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Steven M. Traina, MD is a Fellowship trained Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon with a CAQ (Certificate of Added Qualification) in Sports Medicine. After 38 years of surgery he is embarking on an exciting new career of Regenerative/Orthobiologic Medicine.
This new field encompasses the ability of the body to heal pathologic conditions naturally with the adjunct of specialized cells, growth factors, Cytokines, in conjunction with Physical Therapy.
Dr. Traina offers injections of orthobiologics. Viscosupplementation, or cortisone into the joint spaces, this will decrease inflammation, reduce pain and increase functionality.
Dr. Traina is doing extensive research, publishing, and speaking on this new field of orthopedics.
Conditions that Dr. Traina treats:
About the Consultation:
The consult is on a self-pay, cash basis since insurance presently does not cover this.
The consult includes a thorough history, clinical examination, and review of all diagnostic studies.
Initial Consultation Appointment: $350
Follow Up Appointments: $150
Dr. Traina will pick the best product for you
CryoText Wharton’s Jelly Allograft
($1000) CryoText is the most concentrated, non-coded Wharton’s jelly or human umbilical cord product this is rich in cytokines, growth factors, and scaffolding proteins. It is used as a replacement tissue that is intended to replace missing or damaged connective tissue.
($3000) Protext Wharton’s Jelly Allograft: ProText is Regenative Lab’s most concentrated Wharton’s jelly connective tissue supplement. It is processed to preserve Wharton’s jelly’s structural integrity and original relevant characteristics as observed in the donor and is intended for homologous use only.
I believe in a straightforward, patient cenetered approach to medicine. It is important each patient feel they are getting my full attention and best possible care. This is achieved through a strong history and physical examination, diagnostic testing, and patient education. Whenever possible, I try to avoid surgical intervention, but will provide excellent care if surgery is determined to be the best option. I feel it is important to recognize each patient’s individuality, and work together with the patient to attain the best possible outcome. My goal is to give each patient the best chance to return to those activities they love doing. I believe my team - consisting of myself, my physician assistant, and my medical assistant - is able to provide the most complete care to our patients.