49 Wilson Street West Unit #7, Ancaster, ON, L9G 1N1

Phone: 905.648.6500

Arthritis & Sports Medicine Centre

Welcome to the Arthritis & Sports Medicine Centre

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Services

INJECTION THERAPIES


Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy


PRP INJECTIONS are a safe and very effective method used to heal damaged bone and soft tissue, and to alleviate chronic pain, using your own blood.  Platelet-Rich Plasma involves taking a small sample of blood and spinning it in a centrifuge to concentrate and separate out the platelets and plasma.  This concentrated sample is then injected into the painful area, where it repairs damage by rebuilding the tissue.


Platelets also contain growth factors and proteins which are very important in the repair and regeneration of tissue.  Therefore, Platelet-Rich Plasma accelerates the healing process and encourages the growth of cells in the injected areas.  Weak ligaments and tendons cause the majority of the pain and damage related to joints.  Platelet-Rich Plasma treatments strengthen these weak tissues, leading to improved joint and muscle functions with significantly less pain.

Talk to your Doctor to see if PRP injection is right for you. If appropriate have your doctor give you a referral. The script should prescibe the following: 

 "Please see patient for "your condition"  and possible PRP injection at your discretion" 


 

Viscosupplementation Therapy  

 

Hyaluronic acid (HA) is a naturally occurring substance found in the synovial (joint) fluid. It acts as a lubricant to enable bones to move smoothly over each other and as a shock absorber for joint loads.  In people with osteoarthritis (OA), this fluid becomes diseased and no longer protects the joint effectively.  The covering on the ends of the bones (cartilage) can also break down, becoming worn and frayed.  These changes may result in inflammation, swelling, tenderness and pain in the joint, which leads to a reduction in mobility.Although OA is most commonly found in the knee joint, it can also affect other joints such as the hip, ankle, shoulder or hands. 


Viscosupplementation is a procedure that can increase the cushioning and lubrication of osteoarthritic synovial, or joint, fluid. The goals of the treatment are to:

  • Restore the properties of shock absorption and lubrication to diseased synovial fluid.
  • Reduce or stop the pain from osteoarthritis of the joint.
  • Improve mobility.

Talk to your Doctor to see if a visco injection is right for you. If appropriate have your doctor give you a referral. The script should prescribe the following: 

 "Please see patient for 'your condition' and possible visco injection at your discretion" 



UPON RECEIPT OF YOUR DOCTOR'S REFERRAL, PLEASE CONTACT BELOW FOR BOOKING INFORMATION AND INJECTION CLINIC DATES  WITH DR. ADILI & DR. WINEMAKER: 

  • CONTACT DR. ADILI'S OFFICE AT: 905-521-6062 
  • CONTACT DR. WiNEMAKER'S OFFICE AT: 905-304-9297 

Doctors

Dr. Justin de Beer

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Orthopaedic Surgeon

 Dr. Justin de Beer completed his orthopaedic training at the University of Cape Town. He then went on to do a 2 year fellowship in arthroplasty through the University of Toronto. His primary focus is on hip and knee arthroplasty including both primary and revision surgery. Dr. de Beer is currently the director of the Hamilton Arthroplasty Group research centre and past site Chief of Surgery and Orthopaedic Surgery at the Henderson (now Juravinski) Hospital in Hamilton. He is an active member of the McMaster University Orthopaedic faculty with an interest in teaching both undergraduates and postgraduates.

Dr. de Beer’s research interest is on the outcomes of adult total joint replacement surgery. He has more than 60 peer-reviewed publications and multiple presentations at national and international scientific meetings to his credit. He has been awarded the Queen’s golden jubilee medal as well as a Cornerstone award from Hamilton Health Sciences and a Merit award from the McMaster Orthopaedic program for his contributions in his field.

Dr. Mitchell Winemaker

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Orthopaedic Surgeon

 Dr. Mitchell Winemaker graduated from the University of Toronto medical school program in 1991 and received his residency training in Orthopaedic Surgery at the University of Western Ontario. This was followed by Fellowship training in Adult Joint Reconstructive Surgery (primarily of the hip and knee) at Harvard University. He obtained his Fellowship of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada in 1997.

Since April of 1999, he has been a practicing Orthopaedic Surgeon at the Juravinski Hospital in Hamilton where he holds admitting and surgical privileges and is currently the Site Chief of Orthopaedics Surgery and the Director of the Regional Joint Assessment Program for our local integrated health network. Dr. Winemaker is also a part time Clinical Associate Professor at McMaster University where he is involved in clinical research and the training of future Orthopaedic Surgeons.




Dr. Anthony Adili

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Orthopaedic Surgeon

 Dr. Adili is an orthopedic surgeon at St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton, specializing in sport medicine and lower extremity reconstruction. He spent one year at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota where he performed lower extremity reconstruction and trauma. He is the Chief of Surgery and the Head of Orthopaedics at St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton. At McMaster University, he is an Associate Professor in Faculty of Health Sciences, Department of Surgery. His professional affiliations include the Ontario Orthopaedic Association, Canadian Orthopaedic Association, Association of Professional Engineers of Ontario (APED), Canadian Medical Association, Ontario Medical Association and the Hamilton Academy of Medicine.




Book an Appointment

1.905.648.6500

 Our dedicated team of highly educated professionals are here to provide you with comprehensive rehabilitation services. Call us today.  

Arthritis & Sports Medicine Centre

49 Wilson Street West Unit #7, Ancaster, ON, L9G 1N1

Phone: 905.648.6500 Fax: 905.648.6515 Email: info@asmc.ca

Hours

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08:30 a.m. – 07:00 p.m.