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Educational Articles

Sports Injury, Recovery and Therapy

How to Prevent Fatigue and Burnout Athletes understand that competing comes with a price of potential injury that could change their sports careers if they do not properly address their health conditions. Since athletes are mostly Type A personalities, excellence and...

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Spectrum of Regenerative Treatments

Sports Medicine or Regenerative Medicine is a specialized branch of medicine that deals with physical fitness and offers an array of treatments and prevention of injuries related to exercise and sports. There is a wide spectrum of regenerative treatments that help...

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Amniotic Fluid and Stem Cell Therapy: Facts vs. Fiction

The search for the “holy grail” is an ongoing quest for human instinct and survival. The hottest topic in the stem cell medical industry is now about amniotic stem cells. What are amniotic stem cells and what is the power and intrigue about them? Amniotic stem cells...

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Ibuprofen: Helpful or Harmful.

What is the Real Solution to Joint Pain? Many people are not aware of the dangers of ibuprofen, overuse of ibuprofen as pain killers can lead to some unhealthy problems that can greatly put you at risk for unforeseen health issues.

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What Is Wrong with My Knee?

With all our daily activities, sports, and mobile lives, our knees are our most prized assets for getting us around. We sometimes do not realize the pressure and strain we put on our knees and take it for granted until something gives.

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Spin to Support The Arthritis Foundation!

At PreciseCare Regenerative Sports Medicine, we value our community and our active participation to support both local and national causes, with events that help promote excellent health and well-being.  On Oct. 10th, the Arthritis Foundation is sponsoring a...

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Elbow Pain & Injury Advice: Causes, Diagnosis & Treatments

Yeeeouch! Why’d that hurt so bad? The funny bone is neither funny nor a bone. It’s actually a nerve! The ulnar nerve runs from your neck, down your arm, and into your hand. For most of that length, the nerve is hidden safely away behind bones and muscles. However, at...

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