In the field of Orthobiologics, the introduction of new product and possibility is continuous. The challenge to the clinician is to adopt a clinical approach based on scientific proof and clinical data; not marketing hype and anecdote. Regenexx, where I have been invited to be part of an advisory board, is home to the nation’s most advanced and studied stem cell and blood derived platelet procedures. We have more clinical experience and research with bone marrow derived orthobiologics for arthritis, than any other clinical setting in the United States.

At the Regenexx Chicago office, we offer non-surgical options for people experiencing moderate to advanced pain and limitation due to degenerative arthritis no matter the cause. Our patients experience little to no down time from our procedures and avoid the painful and lengthy rehabilitation that is inherent in a joint replacement. Knowing there are non-surgical and minimally invasive orthobiologic options, don’t throw away your skis or let your bike get rusty. Just as the skis need to be tuned for the upcoming season, (Vail opens in 12 weeks), and the wonderful cycling days through the changing colors are four weeks away, so too does your body need to be updated and upgraded. If you have limitations from an arthritic joint, perhaps you should let me determine how Cellular Orthopedics may allow you to return to an unlimited athletic or recreational profile.

Our data include Efficacy and Safety of Bone Marrow Concentrate for Osteoarthritis of the Hip; Treatment Registry Results for 196 patients. At the knee, I have presented in July and will be presenting the outcomes in October of 187 Bone Marrow Aspirate Concentrate Knee interventions with comparison to Total Knee Replacements. The fact is that at Regenexx, our therapeutic recommendations are not based on new product and the associated marketing hype inherent in a corporate initiative but rather on our data base statistical analyses and scientific studies, both in the laboratory and in the clinical setting. We practice evidence-based medicine, not offerings based on unsubstantiated claims.

Of course, we are able to provide an abundance of anecdotal success stories in our athletes be it a torn acetabular labrum, a torn medial meniscus or a torn rotator cuff. To learn more, check out my Blog   www.sheinkopmd.com/blog  even better yet, call for a consultation: (847) 390-7666.

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