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A Patient with Childhood Polio Develops Knee Arthritis in Opposite Unequal Leg

Jan 03, 2019

Knee Arthritis and Opposite Leg Problems A patient consulted Dr. Lox for knee stem cell for knee arthritis that developed after childhood polio. He developed a leg length discrepancy (unequal leg length) as the result of the polio. His opposite leg developed knee arthritis as a result of walking unevenly over time. Dr. Lox is an expert in Sports and Regenerative Medicine with a special expertise in degenerative arthritis. You don’t see Polio much anymore. Many years ago it was…

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Dr. Lox on Low Back Pain – Weights, Exercises, Diet and Stem Cell Injections in LA

Oct 17, 2018

Your Low Back and Your Pain: Exercises and Weightlifting A frequent question Dr. Lox is asked is, “What exercises are right to do for low back pain? What about lifting weights in the gym? Can stem cells help with their low back pain?”  Understanding low back pain, anatomy, and physiology are important.  There is no “one size fits all” exercise for everyone because not everyone has the same issue so not everyone should do the same low back exercise.  An…

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Mixed Martial Artist Consults Dr. Lox for Regenerative Therapy and Hip Pain

Aug 28, 2018

Mixed Martial Artist Consults Dr. Lox for Regenerative Therapy and Hip Pain Martial Artist with Hip Pain Chooses Hip Stem Cell Therapy for Hip Pain Relief A mixed martial artist with hip pain consulted Dennis M. Lox, MD, for hip pain relief. He researched regenerative techniques and the subject of hip stem cell therapy. This patient has been a mixed martial artist and a student of martial arts for over 20 years. His primary goal was to avoid hip surgery,…

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Kentucky Veterinarian / Medical Stem Cell Treatment Seminar

Aug 28, 2018

Human and Veterinary Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Science In 2012 a Veterinarian medicine seminar was held to discuss stem cell science and provided state of the art expertise on spinal cord injuries, organ diseases, neurological problems and of course orthopedic conditions. One area not currently developing in veterinary medicine is plastic surgical applications like facelifts. Another facet of stem cell treatments and regenerative medicine are the options and applications as alternatives to surgery. Healing Horses with Stem Cell Therapy…

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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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A Cricket and Soccer Player from Bermuda Has Knee Stem Cell Therapy with Dr. Lox

Aug 06, 2018

A Cricket and Soccer Player from Bermuda Has Knee Stem Cell Therapy with Dr. Lox A retired cricket and soccer player from Bermuda traveled to see Dennis M. Lox M.D. for knee regenerative therapy.  He was very interested in the science of stem cells and was interested in treating with Dr. Lox.  This patient was also a member of the Bermuda Parliament. He had led a very physically active sports life and the wear on his knees was evident. His…

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Knee Pain absent 4 years after Knee Stem Cell Treatment with Dr. Lox

Jul 21, 2017

Stem Cell Therapy and Its Impact on Knee Pain Dennis Lox M.D. Is an expert in knee stem cell treatment. Dr. Lox specializes in Regenerative Medicine utilizing stem cells for the treatment of sports medicine, musculoskeletal pain, orthopedic complaints, and osteoarthritis. Dennis M. Lox, MD, followed a patient consistently over time. At the 4 year anniversary of his knee stem cell treatment, he continued to state his knee pain had completely resolved. He readily stated his knee stem cell therapy…

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Hip Osteoarthritis, Regenerative Therapy and Stem Cell Therapy

Aug 21, 2014

Hip Osteoarthritis, Regenerative Therapy, and Stem Cell Therapy. Hip osteoarthritis is a common disorder of aging.  It is also referred to generally as arthritis. Previously, osteoarthritis was thought to be a wear and tear phenomenon. Current scientific research reflects osteoarthritis is a wear and tear disorder may have a genetic predisposition and is accelerated by trauma. Research also reflects that surgery will also predispose to accelerated osteoarthritis. This results in trauma combined with surgery is not only synergistically linked to…

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A Golfer with Tennis Elbow Treated with Platelet Rich Plasma

Feb 21, 2014

A Golfer With Tennis Elbow Treated With Platelet Rich Plasma Tampa, Saint Petersburg and Clearwater, FL What? A golfer with tennis elbow? That’s right, because “tennis elbow” is just a name when it comes to describing the mechanics of an injury. If the problem occurs on the outer aspect of the elbow, where the tendons insert onto the bone, it is known commonly as “tennis elbow” or “lateral epicondylitis.” If it originates from the inner aspect of the elbow it…

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90 Year-Old Receives Stem Cell Therapy For Back Pain

Dec 04, 2013

90 Year-Old Receives Stem Cell Therapy For Back Pain Tampa, Saint Petersburg and Clearwater, FL A 90-year-old female patient decided enough was enough with her back pain. When seeking out a solution to her back problems, she was not deemed a good candidate for surgery – which was probably a good thing in the long run. Being Internet savvy, the patient surfed the web exploring her options for relief. She had spent a considerable amount of time researching regenerative medicine…

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