Muscles, tendons, ligaments, and bones: They all work together to keep us moving. When something goes wrong with any link in this chain–or with the nerves that signal movement–orthopedic injuries develop. Problems could be related to acute injuries, repetitive motions, or simply overuse, or they could be due to degenerative arthritis or other underlying disease states. Many orthopedic injuries are in the back, neck, knees, and hips, but they can crop up in areas throughout the body: the wrist (carpal tunnel syndrome), elbow (tennis elbow), fingers (trigger finger), hand (Dupuytren’s contracture), as well as in the feet and ankles. Anti-inflammatory medications, physical therapy, and, other treatments may help, but regenerative medicine for orthopedic injuries is worth considering.