Evolving the Regenexx Logo…

by Chris Centeno, MD /

evolving the Regenexx Logo

Regenexx as a company has been steadily evolving through the years. We’ve grown from a small medical clinic in Colorado to more than 30 sites. We’ve added many members to our team as well as copious research horsepower. As a result, it was time that our logo reflected that dynamic growth. However, how do you evolve a 10 year old logo to represent these things that’s still recognizable to patients and physicians who know the old one? Thankfully our media experts at Klein New Media were up to the task.

Above you can see the old Regenexx logo. It was meant to show that at the time, Regenexx was a platelet based stem cell technology and the little shapes to the left are stylized platelets. Since then Regenexx has grown into a dynamic biotechnology company, so how could we keep our roots and express that kinetic forward movement? Klein New Media stretched our platelet shapes into a circle that embodies that constant innovation and forward looking energy. In addition, the circle also represents that we’re now a global company. We’ve  treated patients from all continents (except I believe Antarctica) and have network physicians that span across the US to Australia and are discussing additional network sites in Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. In addition, the circle represents how we approach patients. One of the reasons we’re so picky about adding new physicians to our network and so focused on large amounts of ongoing training and collaboration is that our approach to patients is whole body or holistic. Our network doctors all understand that throwing magic stem cells only at the area that hurts is usually not the best game plan for optimum results. Finally, the circle represents that at Regenexx, we have the whole continuous spectrum of support for our technology from lab research to clinical research to flexible lab platforms to advanced treatment. When you’re seen at a Regenexx site, it’s not just a clinic who decided to buy a one sized fits all simple machine and hang up a shingle that they offer stem cells.

The upshot? Regenexx has continued to evolve and our logo has now evolved with us. You’ll begin seeing this logo appear on the web-site and on everything we do here in the next few weeks and months. Thanks to Klein New Media for helping our symbol to stay recognizable and to represent who we are at our core!

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4 thoughts on “Evolving the Regenexx Logo…

  1. Yoland

    Strange happening – I have been on the supplement for 4 days and my fatty tumor is SHRINKING – is this because of the supplement – so amazing. Also my kness feel somewhat better from a fall on the concrete 1 year ago.

    1. Regenexx Team

      Yoland,
      The Regenexx Advanced Stem Cell Support Formula was designed based on a year of lab research to determine what ingredients, in what combinations and what dosages support stem cells most effectively. It also contains ingredients that have been shown to be natural anti-inflammatories in many lab and clinical studies. Stem cells are the local repairmen of the body and supporting them and improving their ability to do what they are there to do can have great impact. It will be interesting to see how things progress going forward. Keep us posted!

  2. Ern4stine Mullin

    Sooo proud of Regenexx!! The new logo looks fabulous!

    1. Regenexx Team

      Ern4stine,
      Thank you! There are many exciting things in the works and the new Logo is a nice representative of what we’ve done, what we are in the midst of doing, and plans for the future to bring this level of treatment to as many people as possible. So nice to get feedback!

Chris Centeno, MD

Regenexx Founder

Chris Centeno, MD is a specialist in regenerative medicine and the new field of Interventional Orthopedics. Centeno pioneered orthopedic stem cell procedures in 2005 and is responsible for a large amount of the published research on stem cell use for orthopedic applications.
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