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  1. What to Expect: Face Masks, Visitors, & Cleaning

    The Governor is expected to relax the stay-at-home order in North Carolina this Friday, but wearing a facemask when in public areas will remain a recommendation. At Wake Internal Medicine, we are asking all of our patients to please wear a mask or face covering when coming to the practice. Also, our preference is that […]

  2. NC Observer Article on PRP

    Platelet-Rich Plasma: PRP Injections Helped Resolve Knee Pain People with tendinitis, sports injuries or osteoarthritis might be intrigued by something called platelet-rich plasma or PRP injections. Is there research?4.5- 56 ratingsArthritisJoe GraedonMarch 09, 20206 Comments Have you ever heard of platelet-rich plasma? Most people have not. PRP injections have been around since about 2000. They […]

  3. New Treatments for Arthritis Pain

    New Treatments for Arthritis Pain at Wake Nonsurgical Ortho & Sports Medicine By Dr. Matthew Kanaan When you’re injured, your body immediately begins a natural healing process to repair the damaged tissue. Platelets migrate to the site of the injury and start releasing signals to trigger the immune response that initiates healing. Platelet-rich therapy, or […]

  4. How does PRP help pain?

    When you’re injured, your body immediately begins a natural healing process to repair the damaged tissue. Platelets migrate to the site of the injury and start releasing inflammatory signals to trigger the immune response that initiates rapid healing. Platelet-rich therapy, or PRP therapy, introduces a high concentration of platelets to a damaged or injured area. […]

  5. What is Advanced Regenerative Care In Orthopedics?

    Why choose PRP over Stem Cells (MSC’s, Umbilical and Amniotic) first? Advanced regenerative treatments are NOT covered by insurance, and there are a lot of clinics that use this to take advantage of patients by selling treatments that are misrepresented.  Stem cells and PRP both have very limited data to support them!  Never trust a […]

  6. PRP Injections , Raleigh / Cary NC

    Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Recently there has been an interest in “orthobiologics”, or using a patient’s own cells in an attempt to stimulate healing and decrease pain: Namely platelet rich plasma (PRP). PRP, or platelet rich plasma, is thought to provide a boost to the body’s own healing ability by taking the patient’s blood and spinning […]

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    Alternatives to Shoulder Replacement

    Joint Lubricant Injections for Hip, Shoulder, and Ankle Arthritis Alternative to surgery… Degenerative joint disease, or osteoarthritis, of the hips, shoulders, and ankles causes damage to the joint cartilage, resulting in pain, stiffness, and swelling. Osteoarthritis also causes a loss of synovial fluid, which lubricates the joint and absorbs shock. Synovial fluid naturally contains an […]

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    Alternatives to Hip Replacement

    Joint Lubricant Injections for Hip, Shoulder, and Ankle Arthritis Alternative to surgery… Degenerative joint disease, or osteoarthritis, of the hips, shoulders, and ankles causes damage to the joint cartilage, resulting in pain, stiffness, and swelling. Osteoarthritis also causes a loss of synovial fluid, which lubricates the joint and absorbs shock. Synovial fluid naturally contains an […]

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    Raleigh Knee Pain Center

    Raleigh Knee Pain Center ARE YOU TIRED OF LIVING WITH KNEE PAIN, or ARE YOU LOOKING TO AVOID KNEE REPLACEMENT SURGERY?  Surgery is NOT always the answer.  There are NONSURGICAL options available!   Millions of people suffer from knee pain in this country, and many of them have been told that they need an immediate […]

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