What is cell therapy?
Cell therapy is the infusion, injection or transplantation of whole cells back into a patient for treatment of a condition. In autologous therapy the patient is the source (donor) of their own therapy. With the patient acting as their own donor, the risk of rejection and the use of immunosuppressive therapy is minimized.
How does autologous cell therapy work?
The goal of cell therapy is to repair or restore damaged tissues using cells. For our therapies, tissue from the patient is collected by a qualified and trained surgeon, and then processed and expanded by Vericel into a specific cell type or multicellular therapy. The patient?s own cells are then returned to the surgeon for implantation.
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JRF Ortho specializes in providing orthopedic surgeons with the highest viability, most widely available cartilage solutions in the industry. Our goal is to provide innovative solutions for allograft joint repair to orthopedic surgeons who specialize in helping patients?regain movement and improve their quality of life; thus, JRF Ortho is redefining the standard for allograft joint repair and maximizing the gift of donation.
Today, Athletico has facilities throughout Arizona, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio, South Dakota and Wisconsin, and employs over 4000 clinical and administrative staff, and offers over 50 specialty programs and services. Our team of specialists includes physical therapists and occupational therapists, physical therapist assistants, certified athletic trainers, personal trainers, strength and conditioning specialists, and massage therapists.
Athletico has staff with expertise in treating the worker?s compensation population with such services as work conditioning, functional capacity evaluations, post-offer testing and ergonomic assessments. In addition, Athletico provides athletic training, physical therapy, occupational therapy, and fitness services to affiliations including high schools, colleges, and many professional sports teams.
U.S. News & World Report?ranks the orthopedic program at Rush University Medical Center #4 in the Nation and the highest ranked program in Illinois.
Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush in Chicago, Illinois, is widely recognized as the regional leader in comprehensive orthopedic services. The physicians of Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush have received specialized training in orthopedic surgery and in subspecialty areas within the field of orthopedic medicine and can diagnose and treat even the most complicated and rare orthopedic conditions. The physicians?are supported by a professional staff?of physician assistants, registered nurses, athletic, physical and occupational therapists, cast room and X-ray technicians, and administrative personnel.
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Leading the industry, ATI has built a differentiated platform in therapy that is focused on our patients.
A Progressive Vision?
With exceptional, patient-centered care, trusted expertise and remarkable outcomes, our?goal is to?exceed customers’ expectations?every day, in every clinic. ATI is a nationally-recognized rehabilitation provider, specializing in research-based physical therapy, workers? compensation rehab, employer worksite solutions, sports medicine, home health, and a variety of specialty therapies.
Ivy Rehab Network is made up of
165?physical therapy clinics
dedicated to providing exceptional care and personalized treatment to get you feeling better, faster.
Based in Chicago, IL, Medwest Associates was founded in 1992 by current owner, Paul Lopez. After careful research and market study, Paul saw the need for a customer-orientated, independent sales organization focused primarily on the Arthroscopic/Orthopedic market. He seized this opportunity and created an orthopedic distributorship focused on innovative products and superior service. He has seen the need to apply these principles to other areas of the market and have branched into Post-operative services, skills training, and office services. Contributing over 20 years of experience in the orthopedic industry, Paul brings his enthusiasm of the orthopedic business to the leadership of Medwest.
Medwest’s goal is to provide their customers with superior systems, knowledgeable representation, unsurpassed service, and continued focus on the future of their represented areas. Medwest features a full array of orthopedic manufacturers including Arthrex and AlloSource.
Pulsar Scientific, LLC is the culmination of decades of experience successfully developing and producing reliable and easy to use equipment for multinational and Fortune 50 companies.? The engineering and design team at Pulsar Scientific, LLC has years of experience in fluid mechanics, refrigeration and heating systems, precise temperature control, and mechanical design.
Cool and heat therapy with pneumatic compression
Compression Therapy that aids in the Prevention of Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)
HELPING COACHES DO THE RIGHT THING
Injuries in youth sports are bound to happen. About 5.5 million injuries require medical care for young athletes each year in the U.S.
The problem is that many coaches are not properly trained to make the right decision on the field. The result is that?each year up to 2 million young athletes are sent back in to play before they are ready, turning a mild injury into something that can result in weeks or months of lost playing time.
In my own sports medicine practice I?m likely to see one injury each week that could have been much less severe if the athlete did not prematurely return to play.
I created Sideline Sports Doc as a resource for coaches and parents, so they can help their young athletes avoid unnecessary injury.