Latest Articles & Insights

Medical Blog
Welcome to our World

Inspirational stories and facts related to patient healing.

21/Aug/2018
Rebel-Stem-Cell-Therapy-featured-1200x667.jpg

"

Rebel Lilly, an active 50-year paddle boarder and outdoor enthusiast is no stranger to pain: She had undergone several past knee surgeries and additional procedures to remove tumors. However, when she pulled her shoulder out of position almost three months ago it put a stop to simple daily activities such as driving or simply sweeping the floor. Full patient video is further below.


Dr. Steve Coleman Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine,  MedicalMasters..org

What you will learn:

  • check
    How regenerative programs differ from surgery
  • check
    How pain and healing timelines can be accelerated
  • check
    How stem cell injections impact inflammation, pain & range of motion
  • check
    The novel use of Laser Therapy to support stem cell injections
  • check
    Positive outcomes from same-day cellular therapies
Shoulder Tear From Paddleboarding

Worse, she was unable to enjoy her primary passion, paddle boarding, due to a severely restricted range of motion. Unable to raise her arm more than 10-20 degrees off her hip without screaming in pain, she faced the uncomfortable prospect of more orthopedic surgery to repair her torn rotator cuff with uncertain outcomes.

Barely able to move her arm or neck, she began researching possible alternatives.

After attending one of our previous Stem Cell Seminars in Bonita Springs, Rebel took the brave decision to try regenerative joint healing approaches encompassed in a Medicalmasters.org Stem Cell Injection program.

Dr. Coleman, a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, carefully compiled a 100-Point Health Score or Comprehensive Medical Assessment (CMA) of Rebel’s condition to determine her candidacy for the Stem Cell Program. Precise shoulder palpation and manipulation, along with MRI scans, confirmed an almost full shoulder tear which accounted for the severe pain and reduced mobility.

National Academy of Sciences - Knee Osteoarthritis

More About Shoulder Rotator Cuff Injuries

The Danger of Repetition

Repetitive motions in work and play, can lead to rotator cuff injuries. This includes occupations such as carpentry or sports such as CrossFit, where athletes perform high-rep pull ups on a regular basis. In Lilly’s case, paddle boarding, which involves short, similar strokes can also aggravate and put pressure on the shoulder joints if not done correctly or performed hundreds, if not thousands of times, during a calendar week.

Rebelling Against Pain

Her qualification by Dr. Coleman in the CMA, enabled her to undertake a same-day procedure to extract her bone marrow and fat adipose cells to galvanize rich regenerative stem cells containing Cytokines for accelerated joint repair. These were re-injected back into group of muscles and tendons that surround the shoulder joint, the so-called Rotator Cuff, which keeps the head of your upper arm bone firmly with the overall socket of the shoulder.

The 4 to 6-hour procedure allowed Rebel to go straight home following the stem cell injections.  In the days and weeks following the procedure, Rebel’s cells began their mission of rebuilding and re-invigorating the joint. While the healing process can be slightly uncomfortable during the first 14 days following the procedure, this is usually a normal sign that indicates the tissues and ligaments are responding to stem cell differentiation which leads to repair.

MedicalMasters.org used a systematic healing program to accelerate the healing process in Rebel’s shoulder joint.  This included precise physical therapy movements such as the wall crawl to increase mobility and range of motion. Rebel performed these 2-3 times per day to oxygenate the blood stimulate tissue repair.  MedicalMasters.org works closely with nearby rehabilitative clinics including Bonita Springs Sports & Physical Therapy Center and Therapy Clinics to align regenerative programs with new advances in physical rehabilitation.  This symbiotic relationship was described in one of our recent articles The Golden Age of Regenerative Medicine Unites Osteopathic Doctors, Physical Therapists & Compassionate Inventors.

Patient Success Story - Rebel Lilly

21/Aug/2018
osteoarthritis-cardiovascular-disease.jpg

As we approach middle-age (or beyond) Americans are being forced to consider two symbiotic threats to their health which medical research indicates are teaming up to double the risk of heart disease while also limiting the quality of life: Heart disease and osteoarthritis.

