Vietnamese Patient with Hip Arthritis Opts for Stem cells with Dr. Lox

Vietnamese Patient with Hip Arthritis Opts for Stem cells with Dr. Lox

Vietnamese Patient with Hip Arthritis Opts for Stem cells with Dr. Lox

A patient from Vietnam with degenerative osteoarthritis, or commonly known as wear and tear arthritis consulted Dennis M. Lox M.D. for stem cell therapy of her hip. She had tried prescription anti-inflammatory medications and cortisone injections to no avail. Her orthopedic surgeon recommended a hip replacement surgery. She had a friend who developed a severe infection after a knee replacement and was reluctant to have hip replacement surgery. Another friend had stem cell therapy with Dr. Lox and was pleased with the results.

She consulted with Dr. Lox in his Tampa Bay, Florida office. Dr. Lox also practices in Beverly Hills, California. After hearing the basic science of stem cells and listening to her options she decided to proceed with hip stem cell therapy with Dr. Lox. She was surprised at how simple it was and admitted she was nervous before hand. Dr. Lox notes that it is not uncommon that patients are nervous before stem cell therapy. Fear of the unknown is frequently cited. It is always the same afterward patients comment on how simple the procedure was that it was not worth being nervous over.

Hip and knee arthritis is a very frequent complaint as women age. The number of hip and knee replacement surgeries in the United States alone is in the millions. More and more patients are looking for alternatives to hip and knee replacement surgery. Stem cell therapy may be a viable option for some of these patients.

Degenerative hip and knee arthritis may occur as we age, but it is not just simply a wear and tear disorder. It is frequently more complex. Some times the pain is sudden, yet the x-rays may be significantly advanced. This can be viewed as silent degeneration of the joint. It may also be of slow onset with aches and pains over years or even decades.

Joint arthritis may also occur after trauma. Post-traumatic arthritis can occur even in patients in their twenties if trauma was significant earlier in life. Abnormal joint wear can occur with alignment derangements such as leg length discrepancy, knock knees or bowed legs. The most prevalent cause for excessive wear is being overweight. The typical American gains 10 pounds per decade. 20-50 pounds of extra weight will cause considerable excessive load on the hips, knees and ankles over time. It is not atypical that arthritis is seen in multiple joints as a result of this.

Trauma accelerates arthritis of the joints as well as prior surgery. Patients may have a combination of many of these factors. Lastly, there is a genetic predisposition to the development of joint arthritis. Fortunately, the field of Regenerative Medicine and stem cell therapy is blossoming and future prospects of earlier treatment and new developments should be bright.

If you’re in pain or had an injury and are looking for an alternative to surgery, in the United States, Canada or another country, contact us immediately at one of our locations. Our Main Medical Center located in Tampa Bay, Florida (727) 462-5582 or at Beverly Hills, California (310) 975-7033. www.drlox.com | info@drlox.com

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A California Golfer with Wrist Pain has Stem Cell Treatment with Dr. Lox

A California Golfer with Wrist Pain has Stem Cell Treatment with Dr. Lox

A California Golfer with Wrist Pain has Stem Cell Treatment with Dr. Lox

A golfer with a five-year history of left wrist pain underwent wrist stem cell therapy with Dr. Dennis Lox at his Beverly Hills, California office. The golfer is not sure exactly of an acute injury, but his wrist pain gradually progressed in his dominant hand over time. This affected not only quality of life issues, but his all important golf game. He elected to undergo wrist stem cell treatment with Dr. Lox a world renown stem cell expert. Dr. Lox has treated many different athletes from a wide spectrum of sports with wrist ailments including professional athletes.

This patient had an MRI of his wrist which revealed a tear of the wrist cartilage known as the triangular fibrocartilaginous complex or more commonly referred to as a tear of the TFCC.

The TFCC is in the center of the wrist and connects to bones in the wrist, and serves also to stabilize the wrist with certain movements. Dr. Lox has treated many athletes with TFCC tears with stem cell therapy to their wrists.

Stem cells are sophisticated repair cells capable of reducing pain that causes inflammation and invoking a repair response to injured tissues. Our bodies lack a substantial quantity of stem cells in our joints to repair ourselves this we can break down after injury and ultimately develop arthritis. Stem cell treatments serve as a way to help our bodies heal themselves.

