Stem Cell Therapies in Orthopedic Disease

Dr. David Frisbie’s current joint disease research is in two basic fields: 1) the evaluation of intra-articular therapeutics and their effects on joint disease; 2) new methods of cartilage repair.
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Dr. David Frisbie’s current joint disease research is in two basic fields: 1) the evaluation of intra-articular therapeutics and their effects on joint disease; 2) new methods of cartilage repair.

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David D. Frisbie, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ACVS, ACVS-MR, is an associate professor of Equine Surgery Colorado State University’s Equine Orthopaedic Research Center and a partner in Equine Sports Medicine, LLC, specializing in orthopedics and sports medicine. Frisbie specializes in orthopedic research, intra-articular therapeutics, new methods of cartilage repair, equine lameness, orthopedic surgery and biologics for the treatment of musculoskeletal injuries, with an emphasis on stem cells.

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