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TOBI 2019 is our 10th Annual gathering of orthobiologics thought-leaders from around the globe. Attending TOBI puts you on the cutting edge with the latest research and clinical pearls in orthopedic regenerative medicine. Join us to be informed and build relationships with the TOBI community of physicians, researchers and scientists on the forefront of orthopedics.

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10th Annual PRP & Regenerative Medicine Symposium, Workshops & Cadaver Lab - June 6-8, 2019, McCormick Place, Chicago

TOBI News

TOBI Faculty Dr. Gerry Malanga, MD, Awarded Research Grant to Treat Active-Duty Military Personnel

Congratulations TOBI Faculty Gerry Malanga, for the new research grant you and your team were awarded to Treat Active-Duty Military Personnel. Dr. Gerard Malanga, MD, Dr. Trevor Dyson-Hudson, MD, Dr. Nathan Hogaboom, PhD, received a $590,000 award from the Geneva Foundation for the use of Autologous Micro-Fragmented Adipose Tissue to Treat Meniscal Injuries in Active-Duty [...]

Amniotic Fluid Products Probably Don’t Contain Stem Cells, but May Still Modulate Healing

In vivo amniotic fluid is known to contain growth factors and mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs), which prior research has suggested may aid in tissue healing. Several companies have injectable amniotic fluid products  (AFPs) on the market based on this  prior research, but it’s unclear exactly what the composition of these AFPs is and whether they [...]

New Biologics Guidelines for Low Back Pain

The use of regenerative medicine has been expanding as its power to help heal patients has become increasingly apparent. However, the decision about what and who to treat with these therapeutic compounds can be tricky, especially given the variable and occasionally scarce data about certain applications. TOBI Alumni Faculty, Annu Navani has spearheaded a massive [...]

TOBI Conference Papers Literature Review

The Influence of Naproxen on Biological Factors in Leukocyte-Rich PRP: A Prospective Study Chahla et al 2019 (NSAIDS) Leukocyte-Rich Platelet-Rich Plasma (LR-PRP) consists of blood plasma with higher concentrations of platelets and leukocytes than typically available in a normal blood draw, and is commonly used to treat musculoskeletal injuries through regenerative processes in the body. [...]