Dr. Lox has been treating athletes and non-athletes with a wide variety of musculoskeletal and orthopedic problems for over 25 years. Dr. Lox was at the forefront of stem cell therapy in the United States, and frequently lectures to physicians, stem cell researchers and university professors from major institutions, including some of the most influential and world renown stem cell researchers in the world. Dr. Lox has lectured with two such professors who have been featured on 60 minutes for their ground breaking stem cell and Regenerative Medicine research.

Dennis Lox M.D. maintains an active Sports and Regenerative Medicine practice in Beverly Hills, California, and the Tampa Bay, Florida area. Patients from all over the United States and around the globe have treated with Dr. Lox.

If you’re in pain or had an injury and are looking for an alternative to surgery, in the United States, Canada or another country, contact us immediately at one of our locations. Our Main Medical Center located in Tampa Bay, Florida (727) 462-5582 or at Beverly Hills, California (310) 975-7033. www.drlox.com | info@drlox.com

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A Professional Boxer with Hand Injury Consults Dr. Lox for Stem Cells

A Professional Boxer with Hand Injury Consults Dr. Lox for Stem Cells

A Professional Boxer with Hand Injury Consults Dr. Lox for Stem Cells

An undefeated professional boxer visited Dr. Lox for hand stem cell therapy, as his hand injury failed to improve after surgery. Not only was boxing his way to make a living it was his passion. Being undefeated is not easy. Trying to box with a hand injury is very difficult. This boxer had trouble making a fist and punching without pain. He had a tendon and bone injury of his hand. Dr. Lox has treated many professional athletes with a variety of sports and orthopedic problems with stem cell therapy. All have returned to professional sports for varied periods, even those who did not improve with surgery. This list includes professional football and baseball players. Even professional ballerinas and pianists have been treated by Dr. Lox with stem cell therapy.

Boxers like martial artists strike with their hands. The inability to make a fist without pain or pain upon punching is detrimental to success in that sport. An undefeated professional boxer risks his ranking, undefeated status and monetary compensation by competing with an injured hand. For these reasons, this boxer sought the care of Dr. Lox for hand stem cell therapy. The boxer was referred by two of Dr. Lox’s patients who were athletes and did well with stem cell therapy. There are many types of injuries that occur in the tissues of the hand that may not resolve with surgery. Dr. Lox has treated many of these conditions. It is important to be evaluated by an expert such as Dr. Lox to determine the best course of action. No two patients are alike. There is no cookie cutter template for each patient. A personalized approach tailored for each patients condition, needs, and goals should be evaluated to achieve the best results. Dr. Lox uses this personalized medicine approach and has for numerous years to achieve the best results.

All patients, not just professional athletes should be treated this way. It is important to evaluate a potential physician who states they are going to perform stem cell therapy for their experience and training. This is true of all areas of medicine. One would not want to have heart surgery by a doctor who took an online course. Unfortunately, there are individuals who make claims without the experience in stem cell therapy. Professional athletes are generally referred by those in the know or other patients. Too much is at risk to trust your career to an inexperienced physician. There is nothing wrong with asking questions. Dr. Lox has lectured to university professors. Having your questions answered and having trust in your doctor is important.

Stem cell therapy may be a very good choice for certain patients. The knowledge of when and how to treat, especially professional athletes is important.

If you’re in pain or had an injury and are looking for an alternative to surgery, in the United States, Canada or another country, contact us immediately at one of our locations. Our Main Medical Center located in Tampa Bay, Florida (727) 462-5582 or at Beverly Hills, California (310) 975-7033. www.drlox.com | info@drlox.com

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Dennis M. Lox M.D. is a world renown expert in the use of stem cells in Sports and Regenerative Medicine. Dr. Lox has treated professional athletes from all types of sports, weekend warriors, and patients who just want a better quality of life. Dr. Lox is extremely thorough, and the knowledge of an expert such as Dr. Lox is invaluable, and this is why patients from around the world have traveled to treat with Dr. Lox for stem cell therapy at his Tampa Bay and Beverly Hills, California office.

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Patient from New York with Hip AVN states he is 100% better

A Patient from New York with Hip AVN states he is 100% after Stem Cells with Dr. Lox

A Patient from New York with Hip AVN states he is 100% better.

