Category Archives: Knee Osteoarthritis

Athletes and Knee Pain

Athletes and Knee Pain Some seek knee pain relief in conjunction with shoulder pain relief at the same time. Weightlifting places excessive stress on both the shoulder and the knee. Often the backbone of traditional strength regimes is shoulder over … Continue reading

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ABC Action News Dr. Lox with former NFL Players Derrick Brooks, Ian Beckles, former Boxing Champion Antonio Tarver and Brandi Winans

ABC Action News Dr. Lox with former NFL Players Derrick Brooks, Ian Beckles, former Boxing Champion Antonio Tarver and Brandi Winans Dennis M. Lox M.D. was featured on ABC Action News with host Natalie Taylor. Dr. Lox was joined by … Continue reading

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Dr. Lox on Knee Pain Relief, Stem Cells and Running.

Running after having Knee Stem Cells Tom, a Kona Hawaii native, has 20 of the 40 worldwide Ironman races under his belt and knees. Most elderly patients with knee arthritis seek pain relief but for this athlete, his attitude takes … Continue reading

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285 Pound ex-Collegiate Weightlifter has Knee Stem Cell Therapy For Knee Pain Arthritis

Ex-athletes who treat with Dennis M. Lox M.D. for Knee Pain are Motivated This ex-athlete went from a solid muscular 200-pound athlete to a 285 pound,53 years old professional.  Not everyone has to be an athlete or former athlete to … Continue reading

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How To Read A Knee X-Ray

The 2 Main Bones The large thigh bone is known as the femur, which lies between two shin bones.  The larger shin bone is called the tibia and the smaller shin bone is called the fibula, which does not connect … Continue reading

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