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Are EMFs the Next Big Thing in PRP Treatment?

Are EMFs the Next Big Thing in PRP Treatment?

If you think regenerative medicine and interventional orthopedics is the definition of advanced modern-day medicine, just wait. The trails are already being blazed to lead us through the next decade and beyond. The field of regenerative medicine is continuing to find...
Does Your Head Feel Too Heavy? You May Have Weak Neck Muscles

Does Your Head Feel Too Heavy? You May Have Weak Neck Muscles

Does your head feel too heavy for your body? Do you tend to get a lot of headaches? If so, the culprit might be weak upper-neck muscles. We’ll learn more about these in a moment, but, first, a few facts about the head. The Head May Be Small, but It Packs a Lot of...
Surgery Destroyed a Patient’s Knee and Hope

Surgery Destroyed a Patient’s Knee and Hope

At the Centeno-Schultz Clinic, we witness the destructive and oftentimes permanent affects of orthopedic surgery on patients. It can result in a deterioration of their function, an escalation in time, and, equally important, an erosion of their hopes and dreams. Knee...
Shoulder Labrum Surgery: Does It Work?

Shoulder Labrum Surgery: Does It Work?

Over the past decade, we’ve seen study after study conclude the lack of efficacy of many elective orthopedic surgeries, such as meniscus repairs, shoulder decompression, hip impingement surgery, and many more. Specifically, they show that the outcomes of these...
Activating Beneficial “Brown Fat” Regulates Metabolism

Activating Beneficial “Brown Fat” Regulates Metabolism

Did you know that the human body contains two different types of fat? One type—brown fat—is actually very beneficial to the body, while the other—white fat—wreaks havoc and is associated with weight gain and disease. Unfortunately, the former is much more difficult to...
Why a Back Fusion May Just Lead to More Fusions

Why a Back Fusion May Just Lead to More Fusions

Today we’re seeing more and more orthopedic surgeons fusing multiple back bones at once. Instead of a one-level lumbar fusion, which fuses two bones together, they’re doing two or three levels, which fuses three or four bones together. We probably don’t have to state...