A patient with hip avascular necrosis (AVN) who lives in New York, flew to see Dennis M. Lox M.D. an expert in stem cell therapy in his Tampa Bay, Florida clinic. Dr. Lox also maintains an active practice in Beverly Hills, California. The patient elected to proceed with stem cell therapy for his hip AVN, after Dr. Lox explained the process, gave him a better understanding of avascular necrosis (AVN), and what to expect.

2 years later he reported to Dr. Lox that he was 100% better. Not every patient will report such success, however when they do it is extremely rewarding. Patients view success on different criteria. Some are not the same as the doctor’s viewpoint. Doctor’s tend to look at clinical signs or radiographic evidence of change. However, when treating thousands of stem cell patients as an experienced expert such as Dr. Lox has done, success needs to as take into account a patients goals and expectations. Sometimes these two goals and expectations are not realistic, especially when dealing with a condition such as avascular necrosis (AVN) and stem cell treatment. An experienced expert physician like Dr. Dennis Lox will discuss these issues before hand with all patients. AVN patients need special counseling on goals and expectations due to variabilities in age, the extent of AVN involvement, whether there are multiple joints involved, and if a return to sport is an issue.

Avascular necrosis occurs when blood flow becomes impaired to a region of bone resulting in bone cell death from the lack of blood flow. This is termed necrosis. The necrotic bone may be a small region or large. The necrosis may occur in multiple joints. The hip joint is the most commonly affected joint with AVN, and therefore stem cells for hips are the most common site treated. AVN of both hips is the most common presentation of multiple joint involvements, yet it may also present in a hip and a knee. Various other patterns occur. Dr. Lox has seen practically all types. Both hips, both knees, and both ankles were seen in one of Dr. Lox’s patients. The shoulder is the second most common joint affected with avascular necrosis. AVN has also been referred to by other names such as osteonecrosis, ischemic necrosis, aseptic necrosis, and bone infarction. All the names allude to bone necrosis.

Preceding trauma is the most frequent presentation of avascular necrosis. There are times where the trauma is not thought of as that significant as pain is part of the trauma. When pain persists beyond a reasonable time period or is out of proportion to the degree of injury, the diagnosis of AVN or osteonecrosis should be considered. MRI changes are seen early before x-ray images reflect any evidence of AVN.

Idiopathic or osteonecrosis (AVN) of unknown etiology is second to trauma in underlying causation. Sometimes the AVN is not caused by a specific process but has associated risk factors. These include excessive corticosteroid (cortisone) and alcohol use. It is not clear why some individuals who have excessive cortisone or alcohol intake develop osteonecrosis or AVN and others do not. There are many other associated risk factors involved with AVN.

Due to the complexity of AVN and the management with stem cell therapy, it is important to consult with an expert such as Dr. Dennis Lox. Athletes, in particular, have unique needs and Dr. Lox has treated many athletes with AVN, including high school athletes who were told they could not return to their chosen sport, and eventually did even obtaining athletic scholarships to college after stem cell therapy with Dr. Lox.

Dennis M. Lox M.D. specializes in Sports and Regenerative Medicine with stem cell therapy. Dr. Lox may be contacted at his office in the Tampa Bay, Florida area as well as Beverly Hills, California.

If you’re in pain or had an injury and are looking for an alternative to surgery, in the United States, Canada or another country, contact us immediately at one of our locations. Our Main Medical Center located in Tampa Bay, Florida (727) 462-5582 or at Beverly Hills, California (310) 975-7033. www.drlox.com | info@drlox.com

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Pennsylvanian Trainer with a Torn Shoulder Labrum, resolved after Stem Cells with Dr. Lox

Pennsylvanian Trainer with a Torn Shoulder Labrum, resolved after Stem Cells with Dr. Lox

Pennsylvanian Trainer with a Torn Shoulder Labrum, resolved after Stem Cells with Dr. Lox

A year and a half following shoulder stem cell therapy with Dennis M. Lox M.D. for a torn glenoid labrum readily identified on shoulder MRI, an athletic personal had another shoulder MRI and the radiologists report stated it was a normal MRI, where the prior MRI before his stem cell treatment with Dr. Lox was clearly abnormal showing the torn glenoid labrum. The personal trainer an avid weight lifter had to stop a significant portion of his upper body exercises with weights due to shoulder pain. An orthopedic surgeon recommended arthroscopic shoulder surgery to repair the torn glenoid labrum. He personally knew Dr. Lox for many years. He also was the owner of a successful personal training business, as well as a competitive weight lifter. Instead of shoulder surgery, he opted to fly to Florida and have stem cell therapy for his shoulder with Dr. Lox in his Tampa Bay, Florida office. Dr. Dennis Lox also treats patients internationally in Florida, and his Beverly Hills, California office. Patients from not just the metropolitan Los Angeles area treat in Beverly Hills but national and international patients travel to the Los Angeles area to be seen by Dr. Lox in Beverly Hills, California.

