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Press Release: MedicalMasters.org Announces Introduction of Breakthrough Cytokines Into Stem Cell Therapy Program To Accelerate Knee Joint Repair & Avoid Knee Surgery

March 12, 2018 by Steve Coleman
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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.