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Regenerative medicine harnesses body’s own healing power

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is changing the way doctors treat musculoskeletal injuries, arthritis, fa

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This pain-fighting spinal surgeon has got your back

Back pain can range from a nagging nuisance to a raging torture. Nerve and muscular problems, degene

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Knee work proaction: Cleveland Clinic builds orthopedic teams

With people living longer and staying more active in their later years, more people’s knees are si

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Dual surgery can clear up cataracts and astigmatism

One of the most common sight problems experienced by older people is cloudy vision due to cataracts.

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New treatments for enlarged prostate show success

According to Harvard Medical School, “by the age 60, half of all men will have an enlarged prostat

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‘Rock Steady Boxing’ lets Parkinson’s patients fight back

Dr. S. James Shafer, founder of Vero Beach Neurology and Research Institute in Vero Beach, doesn’t

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Age-related macular degeneration: Warning signs are clear

Age-related macular degeneration is the leading cause of irreversible vision loss in patients 65 and

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Consider looking into advanced treatments for the eyes

Eyes are often referred to as the window to your soul, but they also are undisputedly your window to

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Mr. Fix-it: Heart ‘electrician’ treats rhythm problems

The heart is a complex organ, and if for some reason it starts beating erratically it is important t

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Doc upbeat about new testing for cardiac amyloidosis

Cardiac amyloidosis has been around for a long time, but until recently it was rarely diagnosed, and

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Treating hormonal issues so kids can have ‘normal childhood’

Dr. Miladys Palau-Collazo is the only pediatric endocrinologist between the Palm Beaches and Melbour

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Advanced device can help you take control of incontinence

Urinary incontinence is embarrassing and seldom discussed, yet according to the National Association