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Knee cartilage injuries and the effects of NeoCart Investigational tissue implant

Dr. Jones is looking for patients between the ages of 18-59 with certain knee cartilage injuries to evaluate NeoCart®, an investigational cartilage tissue implant grown from a patient’s own cells. The procedure uses regenerative medicine technology that could provide an alternative to the standard-of-care microfracture surgery.

If knee pain is stopping you from living your best life OR stopping a loved one from being active, then this clinical trial may be right for you. To learn more visit www.NeoCartImplant.com, call (504) 265-9090 or Text knee1 to 87888. Std. Msg. & Data rates apply

Medial meniscus deficiency and the effects of the NUsurface Meniscus Implant

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the safety and clinical benefit of a new artificial meniscus implant to treat patients with knee pain after meniscus surgery.

Articular Cartilage Defects and the effects of NOVOCART 3D vs Microfracture

NOVOCART 3D is a surgical procedure completed in two steps. This procedure utilizes your own cartilage in the repair of your knee. Microfracture is a surgical procedure for treatment of cartilage damage of the knee.

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