By the time you read this, it’s estimated that 50 million adults have already been diagnosed with some type of arthritis including Degenerative Joint Disease (DJD) which is not curable, causes immense pain, and stops us enjoying daily activities such as walking, running or climbing stairs.

Traditionally, doctors tackle this growing disease with Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs or NSAIDS, which while reducing the pain in the short-term inevitably limits the body’s ability to resolve inflammation over the longer-term.

Osteoarthritis Joint Pain


More alarmingly, a Canadian study involving 7743 people with osteoarthritis shows strong evidence that NSAID treatment increases congestive heart failure by nearly 49% while the risk for ischemic heart disease increased by 94.5%, and the risk for stroke increased by 93.3%. These results were supported by cross-referencing NSAID prescription dispensing records present in the Canadian healthcare database.

Cardiovascular Disease
These health risks are reflective of a non-regenerative approach to medical problems, which involve relying upon both NSAID and steroidal options (such as Cortisone) to treat the symptoms, not the problem.

This traditional methodology arguably leads to inevitable outcome(s) involving either heart surgery or joint replacement surgery, or both! While America is blessed with talented heart and orthopedic surgeons, who wishes to undergo invasive surgery which statistics show are not always successful, carrying both health and financial risks?

Our Osteopathic clinic, with its special emphasis on regenerative protocols such as Stem Cell Therapy, Prolotherapy, PRP and Laser Therapy, is in a unique position to screen and treat middle-aged Americans for both Osteoarthritis and cardiovascular risk factors, while limiting the use of NSAID and additionally minimizing the application of invasive joint surgery.

Early detection of both Osteoarthritis and cardiovascular disease are now considered top priorities in the America and something we take extremely seriously in our clinic.

We are obsessed with three primary objectives which we believe are the key drivers in ensuring a long and productive lifespan for our patients:

  • check
    Prevention
  • check
    Regeneration
  • check
    Nutrition

Education, early detection of cardiovascular risk factors and an emphasis on non-surgical orthopedic protocols allows us to prevent side-effects from medication and surgery.

The use of Stem Cell Therapy and Laser Therapy allows us to accelerate joint healing and reduce pain, a novel regenerative approach which patients respond positively to.

Nutritional IV supplement programs along with doctor-guided weight loss systems allow us to positively impact your health over the long term.

These programs carefully guided by a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine open up new opportunities to gently nurture, protect and heal the human body especially for adults, men and women, near or above, 45 years in age.

It’s important to remember that the study above and our approach encompassed under the regenerative programs are NOT intended to reflect a negative bias towards surgery, but rather a desire to explore alternatives and only resort to this option when absolutely necessary. 

It’s important to remember that the study above and our approach encompassed under the regenerative programs are NOT intended to reflect a negative bias towards surgery, but rather a desire to explore alternatives and only resort to this option when absolutely necessary.  These alternatives are reflected in our ​cellular therapy protocols, including Stem Cell Therapy, and new non-surgical techniques to stimulate joint healing such as Laser Surgery
The three circles of regenerative medicine

21/Aug/2018
Laser-Therapy-and-Stem-Cell-Treatment-1200x600.jpg

BONITA SPRINGS Florida, July 6, 2018 /MedicalMasters.org/MedicalMasters.org has announced the immediate introduction of THOR® Laser Therapy into advanced cellular treatment plans, including Stem Cell Injections, to accelerate tissue repair, reduce inflammation and relieve pain in musculoskeletal disorders, including but not limited to, partial tears in knees and shoulder joints.

Clinical evidence published in a number of peer reviewed journals strongly supports an accelerated timeline for reducing pain and inflammation for soft tissue injuries in shoulders and knees, several joint conditions including wrist, hips and ankles, as well as the lower back and neck.

