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I would like to get a better idea of the frequency and duration to use your two products for my son.  This is in conjunction to physical therapy and modified sports activities. He is 11 years and has been diagnosed with Osteochondritis Dissecans.  A simple schedule to follow will be idea :).  I have purchased your products and plan to start my son on his treatment plan asap.

Please help:)

Questions & Answers About Our Products / Re: Osteochondrits
« on: February 15, 2014, 02:50:19 AM »
I will give them a shot.. Initial recommendation is 6 months without sports.. I am hopeful your products can speed his recovery.

Thank you.

Questions & Answers About Our Products / Osteochondrits
« on: February 14, 2014, 03:09:36 AM »
My son and I recently were informed he as OCD.  He is 11 years and and active.  His knee was injured playing baseball. As he slid into home plate the catcher  drove on his knee in an attempt to retrieve the baseball.  MRI and Xray indicated an area on his fibula that was rough instead of smooth.  Dr. stated the area lacked blood circulation and recommended to pull him out of sports complete for 6 months to allow the bone/trauma area to heal. 

Do you have a product to recommend that may help?
Are your products one size fits all or do you have youth sizes and adult?

Osteochondritis Dissecans of Knee (OCD)

What is osteochondritis dissecans (OCD)?

A lesion of the cartilage and bone due to necrosis and loss of continuity of the underlying bone. The OCD lesion can remain in contact with the adjacent bone, maybe partially separated or completely separated. The articular cartilage surface may be intact or may be breached allowing communication of the joint fluid with the bone.

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