Use of Stem Cell Mobilizer se2® as Part of Conventional Treatment on Ankle Injuries to Expedite Recovery in Professional Soccer Players
Garber M, Mazzoni P, Nazir C, Drapeau C.
Corresponding Author : Miguel Garber,
Clinica Quantum, Madrid, Spain. Clara del Rey 31-33, Madrid, Spain.
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Received : 2014-12-28 Accepted : 2015-01-15 Published : 2015-01-15
Abstract : Background: Ankle injury is common for soccer players. The number of peripheral blood stem cells (PBSC), is a key parameter in the extent of recovery. In animal studies, StemEnhanceÂ® shows accelerated muscle repair after induced muscle injury, and shown to trigger a significant increase in the number of PBSC. Determine whether SE2Â® could enhance the effectiveness of conventional treatment for ankle injuries. Methods: Twelve male soccer players were randomly assigned, to either experimental (SE2Â®) or control group. Both groups received conventional treatment. The experimental group received 12 capsules of SE2Â® daily for a month. The teamâ€™s doctor evaluated patients with soft tissue sonograms at days 1, 7, 14 and 21. The Karlsson Peterson Scoring for Ankle function was taken every other day. The acute ankle injury was similar in both groups. The participants were matched. The SE2Â® group experienced a significantly reduction in pain, range of motion and joint stability compared with control group. Recovery time was on average 17 days for the SE2Â® group versus 21 days for the control group. The use of the stem cell mobilizer SE2Â® in conjunction with conventional treatment reduced the recovery time from acute ankle injuries in male football players.
Keywords : SE2, Stem cells mobilizer, ankle injury, sport injury, stem cell, ligaments
Citation : Miguel Garber, et al. (2015). Use of Stem Cell Mobilizer se2® as Part of Conventional Treatment on Ankle Injuries to Expedite Recovery in Professional Soccer Players. J. of Advancement in Medical and Life Sciences. V2I3. DOI : 10.5281/zenodo.1000079
Copyright : © 2014 Miguel Garber. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.
Journal of Advancement in Medical and Life Sciences
ISSN : 2348-294X
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