The basic concept behind Thor Lasers involves the highly specialized use of light. Light can stimulate or inhibit cellular function according to both the intensity and the time it is applied by Osteopathic Doctors.

“Patients are responding extremely well to this affordable cellular treatment add on which is applied to the joint areas in the weeks following stem cell procedures, prolotherapy and PRP,” said Dr. Steve Coleman, Medical Director at MedicalMasters.org.

Laser Therapy has been shown to help reduce musculoskeletal pain and inflammation while also helping increase the range of motion for patients who have suffered debilitating injuries such as partial rotator cuff tears in shoulders or partial meniscus tears in knees, two common reasons for patients visiting MedicalMasters.org.

“Our clinic uses the Lasers and LED’s to produce intense beams of light at specific wavelengths. When the right wavelength at the right intensity is used at the correct anatomical location for the right amount of time you can stimulate repair, resolve inflammation and reduce pain.”

Some technical innovations in this process are showing wonderful applications in the cellular therapy field, including its primary mechanism, the effect of light on cytochrome c oxidase. This unbinds nitric oxide and releases ATP leading to improved overall cellular function in patients.

The Thor Lasers help reduce anti-inflammatory effects including PGE2, TNF Alpha and IL-6 in the synovia surrounding damaged tendons. Meanwhile, for analgesia high intensity lasers over nerve supply can inhibit fast axonal flow.

It is also showing great results for older patients suffering from Degenerative Joint Disease (DJD).


21/Aug/2018

Laurie Norman was scheduled for bi-lateral knee replacement. At the last moment, she decided to try MedicalMasters.org’s stem cell therapy program and the promise of regenerative medicine to keep her off the operating table.  A well known local dog breeder and dog show contestant, Laurie had for years been struggling with painful joint pain and restricted mobility as she pursued her vocation.   In this video, Laurie describes in her own words the results of the stem cell therapy program with Dr. Coleman and its impact on her quality of life.


21/Aug/2018
regenerative-medicine-1200x780.jpg

While not immediately obvious, there is a wonderful and powerful mechanism at work which is bringing Osteopathic Doctors, Physical Therapists and bold Medical Device Inventors together in a synergistic movement to treat, heal and alleviate chronic pain in joint pain sufferers across the world in what we call the Golden Age of Regenerative Medicine.

Doctors of Regeneration

Dr Steve Coleman Stem Cell Therapy

Few people realize that our discipline has been around for some 100 years, tasked with treating acute injuries, chronic diseases like osteoarthritis and congenital malformations.  With the latest breakthroughs in stem cell biology, regenerative clinics offer new viable hope in providing alternatives to invasive knee, hip, lower back or shoulder surgeries.   Our field continues to grow, and we are finding new partners and champions in the form of physical therapists and medical device inventors who seek to complement our treatment plans with their own skill sets.  This is the backbone of functional medicine, treating the body as a whole and using new, dynamic and scientific approaches to orthopedic healing.    By keeping an open mind, we can adapt faster to the ravages of age, disease and injury.

The Evolving Physical Therapist

Physical Rehab For Stem Cell Patients

We cannot forget the role physical therapists play in regenerative medicine, especially after patients undergo stem cell procedures, including PRP and Prolotherapy, for joint pain, osteoarthritis (OA), and annular tears (rips in the tough exterior of an intervertebral disc).

This role requires compassion, knowledge and an intricate understanding of the muscular-skeletal system as they help patients mobilize all the key muscles and hinge-joints to accelerate the healing process.

Since our clinic is built upon the science of osteopathic medicine we pay particular attention to the physical rehabilitation process, working closely with select therapists to coordinate a careful, biomechanical flightpath to speedy recovery.

The best results for our patients come by combining rest, correct biomechanical loading, tissue mobilization and various other protocols to gently and methodically guide patients to maximum mobility and skeletal function in the period after the initial stem cell injections.

