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Injury and age not slowing Peyton Manning down

Playing for a new team at the age of 36, would be difficult enough for most quarterbacks. Riding a 10 game win streak as well, is why Manning is considered an all time great. Doing this after a year layoff from a potentially career ending neck injury requiring surgery, followed by traveling to Germany...

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Rafael Nadal’s knee

Rafael Nadal has suffered from chronic knee tendonitis and injuries over several seasons. Generally, he is able to treat it conservatively with rest and treatment including platelet-rich plasma(PRP) and he has generally rebound it. However, his knees this year have not responded as well, having sidelined...

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Hurdler David Payne Turns to Stem Cell Therapy for Olympics

ng won a silver medal in a 110-m hurdles at the Beijing Olympics in 2008, David Payne looked forward to achieving Olympic gold in London. While training for the Olympic trials in 2011, Payne suffered a shin injury that did not resolve with conservative therapy. As he was facing a deadline to be at...

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Sibling Superbowl Awaits

Bowl showdown between the brothers Peyton and Eli in the city where they were raised, New Orleans. Dr. Lox points out that numerous athletes are turning to regenerative medicine to heal chronic injuries. In Manning’s case, cervical fusions do not generally do well in the NFL. Numerous players have...

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Lance Armstrong Fall From Grace

class=”Section1″> In the continuing evolution of the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency’s report on cyclist, Lance Armstrong’s case, singer Sheryl Crow who dated Armstrong from 2003 through 2006 during two of his seven Tour de France wins, has given an affidavit to the Wall Street Journal...

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Carlos Beltran reinjures his knee

ng the recent end of the Major League Baseball season, during the National Championship Series, Carlos Beltran reinjured his knee. Carlos’ manager, Mike Matheny, states “as he ran down his first at-bat something caught him in his knee.” “He came back down into the tunnel and...

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College Gets $1 Million to Study Stem Cell Treatment for Pain

The Medical College of Wisconsin received a $1 million grant to study the use of genetically-modified stem cells to treat chronic pain.The grant comes from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke. The study involves modifying the stem cells of rats derived from their own bone marrow...

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Stem cell treatment for arthritis in human trial

lass=”MsoNormal” style=”margin: 0px 0px 20px 0px;”>An adipose-derived stem cell treatment for arthritis is being tested in a clinical trial in Australia. The initial results from the trial of HiQCell indicate the treatment has the potential to postpone the need for joint repair...

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