5 Big Stem Cell Therapy Myths

Stem cell therapy is an amazing feat of modern medicine. It also has no shortage of controversy surrounding it. The truth is that many of the concerns and objections about stem cell therapy are due to common myths and misconceptions about the treatment. We hope to set the record straight so our patients in Clifton, New Jersey know exactly what...

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What is the P-Shot?

Erectile dysfunction can be a sensitive subject for many. By definition, erectile Dysfunction (ED) is the inability to achieve or maintain an erection sufficient for satisfactory sexual intercourse. ED, or “impotence”, is a common problem for men of all ages. It is estimated that 70% of all ED cases may be attributable to diminished blood flow. ED often happens as...

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4 Easy Exercises for Knee Pain Relief

It may sound counterproductive, but exercise actually works to help relieve knee pain. How so? Exercise strengthens muscles that support the joints, which in turn produces muscles strong enough to assist the joint in absorbing shock. Exercise also maintains a full range of motion for the joints. Now, with that being said it may be difficult to do the more...

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Does My Age Affect My Stem Cell Therapy?

If you’re interested in regenerative medicine, then you’ve probably heard about stem cell therapy treatments. It’s a procedure that uses stems cells from the patient's body to heal an injury. Doctor’s often produce an FAQ list to educate patients about stem cell therapy, and there’s one question that everyone seems to ask: “Does my age affect my stem cell treatment?”...

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Can Stem Cell Therapy Help Rheumatoid Arthritis?

Approximately 1.3 million Americans suffer from rheumatoid arthritis. The autoimmune disorder occurs when the immune system begins attacking body tissues. Unlike osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis affects the synovial tissues that surround and line the joints causing inflammation, swelling, and pain, which leads to bone deterioration and joint deformity. In approximately 40 percent of RA patients, the condition might also affect the...

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Stem Cell Therapy for Facet Joints

Back and neck pain can begin in many different ways. A common cause of these aches and pains that we see in our office is facet joint syndrome. Facet joint syndrome is a condition that affects the facet joints within the spinal column. They may become injured, inflamed, or swollen. This often causes difficulties bending, twisting or turning the neck...

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Manage Knee Pain with These Simple Tips

Life does not stop because you have a little knee pain, which is something we know a thing or two about. The issue can definitely make it harder to do the activities you need and want to do, but sometimes it’s not always easy to get the relief when you need it. The following list provides you with a few...

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How to Cope with Osteoarthritis Pain

For the older population, osteoarthritis (OA) is a common and unpleasant ailment. Osteoarthritis occurs when joint cartilage breaks down and wears away. Joint cartilage is the rubber-like material that covers bones and acts as a shock absorber. When the joints break down in this manner, pain sets in. OA can affect any joint (knuckles, elbows, shoulders, hips, knees, etc.) but...

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Does Posture Affect Neck and Back Pain?

It’s unfortunate to think that the importance of proper posture is often undermined or downplayed. Years of good posture has the potential to save you from years of back ache and pain. From a very young age, we learn postural habits that can stick with us for a lifetime, so it’s better to develop good habits early on so that...

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How Can Stem Cell Therapy Help Degenerative Disc Disease?

Degenerative disc disease is a condition that results when the cushioning discs between the vertebrae in the spine begin to thin out. This often causes back pain that’s sometimes accompanied by numbness or weakness that radiates from the back and down the buttocks and thighs and into the legs. This happens if the thinning disc is found in the lower,...

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