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January 19, 2017

Seriously Y’all, Stop With The Antibiotic Abuse

Hello readers, it’s Dr. Richard Suzuki again and I’ll be writing today’s Celling blog.  I’d like to discuss the recent surge of media attention surrounding antibiotic-resistant bacteria resulting from the unfortunate case of a 70-year old woman who died in Washoe County, Nevada. Dr. Moncivais has discussed the subject of antibiotic-resistant bacteria in a previous blog, but given the renewed discussion over these “superbugs” as they care called, I thought it would be timely to re-address the subject. – Read More –

November 29, 2016

Latest Advances in Regenerative Medicine

Regenerative medicine has sprouted many fascinating therapies and is gaining popularity in the field of medicine for spine and orthopedic applications.  Regenerative medicine is an umbrella term for many treatments, and I will cover the adult stem cell therapy derived from autologous bone marrow concentrate (stem cells and immune cells concentrated from a patient’s own bone marrow).  Below are some of my favorite 2016 publications that show the latest advances in regenerative medicine. – Read More –

October 11, 2016

Put Down the Z-Pack

Have you ever looked around at something you take for granted like electricity or running water and imagined life without it? If not, you should try it some time. It’s a fantastic exercise in gratitude, and also an excellent way to become a doomsday prepper. If you fall down that rabbit hole, you’ll probably start trying to stockpile medical supplies, especially those used for the treatment of infection. But before you start filling your walls with old bottles of penicillin, you may first want to consider whether or not it will even be effective when the time comes and how you can ensure that it is. Which brings me to one of my very favorite soap boxes: overuse of antibiotics. – Read More –