Originally posted as a blog entitled "PICL Rehab."
One of the more common questions I get from patients who undergo the PICL procedure is what does the physical therapy or rehab program look like after the procedure. Hence, I thought I would dive deep into a program that anyone can do at home or provide a physical therapist so they know what we want. Let’s begin.
[Note, we have 4 blogs in the CCI series, but I decided to link these to a series of podcasts which include an extra episode 1, so this is now episode 5 of the blog to match the podcasts.}
What is the PICL Procedure?
This is our novel procedure where we inject bone marrow concentrate (a same-day stem cell procedure) into the ligaments that hold the head on (alar, transverse, accessory, and many others). The goal is to strengthen damaged or lax ligaments in patients with Craniocervical Instability (CCI).....
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