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ACHILLES
TENDONITIS

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ACHILLES TENDONITIS

Achilles tendon is the connective tissue that joins the muscles at the back of the leg to the heels. Swelling and pain in the Achilles tendon is known as Achilles tendinitis.Stem Cells for Achilles Tendonitis

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ACHILLES
TEARS

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ACHILLES TEARS

The Achilles tendon, the largest tendon in the body, joins the calf muscles to the heel bone. This tendon enables one to walk, run and jump. Achilles tendon tears happen when the tendon stretches beyond its capacity.

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ALS
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ALS

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou-Gehrig’s disease, is a neurodegenerative condition characterized by progressive degeneration of the motor nerves. According to statistics, the worldwide incidence of the disease is 2.5 per 100,000 persons.

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ALZHEIMER’S
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ALZHEIMER’S

Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is also known as senile dementia of the Alzheimer type (DAT). This condition is caused by deterioration of brain tissue due to toxic proteins. Also, stroke-induced dementia…

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ANKLE AND
FOOT ARTHRITIS

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ANKLE AND FOOT ARTHRITIS

Ankle and foot arthritis involves inflammation in the associated joints. The symptoms include pain, swelling and stiffness in and near the joints. Arthritis can be acute or chronic in nature.

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ANKLE
SPRAINS

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ANKLE SPRAINS

Ankle sprain is a common injury caused by the stretch or tear of ligament. Ligaments, fibrous tissues that serve as connections between bones, are important structures for joint stability. Sprained ankles are reported in greater than 23,000 people each day in the US.

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ARTHRITIS
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ARTHRITIS

Arthritis is characterized by stiffness, swelling and pain in the joints. The joints in the body serve as connections between bones. Degeneration of the joints due to arthritis leads to reduced flexibility and mobility. Some cases of arthritis can cause damage to other organs as well, such as the eyes and skin.

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ARTHRITIS
EXTREMITIES AND SPINE

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ARTHRITIS EXTREMITIES AND SPINE

Arthritis is characterized by stiffness, swelling and pain in the joints. The joints in the body serve as connections between bones. Degeneration of the joints due to arthritis leads to reduced flexibility and mobility.

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AUTISM
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AUTISM

Achilles tendon is the connective tissue that joins the muscles at the back of the leg to the heels. Swelling and pain in the Achilles tendon is known as Achilles tendinitis.Stem Cells for Achilles Tendonitis

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AUTOIMMUNE
DISEASES

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AUTOIMMUNE DISEASES

Autoimmune diseases are leading causes of death among young and mid-aged women in America. For rheumatoid arthritis, the rate is 20 cases per 100,000 person-years. Grave disease effects 500 per 100,000 persons. …

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BACK
PAIN

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BACK PAIN

Back pain, a common problem experienced by most people, is characterized by muscle ache, shooting pain, limited flexibility of the back and difficulty in standing.

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CARDIOMYOPATHY
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CARDIOMYOPATHY

Heart failure (HF) affects millions of individuals worldwide, both genders, and all races. HF affects 5 million Americans, and is a condition where the heart progressively weakness, unable to produce enough blood to meet the body’s demands.

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CARPAL
TUNNEL SYNDROME

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CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME

Carpal tunnel syndrome is a condition that develops when the median nerve gets compressed at the wrist. Symptoms include weakness or numbness in the palm and wrist, and radiating pain in the arm.

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CARTILAGE
DEFECTS

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CARTILAGE DEFECTS

Cartilage is the cushioning tissue found in between bones. It provides lubrication to the joint and supports joint stability, flexibility and range of mobility.

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COPD
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COPD

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a medical condition that affects around 4% of the general population. Bronchitis, emphysema, cystic fibrosis, and asthma all can contribute to COPD.

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CRPS/RSD
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CRPS/RSD

Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS), or reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD), is a condition characterized by trophic skin changes, swelling, bone loss, contracture, vasomotor and sudomotor instability, as well as allodynic pain.

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DEGENERATIVE
DISC DISEASE

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DEGENERATIVE DISC DISEASE

A closer looks at the vertebral column will reveal that between adjacent vertebrae there exists a disc, acting as a cushion. The disc acts as a shock absorber, and the mechanical stresses of movements are transferred from the bones to the disc.

