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Chicken Soup: What’s New in the Field of Cartilage Repair?

Chicken Soup: What’s New in the Field of Cartilage Repair? The Stone Clinic
The science of cartilage repair for joints is in full swing. There is a frenzy of activity around stem cells, growth factors, exosomes (small packets of growth factors), and all forms of stimulation therapies. And the matrices or patches that those factors are placed on vary widely. The bottom line is that no one factor does it all. Here is the latest update on what needs to go into the chicken soup of tissue repair to make you well.

3D Printing: Cool, But Not Quite There

3D Printing: Cool, But Not Quite There
3D printing is one of today’s most talked-about technologies. But it still has a long way to go before it can transform orthopedic surgery.

Steph Curry’s knees

Steph Curry’s knees
The Golden State Warriors, and star Steph Curry, may seem like superheroes—but they’re human beings with human parts. He’s what their knees endure during each game, and why (barring injury) they're able to handle it with such finesse.

The CMI: What it Means to All of Us

The CMI: What it Means to All of Us
The re-introduction of the collagen meniscus implant (CMI), unavailable in the U.S. for more than five years, will mean an improved quality of life for thousands of Americans.

Minding the Gap

Minding the Gap
Joint injury could lead to chronic and disabling arthritis with hope of replacement surgery.

Shoulder Pain: It may be an easy fix

Shoulder Pain: It may be an easy fix
The human shoulder is a complex system, interconnecting bones, muscles, tendons and cartilage. When shoulder pain occurs, finding out exactly what’s going wrong is the first step toward a cure.
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