Biologic tools may help surgeons push the specialty forward

WAILEA, Hawaii — Although it is still unknown which orthobiologics should be used to treat athletes with knee injuries, various biologic tools may be used to help identify such uses in the future, according to a presenter here.
“There are a lot of tools in the toolbox, and we have a lot of power as orthopedic surgeons and surgeon scientists and clinicians to push [the biologics] field forward,” Rachel M. Frank, MD, director of the joint preservation program and associate professor in the department of orthopedic surgery at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, said

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