Jan 16

Comparing PRP to Tenex in the treatment of medial and lateral epicondylitis

[section_tc][column_tc span='12'][text_tc trigger_pt='0' duration='1000' delay='0']Medial and lateral epicondylitis are two common elbow conditions that affect a variety of athletes and can significantly impair arm function. While epicondylitis generally responds to conservative treatment, the course can be prolonged and it’s unclear whether some treatments may work better than others. In a study published in the Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery, several authors including TOBI faculty Drs. Kenneth Mautner and Allison Boden compared the effectiveness of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and Tenex...

Dec 5

Dr. Victor Ibrahim Memorial Scholarships to TOBI X 2019

The Orthobiologic Institute (TOBI) honors Dr. Victor Ibrahim's legacy with the Dr. Victor Ibrahim Memorial Orthobiologic Scholarship to provide registrations to TOBI X 2019 to Residents, Fellows, Military, or Physicians in underserved regions. Each scholarship provides registration to The Orthobiologic Institute (TOBI) 10th Annual PRP & Regenerative Medicine Symposium, Workshops and Cadaver Labs, June 6-8, 2019 at McCormick Place, Chicago, Illinois, USA. Please join us by sharing this opportunity with students, military, and physicians who will benefit from this education,...

Nov 21

Safety and Efficacy of Micro-Fractured Adipose Tissue for Knee Osteoarthritis

New research published by TOBI Faculty suggests autologous, micro-fractured, minimally manipulated adipose tissue may represent a nonsurgical treatment option for knee osteoarthritis patients seeking alternatives to total knee replacement. Congratulations Jay Panchal, MD, Gerard Malanga, MD, Mitchell Sheinkop, MD on this new publication in The American Journal of Orthopedics. Safety and Efficacy of Percutaneous Injection of Lipogems Micro-Fractured Adipose Tissue for Osteoarthritic Knees To download or read the publication: https://www.amjorthopedics.com/article/safety-and-efficacy-percutaneous-injection-lipogems-micro-fractured-adipose-tissue