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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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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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Hall Of Fame Amateur Wrestler has Knee Stem Cells with Dr. Dennis Lox Beverly Hills

Jul 17, 2017

A wrestler inducted into the amateur United States wrestling association consulted Dr. Lox for knee stem cells.  The Hall of fame wrestler noted that as he grew older he began having more progressive knee pain. Wrestlers are prone to a variety of injuries, and often wrestle with pain and injuries. It is part of the sport. As decades pass and their wrestling careers are over, they are often involved in various other sports to maintain fitness, such as weightlifting.  Dennis M.…

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Patient with Knee Stem Cells

May 07, 2014

A patient who received Knee Stem Cell treatment with one year ago returned for a followup with Dennis M. Lox, MD,.  Doc noted the patient had marked a reduction in pain, self-reported improvement in functional level (daily tasks that he could perform), and repeat x-rays showed signs of cartilage regrowth. X-rays or MRI evidence of repair is a metric. Interestingly, in veterinary medicine, the placebo response is not a concern. Racehorses treated with stem cells that were once lame and…

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Stem Cell Therapy for Knees: How a Veteran Injured Parachuting in Vietnam War Came to Choose Stem Cell Therapy

Nov 26, 2013

Stem Cell Therapy for Knees: How a Veteran Injured Parachuting in Vietnam War Came to Choose Stem Cell Therapy Tampa, Saint Petersburg and Clearwater, FL A Vietnam War veteran used to jump out of helicopters and parachute to landing zones. One jump severely injured his knee. Over time, as we’ve seen proven on countless occasions, trauma accelerates arthritis – as is the case with this veteran who has served his country. Now, he is being told he needs a total…

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