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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What Can Be, and What Might Have Been, With Your Stem Cells

What Can Be, and What Might Have Been, With Your Stem Cells

12 days ago, on a Saturday morning, I received a call from a friend of 67 years, who left a voicemail asking me to call him. We had first met while playing 16-inch softball against each other on Chicago Park District softball diamonds. Last night, at 10:20 pm, his...

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Personalized Stem Cell 2020 Review and 2021 Forecast

Personalized Stem Cell 2020 Review and 2021 Forecast

 “I am sitting here at the office, just finishing the first draft of the clinical study report for PSC-CP-001.  I am deeply moved and grateful for the incredible efforts you have all made in advising, enrolling patients, completing data forms, monitoring, and all...

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Recovery following a Stem Cell Procedure for Arthritis

Recovery following a Stem Cell Procedure for Arthritis

“Hello, I thought you would like to know that my stem cell in my left knee has worked.  I didn't expect it to take so long but I have had little to no pain for the past two months.  Thank you all again for your care and please advise your patients to be patient!  If...

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The Stem Cell Facts Speak for Themselves

The Stem Cell Facts Speak for Themselves

The feeling? Absolute terror! So many things I thought I could never do again. Walking a mile? It took everything I had to walk 10 feet! Walking on uneven ground? I”ll never be able to do that again! Stairs? Like Mountain climbing with only one leg. Even getting up...

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How Might Activity Bolster Cartilage

How Might Activity Bolster Cartilage

Can Activity Bolster Cartilage? It may even delay arthritis and influence cartilage healing. Could running actually be good for your knees, hips, and back? Cartilage, which doesn’t have a blood supply of its own, is generally thought to not have the ability to repair...

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The New World of Cell Based Therapy and Orthobiologics

The New World of Cell Based Therapy and Orthobiologics

About 15 years ago, an article was published regarding the use of Platelet Rich Plasma for the treatment of arthritis. Prior to that clinical trial, physicians would use hyaluronic acid (rooster comb) in an attempt to diminish the symptoms from an arthritic joint. The...

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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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