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Case Study 5

shoulder injury: 70 yr old female

Documented by Randy E. Moore RDMS RMSK


Treatment

Patient: 70 year old female suffering from left shoulder pain and extremely limited range of motion after a severe fall. 

Evaluation: MRI & Ultrasound Exam. 

Diagnosis: Several defects noted within the shoulder and rotator cuff, including a 1cm full-thickness tear of the supraspinatus tendon with a 3cm retraction, Buford Complex and Osteoarthritis. 

Treatment: 1.0cc of BioRenew® PTM Therapy™, PX50™


FOLLOW-UP

4 Months: Patient Reported significant reduction in pain and increased mobility. 

Clinical Findings: Ultrasound showed a notable remodeling of the biceps and subscapularis tendon.  Almost no sonographic evidence of increased tendon substance relative to the supraspinatus tendon. Persistent AC joint effusion with apparent diminished intra-articular debris.


images demonstrating notable change in treated tissue

 
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Pre-treatment

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Post-treatment

Pre and post images of the biceps tendon in short axis demonstrating a notable biceps tendon within the groove in SAX demonstrating increased echogenicity and fibrous echotexture of the tendon proximally.


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Pre-treatment

Post-treatment

Pre and post images of the biceps tendon in long axis which demonstrate increased echogenicity and fibrous echotexture of the tendon proximally.


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Pre-treatment

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Post-treatment

Pre and post images of the Subscapularis in it’s visible long axis acquired in a SAX plane, there is more identifiable echogenic tendon substance noted.


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Pre-treatment

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Post-treatment

Pre and post images of the Supraspinatus in LAX view, minimal sonographic evidence relative to increased tendon echo-density is noted.