DOCTORS: Dr. Thomas Brandon | Dr. Jason Scopp | Dr. Pasquale Petrera
Patients coping with arthritis, cartilage defects, sorts injuries, tendon strains, sprained ligaments, muscle injuries and more, can take comfort in knowing that surgery is no longer the only option when it comes to restoring mobility. Now faster recovery, improved functionality, reduced or eliminated pain and improved mobility are all benefits delivered through the innovative and evolving field of biologics – a field of medicine that uniquely compliments today’s continuing technical, anatomic and biomechanical advances in orthopaedics.
We offer patients many of today’s cutting-edge, non-surgical treatments and therapies for treating orthopaedic injuries and diseases. For each patient, we begin with a thorough and comprehensive evaluation followed by a customized individual treatment and care plan, based on the current treatments we offer.
These biologic treatments have been specifically designed to harness the healing and restorative powers of the cells and proteins naturally found in the human body. Below are some of the biologic treatments that we offer.
- Adipose Stem Cell Injections
- Amniotic Stem Cell Injections
- PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) Therapy
- The MACI procedure
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At POA, we provide a wide range of therapies and procedures using biologics to treat a variety of conditions involving the joints, discs, muscles, tendons and tissues. These conditions typically include the wearing down of the cartilage over time, known as osteoarthritis, as well as acute injuries from sports and/or daily activity. Below are some of the issues that biologics can treat.
Types of Orthopaedic Conditions and Injuries Biologics Can Treat:
- ACL, Meniscal & Other Tears
- Carpel Tunnel, Trigger Finger & Other Hand Injuries
- Frozen Shoulder
- Joint Osteoarthritis (Knee, Hip and Other Joints)
- Lower Back & Neck Pain Due to Disc Degeneration
- Muscle Strains
- Partial Quadriceps Tendon Tears
- Partial Muscle Tears & Joint Instability
- Patellar Tendonitis
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Rotator Cuff Strains
- Shoulder Instability
- Tennis Elbow
- Other Chronic Tendon & Ligament Issues