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Researchers Bringing Nose Cells to Knees for Joint Repair
Swiss researchers have reported positive early returns from a treatment that involves growing knee cartilage from extracted nasal cartilage. Whether patients will be doing yoga anytime soon remains to be seen.
A phase 3 study presented at PAINWeek 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada, showed the benefits of using an electronic tracking system.
Whether it’s drugs or procedures, there are different strategies for managing chronic pain. However, when psychological symptoms come into play, treatment may need to take an alternative course.
Popularly sold to improve joint health, a recent Spanish study found the benefits of CS+GS supplements on par with (and in some cases outperformed by) placebos.
Pain management can be a daunting problem for physicians and patients alike. The development of new treatments can go a long way in helping patients maintain a high quality of life.
You may have seen reports on the “treatment” on TV or heard that some of Beverley Hills’ richest citizens are raving about it, but whole body cryotherapy (WBC) doesn’t yet have the data to back up the many health benefits claimed by its boosters.
Nearly 1,000 rheumatoid arthritis patients members who follow the creakyjoints.org site said they would be willing to be research subjects.
Gene expression may impact severity of arthritis pain and lead to developments in personalizing medical care for these patients.
In an aging population more people are being diagnosed with osteoporosis every day. A new medication is being developed to help more effectively treat this patient population.

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