Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) May 31, 2013
The Institute of Regenerative and Molecular Orthopaedics (IRMO), world-renowned stem cell therapy experts, expand sports medicine advances with their expertise at stem cell and PRP (platelet rich plasma) therapy. As pioneers in stem cell and PRP therapy, the IRMO has introduced to the world what may be some of the biggest breakthroughs in sports medicine and beyond. This comes as good news to athletes everywhere suffering from various injures who are seeking state-of-the-art medical solutions.
The Institute of Regenerative and Molecular Orthopaedics is one of the few orthopedic practices in the world that utilizes stem cell and PRP therapy with orthopedic surgery. Headed by Dr. Joseph Purita, the world-renowned stem cell treatment pioneer, the IRMO has been making waves in the sports medicine community for years with their groundbreaking procedures. Dr. Purita has treated thousands of patients from around the world with tremendous success.
Dr. Purita and his staff use stem cell and PRP therapy to treat conditions ranging from basic tennis elbow problems, to degenerative arthritis afflicting major joints and more.
The injection of stem cells for its advanced rejuvenation and repair qualities is still in limited use in sports medicine. For years, stem cell extraction was extremely expensive and minimal. Only relatively recently has new technologies and techniques allowed for the acquisition of a person’s own stem cells to be achieved inexpensively through simple procedures.
Similarly, platelet rich plasma therapy has only recently become a viable treatment. Platelets, though occurring naturally in relatively small numbers, perform crucial functions responsible for the body’s repair processes. Over the last 15 years, scientists have discovered its effectiveness when concentrated, and thus PRP therapy was born.
The sports medicine community has been increasingly interested in, and influenced by, the work coming out of The Institute of Regenerative and Molecular Orthopaedics. Dr. Joseph Purita and his staff have been featured in major publications around the country, including the New York Times, ESPN Magazine and more. Most notably, Dr. Purita has recently garnered the attention of the entire sports medicine community with his exceptional work with New York Yankees pitcher, Bartolo Colon.
The Institute of Regenerative and Molecular Orthopaedics has led the way in viable stem cell and PRP therapy treatments. Dr. Purita and his staff have devised new techniques that are registered as their own intellectual property. In addition, Dr. Purita gives lectures around the world on the latest uses of PRP and stem cell injection therapy for sports injuries.
As PRP stem cell therapy continues to shape the sports medicine community, The Institute of Regenerative and Molecular Orthopaedics will continue to lead the way in innovation and state-of-the-art orthopedic practices. Dr. Purita and his group run one of the few stem cell facilities in the world staffed by seasoned board certified orthopedic surgeons. Their mission is to continue serving their patients with the latest tools available and to significantly advance the understanding and applications of stem cell and PRP therapy well into the future.
About Stem Cell Orthopedic
The Institute of Regenerative and Molecular Orthopaedics (IRMO) is a world-class orthopedic practice and stem cell facility staffed with seasoned board certified orthopedic surgeons. They differ from most orthopedic practices because they offer stem cells and platelet rich plasma (PRP) therapy in conjunction with surgery or as alternative to surgical procedures. They utilize state-of-the-art technology and the latest in stem cell research to best treat their patients. IRMO uses hematopoietic stem cells (HSC), which are found circulating in blood, fat, and bone marrow, to help repair the body. They are headed by Medical Director, Dr. Joseph Purita, a world-renowned pioneer in laser orthopedic surgery and graduate of the esteemed Georgetown University Medical School. For more information, visit http://www.stemcellorthopedic.com/ or follow them on Facebook, Twitter, or YouTube.