proliferation therapy

pro·lif·er·a·tion ther·a·py

rehabilitation of an incompetent structure (ligament or tendon) by the induced proliferation of new cells; accomplished by injecting an irritating substance into the loose ligament or tendon, the resulting scar formation and contracture serving to tighten up the ligament or tendon as scar tissue proliferates; rarely used.
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Dr Suad Trebinjac, Head of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Rashid Hospital, has been frequently visiting the US to seek training in proliferation therapy.
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