Special Announcement - Now Enrolling for FDA Approved Stem Cell Study
Dr. Mitchell Sheinkop has completed training and is credentialed for the first of its kind FDA approved stem cell clinical trial for knee arthritis. Our clinic is now enrolling patients in this trial. Contact us at 312-475-1893 for details. Click here to learn more.

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Mesenchymal Stem Cell Treatment Update for Arthritis

Mesenchymal Stem Cell Treatment Update for Arthritis

There are two clinical, readily available sources of adult mesenchymal stem cells, to the cellular orthopedist; the musculoskeletal building cells that have the potential to stop the progression of arthritis. These cells may reverse the damage, regenerate cartilage,...

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Regenerative Medicine Fact Check or Cellular Orthopedic Q&A

Regenerative Medicine Fact Check or Cellular Orthopedic Q&A

Question:  Dr. Sheinkop, three months ago you did an A2M intervention on a 72- year old athletic man with progressive limitations from an arthritic knee. You reported how he was doing at six weeks, how is he doing at 12 weeks? Answer:  Hi. I trust all is well with...

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Why We Age and Why We Don’t Have To

Why We Age and Why We Don’t Have To

Is the subtitle of Lifespan, a book written by David A. Sinclair, PhD, and published by ATRIA BOOKS in 2019. While my weekly blogs are focused on Conservative, Preservative and Restorative measures for osteoarthritis, what if aging itself is a disease and that disease...

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A Patient Testimonial for Growth Factors

A Patient Testimonial for Growth Factors

At times, my blog is based on statistically documented evidence concerning Cellular Orthopedic interventions. To date, that’s how I treat patents, evidence based regenerative medicine.  This time though, I found an unsolicited  testimonial so compelling that I am...

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Your Journey with an Arthritic Joint

Your Journey with an Arthritic Joint

Better stated, how do you bridge the gaps in the continuum of joint care from early intervention to joint replacement?  Arthritic Joint Pain Management First and foremost, our goal is functional restoration and maintenance, relieving symptoms, and postponing, perhaps...

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What is A2M and Exosomes?

What is A2M and Exosomes?

This is a cytokine that may neutralize some of the breakdown molecules in degenerating joints. It is found in the circulating blood plasma. There is a centrifuge on the market that can concentrate Alpha 2 Macroglobulin (A2M) from blood, and many doctors who use it...

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Regenerative Medicine, Stem Cells, and Orthobiologic Update

Regenerative Medicine, Stem Cells, and Orthobiologic Update

We certainly are living in changing times and daily uncertainties, but my practice continues. Over the years, I have noted that when there is public angst, I have a bit freer time to review our outcomes. Alfred E. Neuman, the mascot for Mad Magazine during its heyday,...

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An Orthobiologic Update

An Orthobiologic Update

The TOBI meeting was held June 12 and 13. Annually, it is the largest gathering of physicians who dedicate their practices to Regenerative Medicine. I have been contributing yearly to the scientific program almost since its inception; and I did so again this year. The...

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‘Personalized Stem Cells’ Trial Update and More

‘Personalized Stem Cells’ Trial Update and More

“They are close to reaching the max number in the study and feel they have enough data at this point.” While we still could offer adipose derived stem cells to patients via Liposuction and processing of the adipose tissue to recover millions of stem cells, the...

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