Woman Holding Foot

Feet are complex body parts, comprised of a dizzying array of bones (26), joints (33), and a host of muscles, ligaments, tendons, and nerves (120+). It’s no wonder, then, that even the slightest turn of the ankle or dropping of an object on the toes can result in great pain, strains, breaks, and more. Foot … Read more

Woman at Desk

Heed These 5 Tips For Better Posture May is National Correct Posture Month, which means it’s the perfect time to explore some ways in which you can achieve better posture. After all, correct posture is essential to overall health, resulting in a variety of benefits such as reduced back and neck pain, increased energy, and … Read more

TOBI Conference

Dr. John Santa Ana will be presenting at the TOBI Orthobiologic Conference in Las Vegas, June 20th – 22nd. During this conference, he will be presenting patient outcomes and tracking Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) and Bone Marrow Concentrate (BMC) treatments.

Can Sitting at a Desk Cause Body Aches?

Working from home or working in an office may not seem like a labor-intensive profession, but it can still take a toll on your body. Research shows that approximately 82% of workers spend most of their workday sitting down, and 65% of them develop musculoskeletal pain. If you have experienced pain from sitting at a … Read more

Woman Patient Receiving PRP Treatment

Auto accidents can be frightening and traumatic from a mental health standpoint, but they can be equally devastating from a physical perspective. From injuries to ligaments, muscles and tendons, to damage to joint tissue and fractures, auto accidents can produce injuries that take many weeks and months to heal. Many people turn to surgery to … Read more

Female Patient with SI Joint Dysfunction

Dysfunction in the sacroiliac joint can lead to low back pain and leg pain, the latter of which may feel effects similar to sciatica or pain from a lumbar disc herniation. Your sacroiliac joint is located next to the bottom of the spine, above the tailbone and below the lumbar spine. Connecting the sacrum with … Read more

Man Looking At Hair in Mirror

More than half of men in their 40s experience significant hair thinning, but the thinning process may start much earlier than that. In fact, 16% of adult men under 30 report hair thinning. No matter what age or gender you may be, hair thinning can affect your confidence. Let’s look at some ways you may … Read more

Couple Playing Pickleball

Meniscus tears in the knee can be very painful. Also known as a cartilage tear, a meniscus tear often occurs from a forceful twisting motion or rotation of the knee. These tears are common in athletes, but can happen to anyone. The meniscus, a C-shaped piece of cartilage, acts as a cushion between the tibia … Read more

2023 Year in Review

As we come to the end of 2023, the team at The Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine is hugely grateful to our patients, both past and present. We’re so proud of what we’ve been able to build here in Rochester, and we’re excited about all of the amazing opportunities we see for continuing to provide … Read more

People Playing Pickleball

The road to recovery after a muscle injury can be a long and painful one. Fortunately, the healing process can be speeded up by things like physical therapy that can restore mobility and lessen pain by using the body’s own natural healing process. For some, physical therapy and time are enough to get them back … Read more

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