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M.S. (Orthopaedics)
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Recent advances in treating sports injuries are likely to be just the beginning. Watch for developments in these areas in the not-too-distant future:

. The need for surgery may decline as improved rehabilitation techniques lead to a more "natural" progression to recovery for more musculoskeletal injuries.

. Technical advances and new imaging methods will lead to better ways to diagnose and treat injuries.

. Scientists will gain a better understanding of the role of nutrition in inflammation and healing. Such knowledge could lead to improvements in treatment.

. Tissue engineering will become more commonplace. Early studies of cartilage tissue engineering are now underway.

. Using gene therapy, doctors may be able to modify particular cells to induce repair of injured tissues.