Knee Stem Cell Therapy

stem cell for heart diseaseRegenexx® Knee Stem Cell Therapy and Platelet Procedures are breakthrough, non-surgical treatments for people suffering from knee pain due to common injuries to the knee meniscus, ACL or MCL, cartilage, or who are experiencing degenerative conditions, such as osteoarthritis. Traditional options for patients suffering from these conditions include arthroscopic knee surgery to repair ligament tears, or total knee joint replacement. With both surgeries, months of rehab are required, and the patient must be aware of and prepared to take on the risks. As an alternative, the Regenexx Stem Cell Procedure or Regenexx Advanced Platelet Procedures may help alleviate knee pain and the conditions that cause it with a simple office injection procedure.

Knee Conditions Frequently Treated with Stem Cell Therapy or Platelet Rich Plasma Procedures

– Arthritis
– Patellofemoral Syndrome/Chondomalacia
– Pes anersine bursitis
– Baker’s cyst
– Patellar tendonitis
– Meniscus tears – Learn More Here >>
– MCL sprain or tear
– ACL sprain or tear
– PCL sprain or tear
– LCL sprain or tear
– Instability
– Biceps Femoris Insertional Tendinopathy
– Hamstrings Tendinopathy

Knee Patient Outcome Data

This Regenexx bone marrow derived stem cell treatment outcome data analysis is part of the Regenexx data download of patients who were tracked in the Regenexx advanced patient registry.

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Knee Meniscus Procedure Outcome Data

This Regenexx bone marrow derived stem cell treatment outcome data analysis is part of the Regenexx data download of patients who were tracked in the Regenexx advanced patient registry following treatment for Meniscus Tears.

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Knee Function Improvement Data

This data utilizes LEFS (Lower Extremity Functional Scale) data from our knee arthritis patients treated with stem cell injections. Functional questionnaires ask the patients questions such as how well they can walk, run, climb stairs, etc. The improvements following the Regenexx Stem Cell Procedure are highly statistically significant.

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Stem Cell Procedure Safety

Regenexx has published more data on stem cell safety in peer reviewed medical research for orthopedic applications than any other group world-wide. This is a report of 1,591 patients and 1,949 procedures treated with the Regenexx Stem Cell Procedure. Based on our analysis of this treatment registry data, the Regenexx Stem Cell Procedure is about as safe as any typical injection procedure, which is consistent with what we see every day in the clinic.

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The Regenexx Difference

Knee Damage and the Regenexx Stem Cell Procedure

Stem Cells are in all of us and they are responsible for healing injured bone, ligaments, tendons and tissues. They are the key component behind the Regenexx Procedures. As we get older or injured, we sometimes cannot get enough of these cells into the area in need. The Regenexx Procedures help solve that problem by precisely delivering a high concentration of stem cells and growth factors into the injured area, aiding your body’s ability to heal naturally. Patients typically avoid the long, painful rehabilitation periods to restore joint strength and mobility following surgery. Regenexx patients are usually encouraged to walk the same day, and most experience little or no down-time from the procedure.

Regenexx Stem Cell Procedures in the News

Millions Introduced to Regenexx Stem Cell Procedures on Television’s The Doctors

NBC TV Tells a Patient’s Story Following a Regenexx Knee Stem Cell Injection Procedure

Regenexx Stem Cell Procedure Overview

Are You a Regenexx Procedure Candidate,

If you are suffering from a joint injury, joint pain, a non-healing fracture or a degenerative condition like osteoarthritis, you may be a good candidate for these ground-breaking stem cell and blood platelet treatments. Please complete the Procedure Candidate Form below and we will immediately email you more information.

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