Many patients who pursue a knee or hip replacement assume they are going for a routine medical procedure that gives them a new joint. In reality they are going for a joint amputation, which is then replaced with an artificial prosthesis. Moreover the real risks associated with these surgeries is dramatically more significant than what any common sense individual would equate with a routine medical procedure.  The attached infographic shows the real risks associated with these major invasive surgeries which few patients appropriately realize. Compare that to a low risk autologous biologic treatment such as the Regenexx same day stem cell treatment protocol. The future is in lower risk percutaneous treatments rather than higher risk surgeries. These treatments are available now.

  • Knee Patient Outcome Data

    This Regenexx bone marrow derived stem cell treatment outcome data analysis is part of the Regenexx data download of patients who were tracked in the Regenexx advanced patient registry.

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  • Knee Function Improvement Data

    This data utilizes LEFS (Lower Extremity Functional Scale) data from our knee arthritis patients treated with stem cell injections. Functional questionnaires ask the patients questions such as how well they can walk, run, climb stairs, etc. The improvements following the Regenexx Stem Cell Procedure are highly statistically significant.

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  • Hip Patient Outcome Data

    This data looks at patient outcomes for stem cell treatments for hip arthritis.

    View Hip Patient Outcome Data
  • Stem Cell Procedure Safety

    Regenexx has published more data on stem cell safety in peer reviewed medical research for orthopedic applications than any other group world-wide. This is a report of 1,591 patients and 1,949 procedures treated with the Regenexx Stem Cell Procedure. Based on our analysis of this treatment registry data, the Regenexx Stem Cell Procedure is about as safe as any typical injection procedure, which is consistent with what we see every day in the clinic.

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