Medial meniscus pathology and ACL tears were among the most common reasons patients needed surgery after ACL reconstruction, according to presented study results.
Amniotic suspension allograft may be an effective nonoperative treatment of symptomatic knee osteoarthritis, according to recently published results.
Researchers observed significant improvement in pain and function among patients with knee osteoarthritis who received a single injection of amniotic suspension allograft vs. patients who received a control injection of hyaluronic acid or saline.
Intra-articular injection of amniotic membrane/umbilical cord particulate may reduce pain and improve function in patients with moderate to severe knee osteoarthritis, according to published results.
Published results show no “statistically significant differences” in concussion recovery and return to play timelines between male and female collegiate athletes across comparable sports.