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DIABETES
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DIABETES

The burden of diabetes worldwide is increasing, and this disease contributes to low quality of life, human suffering, morbidity, and mortality. New drugs are being developed, such as glucagon-like peptide mimetics and glucose transporter inhibitors.

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ELBOW
TENDONITIS

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ELBOW TENDONITIS

Elbow tendinitis is caused by damage to the elbow tendons, and is classified as tennis elbow or golfer’s elbow, depending on the site of tenderness. Tendons are tissues that connect muscle to bone. People who perform repetitive gripping activities are susceptible to this condition.

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ERECTILE
DYSFUNCTION

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ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION

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FAILED BACK
SURGERY SYNDROME

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FAILED BACK SURGERY SYNDROME

Failed back surgery syndrome (FBSS), also known as failed back syndrome (FBS), refers to a condition of continued pain after back or spinal surgery. The success rate of spinal surgery can be quite high;

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FRACTURES
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HEADACHES

A fracture is a broken bone, and may be caused by accidents, injuries, overuse, bone disorders and osteoporosis. Symptoms of a fracture include misshapen limbs, swelling, bleeding, intense pain and difficulty moving the affected limb.

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HAND AND
WRIST ARTHRITIS

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HAND AND WRIST ARTHRITIS

Arthritis affects the joints of the body, and can be classified into several types based on the etiology of disease—osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, to name a few. Osteoarthritis (OA) is a progressive deterioration of articular cartilage cushioning the ends of bones due to wear and tear.

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HEADACHES
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Headaches

A headache is characterized by pain in the head, scalp or neck region. Common causes of headache include stress, depression and injury.

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HEART
FAILURE

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HIP ARTHRITIS

Arthritis, or degeneration/inflammation of the joints, can affect the hip joint. It is estimated by a 2010 survey that 22% of the US population have some form of arthritis. This condition is also reported to result in compromised work-life in a third of all working-age arthritis patients.

 

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INTERSTITIAL
CYSTITIS

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INTERSTITIAL CYSTITIS

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KIDNEY
FAILURE

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KIDNEY FAILURE

Chronic kidney disease (CKD) and kidney failure are common conditions, associated with 12% of cardiovascular and all-cause mortality. End stage renal disease (ESRD), or kidney failure, accounts for 6% of the Medicare spending in the United States.

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KNEE
ARTHRITIS

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KNEE ARTHRITIS

Knee arthritis is characterized by inflammation of the knee, leading to pain, swelling and stiffness. According to the National Health Interview Survey in 2012, more than 51 million people in the US are reported to have some form of arthritis.

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KNEE
LIGAMENT INJURIES

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KNEE LIGAMENT INJURIES

The knee, the largest joint in the body, plays a vital role in movement. The knee is composed of three bones—the thigh bone (femur), shinbone (tibia) and kneecap (patella).

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KNEE
TENDONITIS

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KNEE TENDONITIS

The knee is an important joint of the body. Repeated injury or the overuse of the knee, such as during certain types of sports, may lead to stress on the tendons of the knee. Repeated stress causes tears in the tendon, and gradually weakens the structure, resulting in inflammation and pain.

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LICHEN
SCLEROSUS

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LICHEN SCLEROSUS

Achilles tendon is the connective tissue that joins the muscles at the back of the leg to the heels. Swelling and pain in the Achilles tendon is known as Achilles tendinitis.Stem Cells for Achilles Tendonitis

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LYME
DISEASE

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LYME DISEASE

Lyme disease is an infectious disease transmitted through tick bites. The deer tick is the most common one to harbor the Borrelia burgdorferi organism that is associated with Lyme disease.

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MIGRAINES
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MIGRAINES

A migraine headache is characterized by severe throbbing or pulsating pain in the head. Migraine headache is also associated with nausea, visual disturbances and sensitivity to light and sound.

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MULTIPLE
SCLEROSIS

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MIGRAINES

A migraine headache is characterized by severe throbbing or pulsating pain in the head. Migraine headache is also associated with nausea, visual disturbances and sensitivity to light and sound.

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NECK
PAIN

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NECK PAIN

Neck pain is a common condition, and may be the result of a variety of different causes. Neck pain may arise from injuries to the structures of the neck, such as muscles, nerves, bones and intervertebral discs.