This patient had excellent progress after returning to Pennsylvania. He began using light resistance exercises, rubber tubing exercises, flexibility training, and ultimately returning to weights. He had previously prided himself on being over 40 and being able to do countless push-ups. He was unable to do this after tearing his glenoid labrum due to shoulder pain. His orthopedic surgeon stated wig or without surgery, he would not be able to do push-ups again.

When he returned to doing pain-free push-ups he was elated. He had a client he trained who was a Neurosurgeon. He relayed this information to the Neurosurgeon who was likewise impressed. The Neurosurgeon write a prescription for a new shoulder MRI to see if changes have occurred after the stem cell treatment. They were both surprised by the radiologist’s report of a normal shoulder MRI. Both were convinced after age 40 spontaneous healing of cartilage will not occur and the stem cells must have had a role in this improvement. The trainer then returned to the orthopedic surgeon who was not an avid stem cell believer, was without an explanation, but concurred that the new shoulder MRI was indeed normal and no trace of a glenoid labral tear was present.

A year and a half later the trainer and Dr. Lox spoke on the phone. He remains without shoulder pain and continues to do push ups. A pleased patient, athlete, trainer and business owner.

If you’re in pain or had an injury and are looking for an alternative to surgery, in the United States, Canada or another country, contact us immediately at one of our locations. Our Main Medical Center located in Tampa Bay, Florida (727) 462-5582 or at Beverly Hills, California (310) 975-7033. www.drlox.com | info@drlox.com

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Knee Pain absent 4 years after Knee Stem Cell Treatment with Dr. Lox

Knee Pain absent 4 years after Knee Stem Cell Treatment with Dr. Lox

Knee Pain absent 4 years after Knee Stem Cell Treatment with Dr. Lox

Dennis Lox M.D. Is an expert in knee stem cell treatment. Dr. Lox specializes in Regenerative Medicine utilizing stem cells for the treatment of sports medicine, musculoskeletal pain, orthopedic complaints and osteoarthritis. Dr. Dennis Lox followed a patient consistently over time. At the 4 year anniversary of his knee stem cell treatment, he continued to state his knee pain had completely resolved. He readily stated his knee stem cell therapy was an overwhelming success. Even his x-Rays had improved. He was a multi-sport athlete who began having progressive knee pain, declining functional level and eventual inability to play his preferred sports. Actually playing his preferred sports was not even an option 4 years earlier when he consulted Dr. Lox for knee stem cell treatment. His condition had deteriorated to the point knee osteoarthritis had significantly damaged his knee joint. He had been told a knee joint replacement would be in the future. Therefore at that time, his sights for improvement were focused on pain and walking, not return to advanced sports participation. After his knee stem cell treatment, Dr. Lox guided him with specific recommendations for his lifestyle and personal goals. Over a course of 6 months, his improvement was so markedly noticed, he began to return to running and then skiing. Both running and skiing require knee agility and subject the knee to great stress. Stressing a bad knee that has undergone knee stem cell therapy is like balancing a tightrope. A skill set best guided by an experienced stem cell expert who has seen all sizes, shapes, ages, severity, and sports to which these variables will apply to the regeneration and rehabilitation of a bad knee joint.

Stem cells are reparative cells. They are from our own bodies and therefore we don’t have a problem using them like we do when using someone else’s tissue. Stem cells are multi-faceted cells that can do a variety of tasks. The expertise of the physician, in this case, Dr. Dennis Lox is extremely important to know how each patient may maximally benefit from stem cells and increase their likelihood of success. Everyone has unique goals and desires that make their situation unique. Dr. Lox will work with each patient to help determine their best course of treatment to achieve their desired goal.

Dennis M. Lox M.D. maintains an active Sports and Regenerative Medicine practice incorporating stem cell treatments in the Tampa Bay, Florida area, and in Beverly Hills, California.

