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WTWO NBC 2 in Terre Haute Indiana runs Dr Lox Stem Cell Story

Sep 08, 2015

Terre Haute Indiana was one of many NBC affiliates that picked up the story of world-leading stem cell expert Dennis M. Lox, MD,. Dr. Lox’s patient, Judy Loar was interviewed by Tampa Bay’s WTWO NBC Newsporter Gayle Guardo, after sustaining a serious near-death experience after a total knee replacement. She consulted Dr. Lox and had successful Stem Cell therapy to her other knee. Another patient, local farmer Jim Virotsko, saw the news story on Ms. Loar and consulted Dr. Lox…

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Chronic Shoulder Problems and Shoulder Pain: Rotator Cuff Tear Treated With Stem Cells

Sep 04, 2015

Chronic shoulder pain and ailments may be due to many different causes. Some shoulder pain problems may be treated with stem cell injections and stem cell therapy. Stem cells have been used to treat various musculoskeletal problems. In the shoulder, rotator cuff injuries, glenoid labral tears, rotator cuff tears, supraspinatus tears, biceps tendinitis, impingement syndrome, shoulder bursitis, and a variety of other shoulder pain syndromes have been treated with stem cell injections. Stem cells exert many effects. Stem cells are…

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Pakistani Woman has Stem Cell Therapy for Knees with Dr. Dennis Lox

Sep 03, 2015

A woman from Pakistan traveled to see Dennis M. Lox, MD, an expert in stem cell therapy. The woman in her 60’s, was not unlike many patients who consult Dr. Lox for knee stem cells. They frequently have knee arthritis and are told there is nothing left to do but eventually have a knee replacement. This essentially means let Mother Nature continue to whittle away at the remaining cartilage left in your knee until you no longer have any, or…

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Osteoarthritis of the Knee. The Role of Stem Cell Knee Injections.

Jul 27, 2015

Does stem cell knee treatment have a role in osteoarthritis of the knee – which is the commonest type of arthritis? This degenerative joint disease can occur primarily due to unknown causes. On the other hand, secondary osteoarthritis follows trauma to the affected area. The main signs and symptoms include: Pain and joint hotness Swelling Stiffness In the U.S alone the incidence of osteoarthritis stands at 13.9 % of the adult population aged above 25 years. As of 2005 an…

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Knee Ligament Injuries

Jul 22, 2015

Stem Cell Therapy Offers Hope Knee ligament injuries are common in all types of athletes. They are some of the most dreaded injuries in the sports world since they can abruptly end your athletic career. In addition to that, the injury can be debilitating and very painful. Since ligaments are poorly supplied with blood, healing is slow and the ligament may never heal completely. The existing medical practice has been ineffective in this respect despite important advances. But now, knee…

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Knee Stem Cells Results

Jul 06, 2015

Unlike many studies, knee stem cells results have been consistently promising. Many studies conclude by the authors saying positive things about the use of stem cells in the management of various knee conditions. In most cases, sign and symptoms of a knee condition will include some of those listed below. Pain Swelling Joint hotness. Reduced mobility. Fracture Broken cartilage Torn ligaments These are just a few of the many knee problems where researchers have used stem cells and observed the…

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Knee Pain and Stem Cell Therapy

Jul 01, 2015

Knee pain is one of the commonest complaints heard in a doctor’s consultation office. This is for good reason since the knee is exposed to many risks that can lead to all sorts of injuries or degenerative conditions. Traditionally, such pain is managed with common painkillers, corticosteroids, and surgery. However, knee surgery alternative is now available in the form of knee stem cell treatment.   Risk factors for knee pain. Sports, motor accidents, home accidents and accidents at the workplace…

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Knee Pain and Injuries

Jun 29, 2015

The knee may be injured from a variety of causes. The two most common problems encountered in the knee are osteoarthritis and meniscal tears. Other frequent problems of the knee include ligament sprains and tears, bursitis, and anterior cruciate ligament tears (ACL). If the blood supply to the surrounding bone is disrupted, leading to a loss of circulation, then that region of bone cells may die (necrosis). The term avascular necrosis refers to this phenomenon. Avascular: loss of blood supply…

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A Washington D.C. Patient Travels For Knee Stem Cells

Jun 17, 2015

Dennis M. Lox, MD, a Sports and Regenerative Medicine Specialist often sees patients from far away. A Washington D.C. Patient with knee arthritis decided not to wait for Dr. Lox to come to the Washington D.C. Metro area, he elected to fly to Florida and have a beach vacation after his knee stem cell treatment. Dr. Lox has many patients that opt for the stem cell- beach gets away weekend. Many patients are delighted that after having knee stem cell…

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Avascular Necrosis (AVN) of The Hip Treated with Stem Cells

Jun 15, 2015

Dennis M. Lox, MD, is an expert in the evaluation and treatment of avascular necrosis (AVN) of the hip with stem cell therapy. Dr. Lox is an expert in Sports and Regenerative Medicine and has treated many types of AVN including the hip, with stem cell therapy. The hip is the most common joint afflicted with AVN. Avascular necrosis or osteonecrosis occurs when the blood supply to a region of bone becomes impaired, leading to bone cell death or necrosis.…

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About the Author

Dennis M. Lox M.D. is an internationally renown Sports and Regenerative Medicine specialist. Dr. Lox incorporates Regenerative Medicine techniques such as cell science applications, Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP), and Tissue Engineering aspects, to help patients from around the world with a vast array of problems. Dr. Lox is board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Dr. Lox lectures extensively and has edited two PM&R textbooks, the prestigious A State of the Art Review (Star) on Low Back Pain, and Soft Tissue Injuries: Diagnosis and Treatment.

Dennis M. Lox M.D. maintains an active practice in the Tampa Bay, Florida area, and in Beverly Hills, California.