Study shows promise of bone marrow concentrate for back pain

11/20/2013 | Pain Medicine News

A small preliminary study reported at the American Pain Society annual meeting found that autograft injections of bone marrow concentrate may help patients with refractory diskogenic back pain. Study author Dr. D. Joseph Meyer of the Columbia Interventional Pain Center in Missouri said no evidence of any disk regeneration was found, but the injections may lead to a "good long-term anti-inflammatory treatment that helps improve the body's ability to heal."

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