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15 Year Old Bosnian Soccer Player with ACL and PCL Tear Consults Dr. Lox for Knee Stem Cells

Dec 12, 2018

Soccer Injuries and Knee Stem Cells A 15 year old Bosnian soccer player, sustained a terrible knee injury. The terrible triad is known as tearing the ACL, Medial Meniscus, and Medial Collateral Ligament(MCL). This teen soccer player did more. He tore his ACL, PCL, Medial and lateral collateral and sustained a bone bruise to the Medial Femoral Condyle. His father, also a soccer player, had torn his ACL and had it surgically repaired, the son wanted to avoid this, thus…

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80 Year Old Ex-Collegiate Football Quarterback with Knee Arthritis after Stroke Has Knee Stem Cells with Dr. Lox

Dec 12, 2018

An 80-year-old, extremely nice gentleman has had his share of problems this year. First and foremost he said “I want to get back to where I was in my college days, and second, I want knee stem cells”. Typically, when patients state they wish to get back to where they were when they are younger, it mostly refers to a physically fit level. For most football players 60 years ago, this means they need to lose a lot of weight.…

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Athletes and Knee Pain

Nov 12, 2018

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 presses, also known as military presses. Bench Presses and Squats Bench presses have been to the upper body, as squats as to lower body. However, both exercises have resulted in numerous athletes sports injuries. Being stronger as weightlifter entails heavy…

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

Oct 12, 2018

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 him to the elite realm of athletes. Knee Pain and Running Dr. Lox, an expert who truly knows the field stem cell science, has the experience and knowledge to design a Regenerative Medicine program.  A 5’2″ 300-pound woman with knee arthritis…

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Dr. Lox on Bodybuilding, Weightlifting and Shoulder Arthritis Pain

Oct 08, 2018

Athletes and Weightlifting Weightlifting, Shoulder Pain and Aging Dennis M. Lox, MD,, a Sports and Regenerative Medicine expert discusses athletes shoulder pain from weightlifting, sports exercises, and how to find knee pain relief with so many confusing options and opinions. Shoulder Problems Often many aspects of the shoulder are problems. The rotator cuff, the glenoid labrum, the shoulder joint may be arthritic, the biceps may be worn, a ligament may be torn, or a bone spur may be hitting a…

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

Aug 28, 2018

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 get better with knee stem cell therapy. Losing weight is not just easier on the knee, it also lowers risk for a variety of diseases. Patients with high blood pressure or diabetes often reduce or eliminate their medications after weight…

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Retired Virginia Naval Officer Seeks Consult of Dr. Lox for Knee Stem Cell Treatment

Aug 28, 2018

Virginia Man with Knee Pain Seeks Knee Pain Relief with Stem Cell Treatment Even NFL Hall of Famer, Derrick Brooks falls down and has knee stem cells with Dr. Lox.  Watch the video above to see. PART 2 – NAVAL OFFICER – WATCH VIDEO BELOW A retired Naval Officer who graduated first in his class at the Naval Academy was recommended by his family physician in Virginia to seek consultation with Dr. Lox regarding knee stem cell treatment, as a…

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How To Read A Knee X-Ray

Aug 15, 2018

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 to the knee joint.  The inside of the femur and tibia form the medial joint and the outside of the femur and tibia form the lateral compartment. X-rays show bones but cartilage, ligaments, and muscles can only be seen on…

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Ian Beckles, Former NFL Player/ Radio Personality Treats Knee Pain with Dr. Lox

Aug 13, 2018

Ian Beckles Opts for Knee Pain Relief with Dr. Lox Knee Pain Relief Ian Beckles, a former NFL Tampa Bay Buccaneers player, sought knee pain relief with Dr. Lox. He is a long-standing patient of Dennis M. Lox, MD,, a Sports and Regenerative Medicine specialist. Beckles is a long-standing patient of Dr. Lox who turned to stem cell treatment years ago for his chronic knee pain. Ian Beckles was an early advocate of stem cell applications for sports and orthopedic applications and…

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BMX Racer with Knee Pain Consults Dr. Lox for Knee Surgery Alternative

Aug 08, 2018

BMX Racer with Knee Pain Consults Dr. Lox for Knee Surgery Alternative  Meet Will Grant, a professional BMX racer, a successful model, and spokesman for the sport he loves.   He has raced in Europe and all over the United States until his chronic knee pain worsened and he could no longer compete at the professional level. Will had an injury at the age of 12 that resulted in his first knee surgery, an anterior cruciate ligament repair (ACL) and knee meniscal…

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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.