Category Archives: International Medical Tourism

Hip AVN – Elite Soccer Player From Australia

Hip AVN – Elite Soccer Player From Australia Consults Dr. Dennis Lox.   AVN occurs when the blood supply to the bone becomes disrupted. Eventually, AVN  leads to ischemia and bone cell death (necrosis). For athletes, an AVN injury could be career … Continue reading

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Avascular Necrosis and Stem Cells

Avascular necrosis occurs most frequently in the hip. This is followed by the shoulders and then the knee. AVN however, may occur in any joint or bone, even the sesamoids of the foot or the temporomandibular joint (TMJ). Trauma is … Continue reading

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Dr. Lox an internationally renown Sports and Regenerative Medicine

Dr. Lox an internationally renown Sports and Regenerative Medicine physician that specializes in Stem Cell Therapy, visited Beverly Hills, California to discuss Stem Cells with a Group of International stem cell researchers. Dr. Lox exchanged ideas and opinions on various … Continue reading

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Puerto rican with Severe Knee Arthritis Consults Dr. Lox for Stem Cells

Puerto Rican with Severe Knee Arthritis Consults Dr. Lox for Stem Cells for evaluation of treating her knees with Stem Cell Therapy. Her arthritis (osteoarthritis) had been progressing over several years. Now she has been told that she should consider … Continue reading

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Dr. Dennis Lox Invited to India To Lecture

Dr. Dennis Lox Invited to India To Lecture. Dr. Dennis Lox presented his findings on treating athletes with avascular necrosis (AVN) with Stem Cell Therapy at a Regenerative Medicine conference in Spain. The Dean of an Indian medical school attending … Continue reading

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