Welcome to the Hack My Age podcast interview with sports medicine doctor Guillermo Recatero. Today we will be talking about how to stop arthritic pain and the degeneration of our joints and tissues through new minimally invasive methods like PRP and other regenerative medicine techniques. We want to learn about what we can do before considering surgery for pain from injuries and the degeneration coming from wear and tear.
ABOUT DR. RECATERO
Dr. Recatero formerly worked with the number one (in my opinion) football team Real Madrid (that’s soccer for the Americans). So you can imagine the injuries he has seen over the years with professional athletes who he had to get back on to the pitch in just a matter of weeks.
Dr. Recatero is a board certified Sports Medicine Physician who takes a functional and holistic approach. He holds a Masters in Sports Medicine Injuries, Manual Therapy and Osteopathy and a Masters in Alternative Medicine and Homeopathy. He is an avid learner and researches the latest science on sports injury diagnosis, treatment and prevention.
Dr. Recatero has treated my knee with PRP injections to regenerate the cartilage and help bring stability from a complete ACL tear and is now helping me get rid of my osteoarthritis in the hip. I have seen dozens of doctors in the last 25 years since I injured my knee. Most of them tell me to get surgery. I haven’t yet succumbed to surgery as I find alternatives that keep me running, jumping and exercising at a high intensity.
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