Biologics in orthopaedic repair will be the No. 6 most influential medical innovation for 2020, predict experts at Cleveland Clinic.
Orthopedists Jason Genin, DO, and Dominic King, DO, discuss the importance of treatment sequencing, which may include platelet-rich plasma injections, and patient education in optimizing joint health.
Recent studies of orthobiologics are a step in the right direction, but Cleveland Clinic orthopedists, Drs. Jason Genin and Dominic King, still await categorical evidence.
The new Cleveland Clinic Joint Preservation Center integrates orthobiologics, surgery, rehab and research to save functional joints for more patients.
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Who’s setting the standards for using (and studying) orthobiologics? Cleveland Clinic researchers are — starting with setting protocols for tracking outcomes and devising a system for classifying tendinopathy.