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12 Dec Sarasota Doctor offers Non surgical alternative to spinal fusion surgery.

Basic Science Research Continues to Confirm that All Types of Stabilization Possible with Prolotherapy Including Noninvasive Spinal Fusion Commentary on Olabisi, R. et al. An Injectable method for non-invasive spine fusion. The Spine Journal. 11:5454-556. 2011.   Study goal: The goal of this study was to achieve reliable spine fusion through a...

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03 Dec Neuroprotective effect of hyperbaric oxygen therapy in brain injury is mediated by preservation of mitochondrial membrane properties

Abstract Recent experimental data have shown that hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) was associated increased Bcl-2 expression at the injury site that correlated with reduced apoptosis. We hypothesized that HBOT mediated enhancement of Bcl-2 expression and increased intracellular oxygen bio-availability may both contribute to preserve mitochondrial integrity...

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03 Dec Hyperbaric oxygen therapy accelerates neurologic recovery after 15-minute complete global cerebral ischemia

Abstract BACKGROUND AND METHODS: Although hyperbaric oxygen therapy is clinically used for the treatment of several types of ischemic brain injury, few basic animal studies are available that provide a rationale for this therapy for complete global brain ischemia. Therefore, we investigated the effect of hyperbaric oxygen...

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03 Dec Stem cell mobilization by hyperbaric oxygen

Stem cell mobilization by hyperbaric oxygen Stephen R. Thom1,2, Veena M. Bhopale1, Omaida C. Velazquez3, Lee J. Goldstein3, Lynne H. Thom1, and Donald G. Buerk4 Abstract We hypothesized that exposure to hyperbaric oxygen (HBO2) would mobilize stem/progenitor cells from the bone marrow by a nitric oxide (·NO) -dependent mechanism. The population of CD34+ cells...

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30 Sep Why Did Kobe Go to Germany?

      AP PHOTO/JAE C. HONG         Why Did Kobe Go to Germany? An aging star and the new procedure that could revolutionize sports medicine By Jonah Lehrer on April 11, 2012 PRINT   By nearly every metric, Kobe Bryant is having his best season in years. Not only is he leading the league in scoring,...

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