Knee Pain

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Three Biotech Solutions for Knee Repair

For reasons that are not entirely clear, damage to the key stabilizing structures of the knee joint often triggers a degenerative process that leads to the worn-out cartilage and chronic pain of osteoarthritis. The goal of next-generation treatment is to return the knee to its full function in as natural a way as possible, which may also slow or stop the runaway cycle that leads to arthritis. “It's repair and regeneration, rather than removal and replacement,” says orthopedic surgeon Martha M. Murray, who heads the Sports Medicine Research Laboratory at Boston Children's Hospital.

The need is huge. Every year an estimated 5.5 million people in the U.S. visit orthopedic surgeons for…

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 Three Biotech Solutions for Knee Repair

New techniques in orthopedic surgery aim to unleash the body's own healing power.

The knee joint is one of the most amazing and abused joints in the body, and also the largest. Not only does its hinge-like design allow you to bend your leg, the knee joint also twists, rotates, and straightens and is subjected to a great deal of stress and weight every time you put your foot on the ground.

Whether you are an avid runner, a professional athlete, or seeking a healthy lifestyle with your loved ones, we will help you live a life free of knee pain and help promote healing and reconditioning of your knees.


Knee problems can be caused by many factors such as injury, arthritis, disease, aging, and being overweight. Although knee problems as a result of an accident cannot be avoided, other knee problems can be lessened or avoided...

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