. The Liveyon Debacle Liveyon is a company that claims to sell umbilical cord products with live and functional…
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My PRP Injection RCT Infographic: Google Screwed Up

As you might recall, Google made the decision this year to restrict medical clinic advertising for PRP (platelet rich plasma). However, was that a move based on the scientific literature or just bad advice? After spending days distilling all of the PRP RCTs down to a single diagram, it’s clear that Google got bad advice.…
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Exosomes, Mary Kaye, and Pink Caddys…

If you thought the fake umbilical cord stem cell industry was bizarre, “you ain’t seen nothing yet”. Come with me as I take a tour down the rabbit hole of exosome marketing that may or may not come with a pink caddy. Let me explain… What Are Exosomes? Exosomes are tiny little packets of information…
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My New Shoulder Book!

I’ve written a number of books on how regenerative medicine, in the right highly trained hands, disrupts the world of orthopedic surgery. My newest book is now out, focused on how patients with shoulder pain can avoid invasive surgery. Let’s dig in… Renee Calliet While I was in medical school and residency, I was enamored…
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Chronic Tennis Elbow? What Causes It and How Is It Treated?

Chronic Tennis Elbow Chronic tennis elbow pain can be disabling. You go to open a door or shake a hand and you’re in extreme pain. So what do you do when medication, braces, or physical therapy doesn’t work? What is Tennis Elbow? Tennis elbow is also called lateral epicondylitis. This means that the forearm muscle…
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