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Stem Cell Orthopedic Specialists Find New Stem Cell Therapies Can Treat Chronic Conditions
Date:8/12/2013

(PRWEB) August 12, 2013

Stem Cell Orthopedic, the world renowned institute for both regenerative and molecular orthopedics, today highlighted the increasing publicity surrounding the use of stem cells to treat orthopedic conditions such as arthritis. Fifty million Americans suffer from arthritis and the pain can be so insufferable that many opt for expensive and life changing procedures like hip, shoulder, and knee replacements. Increasingly, however, more people are turning to a new form of stem cell therapy to relieve the pain as highlighted in this recent news piece from California. At the forefront of this stem cell technology is Dr. Joseph Purita and his Stem Cell Orthopedic clinic.

“Unlike many of stem cell facilities, we ensure that we are staffed by experienced doctors that are specifically board certified in orthopedic surgery,” said a representative for Stem Cell Orthopedic. “We distinguish ourselves with this expertise and our integration of stem cell therapy and platelet rich plasma therapy. Sometimes these are alternatives to surgery and other times they must be used in combination but by having expertise in all these treatments, we can offer our patients the best care. With over 4000 cases treated, we have nearly 85% reporting significant improvement. When it comes to these delicate conditions, do not settle, come to us.”

The pioneer and inspiration for Stem Cell Orthopedic is Dr. Joseph Purita, a Georgetown Medical School graduate who has been featured in USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Sports Illustrated, The Miami Herald, and many other local and national publications. Dr. Purita’s non-invasive stem cell therapy is among the most advanced in the country by virtue of having already practiced it for many years. His practice uses both tra
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