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A Week In the Life of a Sports and Regenerative Medicine Stem Cell Doctor

Apr 11, 2019

A Week In the Life of a Sports and Regenerative Medicine Stem Cell Doctor Not all weeks are the same for Dennis M. Lox M.D., a Sports and Regenerative Medicine expert. Dr. Lox sees patients from all over the world, and some have quite unusual stories. This week was very sports oriented, with a lot of different martial artists. Dr. Lox’s schedule just works that way some times, there are many different types of Sports and Regenerative Medicine patients. Once…

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Dr. Dennis Lox Talks Stem Cells on ABC News with Teen Soccer Player with AVN

Jan 21, 2018

Dr. Lox Featured on ABC News Morning Blend Segment To Discuss Stem Cell Therapy When To Choose Stem Cell Treatment Over Surgery?  Natasha was first interviewed as a 14-year-old diagnosed with avascular necrosis (AVN) of the navicular bone in her foot. She failed to improve with conservative care and was told that the only course of treatment was an ankle fusion.  Ankle fusion was an unacceptable course of action as Natasha refused to give up soccer. Dr. Lox treated her in…

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Pennsylvanian Trainer with a Torn Shoulder Labrum Has Successful Stem Cell Treatment with Dr. Lox

Jul 25, 2017

Can Stem Cell Therapy Heal a Glenoid Labrum Tear? The personal trainer was an avid weightlifter who had to stop a significant portion of his upper body exercises with weights due to shoulder pain. An orthopedic surgeon recommended arthroscopic shoulder surgery to repair the torn glenoid labrum. He personally knew Dennis M. Lox, MD, for many years. He was also the owner of a successful personal training business, as well as a competitive weightlifter. Instead of shoulder surgery, he opted to fly…

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RN With Severe Knee Arthritis Undergoes Stem Cell Treatment With Dr. Dennis Lox

Jun 03, 2014

RN With Severe Knee Arthritis Undergoes Stem Cell Treatment With Dennis M. Lox, MD, A Registered Nurse (RN) with severe knee arthritis wanted to keep working. She was having more difficulty caring for patients due to her knee pain and was afraid that her orthopedic surgeon’s recommendation for a total knee replacement might end her nursing career. She instead did some research as she saw a news segment on television in which Dennis M. Lox, MD, had treated a patient…

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