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Ankle

How Important is it to Take a Bone Marrow Aspirate with Guidance?

A doctor discusses the pitfalls of taking a stem sample from the bone marrow without the proper tools.
By |February 1st, 2011|Latest News|

Embryonic and Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells Have Genetic Problems

A doctor discusses why embryonic stem cells and IPS cells have problems that make their mass production potentially worrisome and why using the patient's own adult stem cells is likely allot safer.
By |January 7th, 2011|Latest News|

Grade 3 Ankle Ligament Sprain: Surgery vs. Bracing

A doctor discusses whether the medical research supports whether grade III ankle ligament sprains should be surgically repaired (ankle surgery) or treated without surgery.

Does Ankle Ligament Surgery Fix the Ankle?

A doctor discusses why surgery to repair an injured or damaged ankle ligament may not leave the foot and ankle with normal ankle motions.

Getting Rid of a Bone Spur with a Needle

A doctor discusses a new way to remove bone spurs in the ankle without the need for surgery.

Regenexx Featured in Life Extension Magazine

A doctor discusses how the patient's own stem cells may help repair orthopedic injuries such as knee arthritis, meniscus tears, rotator cuff tears, and ankle arthritis.
By |December 10th, 2010|Latest News|

Regenexx-SD Ankle Arthritis Testimonial

A doctor discusses how the injection of the patient's own stem cells into the ankle may replace the need for more invasive ankle replacement surgery or ankle fusion.
By |November 6th, 2010|Ankle, Latest News|