If you’re in pain or had an injury and are looking for an alternative to surgery, in the United States, Canada or another country, contact us immediately at one of our locations. Our Main Medical Center located in Tampa Bay, Florida (727) 462-5582 or at Beverly Hills, California (310) 975-7033. www.drlox.com | info@drlox.com

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A Patient From Palm Springs Opts for Knee and Ankle Stem Cells with Dr. Lox

A Patient From Palm Springs Opts for Knee and Ankle Stem Cells with Dr. Lox

A Patient From Palm Springs Opts for Knee and Ankle Stem Cells with Dr. Lox

A patient from Palm Springs, California consulted with Dennis M. Lox M.D. In his Beverly Hills, California office for persistent knee and ankle pain and stem cell therapy. Patients from all around the Los Angeles, California metropolitan area, other states, and even other countries fly to see Dr. Dennis Lox at his Beverly Hills, California office for stem cell treats. The pain had affected her ability to walk long distances. An orthopedic surgeon recommended knee replacement surgery, after she failed to improve with conservative management of arthritis medications, cortisone injections, and hyaluronic acid injections. The orthopedic surgeon also stated she may need her ankles fused. This was not an appealing prospect to her. She researched knee replacement alternatives and sought the opinion of Dennis Lox M.D., an expert in stem cell therapy in musculoskeletal and orthopedic conditions. Dr. Lox has lectured on stem cell therapy and Regenerative Medicine on the national and international level. Dr. Lox has also treated athletes from a wide variety of sports disciplines, including professional athletes with stem cell therapy.

Knee arthritis in women is a common disorder. This is followed by hip arthritis in women. The shape of a woman’s pelvis is slightly more prone to cause more abnormal wear than men. This is especially true of the inner aspect of the knee or medial compartment. This effect is magnified by being overweight and of shorter height. Stem cell therapy for medial knee arthritis is common. The outer aspect of the knee is less commonly involved than the inside or medial compartment. Lateral knee arthritis can be seen especially after lateral meniscus surgery. Again the medial meniscus is more frequently operated on in arthroscopic knee surgery. This type of surgery especially where the meniscus is debrided, snipped or trimmed results in an accelerated pattern of knee osteoarthritis.

Ankle arthritis can occur from prior trauma such as fractures or repetitive sprains.
Being overweight bears an increased load on the foot. Over time this accentuates the wear and tear effect. Genetics also plays a role in ankle arthritis of some individuals.

One or both ankles may be affected. Obviously, if both ankles are significantly affected with arthritis walking is problematic. Stem cells may also be a viable treatment option for some affected with ankle arthritis.

When the knee and both ankles are simultaneously affected walking, and doing daily activities of living can be hampered. This is where an expert like Dennis M. Lox M.D. is often called in. Dr. Lox treats some rather complex cases. It is not always straight forward with sports injuries in healthy athletes. Dr. Lox has given numerous lectures on the effects of osteoarthritis and stem cell therapy to both national and international audiences comprised of fellow stem cell physicians, scientists and world renown stem cell and Regenerative Medicine experts. Complicated cases can be very rewarding when the patient improves and has a better quality of life. That is what the practice of medicine should be about. Dr. Lox strives to maintain a personalized approach to each patient to try and achieve this goal.

If you’re in pain or had an injury and are looking for an alternative to surgery, in the United States, Canada and other countries contact us immediately at one of our locations. Our Main Medical Center located in Tampa Bay, Florida (727) 462-5582 or at Beverly Hills, California (310) 975-7033. www.drlox.com | info@drlox.com

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Hall Of Fame Amateur Wrestler has Knee Stem Cells with Dr. Dennis Lox

Hall Of Fame Amateur Wrestler has Knee Stem Cells with Dr. Dennis Lox

Hall Of Fame Amateur Wrestler has Knee Stem Cells with Dr. Dennis Lox

A wrestler inducted into the amateur United States wrestling association consulted Dr. Lox for knee stem cells in his Tampa Bay, Florida office. Dr. Lox treats athletes from around the United States and around the world at his office in Florida and Beverly Hills, California.

The Hall of fame wrestler noted that as he grew older he began having more progressive knee pain. Wrestlers are prone to a variety of injuries, and often wrestle with pain and injuries. It is part of the sport.

As decades pass and their wrestling careers are over, they are often involved in various other sports to maintain fitness. Wrestlers often lift weights as strength certainly has advantages to the sport of wrestling.