We also pay close attention to the objectives and goals defined by the Alliance for Regenerative Rehabilitation Research and Training which seeks to foster and nurture a strong collaborative relationship between Osteopathic Doctors such as Dr. Steve Coleman (D.O), Founder of MedicalMasters.org and other Physical Therapist partners, including those operating in and around Bonita Springs.

By educating PT’s on stem cell biology and regenerative medicine protocols, the treatment options available to our patients become more powerful and effective over shorter periods. The AR3T is thus an instrumental body in helping align the groundbreaking medical procedures being implemented by MedicalMasters.org and the evolving rehabilitative structures and processes of nearby physical therapy centers.

We remind our readers that regenerative medicine is currently evolving at a dramatic pace promising to greatly improve the methods and tools for repairing or replacing lost tissue from injury, disease or age via the enhancement of endogenous stem cell function or the transplantation of exogenous stem cells. By working closely with PT’s, we improve the application of mechanical and other physical stimuli to promote functional recovery.

These synergies are something we are extremely excited about and believe will become more advanced and integrated over time as we grow as a regenerative clinic.

But, while our partnership with physical therapists and physical rehabilitation centers is an important component of the regenerative landscape, we sometimes fail to mention other innovators in our realm who use the power of entrepreneurship and compassion to introduce new medical devices that hold the hope of helping you heal faster without the need for invasive surgery.

We are of course talking about medical device inventors, some of them very ordinary people who either suffer from the affliction of degenerative joint disease (DJD) or have a close relationship with somebody who does. In nearly all instances, their personal desire to alleviate suffering ends up having worldwide implications for other sufferers in the form of relief and hope.

In this respect, let’s examine two everyday inventors on opposite sides of the world, Hong Kong and Minnesota respectively, whose devices hold some hope for alleviating the pain and discomfort relating to arthritic joints. Their journey from idea to production, is both heart-warming and relevant. It is also an inspiration to us all, revealing how human ingenuity can transform our daily lives if we use the power of observation.

From Hong Kong With Love

Knee Warmer for arthritic knee


Our first intrepid inventor is located in Hong Kong who could not stand the sight of his elderly dad in agonizing pain stemming from arthritic knees. For years he watched his dad struggle to walk properly, his gait despairingly altered by the effects of osteoarthritis.   Each night, without fail, he would apply a heating pad upon his knee to ease the pain and stimulate mobility. Unfortunately, a few minutes later it would cool off prompting him to ask his wife or son to help him heat it up again. This scenario played out night after night. Surely, Stanley Kwok Chi-Hung thought to himself, there must be a better way.

He had to help his poor dad.

As fortune would have it, Mr. Chi-Hung happened to co-own KnitWarm, a manufacturing company. He brainstormed some ideas with his staff even while he noted that most manufacturing work was increasingly heading to mainland China.

After months of prototyping his team came up with a knee-heating wrap with a special breathable yearn that can be produced without extensive knitting, fully formed.

It is in many respects a breakthrough product for not only helping his ailing dad’s knees but also to a region that is aging quickly leading to a large spike in joint pain sufferers.

In fact, a recent study suggests that among local residents aged 50 and older, 7 per cent of men and 13 per cent of women suffer from osteoarthritis – an age-related condition that causes excruciating pain in the knee and other joints.

Within the next several years these numbers are expected to rise dramatically. The South China Posts reports that some 21 per cent of local residents are expected to be 65 or older, showing the connection to increasing levels of osteoarthritis.

Yet as long as we have compassionate inventors like Mr. Chi-Hung, the field of regenerative medicine can arm itself with more weapons to fight chronic joint pain without necessarily resorting to risky surgery.

The Minnesota Violinist With Healing Strings To Her Bow

Sarah Betts - Regenerative Medicine Inventor
Sarah Betts Playing Violin -future future

Our next inventor, and much closer to home this time, is a young violinist from Mendota Heights, Minnesota, who happily plucked those musical strings from three years old until she was diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis at age nine.

The condition was especially prominent in her hands and wrist joints, but she refused to let this stop her from pursuing her musical vocation.

