On this episode of the Regenerative Medicine Report Siddharth Tambar MD discusses the concept of biotensegrity within the framework of understanding the musculoskeletal system and regenerative medicine treatments. Biotensegrity is the physiological “glue” that holds the musculoskeletal system together. It is a key concept in understanding prolotherapy, which in turn is a key concept in understanding regenerative medicine.
On this episode of the Regenerative Medicine Report Don Buford MD is interviewed by Siddharth Tambar MD. Dr Buford is an Orthopedic surgeon at the Sports Medicine Clinic of North Texas, founder of the Dallas PRP and Stem cell institute, founder of the Las Vegas Orthobiologic and MSK Ultrasound Course, and one of the founding Editors of the Biologic Orthopedic Journal. Topics discussed include Dr Buford’s involvement in regenerative medicine and how he utilizes orthobiologics in his clinical practice non surgically and augmenting surgical procedures. We also discuss Dr Buford’s utilization of ultrasound in his orthopedic practice. And also current challenges in regenerative medicine.
Understanding orthobiologics is an essential aspect of regenerative medicine. This video podcast goes over the basics of what you need to know and understand to make sense of the current available orthobiologic treatments available at this time.