Dennis M. Lox M.D. A former wrestler himself has treated athletes from all types of sports with stem cell therapy. These athletes are weekend warriors, high school athletes seeking collegiate scholarships, college athletes, as well as professional athletes.

Dr. Lox understands the athlete’s desire to stay competitive and maintain fitness. Stem cell therapy may serve as a treatment alternative in some of these cases. It is important to understand the nature of the injury, the correct problem, and the athlete’s desires or goals to obtain optimal success. Dr. Lox is an expert in Sports and Regenerative Medicine utilizing stem cell therapy to assist patients and athletes realize their dreams and goals.

The hall of fame wrestler had heard of Dr. Lox and his reputation for treating athletes and was eager to proceed with stem cells to his knee. Arthritis or more formerly known as Osteoarthritis is a very common condition among athletes and non-athletes. The knee is second only to the low back or lumbar spine in the frequency of arthritis complaints.

Dr. Dennis Lox frequently has lectured on Sports Injuries and Osteoarthritis in Athletes, therefore he understands the science and practice of utilizing stem cell therapy in this patient population. Arthritis progresses over time, and prior injury or surgery accelerates this process.

Understanding the underlying pathophysiology of the entire degenerative arthritis cascade is important for an expert such as Dr. Dennis Lox to evaluate and treat athletes of all ages and sports.

If you’re in pain or had an injury and are looking for an alternative to surgery, in the United States, Canada and other countries contact us immediately at one of our locations. Our Main Medical Center located in Tampa Bay, Florida (727) 462-5582 or at Beverly Hills, California (310) 975-7033. www.drlox.com | info@drlox.com

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Knee Pain: Absent 4 years after Knee Stem Cell Treatment with Dr. Lox

Knee Pain: Absent 4 years after Knee Stem Cell Treatment with Dr. Lox

Knee Pain: Absent 4 years after Knee Stem Cell Treatment with Dr. Lox

Dennis Lox M.D. is an expert in knee stem cell treatment. Dr. Lox specializes in Regenerative Medicine utilizing stem cells for the treatment of sports medicine, musculoskeletal pain, orthopedic complaints and osteoarthritis. Dr. Dennis Lox followed a patient consistently over time. At the 4 year anniversary of his knee stem cell treatment he continued to stated his knee pain had completely resolved. He readily stated his knee stem cell therapy was a overwhelming success. Even his x-Rays had improved. He was a multi-sport athlete who began having progressive knee pain, declining functional level and eventual inability to play his preferred sports. Actually playing his preferred sports was not even an option 4 years earlier when he consulted Dr. Lox for knee stem cell treatment. His condition had deteriorated to the point knee osteoarthritis had significantly damaged his knee joint. He had been told a knee joint replacement would be in the future. Therefore at that time, his sights for improvement were focused on pain and walking, not return to advanced sports participation. After his knee stem cell treatment, Dr. Lox guided him with specific recommendations for his lifestyle and personal goals. Over a course of 6 months his improvement was so markedly noticed, he began to return to running and then skiing. Both running and skiing require knee agility and subject the knee to great stress. Stressing a bad knee that has undergone knee stem cell therapy is like balancing a tightrope. A skill set best guided by an experienced stem cell expert who has seen all sizes, shapes, ages, severity, and sports to which these variables will apply to the regeneration and rehabilitation of a bad knee joint. Dennis M. Lox M.D. has this experience.

Stem cells are reparative cells. They are from our own bodies and therefore we don’t have a problem using them like we do when using someone else’s tissue. Stem cells are multi-faceted cells that can do a variety of tasks. The expertise of a physician like Dr. Dennis Lox is extremely important to know how each patient may maximally benefit from stem cells and increase their likelihood of success. Everyone has unique goals and desires that make their situation unique. Dr. Lox will work with each patient to help determine their best course of treatment to achieve their desired goal.

Dennis M. Lox M.D. maintains an active Sports and Regenerative Medicine practice incorporating stem cell treatments in the Tampa Bay, Florida area, and in Beverly Hills, California.

If you’re in pain or had an injury and are looking for an alternative to surgery, in the United States, Canada and other countries contact us immediately at one of our locations. Our Main Medical Center located in Tampa Bay, Florida (727) 462-5582 or at Beverly Hills, California (310) 975-7033. www.drlox.com | info@drlox.com

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