Normally, arthritis only affects those much older. Sarah Betts was indeed unlucky, but she used this misfortune to become a medical entrepreneur.

As time went on Sarah noticed that the more she played her violin, the less pain and swelling her left hand that presses the strings appeared to have compared to her right hand that holds the bow.

This, she thought to herself, was a surprising discovery. Most of the doctors and experts who examined her seemed to have missed this development.

This curiosity became the genesis for a new device she invented to help strengthen and mobilize the joints in the right hand.

She coined the orthopedic hand exercise device, ViEx, and industrially went about securing two patents for her medical invention.

"It has recycled violin strings that you can press down on top of a 3D printed base. Exercises take 10 minutes a day," she said.

The device is now being trialed at several orthopedic centers and received glowing reviews from onsite staff.

Now aged eighteen she has even built up an outreach programs to help the elderly benefit from her device.

"One lady, she could barely open her hand. Now, she's been using it for about a year and a half, and I mean, she can move her hand," Sarah said.

The device is highly affordable, priced at a paltry $3, but the young lady believes she make it even cheaper! See in her action below at a statewide graduation recital - she is quite impressive. 

An Intersection of Science, Hope & Entrepreneurship

The preceding discussion shows the symbiotic relationship between osteopathic clinics, cellular treatment breakthroughs, physical rehabilitation and the allied contributions of medical device inventors in America and elsewhere.

The most advanced stem cell treatment protocols rely on using a functional approach to guide the initial Comprehensive Medical Assessment (CMA) and combine with physical therapists to develop a holistic treatment plan that will give the fastest and most productive healing approach for our patients.

The three circles of regenerative medicine

 But we must also be proactive and find new ancillary - often simple tools - that aid in this process.   In this respect, we watch the medical device field closely and cheer the progress of inventors like Kwok in Hong Kong and Sarah in Minnesota who used the power of observation and love to combat the awful effects of arthritis that plague all of us as we age.

If there is a commonality among the three approaches mentioned above, it is probably compassion.  Without this attribute we cannot develop careful approaches that meets the individual’s own unique physiology and medical history.

This is the driving force behind regenerative medicine which has now entered a new golden age of research, development and treatment protocols that we believe hold the key to aging gracefully without pain,  while still enjoying a high degree of mobility.




21/Aug/2018
affordable-financing-plans.jpg

BONITA SPRINGS Florida, May 16, 2018 /MedicalMasters.org/ —  Patients who need Stem Cell Therapy treatments targeting joint pain, osteoarthritis and more, can now leverage a new range of flexible financing options offering them all access to the promise of hope in Regenerative Medicine.

The updated programs offer near-instant approval and full access to the experts in regenerative medicine at MedicalMasters.org.  This includes the full range of medical programs provided by Dr. Coleman and his dedicated staff, including Advanced Cellular Therapies, Hormone balancing, Varicose Vein Treatment and Intravenous nutritional support.

“We are offering two comprehensive plans to begin with for our patients, from industry leaders ClearGage and MD Funding.  Soon, we expect to roll out additional affordable partners in the coming months to give our patients, friends, and families unparalleled access to preventive and regenerative medicine from coast to coast in Florida,  and world wide, with our concierge travel medicine program” said Dr. Steven Coleman D.O., founder of MedicalMasters.org.

The financing plans are available to patients in all 50 states, confirming our commitment  at MedicalMasters.org, to advancing the health and wellness of everyone who needs our help.  The plans allow a patient to pay for medical procedures over a time frame that suits their own needs. This can be  monthly payments, or larger payments that meet their goals. Approvals take less than a minute, and only require a valid driver’s license and  social security number. The plans cost far less than half of most credit card fees and all who need them are approved.

Additionally, the plans do not require that patients use current available credit  – these can be saved for home mortgage use, or other important goals such as their children’s education.   

“As our patients’ needs change, they can add additional care to their existing plans, or simply pay them off completely, with no penalty —  making this an extremely attractive option for patients of all ages, and all income levels” said Dr. Coleman.

