SPRI Exploring Ways That Stem Cells Can Be Used to Delay the Effects of Aging

Two of the most common age-related diseases are osteoporosis and arthritis. Researchers at SPRI are exploring ways to use muscle-derived stem cell transplantation to delay the effects of...

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Science Finding Cures, Medicine Enhancing Life

Regenerative Medicine is the foundation for SPRI’s focus that will dramatically change lives. It revolves around a single, simple concept—movement. We...

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Platelet-Rich Plasma: SPRI Leads Research into Promising Method of Treatment

Unfortunately, most musculoskeletal tissues (ligaments, tendons, muscles, bones, and cartilage) that are diseased, injured, or genetically flawed are not capable of fully restoring themselves...

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Positive outcomes seen up to 5 years following CAM procedures in patients with glenohumeral OA

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Arthroscopic superior capsule reconstruction for irreparable rotator cuff tears

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Rotator cuff tear patterns dictate repair technique

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High outcome scores found after coracoclavicular ligament reconstruction in non-revised patients

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High outcome scores found after coracoclavicular ligament reconstruction in non-revised patients

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Biologic patch augmentation seen as safe, effective treatment for massive rotator cuff tears

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Promising results found for older recreational athletes following arthroscopic rotator cuff repair

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