Introducing Regenexx Europe

By Chris Centeno, MD /

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Over the last few years, Regenexx has been steadily increasing its presence outside of the U.S. We now have sites in Austrailia, India, and Grand Cayman. We’re also talking to physicians in the Middle East, China, and the U.K. However, this morning I’d like to highlight our first-trained and “ready to go” doctor in Europe, Dr. Rolandas Janušas in Brussels. Right now, Rolandas is Regenexx Europe!

I first met Rolandas on LinkedIn and then had a chance to observe his excellent hands-on injection skills in person while teaching IOF courses here in Colorado. While he’s an orthopedic spine surgeon, unlike many surgeons in the U.S., many European orthopedic surgeons have a long and steeped tradition in ultrasound imaging and ultrasound-guided injections. Rolandas also has an unusual background in advanced fluoro-guided spine injections. After spending time with him at our Colorado headquarters this week, I feel very confident that he will be a great addition to the Regenexx family in Europe!

So what does this mean for Regenexx? Our goal is to continue to slowly grow our network of highly qualified and expertly trained physicians across the globe. We’ve been very impressed with the skills of our Australian site led by Dr. Kevin Boundy. This experience of being able to mentor and integrate a physician who is literally halfway around the world gave me a sense that it was time to open up the network to other qualified physicians who don’t happen to practice in the U.S. So Regenexx Europe will add network providers, and eventually we’ll have Regenexx China, Regenexx Middle East, etc…

The upshot? If you’re a highly skilled provider with expert musculoskeletal training, then consider applying to be part of the Regenexx Europe family. We want to ensure that patients all over the world no longer have to hop on a plane to benefit from advanced biologics and precise image-guided interventional orthopedics!

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15 thoughts on “Introducing Regenexx Europe

  1. Sam

    It’s been a while that I was waiting for this good news! I have friends in Germany and France who could benefit from Regenexx Europe. I’ll share the news with them, I think they will be thrilled!

  2. Jim Lindl

    I live in France, how can I contact Dr. Rolandas?

    Jim

    1. Regenexx Team Post author

      Jim,

      I will email you with that information when available.

  3. stef

    Anything north coming ? Québec maybe ?

    1. Regenexx Team Post author

      Stef,

      No at the moment, but if we do, you will be the first to know!

  4. Ab wescott

    Ok FDA when are you going to let us citizens enjoy this incredible advancement ?

    1. Regenexx Team Post author

      Ab,

      These treatments are available right here in the USA! Please see: http://www.regenexx.com

  5. Irene phillips

    Looking forward to a UK one. Where would the nearest be. I live in Surrey I have central core disease but troubled hips and knees.

    1. Regenexx Team Post author

      Irene,
      As are we! No anouncements at this time, but we are in discussion.

  6. Angela Glatston

    When will REGENEXX start in Europe and how can I contact Dr Rolandas?

    1. Regenexx Team Post author

      Regenexx Europe is open in Brussels. Here is the website with contact info: http://oreme.eu/

  7. Marina Ciarlo'

    Hi I live in Europe and wish to know when and where this procedure will be/is available. I live in Malta.
    I look forward to hearing from you very soon as it is likely that I will need a knee replacement in the near future.
    Thank you for your time.
    Regards
    Marina

    1. Regenexx Team Post author

      Marina,
      There are several Regenexx International locations. The closest to Malta would be Brussels. Please see: http://oreme.eu/ and https://regenexx.com/find-a-physician/

  8. ivana pantovic

    Hi,
    Please could you explane me difference regenexx and orthokine terapy.I live in Serbia and I need to find solution for my back I have rupture on disc S1L5 I had epidural injection with corticosteroids before few years and now doctors offer me orthokine but now I find regenexx,because otrhokine did not give great results for lot of my friends and now I thjnking what to do.Can you exolane procedure and cost of regenexx.Thanks.Regards,Ivana

    1. Regenexx Team Post author

      ivana,
      They are very different. Regenexx is group of patented precise image guided interventional orthopedic stem cell and platelet procedures made from the patient’s own bone marrow stem cells and or platelets. Orthokine, also called Regenokine is a serum anti-inflammatory treatment. For Regenexx stem cell procedures the patient’s bone marrow is aspirated from both sides of the back of the patient’s hip. Very importantly, though, epidural corticosteroid injections are very damaging. Please see: https://regenexx.com/blog/what-is-regenokine/ and https://regenexx.com/blog/let-us-know-think-new-regenexx-difference-video/ and https://regenexx.com/blog/stem-cell-disc-treatment/ and https://regenexx.com/blog/doctor-stem-cell-expert-or-novice-bma/ and https://regenexx.com/blog/can-day-stem-cell-procedure-reduce-disc-bulge-size/ Cost depends on what needs to be done in each particular case. If you’d like to see if You’d be a candidate, please submit the candidate form.

Chris Centeno, MD

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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.
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