More Regenexx-SD Knee Stem Cell Data
A few days ago, I provided some Regenexx-SD knee arthritis stem cell data on 184 patients (134 males and 50 females). Here’s a different slice of knee stem cell data that same data set. The average current age of these patients is 52, average self-reported BMI is 25.5 (just slightly over weight). While the graph from a few days ago was focused on the mean (read average) reported improvement of all patients who responded to our surveys, this one is focused on one thing-“did the patient report improvement, no change, or worsening”. The data is arranged by time after the stem cell procedure, so that 12 months means at one year after the procedure. As you can see, when looking at any improvement, by 6 months on, more than 9 in 10 patients reported improvement. It is important not to misinterpret this graph, as “reported any improvement” could be 20% better or 70% better, they are both in the same category for the purposes of what you see here. Once I have blogged on all of the aspects of this knee stem cell data in more detail (more likely next week), I will summarize it on the main Regenexx-SD page.