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Regenexx-C Hip Treatment Failure

As I have blogged before, hips are harder to treat with stem cells than knees. Since we’ve had a run of “rah rah” posts on positive outcomes, it’s time for a post to balance the picture with a Regenexx-C hip treatment failure outcome. VK was a 53 year old man with hip problems since childhood. By…
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Managing an Arthritic Hip with Stem Cells Over the Long Haul

Can we manage severe hip arthritis with  hip stem cell injections? CM is a 52 year old woman who presented to our clinic in 2008 with fairly severe hip arthritis (most of the hip cartilage gone, but not “bone on bone”). She was very active and noted a significant decrease in hip range of motion…
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Using Stem Cells in an Elite Track Athlete: Regenexx Patient Cydonie Mothersill wins Cayman Invitational

Can stem cells be used as a running stress fracture treatment in an elite track athlete? Cydonie Mothersill is an elite track athlete and gold medalist at the 2010 Commonwealth games, 2010 Mayaguez, and CARIFTA games. After her great performance at the Commonwealth Games in 2010, she was within striking range of a medal in…
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Stem Cells for Hip Osteonecrosis-Mexican Style: Ole?

Why are we so finicky about candidacy grading? As you may know, we insist on giving every patient an honest assessment of their candidacy grading-Good, Fair, or Poor. Being a good candidate doesn’t guarantee the procedure will work just like being a poor candidate doesn’t guarantee it will fail. However, given all the patients we’ve treated through the years, the patient…
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Hip AVN Stem Cell Alternative

Hip AVN stem cell treatment has been science fiction for many patients but we here at the Centeno-Schultz clinic have been pioneering this advanced procedure for years. RA is a patient that has benefited from an injection of his own stem cells which helped him to dodge the hip replacement bullet. He is now 58 years old seen…
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Hip Pain after a Hip Replacement: Helping a Patient with Blood Platelets and Stem Cells

Hip replacement pain after one year? ML is a 69 year old woman who we first evaluated in June and who now claims we have performed a “miracle”. I don’t know if I would use the same terms other than we were able to get to an accurate diagnosis of what was wrong. Prior to having a…
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Severe Hip Arthritis treated with Stem cells: Two Year Update

As we pride ourselves in discussing all aspects of our results, today I’d like to discuss a patient with severe hip arthritis treated with stem cells who had a time limited result. CS is a middle aged woman who has post-polio syndrome with severe hip arthritis. In fact, there wasn’t much left of the hip…
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Treating Hip Arthritis in a Hiker with Stem Cells

CH is a 51 year old ex-power lifter who was seen in May of last year because he was seeking a hip surgery alternative. His MRI showed severe arthritis and he was considered less than a fair candidate. He knew that as an avid long-distance hiker his chances of returning to this level of high…
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