New Weekly Blog Feature: Ask Dr. C

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I wake up at about 5 am every day and begin writing. If I’m lucky, I had a great idea for the blog the day before and in between patient care or Regenexx CMO responsibilities, I got a chance to write a rough draft of that blog. If I’m not, then it’s figuring out an interesting topic from scratch. However, it occurred to me this morning, that my readers might like it if I could tackle a couple of questions that they have, in more depth, every week, rather than a random topic I pick. Hence, today I’m starting a feature to make that happen.

I often answer my own blog comment questions these days, which is something I started during the height of the pandemic, as I had more time. Now that I’m back in the office seeing patients I have a bit less time, but I really enjoy seeing what’s on the minds of patients, so I keep answering those comments. That means from several blog comments a day to dozens each week. Add to that the dozens of additional questions I answer each day in the office for my own patients. Hence, I know patients have loads of questions!

However, those responses are usually shorter form answers that I get to between patients or simple explanations that I can give to patients in the office. Hence, I need a dedicated place where I can spend a little more time answering those really common questions that come up all the time. In some ways that’s how this blog started, as I needed a place I could put all of my patient information rather than creating handouts.

I’ll start this feature with tomorrow’s blog post by asking readers to place your questions here in the comments below. You can ask anything you would like about regenerative medicine and orthobiologics. I’ll pick a few of those questions to answer as the subject of tomorrow’s blog.

In the meantime, I’ll get our web team to insert a widget in every blog post that allows you to submit questions at any time during the week to be answered on the weekly “Ask Dr. C” blog post. Also, take note that Dr. Jason Deitch and I are also answering your questions live every week on Facebook. That hour-long show is on Monday at 12 pm PST/3 pm EST on the Centeno-Schultz Facebook page (click here to be taken to that page) and on Fridays, at that same time, we’re on the Regenexx Facebook page (click here to be taken to that page). Those videos are indexed on those Facebook pages.

The upshot? Please leave your burning questions below to be answered on tomorrow’s blog. I want to create yet another place where you can get your questions about regen med and orthobiologics answered so that every patient feels heard and learns how to empower their own recovery!

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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. View Profile

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