In addition, the initial Comprehensive Medical Assessment  (100 Point Health Score evaluation) is already covered by every health insurance plan, offering patients a powerful platform through which they can pursue optimal well-being as they sail past the age of 40.  Patients are invited to inquire about these financing options by reaching out to us via our contact page. 


21/Aug/2018
Dr-Stan-Headley-Stem-Cell-Therapy-Success-Story.jpg

When a former college football quarterback, with letters in 3 sports, throughout high school, walked through our doors complaining of chronic pain in both knees due to previous sports injuries, and the residual effects of previous orthopedic surgery (for partial ACL and Meniscus Tears), it confirmed the growing suspicion that aging athletes are fighting an uphill battle.


21/Aug/2018
nadal-knee-injury-2.png

National Academy of Sciences - Knee Osteoarthritis

THE COMEBACK

How Elite Athletes Can Inspire Us

We look to super athletes for inspiration in how they train and win.  Yet it’s the injuries that show us their true character and grit, while also revealing their technical approach to healing and fighting the aging process. Video is further below...


While delivering a thundering double-handed backhand on the tennis court several years ago, legendary tennis player Rafael Nadal placed his entire weight on his left knee, forcing his quadriceps to step in and stabilize the entire complex of joints.

In that single moment, which involved twisting, turning and extending his body to relay the shot back to his opponent, he ripped his patellar tendon forcing him out of competition for several months.

Nadal backhand


Nadal Knee Injury on Tennis court


The Weight of a Champion

Around 1000 pounds of pressure was delivered to the knee joint just as the left heel struck the ground, causing an unbearable hyperextension of the knee just before bending.

Watch the Full Analysis

With the ACL and Medial Meniscus working overtime to compensate, Nadal felt a rush a of pain shoot into the fat pad around his knee.  The video below shows the tibia in a fixed position, with the femur still moving; a perfect recipe for disaster as Nadal goes into his fabled body rotation. 

The Layoffs

This injury turned out to be one of many for this hard-working athlete, with the most recent one coming during the quarterfinals of the Australian Open, forcing him to question the brutal regime of the ATP tour and whether his body can truly stand up to the effects of aging.

Weight on the Knee



Experiencing knee pain



Fear of Surgery

The biggest fear for athletes, especially once they go beyond the age of 30 is the looming spectre of surgery.  The risks, long-layoffs and indeterminate outcomes make them rightly weary, leading them to seek out the latest advances in medical science for alternatives,  

How Nadal Approaches Knee Rehabilitation

While they may be genetically gifted, athletes like Nadal are also cognizant of the subtle appearance of osteoarthritis or Degenerative Joint Disease  (DJD), giving them another area for concern.  Just like us, they cannot escape the affects of aging that escalate with a chronic knee injury. 

As you may expect, some of their solutions border on the space-age.  For instance, Its been reported that Nadal uses an anti-gravity treadmill machine to gently keep him in shape during injury layoffs, sparing his knee undue pressure and jolting.

Knee Rehab machine

However, it’s in the field of Regenerative Medicine that Nadal has often cast his gaze to seek an accelerated healing flight path, without the risks of surgery.  

For two consecutive years, Nadal specifically tested out PRP allowing him to recover 100% from a knee injury.    He also tried out stem cell therapy for his lower back, which we described in this recent sports medicine article several months ago.  

 It must be noted that while not every cellular treatment protocol has been 100% completely successful, Nadal recognizes that the procedures become more advanced and powerful each year, giving him greater opportunities to accelerate the knee rehabilitation process. 

Stem cells are influencing several areas of medicine,  including orthopedic procedures aimed at regenerating cartilage and producing an anti-inflammatory effect.  

Typically, this involves harvesting a patient's own bone marrow and fat cells to target joint damage, especially in the knees. 

Since Nadal may play close to 80 matches per year, each one grueling in intensity, there is a natural advantage to seeking out alternatives to surgery when injury strikes as per the video above.

