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7 Years After a Knee Stem Cell Injection: Back for a Top Up!

how long does knee stem cell injection last

Cheryl (CE) is a 65 year old woman treated in 2008 with culture expanded mesenchymal stem cells in a knee stem cell injection who was seen back in the clinic this week. It’s always a “blast from the past” for […]

By |May 14th, 2015|Knee, Knee Procedure Outcomes, Latest News, Regenexx-C, Sports Injury|

Knee Replacement Cost: Prices Soar as the Outcomes Drop and the Complications Mount


knee replacement cost and complications

What does a knee replacement cost? There was a great New York Times article on Sunday that reported that patients without insurance (and some with insurance), as being priced out of knee or hip replacement surgeries. One of the […]

By |August 7th, 2013|Hip, Knee, Latest News, Regenexx-SD|

Meniscus Tear Repair? One Patient’s Report after a Knee Stem Cell Injection

meniscus tear repair

What does a patient think of meniscus tear repair with stem cells? I’d like to share an unsolicited e-mail I got last week. Jamie is  a 57 yo man who injured his knee in June of 2012 while fly fishing. We first saw him […]

A Fall while Skiing and a Failed Knee Surgery: Will a Knee Stem Cell Injection Work?

Can a knee stem cell injection help a skier with a badly injured, arthritic knee and a failed surgery? There’s ever so slight a chill in the night air in Colorado this past week. That’s often enough to get the winter sports enthusiasts thinking about snow. Growing up in Florida, we didn’t really have four […]

Helping a Severely Degenerated Knee with Stem Cells

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Can a knee stem cell injection help a severely degenerated knee?  DS is a 50 year old woman who was first seen in April of 2011 for knee pain on both sides. In the early 90’s she had a […]

What the Heck is the Knee Coronary Ligament and What does that Have to do with Stem Cells?

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Can an knee stem cell injection of her own stem cells help an unstable meniscus? What is an unstable meniscus and why should you care? LJ is a middle aged woman who loves yoga and running, but was diagnosed with a […]

Announcing the Regenexx Provider Network

Regenexx Provider Network

We’ve thought for years that we’d like to allow other physicians around the U.S. to begin offering our Regenexx same day procedures. The issue was how to do it right, so that we could attract top physician talent, […]

By |January 1st, 2012|Latest News|

Helping a Runner’s Knee Arthritis with Stem Cells

knee stem cell therapyHow does knee stem cell therapy work in a runner?  JC is a 64 year old with a long history of mild intermittent knee pain which was limiting his activities and which caused him to undergo arthroscopic knee surgery in 2007. […]

By |August 22nd, 2011|Knee, Knee Procedure Outcomes, Latest News, Recent Results, Regenexx-AD|

Helping a Serious Skier Stay Active using his own Stem Cells

knee stem cell injection

DF is a 54 year old who has been skiing hard and aggressive for 46 years. About 6 years ago he began to notice swelling in the back of his knees after a hard day of skiing. This past few years, […]

By |July 30th, 2011|Knee, Knee Procedure Outcomes, Recent Results, Regenexx-SD|

Further Analysis of Regenexx-C Data

Regenexx-C data

We’ve been re-analyzing Regenexx-C data for a scientific publication and came across some interesting observations. We’ve traditionally reported that hip arthritis patients tended to respond less often than knee arthritis patients to our cultured stem […]