PRECEPT: REVOLUTIONARY STEM CELL TREATMENTS WITH CHADWICK PRODROMOS, MD '75 - FEB 16, 2017
Join fellow Tigers, Parents, and Friends of the Princeton Club of Chicago as we engage "precept-style" over dinner and learn how stem cell treatments are revolutionizing medicine. New hope for arthritis, sports & spine injury, MS, ALS, glaucoma, Parkinson's, cancer, and many others is emerging from this transformative technology.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 2017
MAGGIANO'S LITTLE ITALY
516 N CLARK STREET
PRIVATE ENTRANCE @ 111 W. GRAND
5:30 PM: MIX/MINGLE, CASH BAR
6:00 pm: DINNER & PRESENTATION IN PRIVATE DINING ROOM
PCC MEMBERS: $58 (includes tax & gratuity)
NON MEMBERS: $63
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PRP/Stem Cell for Arthritis and Sports Injuries is a 6 minute video featuring explanations and patient testimonials about some of Dr. Prodromos' work in this area. Dr. Prodromos will also discuss exciting clinical work being done by others, including a new stem cell treatment for MS and ALS that has shown some amazing results, as well as for Parkinson’s disease, diabetes, spinal cord trauma, glaucoma, and cancer.
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Chadwick Prodromos, MD '75
Dr. Chadwick Prodromos ’75 is an Orthopaedic Sports medicine specialist. An honors Princeton University graduate (Biology/Science in Human Affairs), he earned his MD degree from Johns Hopkins, surgical internship at the University of Chicago, Orthopaedic residency at Rush, and sports medicine fellowship at Harvard/MGH.
He is editor of the only comprehensive Orthopaedic textbook on the ACL, (2nd edition 2017), and is a reviewer for the three major Orthopaedic sports medicine journals. He is board certified in both Orthopaedic Surgery and Regenerative Medicine.
Dr. Prodromos is an Assistant Professor at Rush and medical director of a 501(c)(3) foundation sponsoring a prospective study of over 2000 stem cell and platelet rich plasma injections for arthritis and sports injuries - with 80% of treated joint replacement candidates able to forego surgery for at least two years.
An accomplished classical vocalist, he was awarded a Naumberg grant at Princeton to study voice/opera with the noted Ms. Shirlee Emmons from NYC, and sang the national anthem before President Ford while at Johns Hopkins, and at a New England Patriots NFL game while at Harvard.