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EDWARD CAPLA - Director of Regenokine® Program

Edward Capla, Managing Business Director of the Regenokine Program at NY Spine Medicine, is a graduate of New York University and the Poznan University of Medical Sciences. His mastery and knowledge in the world of orthopaedics has been well recognized through his past work at NYU-Hospital for Joint Diseases (June 2002 - June 2005), as well as through numerous scientific articles published in various leading orthopaedic journals. He is a recipient of the Smith and Nephew Orthopaedic Journal's "Best Research Article of The Year" award, based on healing bone fractures.

Edward Capla has been instrumental in launching the Regenokine® Program on the east coast of the United States. The Regenokine® Program is a conservative and non-surgical, customized treatment of any type of inflammation in joints including arthritic toes and fingers, ankles, knees, hips, shoulders, elbows, wrists, carpal tunnel, TMJ, low back, mid back, and neck. This treatment utilizes an advanced biological approach on a molecular cell level to treat the pain, inflammation, and deterioration caused by osteoarthritis.

Edward Capla's expertise fits in perfectly with the patient-centered approach that is a hallmark of the NY Spine Medicine experience - an approach based on scientific evidence and the latest technology designed to fit the individual needs of each patient.

Edward Capla's research and expertise in scientific research along with Dr. Schottenstein's medical expertise and patient care is a winning formula.


Publications:

  1. Paper "Accuracy of the Axillary Projection to Determine Fracture Angulation of the Proximal Humerus"
    Accepted – Orthopedic
  2. Paper "The Effect of Postoperative Delirium on Outcome After Hip Fracture"
    Accepted – Clinical Orthopaedics Related Research
  3. Paper "Is the Ankle Stress Test Predictive of the Need for Surgical Fixation of Isolated Fibula Fractures"
    Accepted – Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery
  4. Paper "Staged Management of High Energy Proximal Tibia Plateau Fractures: The Results of a Prospective Standardized Protocol"
    Accepted – Journal of Trauma
  5. Paper "Hip Fractures In the New York City Elderly: The Effects of Weather and Seasonality"
    Accepted – Orthopedics
  6. Paper "Temporal and Geographic Variation In Hip Fracture Rates for People 65 Years and Older, New York State, 1985-1996"
    Accepted – American Journal of Orthopaedics
  7. Paper "Clinical and Functional Outcomes Associated with Monteggia Variant Lesions"
    Accepted – Clinical Orthopedic Related Research

Poster Presentation At The OTA

  1. "Lower Extremity Driving Function Following Ankles Fractures Treated Operatively"
  2. "Is the Ankle Stress Test Predictive of the Need for Surgical Fixation of Isolated Fibula Fractures"
  3. "Staged Management of High Energy Proximal Tibia Plateau Factures: The Results of a Prospective Standardized Protocol"
  4. "Functional Outcome After Ankle Fracture"

Paper Presentations At The OTA

  1. "Staged Management of High Energy Proximal Tibia Plateau Factures: The Results of a Prospective Standardized Protocol"

Poster Presentation At The AAOS

  1. "OP-1 Implant as an Adjunct to Mechanical Fixation in Humeral Non-unions"

Paper Presentations At The AAOS

  1. "Is the Ankle Stress Test Predictive of the Need for Surgical Fixation of Isolated Fibula Fractures"

Additional Publications

  1. Distal Radius 1 Year Follow-up – Comparison of 1 Year Functional Outcome To X-Rays
  2. Contralateral Stress View of Ankle
  3. "Prospective Evaluation of the Treatment and Cost of Pseudojones Factures"
  4. "Functional Outcome After 6 Months of the Prospective Database of Ankle Fractures"
  5. "Functional Outcome After 1 Year of the Prospective Database of Ankle Fractures"
  6. Ankle Fracture Database: At Least 20 PAPERS and more…
  7. "Lower Extremity Driving Function Following Complex Lower Extremity Factures Treated Operatively"
  8. "Lower Extremity Driving Function Following Right Sided Total Hip and Total Knee Replacements"
  9. "Op-1 Implant as an Adjustment to Mechanical Fixation in Humeral Non-unions"

Additional Significant Events

Tri-State Trauma Symposium 2002-2003

Smith & Nephew Residents' Research Competition - "Lower Extremity Driving Function Following Ankle Fractures Treated Operatively" won best paper amongst 1000 papers. Edward Capla was honored for this achievement in Memphis, TN.

Media and Press

CBS and NBC News Broadcast of Driving Study involving ankle fractures and total hip and knee replacements