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NEUROPATHY PERIPHERAL AND DIABETIC

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NEUROPATHY – PERIPHERAL AND DIABETIC

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PARKINSON’S
DISEASE

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PARKINSON’S DISEASE

Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a prevalent neurodegenerative disorder that affects 1% of the general population over the age of 60 years. It is a progressive condition characterized by loss of dopaminergic neurons in the region of the ventral midbrain, and nerves of the central and peripheral nervous systems.

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PELVIC
PAIN

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PELVIC PAIN

Pelvic pain is experienced at the bottom of the abdomen and pelvis. Typical symptoms of pelvic pain include dull or sharp pain that may radiate out towards the lower back, buttocks or thighs.

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PHANTOM
LIMB PAIN

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PHANTOM LIMB PAIN

Phantom limb pain refers to the pain sensation experienced following amputation of a limb, wherein the body feels as if the missing limb is still existing.

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PLANTAR
FASCIITIS

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PLANTAR FASCIITIS

Plantar fasciitis is caused by the inflammation of the plantar fascia, a supporting tissue that connects the heel bone to the toe and runs across the bottom of the feet.

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POSTHERPETIC
NEURALGIA

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POSTHERPETIC NEURALGIA

Failed back surgery syndrome (FBSS), also known as failed back syndrome (FBS) or PostLaminectomy Syndrome, refers to a condition of continued pain after back or spinal surgery.

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PHAPOSTLAMINECTOMY
SYNDROME

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POSTLAMINECTOMY SYNDROME

Failed back surgery syndrome (FBSS), also known as failed back syndrome (FBS) or PostLaminectomy Syndrome, refers to a condition of continued pain after back or spinal surgery.

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PUDENDAL
NEURALGIA

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PUDENDAL NEURALGIA

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RHEUMATOID
ARTHRITIS

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RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS

The immune system is responsible for protecting the body against harmful foreign agents. However, autoimmune disorders can cause the body’s immunity to attack its own healthy cells.

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ROTATOR CUFF
TENDONITIS

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ROTATOR CUFF TENDONITIS

Rotator cuff tendinitis, also known as impingement syndrome, is an inflammation of the tendons and muscles of the shoulder joint.

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ROTATOR
CUFF TEARS

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ROTATOR CUFF TEARS

The shoulder joint is a ball-and-socket joint, consisting of three bones: the upper arm bone (humerus), the shoulder blade (scapula), and the collarbone (clavicle).

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SACROILIAC
JOINT PAIN

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SACROILIAC JOINT PAIN

The sacroiliac joint represents the area where the sacrum and the iliac bones meet. The sacrum is the base of the spine, and consists of 5 vertebrae fused together.

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SCIATICA
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Sciatica

The sciatic nerve passes out from the lower back into the hips, buttocks and then through each leg. Sciatica is when pain is experienced along the pathway of the sciatic nerve, and typically affects one side of the body.

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SHOULDER AND
ELBOW ARTHRITIS

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SHOULDER AND ELBOW ARTHRITIS

Elbow arthritis occurs due to worn out cartilage, resulting from injury or regular wear and tear. The elbow joint consists of matched joint surfaces with strong supporting ligaments.

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SPINAL ARTHRITIS
(FACET SYNDROME)

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SPINAL ARTHRITIS (FACET SYNDROME)

Facet syndrome, also known as spinal arthritis, is characterized by inflamed facet joints. These joints provide links between adjoining vertebrae, and are important for smooth movement, posture and balance.

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SPINAL
STENOSIS

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SPINAL STENOSIS

Spinal stenosis is caused by the narrowing of spinal space, leading to pressure on the spinal cord and nerve roots.

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STROKE
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STROKE

Ischemic stroke, also called a cerebrovascular accident, is caused by interrupted or decreased blood supply to a portion of the brain.

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TENDONITIS
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TENDONITIS

Tendons are thick fibrous connective tissues that attach muscles to bones, and thereby help support movement.

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TENDONITIS AND TEARS

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TENDONITIS AND TEARS

Spinal stenosis is caused by the narrowing of spinal space, leading to pressure on the spinal cord and nerve roots.

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TENSION
HEADACHES

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TENSION HEADACHES

A common type of headache is the tension headache, which is characterized by mild to moderate diffuse pain.

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TRIGEMINAL
NEURALGIA

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TRIGEMINAL NEURALGIA

The 5th cranial nerve, known as the trigeminal nerve, covers wide areas in the brain. The trigeminal nerve conducts sensations from the face to the brain using three braches—the ophthalmic, maxillary and mandibular branches.

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