JKW is a 36 year old man with early onset osteoarthritis of his hips, secondary to developmental hip dysplasia. When he saw me in the early winter of 2011, his major complaint had to do with increasingly limiting pain when he rode his bike long distances and during weekend bike races. He returned this spring with the need to limit his walking to one and a half blocks because of the pain generated by his right hip. Not only was there now a recreational impairment, the hip related symptoms were interfering with his work, activities of daily living and sleep. Eight weeks after having undergone a Regenexx-SD (same day) Bone Marrow Concentrate procedure, he called to ask if he could begin jogging. He had already returned to cycling and weekend racing as of two weeks earlier, but now felt well enough to run, something he hadn’t done because of hip related impairment for several years. Certainly this is a preliminary anecdote, but nonetheless a Regenexx SD procedure is enabling JKW to return to a full and fulfilling life as a father, husband, worker and cyclist.

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