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A New Regenexx Website!

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New Regenexx SiteYou’re waking up this morning to a brand new Regenexx website. It’s a totally new look and new organizational structure, more in keeping with current web trends. The challenge was redesigning it all while still allowing patients to dig deep, which is something you can only do at the Regenexx site.

Our web crew at Klein New Media have been hard at work for months on this project, mostly because we have the largest stem cell website on the Internet with over 2,000 pages going back to 2007! When I see the latest new stem cell pixie dust website pop up, I often take a spin to see how much info is there, and I’m always left hitting a brick wall as I try to deep dive into anything—what they do, how they do it, who does it, what their training is, what they think about x…None of it can be found.

We plan on continuing to make small changes to this website over the next one to two months to ensure that we keep the unique “deep dive” property of the old website in this new iteration. If you find any issues or want to make suggestions to improve the site, please help us by adding your comments below!

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    Paul V. Ames says

    It would be great if your archives were searchable by topic, "osteoarthritis of the knee" for example. Thanks.

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    Chris Centeno says

    Paul,

    They are! If you look for the Regenexx Logo, and follow the headings to the right, the very last thing along that line is a little magnifying glass. Click on that, and it will bring up a line to put in what you'd like to search for. I put in "osteoarthritis of the knee", and it brings up all you would want. I'll take a screenshot, and email it to you now.

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    Sam says

    Some more red circles on pain diagram for other problems (e.g. thoracic spine, ribs, TMJ, peripheral nerves) would be useful.

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    Chris Centeno says

    Sam,
    That's a good idea! Here are some articles for the areas you mentioned: http://www.regenexx.com/tmj-stem-cell-therapy-2/, and http://www.regenexx.com/hands-numb-while-sleeping/ and http://www.regenexx.com/regenerating-radial-nerve-injury-injections/ and http://www.regenexx.com/thoracotomy-recovery/

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    Lauren Robinson says

    I absolutely love the overall look-and-feel of your new website. Plus, everything is so streamlined and easy to find. Great work, Regenexx, and Klein New Media!

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    Chris Centeno says

    Thanks Lauren, I'll pass that along!

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    Alex says

    Under the blog "Are hip and knee arthritis different diseases?", there seem to be missing comments and replies. The last blog date is April 25, 2016 and I recall I had a comment around that time but it is no longer posted. What happened to the rest of the blog?

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    Chris Centeno says

    Alex,
    Just checked and Dr. Centeno's blog is there in it's entirety. In reference to the comments, either that was the last date someone commented, or there might be a limit to the amount of space allocated per blog. Did you have a particular question I can help with?

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    Virginia says

    Very interesting information!Perfect just whnat I was searching for!

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    Chris Centeno says

    Virginia,
    Great to hear!

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    Christopher J. Centeno, M.D. is an international expert and specialist in regenerative medicine and the clinical use of mesenchymal stem cells in orthopedics. He is board certified in physical medicine as well as rehabilitation and in pain management through The American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.…

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