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Knee Pain Articles

My Knees Feel Fantastic After Stem Cell Therapy

On routine followup after stem cell therapy to both knees, an excited patient proclaimed “my knees feel fantastic.” This is obviously what a stem cell doctor wishes to hear from everyone.¬† Of course this is not always the case as in any field of medicine.However, Dennis M. Lox, MD, a Sports...

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Dr. Dennis Lox Vetted For European Stem Cell Patient

tyle=”text-align: center;”>Dennis M. Lox, MD, Vetted For European Stem Cell Patient Tampa, Saint Petersburg and Clearwater, FL Dennis M. Lox, MD, an expert in Sports and Regenerative Medicine, was recently vetted by a concierge service that provides services to affluent European clients....

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Knee Arthroscopy: Can 1 Million A Year Be Right?

In the dawn of the age of Regenerative ¬†Medicine and stem cell therapy, can 1 million knee arthroscopies a year be avoided? The statistics reveal a 20-25% failure rate initially for arthroscopy. That is after recovery. Long term studies since the 1940’s have shown the long term arthritis associated...

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Marathon Runner Opts for Knee Stem Cell Therapy

An aging marathon runner hasn’t been able to keep up the pack. In fact his knees are so painful he stopped running altogether. He sought consultation with Dennis M. Lox, MD,, an expert in sports and regenerative medicine, to see if he was a candidate for Stem Cell Therapy. The marathon runner...

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Knee Arthritis after Meniscectomy: A Case for Stem Cells?

Knee meniscal surgery is one of the most common surgeries. Previously, it was done as an open procedure, now it is almost entirely arthroscopically done. Yet, as early as 1939 published reports noted joint space narrowing. In 1948, an English paper described in great detail the effects of surgery...

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Avascular Necrosis (AVN) of the Knee Treated With Stem Cells

Avascular necrosis (AVN) is a condition in which the blood supply to a region of bone, in this case the knee, has been disrupted. The loss of blood supply results in bone cellular death referred to as necrosis. Thus, avascular (loss of blood supply ) results in bone death (necrosis). A patient with...

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Knee Stem Cell Therapy: Alternative to Knee Replacement Surgery

The wear and tear effects of arthritis occur with age. Prior trauma or surgery can predispose to early onset arthritis or osteoarthritis (this is the wear and tear arthritis). Often patients are told, when the arthritis in one or both knees is bad enough, they will need to have knee replacement therapy....

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Knee Stem Cells – An Alternative to Knee Replacement

As people age they face the wear and tear effects of arthritis. Often, patients are told when its bad enough we will replace your knee. Now in the age of regenerative medicine, patients are seeking options  that are an alternative to knee replacement. Regenerative medicine therapies,such as Platelet...

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Stem Cell Therapy for Knees – Athletes Turn to Advanced Medicine

Knees are a commonly injured on the body – especially for athletes – who are extremely vulnerable to knee injuries. As more and more science points to trauma leading to arthritis, (surgery is on the list of trauma that leads to accelerated arthritis) more patients and athletes are seeking...

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