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PSM Symptom Checker

Disclaimer: The PSM Symptom Checker is for educational purposes to help you potentially understand your injury better, but is not intended to self-diagnose or treat yourself, and should not be substituted for professional medical evaluation.

1. Select your body area

2. Select your symptoms

3. Select possible procedures

Please select your body area and symptoms in the step 1 and 2 to display all possible procedures.

All Procedures Listed Below

Knee

A2M Therapy

A2M is a naturally occurring molecule that is already found in your blood. While it is naturally occurring and protective of the human body it is difficult for it to travel to joint or disc space because of its large size and complex nature. The A2M molecule has two binding areas that capture proteases, destructive enzymes. After binding with those destructive enzymes the A2M molecules natural are eliminated through normal body processes

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ACL Reconstruction

The diagnosis of an ACL tear is made on history and examination with 95% accuracy. Patients who have an ACL tear often feel that the knee came apart and came back together. They may have felt a “pop” in their knee during the initial injury, or that the knee gives-out from under them.

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ACL Revision Surgery

Even after a successful reconstruction, it is possible to re-injure the ACL. Most primary ACL reconstruction surgeries have an 80-90% success rate; however acl revision surgery  may be needed if poor reconstruction, poor rehabilitation, or re-injury occurs.

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Aminovo Therapy

Aminovo is an in office biologics treatment done through injection. The foundation of Aminovo is a human amniotic membrane/tissue. This is similar to what is commonly known as cord blood.

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Meniscus Tear

Meniscus tears usually occur during movements that forcefully rotate the knee while bearing weight, such as in sports or running for a bus, but can also occur during stretches and yoga as well. The swelling is often not immediate, and can be mild.

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Robotic Partial Knee Replacement

Knees do not wear out evenly. Sometimes one part of the knee is perfectly fine while another part is completely destroyed. Depending on where the damage is in your knee, a partial knee replacement may be an option for you.

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Stem Cell Therapy

Stem cell therapy is an option for those looking for an alternative to surgery or potentially total joint replacement. It happens within one day and not even remotely have the recovery period as a surgery does. Patients are generally able to return back to their normal daily routine immediately.

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Shoulder

A2M Therapy

A2M is a naturally occurring molecule that is already found in your blood. While it is naturally occurring and protective of the human body it is difficult for it to travel to joint or disc space because of its large size and complex nature. The A2M molecule has two binding areas that capture proteases, destructive enzymes. After binding with those destructive enzymes the A2M molecules natural are eliminated through normal body processes

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AC Joint Separation

The acromioclavicular joint, or AC joint, is a joint at the top of the shoulder. It is the junction between the acromion (part of the scapula that forms the highest point of the shoulder) and the clavicle. The AC joint allows the ability to raise the arm above the head.

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Aminovo Therapy

Aminovo is an in office biologics treatment done through injection. The foundation of Aminovo is a human amniotic membrane/tissue. This is similar to what is commonly known as cord blood.

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Stem Cell Therapy

Stem cell therapy is an option for those looking for an alternative to surgery or potentially total joint replacement. It happens within one day and not even remotely have the recovery period as a surgery does. Patients are generally able to return back to their normal daily routine immediately.

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Torn Rotator Cuff

The rotator cuff is a group of muscles and tendons that form a cuff over the ball (humerus) of the shoulder joint. These muscles and tendons hold the arm in its “ball and socket” joint and help the shoulder to rotate. The tendons can be torn from overuse or injury.

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Torn Shoulder Labrum

Treatment depends upon the kind of tear, age of the patient and goals of the patient. Sometimes these tears are managed successfully without surgery, but if surgery is necessary, it can be done arthroscopically. This means an excellent repair can be done with a small camera and specialized equipment that are inserted through very small incisions leaving virtually no scars but a solid repair.

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