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Old 10-05-2011   #221
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Familiar with the studies. Just a difficult topic to study with football teams that don't want to share their techniques. Know that the teams that use this process very much believe in it.

Even if it were a placebo effect, given the importance of confidence in coming back from injury, that might not be a bad thing. I think they should also give him the baby unicorn stem cells too.
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Familiar with the studies. Just a difficult topic to study with football teams that don't want to share their techniques. Know that the teams that use this process very much believe in it.

Even if it were a placebo effect, given the importance of confidence in coming back from injury, that might not be a bad thing. I think they should also give him the baby unicorn stem cells too.
I heard that Peyton flew to Europe for that treatment but it was ineffective...
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Stephanie, you've been quoted at The Red Zone.

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Stephanie Stradley of the Houston Chronicle reports she was told through a trusted source that Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson received Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy.

She did not receiver confirmation from anyone with the team or his agent, given their stance that they are not going to comment on the specific procedure. She has no details of the injury other than what has been reported "a slight tear in his right hamstring."
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I heard that Peyton flew to Europe for that treatment but it was ineffective...
This was performed prior to giving up the ghost and having his fusion surgery.

Stem cell treatments could likely be a legitimate reparative tool sometime in the future.
However, at this time, there are too many unknowns. How do you best harvest them.......from what tissues.........how should they be cultured........how should they be delivered........how much should be delivered........how should they be stored..........What approach of all the aforementioned will prove most useful for individual different problems.......and what are the short and long-term potential problems associated with them.......will these treatment results extrapolate from mice to men........lots of questions need to be answered before they will be generally acceptable to the medical community.
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If we, the fans, are informed then all the teams we'll be facing will also be informed.

I prefer to be ignorant if it gives the team an advantage because the opposing team doesn't know what to prepare for.

Transparency is all great and wonderful in business but in football, I want it totally opaque. At least when it comes to my team.
well then send out a newsletter to all season ticket holders giving them the truth about injuries . HAHA just wish we had confirmation on atleast one of this teams injuries.
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This was performed prior to giving up the ghost and having his fusion surgery.

Stem cell treatments could likely be a legitimate reparative tool sometime in the future.
However, at this time, there are too many unknowns. How do you best harvest them.......from what tissues.........how should they be cultured........how should they be delivered........how much should be delivered........how should they be stored..........What approach of all the aforementioned will prove most useful for individual different problems.......and what are the short and long-term potential problems associated with them.......will these treatment results extrapolate from mice to men........lots of questions need to be answered before they will be generally acceptable to the medical community.
Not to mention that a lot of stem cell treatments in mice have ended up growing into tumors. The hormone milieu that turns stem cells into nerves and other tissue is completely different when you are an adult. I'm hopeful that we somehow learn to control it, but right now it just as you said: there are too many unknowns to effectively use it.

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Never get tired of seeing AJ pounding that punk Finnegan, though.
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HOUSTON -- Texans All-Pro receiver Andre Johnson will miss Sunday's game at home against the Oakland Raiders and an unspecified amount of time after a minor procedure to repair a right hamstring injury.



We're not putting any timeline on anything right now. We just know everything went well. The doctor feels good about it, Andre feels good about it.


-- Texans coach Gary Kubiak

Coach Gary Kubiak said the Texans (3-1) would be "missing a heck of a player" against the Raiders, but would not put a timetable on Johnson's return after Tuesday's procedure.

"All the information we're getting moving forward is very positive," Kubiak said Wednesday. "We're not putting any timeline on anything right now. We just know everything went well. The doctor feels good about it, Andre feels good about it."

KRIV-TV in Houston reported Tuesday that Johnson is expected to miss three weeks.

Johnson went down in the second quarter of Sunday's 17-10 win over Pittsburgh. He rejoined his team on the sideline in the fourth quarter, without crutches.

"We're going to miss him for a period of time," Kubiak said. "We're going to have to have some guys step up and play well."

The 6-foot-3, 226-pound Johnson missed three games last year with a sprained right ankle, including a 31-24 win over the Raiders (2-2). The five-time Pro Bowl selection sat out seven games in 2007 with a left knee injury that required offseason surgery and the Texans went 2-5 without him.

Kubiak said he believes his team is better equipped to handle Johnson's injury this time. Jacoby Jones will move into Johnson's position, and Kevin Walter and free-agent pickup Bryant Johnson move up the depth chart.


The Texans also can turn to Arian Foster, the NFL's leading rusher last season. Foster took over the offense after Johnson was hurt on Sunday, carrying 30 times for 155 yards and the game-winning touchdown against the Steelers in the final quarter.

Johnson's absence also should create more opportunities for tight end Owen Daniels, who caught two passes in the fourth quarter against Pittsburgh, and fullback James Casey, who had five catches for 126 yards and a touchdown in a 40-33 loss to New Orleans the previous week.

"We're probably going to get played a little differently," Kubiak said. "When Andre's on your team, everybody tries to take him away. Like I said, we can't replace Andre. We've got to, as a group, try to replace all the production that he adds on the field. That means everybody's got to pick it up, and we'll have a chance to prove it."

Houston also may be without running backs Ben Tate (groin) and Derrick Ward (sprained right ankle) against the Raiders. Tate and Ward sat out practice Wednesday, but Kubiak was hopeful that Tate would be ready to play Sunday.
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The good news is that the Texans have more than just a passing game now. With Foster and a suddenly outstanding run-blocking O-line and a competent and hungry defense that delivered in the fourth quarter last Sunday, this is no longer a team that AJ needs to carry on his back. Sure, it hurts to lose him, but they aren't the same bad team without him as they used to be.

And if JJ can step up and OD gets his touches we can still beat the Raiders.
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Doc, I have a question. Would you explain us the difference in timetable with procedure and without procedure?
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The good news is that the Texans have more than just a passing game now. With Foster and a suddenly outstanding run-blocking O-line and a competent and hungry defense that delivered in the fourth quarter last Sunday, this is no longer a team that AJ needs to carry on his back. Sure, it hurts to lose him, but they aren't the same bad team without him as they used to be.

And if JJ can step up and OD gets his touches we can still beat the Raiders.
i think the raiders will be so concerned with stopping Arian Foster that matt schaub will have a good day
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Has Ward even played since he banged his noggin in the preseason? And how long is this sprained ankle thing gonna go on?

I'd feel better goin' into the Raiders game with 3 backs active as they seem to be made of glass this season. Not knockin' them, just noting all outside of Obiwan have been knicked up this year.....
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Doc, I have a question. Would you explain us the difference in timetable with procedure and without procedure?
If you read the posts on the last few pages of the other AJ Thread, you will see how I feel about this type of therapy.

In summary, this is a predictive HEALING algorithm that I have devised based of the available medical literature:

HEALING WITH PRP>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>YES

HEALING WITHOUT PRP>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>YES

RETURN TO PLAY TOO SOON>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>NO
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The title of the article is somewhat humorous.......Andre Johnson procedure 'went well'

Does this mean that his leg didn't fall off during the injections.........or that he didn't die from a massive anaphylactic shock reaction from the injections........or the that the injecting physician accidentally stuck himself but that there was luckily another physician present that was able to complete the procedure without sticking himself.......????

Results obviously could not be observed during or immediately following the injection. But, of course, the Andre Johnson procedure 'went well'
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Doctor's would not put a timetable on AJ's return.
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