Regenexx ACL Repair

Regenexx ACL Repair, or Perc-ACLR, is a less invasive procedure than surgery that involves extracting bone marrow and reinjecting it into the torn ACL under precise imaging guidance. Patients typically experience reduced pain within days and improved ACL function.

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Yet Another ACL with Evidence of Healing

One of the sacred cows of modern orthopedic sports medicine is ACL Reconstruction. Over the years, I’ve shared with you more than two dozen before and after MRIs of patients treated with our novel Perc-ACLR procedure and who avoided ACL surgery. So let’s dig into this new case. Perc-ACLR The Percutaneous ACL Repair procedure has…read more

Labral Tears and a Track Athlete – Surgery on Kids

On my Facebook Live show “You’ve Got the Power” on Friday I spoke about how crazy it is that we continue to offer aggressive orthopedic surgery to young athletes. Today I’d like to highlight one who avoided hip labral surgery. Let’s dig in. Why Are We Operating on Kids? One of the big differences in…read more

More Knee ACL Stem Cell Results

I’ve blogged on dozens of before and after ACL images, so today’s blog will be short. This is a patient who just achieved the two-year mark after a knee stem cell procedure received as part of our groundbreaking randomized controlled trial on the Prec-ACLR procedure. The patient was seen in 2019 by Dr. Hyzy at…read more

How Long Does Stem Cell Therapy Last for Knees?

One of the biggest questions I get from patients who have knee arthritis and want to avoid knee replacement is how long does stem cell therapy last for knees? Interestingly, we’re the only clinic system on earth that can answer that question as we began offering our patients stem cell therapy for knee arthritis in…read more

Front Inside Knee Pain Caused by a Loose Ligament

This past week I saw a patient who had gotten some relief from a first stem cell treatment for front inside knee pain, but she wanted more. Her remaining pain in this area of the knee seemed to be caused by a loose ACL ligament — ACL laxity. A ligament in the center of the…read more

Hamstring ACL Surgery Complications: Problems in the Hamstring after Surgery

Are there hamstring ACL surgery complications you should know about? I recently blogged on research that showed that using your own tendon resulted in fewer ACL reconstruction surgery failures than using a donor ACL. Many of those ACL tendon grafts are taken from the hamstring tendon of the patient. The particular area that they usually come…read more
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