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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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Ex-Football Player has Knee Stem Cells

Apr 07, 2019

Ex-Football Player has Knee Stem Cells A 400-pound ex-collegiate football player consulted Dr. Lox for Knee stem cells. His goal was knee pain relief. He was initially interested in weight loss, and the effect on pressure on his knees. After many questions, he decided on a combined Regenerative Medicine approach, along with a comprehensive exercise and weight loss program.  Dennis M. Lox M.D. treats athletes, and non-athletes alike with knee stem cells who desire knee pain relief, and a better…

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Hip AVN or Osteonecrosis: Dennis Lox M.D.

Apr 06, 2019

Hip AVN or Osteonecrosis: Dennis Lox M.D. Hip Avascular necrosis (AVN) is also referred to as osteonecrosis. Dennis Lox M.D. is an expert in Sports and Regenerative Medicine, with special expertise in AVN or Osteonecrosis. The hip is the most commonly affected joint with AVN.  Trauma, including sports injuries, leads the list of causes. What is AVN or Osteonecrosis? Avascular necrosis is a disorder of bone. It occurs when the blood supply to a region of bone becomes impaired. This…

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Ankle Arthritis Can Put A Hurt on Your Game: Regenerative Medicine Options

Feb 21, 2019

Ankle Arthritis Can Put A Hurt on Your Game: Regenerative Medicine Options Ankle arthritis can develop in younger age athletes which literally hurts, and hurts their game.  Some sports are prone to ankle repetitive injuries such as ankle sprains, or severe trauma. This can lead to early onset of ankle arthritis. One such sport is Basketball. Those who know the history of the sport can recall two professional Basketball legends who were affected by ankle injuries. Bill Walton and Kevin…

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Dr. Lox Talks Shoulder Pain, Stem Cell Therapy with Ron Diaz and Ian Beckles on iHeart Radio 620AM

Feb 01, 2019

Dr. Lox talks Shoulder Pain, Stem Cell Therapy with Ron Diaz and Ian Beckles on iHeart Radio 620AM Dennis M. Lox M.D. was invited back on iHeart Radio, 620AM studio to talk sports problems with Ron Diaz fielding questions on shoulder pain. Ron is an avid, long time weight lifter and has chronic shoulder pain as well, and recently had shoulder stem cell therapy with Dr. Lox. Ron Diaz first queried about the use of stem cells in Major League…

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The Future of Knee and Arthritis Pain

Feb 01, 2019

The Future of Knee Arthritis  Dennis M. Lox M.D. is an expert in Sports and Regenerative Medicine. Dr. Lox was an early practitioner in sports and stem cell therapy, and this experience has led to a unique perspective on knee pain, arthritis and treatment options. There have been many proposed treatments utilizing stem cell drugs under clinical trials for knee osteoarthritis. Knee Stem Cell Drug Clinical Trials One study, which is worth closely looking at, was the Osiris company, a…

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LA, California Tennis Player on Senior Circuit Consults Dr. Lox for Shoulder Pain Regenerative Medicine Stem Cell Options

Jan 23, 2019

Shoulder Problems in Tennis Players  A few common shoulder problems that occur in tennis players are: –Impingement syndrome-Rotator Cuff tear-Labral tear-Glenohumeral arthritis Tennis players are clustered in warm weather states such as Florida and California to take advantage of year long playing capability. Both Florida and Southern California be it the major metropolitan or areas of San Diego or LA (Los Angeles), or South Florida, Tampa Bay, Sarasota, or Orlando, all have great tennis and golf weather. Whether the Tennis…

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Difficulty Hiking with Bad Knee Pain

Jan 11, 2019

Difficulty Hiking with Bad Knee Pain Dr. Lox has treated many patients who engage in Hiking and complain of bad knee pain. What is really meant by hiking, and what effect does it have on your knees? A leisurely stroll should not be included. A patient once stated he was walking the beach in Malibu, but it was not difficult enough, so he wanted to go straight up the Santa Monica mountains. Not the same activity at all, and clearly…

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Your Bed and Your Back

Jan 03, 2019

It is not so easy to say “get a good mattress, for a good night sleep”. Try and go to a mattress store, lie on a mattress for 5 minutes and make a good decision on a several thousand dollar mattress. I did several times to my dismay. So have a lot of patients. The lesson is 5 minutes on a mattress may feel fine in the store, but does not equate to an 8 hour night on that mattress.…

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Tampa Sports Radio iheart Interviews Dr. Dennis Lox on Stem Cells and Denny McLain

Dec 27, 2018

The popular Ron and JP sports radio show on iheart featured MLB hall of fame pitcher Denny McLain and Dennis M. Lox on a interesting topic of stem cell treatments, sports medicine, and how the sport of baseball has changed.  The Expendable Athlete  Sports has changes. Competition is stiff to make it to Major League Baseball. Salaries are exorbitant compared to yesteryear. This has led teens to pitch more at a younger age, throw more, leading to more injuries, more…

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