4 results for "Sports Medicine"

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.

Symptomatic Chondral or Osteochondral Defects of the Knee and the effects of MACI

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the safety and performance of MACI compared to microfracture in children aged 10-16years old.

MACI is an experimental product that contains your child’s own cells. MACI contains cells which have been grown from your child’s own knee cartilage cells. This study hopes to show that these cells can be safely given back to a child who has a knee cartilage injury and can improve the child’s knee symptoms and function.

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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