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Leading Orthopaedic Surgeon and Regenerative Medical Authority Dr. Thomas A. Einhorn Advances Adult Stem Cell Therapy To Eliminate Hip Replacement Surgery
Date:4/1/2010

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Dr. Einhorn's research at the Boston University Orthopaedic Research Lab has been funded by the National Institutes of Health since 1990. Working closely with a team of 50 physicians and scientists, including orthopaedic surgeons, Ph.D. scientists, graduate students, orthopaedic doctors in training, nurse practitioners, and post doctorate fellows, Dr. Einhorn continues to research and develop new therapies to enhance the repair of bone, and the blood supply to bone.

Stem Cell Therapy could eventually eliminate the need for joint replacement,” says Dr. Einhorn. Rather than surgically replacing joints, as has been the standard medical approach in the past, therapies of the future will focus on the use of stem cells and gene therapy in the new scientific field of tissue re-engineering. "It's the future of our specialty," adds Dr. Einhorn.   

“In July of 2008 I traveled from Texas to Boston for a BMAC procedure with Dr. Einhorn. Over the previous two years I had undergone multiple surgeries for Avascular Necrosis in both hips and the right knee. While the surgeries helped for awhile, they were not a solution, and I had no choice but to use a wheelchair.Through my research, I learned about Dr. Einhorn and the BMAC procedure, which used my own stem cells injected into a core decompression to generate new bone. I emailed Dr. Einhorn and within minutes I had a reply and was speaking to his assistant. I was overjoyed to make contact with a doctor that was so sincerely willing to listen to my case.In It has been a little over a year since my stem cell procedure performed by Dr. Einhorn. I arrived in Boston using a wheelchair and crutches. Today I am able to kick a soccer ball
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