News just in from our client, Genlife about Eye problems? Stem cell therapy can come to the rescue!

Experts from the Department of Health and Human Services acknowledge that the number of Americans suffering from eye diseases, including those who might fear losing their sight, can be up to 80 percent of the general population.

According to the National Eye Institute (NEI), retinal and macular degeneration are the leading causes of loss of vision in the United States. They affect over 10 million Americans with 200,000 new cases of the disease being diagnosed each year. They can lead to light sensitivity, night blindness, tunnel vision, impaired or distorted vision, retinal detachment, or, in the worst cases, total eyesight loss.

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News just in from Genlife about 5 Common Causes of Ankle Pain

Ankle pain may develop for a variety of reasons, and the pain may feel different, depending on the cause. Patients who experience ankle pain may also experience some degree of swelling, redness, and a limited range of motion.

Ankle pain is common in the older population. A 2018 study has shown that 9 out of 10 older adults suffer from ankle pain.

At Genlife Regenerative Medicine and Pain Clinic in Miami, we help improve the quality of life of patients who are suffering from pain. The goal of our treatments is to eliminate the source of pain itself. Here are some of the common causes of ankle pain that our patients suffer from:

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5 Common Causes of Ankle Pain

News just in from our client, Genlife about Bone Regrowth Through Stem Cell Therapy; Countermeasure to Prevent Bone Death

Bone death or osteonecrosis happens when the bone receives poor blood supply. According to stem cell therapy experts in Miami, the limited flow of blood can lead to weak bones that are prone to breaking. Eventually, bone death follows.

Though this is considered a rare disease, data from the  National Organization of Rare Disorders has shown that some 10,000 to 20,000 osteonecrosis or avascular necrosis cases are diagnosed in the U.S. every year. It mostly affects those between 30 to 50 years old.

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Bone Regrowth Through Stem Cell Therapy; Countermeasure to Prevent Bone Death


Check out our client, Genlife latest blog post about Personal Injury Pain Management

Have you been in road traffic accidents, accident at work, home or accident while you were on a holiday?

At GenLife Regenerative Medicine, we are here to help. If you were recently in an auto accident, you need to be examined. Often, accident victims do not notice any pain or other symptoms until days or weeks after the accident. It is necessary for the injured individuals to seek treatment right away, so they have the best chances for a successful recovery.

We have worked with claim adjusters, insurance companies, and personal injury/slip and fall lawyers for many years and we know the type of reports and documentation that is needed. We do all of the paperwork and work closely with your attorney so that your claim is handled quickly and easily. Your job is to get better and pain free.

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Personal Injury Pain Management



Have you heard of orthobiologics treatment? It’s a popular form of regenerative medicine in South Florida for patients who are in pain. If you’re suffering from chronic back pain and are not inclined to get surgery for it, you might have come across this term before.

According to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS), orthobiologics consist of substances used by orthopaedic doctors to facilitate faster healing of injured muscles, tendons and ligaments, as well as broken bones. These substances are naturally produced by the body and processed in the laboratory to intensify its concentration before it is injected into the injured area.

Orthobiologics treatment falls under regenerative medicine, which is meant to treat patients with back pain without going through surgery. At Genlife regenerative medicine, we believe that orthobiologics treatments help patients heal better and faster than traditional approaches, including surgery. In fact, there’s a growing number of athletes who have benefitted from this treatment.

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Don’t Want Surgery? Try Orthobiologics Treatment for Chronic Back Pain


Latest update from our client, Genlife about WHY A FRACTURE WON’T HEAL AND HOW STEM CELL PROLOTHERAPY CAN HELP

A broken bone or fracture normally heals without problems while in treatment. Usually, new bone tissues form and reconnect in the weeks and months following the doctor’s alignment and stabilization of the broken bone.

However, there are cases where the bones fail to produce new bone tissues that delay healing. Unhealed fractures are medically termed as nonunion or delayed union.

According to the journal Acta Orthopaedica, some nine percent of young and middle-aged adults have a high risk for nonunion, particularly for tibial (shinbone) and clavicular (collarbone) fracture. This may happen because the bone fragments that are supposed to heal do not receive sufficient blood supply and the nutrients needed for bone repair.

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Why a Fracture Won’t Heal and How Stem Cell Prolotherapy Can Help


Latest blog post from our client, Genlife about HOW OSTEOARTHRITIS OF THE SPINE CAN BENEFIT FROM PRP

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy is a form of regenerative medicine which makes use of a mixture of the patient’s blood to help heal injuries. This blood is injected into the ligaments, tendons, joints and muscles to improve the patient’s musculoskeletal issues.

One common musculoskeletal condition is osteoarthritis of the spine or spinal osteoarthritis, which is prevalent among 40 to 85 percent of older people, according to the Current Rheumatology Reports. This is a degenerative joint disease is characterized by the breakdown of the discs and joints from the patient’s neck down to the lower back.

While osteoarthritis of the spine develops in old age due to wear and tear, it may also happen to people who have experienced physical trauma or are suffering from a genetic defect. Regardless, osteoarthritis of the spine leads to back pain or discomfort, or numbness and weakness of the arms or legs, according to WebMD.

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How Osteoarthritis of the Spine Can Benefit From PRP


Latest update from our client, Genlife about WHY DOES PLANTAR FASCIITIS HURT IN THE MORNING:

You may be suffering from plantar fasciitis if stepping out of bed in the morning hurts your heels. When the pain decreases as you move around, but recurs when you’re stood up or sat down for too long, then it’s best to get checked for this common heel pain at Genlife Regenerative Medicine Miami pain clinic.

Plantar fasciitis develops because the tissues at the bottom of the foot are inflamed. According to the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, two million cases of plantar fasciitis are treated every year and one in 10 people can develop this foot problem.

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Check out our client, updated page about 2019 Upcoming Lectures & Workshops:

September 4-7, 2019, Machu Picchu, Peru – First Musculoskeletal Regenerative Medicine Workshop – 4 days – 7 fundamental stations – up to 25 doctors.

October 3-5, 2019, Cancun, Mexico – Anatomical Basis of IROM: Palpation & Ultrasound-Guided Injections Using Prolotherapy and PRP – on LIVE PATIENTS. This IROM educational course and medical mission takes place in beautiful Cancún, Mexico, designed to give each physician-learner a direct, hands-on treatment experience with live patients. The Workshop is a high-volume live patient experience, so the physician-learner can expect to personally perform supervised, directed, palpation-guided PRP and Prolotherapy injections on multiple patients. Our host physician and Clinic Coordinator is Dr. Wajid Burad, a Cancún native and Sports Medicine Physician, who coordinates the patient recruitment, treatment, and follow-up care of all the local patients. Course is limited to 21 physician-learners.
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News just in from our client, Genlife about TREAT KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS WITH PROLOTHERAPY:

Prolotherapy is a treatment that has been widely used for a variety of injuries in the ligaments, or tendons, including the most common degenerative disease of the knee joint known as knee osteoarthritis. Developed and improved between the 1930s to the 1950s, prolotherapy entails injecting substances to stimulate the effective repair of the weakened and painful areas in the joints and muscles.

Knee osteoarthritis in a nutshell

Knee osteoarthritis is the most common type of arthritis, affecting 30 million American adults according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). It develops due to frequent, repetitive use of the knee, leading to wearing and tearing of the cartilage in the knee joint.

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