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  • More Evidence that ACL Surgeries Cause Knee ProblemsMore Evidence that ACL Surgeries Cause Knee Problems
    Patients often believe that getting a new part installed is no big deal like bringing a broken car into a mechanic for an upgrade. However, nothing could be further from the truth. Today we’ll focus on the world’s most popular sports medicine surgery — ACL Reconstruction. New research shows clear… Read more »
  • The World Wide Stem Cell Treatment Centers Hype MachineThe World Wide Stem Cell Treatment Centers Hype Machine
    The expressions “go big or go home” and “fake till you make it” really applies to the stem cell wild west. We’ve seen all sorts of examples from Liveyon to CharaCore to IMAC Regeneration Centers, and many others.  Now a company calling itself “World Wide Stem Cell Treatment Centers”, IMHO… Read more »
  • Pain after Hip Replacement? Is It Your Tendons?Pain after Hip Replacement? Is It Your Tendons?
    If you’re planning a hip replacement or have already had one, could a new study mean you should be looking at the health of your tendons? Why would your tendons matter if you have arthritis of the joint? Is there a way to avoid or fix continued pain after hip… Read more »
  • The Differences Between Real Regen Med and Pain ManagementThe Differences Between Real Regen Med and Pain Management
    This week, we began our fellow interviews for the 2021 year. The first interviewee was at our site yesterday and speaking with him during procedures reminded me of how far apart Regenexx is from the rest of the world. Let me explain. What Is a Fellow? A fellow is a… Read more »
  • Making the Diagnosis of Craniocervical InstabilityMaking the Diagnosis of Craniocervical Instability
    If you read this blog, you know that I often write about what I experience on a day to day basis. This week I had a telemedicine evaluation with a patient who was scheduled for a C1-C2 screw fixation surgery who didn’t meet our diagnostic criteria for a much less… Read more »
  • Comprehensive Biologics and Dr. BuzzComprehensive Biologics and Dr. Buzz
    If you read this blog, you know that I love the statement, “You can’t make this stuff up”. This feeling of astonishment at the crazy stuff that’s out there calling itself regenerative medicine never gets old.  Nor do I know where each lead will take me until I dig deeper.… Read more »
  • Ask Dr. C-Episode 12-Understanding Static vs. Dynamic ImagingAsk Dr. C-Episode 12-Understanding Static vs. Dynamic Imaging
    I do love looking at the questions everyone submits. Today we’ll focus on a critical difference in imaging that many physicians don’t understand, but that’s critical for the average patient to understand. We’ll dive into static versus dynamic imaging. Today’s Question When looking at a cervical spine MRI, how can… Read more »
  • Ask Dr. C-Episode 11-Can PRP Reduce Arthritis Progression?Ask Dr. C-Episode 11-Can PRP Reduce Arthritis Progression?
    I still have a few more great questions to answer, but this one stood out. Can PRP or stem cells slow the progression of arthritis? Let’s dig in. Can PRP and/or stem cells prevent further cartilage loss as opposed to regrowing cartilage? I love this question because the holy grail… Read more »
  • Ask Dr. C-Episode 10-PRP Concentration and AgeAsk Dr. C-Episode 10-PRP Concentration and Age
    Sometimes I get questions for the Ask Dr. C Blog that are so good, they blow me away. This morning is a question like that. Let’s dig in. “I read that PRP study and noticed a few interesting things. They were using pretty weak PRP, only about 1.5-2.5x over baseline.… Read more »
  • It’s Ask Dr. C Time Again!It’s Ask Dr. C Time Again!
    Every so often I put out a request for great questions about stem cells and orthobiologics so that I can answer them in a longer format. It’s that time again, so please leave your questions below. Here’s a guide to help you know what I’m looking for: The question should… Read more »

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