“The schedule is crazy,” said Nadal.  “It’s crazy now, it was crazy before and it will still be crazy next year. You can’t make your body go to the limit for the whole year. It’s just not possible.”

To put his statement in perspective consider this statistic:  In 1992, the a ground-stroke reached roughly 60 m.p.h in the men’s game.  Today that speed may approach 100 m.p.h.

We are thus asking superhuman demands from our athletes. In return, they are asking for alternatives to surgery.  

While the video above demonstrates a specific injury to an elite athlete, the truth is any one of us reading this article may experience the same injury while running on the beach or playing catch with our grandson.  It could even happen at work while carrying a box up the stairs. 

But by observing the injury patterns we see on the tennis court and how super athletes respond to new forms of knee rehabilitation we can repurpose these approaches inside minimally invasive Stem Cell Procedures for our patients in Bonita Springs.

While none of us are machines, we can turn to science and technology to explore safer alternatives to surgery and a faster approach to healing the human body.  

Nobody is pursuing this approach more keenly that one of the world’s greatest tennis players, Rafael Nadal. Let's keep watching him - both on and off the court.


21/Aug/2018
medical-masters-slider-v2-1200x675.jpg

125 years ago the legendary Dr. Andrew Taylor Still, MD, founded Osteopathic Medicine, a profound turning point in modern medicine that ultimately led to the genesis of MedicalMasters.org. Please join me on this journey….

dr. steve coleman's credentials


Key medical milestones in his career as a physician.

1979

MEDICAL DEGREE

Michigan State University

Dr. Coleman received his undergraduate education at Michigan State University, laying a strong foundation in Internal Medicine.

1984

OSTEOPATHIC DEGREE​​​

Kirksville College of

Osteopathic Medicine.

He attended the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine in Missouri, which was the very first school of osteopathic medicine in the world. 

2007

REGENERATIVE DIPLOMA

American Academy and Board of Regenerative Medicine, or AABRM

With certificate number 42, he was one the first physicians to become board certified by the American Academy and Board of Regenerative Medicine, or AABRM

Dr. Steve Coleman, D.O

If you are currently experiencing knee pain from a previous injury or sports-related trauma we may be able to help.
Please schedule a Comprehensive Medical Assessment (CMA) to determine if you qualify for promising new treatments
in Stem Cell Therapy, Prolotherapy and PRP.


21/Aug/2018
cytokines-and-dr-coleman-press-release.jpg

Thursday, August 3, 2017:  Dr. Steve Coleman, D.O., Medical Director of MedicalMasters.org has announced the immediate introduction of ground-breaking Cytokine Medicine into his suite of Regenerative Cellular Therapies, including Stem Cell Treatment, that promises to simultaneously reduce swelling in knee joints and stimulate cartilage repair for those suffering from osteoarthritis and sports injuries.

Recent medical studies suggest Cytokines, a group of messenger proteins in the body, affect nearly every biological process in the human body including the potential for inflammation in the joint space area around the knee.     

By pairing select Cytokines with Stem Cell Therapy and PRP, MedicalMasters.org aims to shorten the healing process for knees suffering from Degenerative Joint Disease (DJD) and sports injuries that are not yet bone-on-bone.  Read full article of benefits of Cytokine Medicine on MedicalMasters.org

Future Cytokine Protocols will be available in a variety of delivery methods including oral, injectables, and transdermal creams, that will supplement the Stem Cell Therapy process and target chronic inflammation in the body.

While the short term goal is to reduce pain and speed up joint repair, the long term goal is to minimize knee replacement surgeries in the United States that are approaching 1 million per year.  The risks inherent in invasive surgery were highlighted on MedicalMasters.org recently.

“Cytokine proteins are being heralded as a breakthrough biological process in reducing joint inflammation and helping cartilage repair itself.    The introduction to our clinic will offer monumental benefits to both aging patients and athletes who suffer injuries on the playing field or tennis courts,” said Dr. Steve Coleman.