Tired of Joint Pain? Learn More About Non-Invasive Stem Cell Therapy.

Dr. Venuto’s practice has a large focus on non-surgical alternative treatments, including stem cells to regenerate cartilage in knees and other arthritic joints, and to accelerate healing. He has been at the forefront of joint regenerative medicine; using cells that have the ability to restore cartilage where needed. You may be a candidate for this … Continued

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Orthopedic Specialist Encourages Healthy Aging Plan: Keeping Knee and Shoulder Joints, Muscles and Ligaments Healthy For a Lifetime of Mobility

Having financial security in place for retirement is something we all try to achieve.  But with many of us working these days into our late 60’s and 70’s, what about ensuring that you’re healthy enough to enjoy it? When retirement arrives, planning to stay active and in shape can be challenging for some people. Why? … Continued

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Treating Syncope for Healthier Bones

Syncope, a fairly common fainting condition that can result in dangerous falls and injuries especially in the elderly, can be an underlying factor in a number of orthopedic incidents. As an orthopedic surgeon, I regularly see people (especially older patients) with significant injuries caused by vertigo, falls, or fainting. Broken hips, injured wrists or ankles, … Continued

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PRP and Tennis Elbow: A History

For a long time, the condition known as “tennis elbow” (technically chronic lateral epicondylitis) was treated through symptom management only, with surgery for persistent cases. Then, in 2006, Dr. Allan Mishra at Stanford began to experiment using [url=http://www.drvenuto.com/platelet-rich-plasma.html] platelet-rich plasma therapy (PRP) [/url] to hasten the healing process. Here’s a closer look at how Dr. … Continued

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Keeping Your Young Athlete Injury-Free

As much as they may like to think otherwise, teens are not immune from serious injury during sports. As parents of those teens, this makes understanding the ways you can help them prevent injury in the first place even more important, since they’re not likely to take those steps themselves. At my Newport Beach orthopedic … Continued

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Treating Injuries in Teen Athletes

Treating teen athletes whose bodies are still developing requires a very different approach from adult injuries. At my Newport Beach orthopedic practice, I break these issues into two different categories for more effective treatment: acute injuries, and overuse injuries. Acute Injuries Acute injuries are those that are sustained by trauma; sprains, breaks, cuts and bruises … Continued

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Changing Treatment Tactics for Kids

We often take the resilience of children for granted. Even though it’s easy to think that sports injuries can heal quickly or be outgrown, there are significant factors in growing bodies that change the way treatment should be approached. In California sports medicine for active kids who haven’t yet reached adolescence requires a whole new … Continued

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