How Regenerative Medicine Treated Hockey Player's Concussion


Research shows repeated concussions can lead to permanent brain damage if left untreated. The science we know today wasn’t so understood back in 2007 when Philadelphia Flyers player, Simon Gagné, was sidelined by multiple concussions in a single season. The incidents left Gagné with severe headaches and uncertainty as to whether he would ever play professional hockey again. Thankfully, Dr. Scott Greenberg, a pioneer of regenerative medicine, knew his specialized treatment and medical expertise could give Gagné the best chance of getting back on the ice. In this video, SportsNet reports how Dr. Greenberg’s approach was a game-changer for concussion treatment.

Today, Dr. Greenberg helps many patients at his practice, Greenberg Regenerative Medicine, in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. Explore your regenerative and integrative medicine options by calling 833-593-3018. You can also learn more on his website:

#ConcussionTreatment #PhiladelphiaFlyers #RegenerativeMedicine

A world-renowned integrative and regenerative physician, Scott Greenberg, MD performs approximately 4,000 procedures each year, and has treated many star/MVP athletes from teams. Dr. Greenberg is a pioneering leader in developing non-surgical regenerative therapies, such as prolotherapy, PRP and stem cell, and has had great success in treating patients from around the world with a wide variety of problems.

Dr. Greenberg serves as the chair of the Institutional Review Board of the American Association of Stem Cell Physicians and is a founding board member. He is also a consulting physician for DSM, a leader in regenerative biological medicine, and was a member of the first team to publish a case study to repair a meniscus tear using autologous stem cell therapy. Dr. Greenberg also has the distinction to be selected and accredited as Director of the Regenerative Medicine team at the Dee Adams Center for Integrative and Regenerative Medicine at the Bryn Mawr Hospital.


Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.