What’s New

Stem Cells: What are they and what do they do?

Do we use embryonic stem cells? Short answer—no. The regenerative procedures we offer at RSI involve only the patient’s own (autologous) cells—harvested from blood or bone marrow—to initiate and expedite the healing process. Stem cells are an extraordinary—if...

read more

Stem Cell Procedures and Safety

In light of a recent unfortunate incident involving the use of fat-derived stem cells to treat eye disease, we would like to use this blog post as an opportunity to explain the stem-cell procedures offered at RSI and emphasize the measures our team of physicians takes...

read more

Seeking Interventional Spine and Sports Medicine Physiatrist

The opportunity: We are seeking an experienced, fellowship-trained Interventional Spine and Sports Medicine physiatrist to join our Sports Medicine and Musculoskeletal PM&R team as a full-time, salaried employee. Who we’re looking for: Top-performing physician with...

read more

Important Findings from PRP and Bone Marrow Concentrate Study

We would like to share an article originally posted by our close collaborator, The Orthobiologic Institute. This study conducted at Hospital for Special Surgery and Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine provides a comprehensive comparison of the cellular...

read more