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The rotator cuff is compromised for four principal muscles which stabilize the shoulder. Muscle Origin on scapula Attachment on humerus Function Innervation Supraspinatus muscle supraspinous fossa greater tubercle abducts the arm Suprascapular nerve (C5) Infraspinatus muscle infraspinous fossa greater tubercle laterally rotates…READ MORE
Cartilage is a dense connective tissue found in the knee where it provides a protective surface. It is composed of cells called chondrocytes. Unlike other tissues, articular cartilage does not contain blood vessels and therefore has poor regenerative qualities. Injury to the articular…READ MORE
Human Applications of MSCs The process begins by isolating a person’s own (Autologous) Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) from a sample of bone marrow drawn from their hip. The MSCs then divide in a natural growth medium that comes from the same person’s…READ MORE
Countless numbers of people suffer from knee pain on a daily basis. When this pain is due to cartilage loss causing bone to rub against bone, the condition is called osteoarthritis. Until recently, treatments for knee pain secondary to osteoarthritis has…READ MORE