• On Cartilage Regeneration

    On Cartilage Regeneration

    Last week, my associate attended a continued medical education course held in a venue near the Wisconsin-Illinois border; a site frequently used by the Stem Cell Institute of America to host amniotic fluid marketing seminars. My colleague overheard a conversation between several physical therapists touting...

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  • Patient Completes Grand Canyon Rim to Rim Hike

    Mitch, I wanted to let you know I completed the 4 day Grand Canyon Rim to Rim hike.  The descent was horrible on my knees and ascent was hard on the heart….but I DID IT!!!! Knees feel good today- you saved me and made it possible to accomplish such an incredible adventure. THANK YOU! ❤️

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  • Bike riding is back to being a pleasure!

    Hello Dr. Sheinkop, I noticed more improvement Thursday. Bike riding is a pleasure. Once again, there wasn’t any discomfort with the hills. I’m very grateful for your assistance in my recovery. See you in October. My best, Janis

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  • Knee Study Patient Provides an Update

    Hello Dr. Sheinkop, I wanted to let you know that my knee is feeling much better. I have been able to start exercising again, as well as play some basketball. It is a little sore afterwards and there’s sometimes pain when I jump my hardest, but it is still an incredible improvement! Moreover, it...

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  • Knee improvement update from stem cell study patient

    Hello Dr. Sheinkop, I wanted to let you know that my knee is feeling much better. I have been able to start exercising again, as well as play some basketball. It is a little sore afterwards and there’s sometimes pain when I jump my hardest, but it is still an incredible improvement! Moreover, it...

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  • Accuracy, Ethics and Corrections

    The last Blog posted in 2015 indicated that I wouldn’t look back; but after its posting, I received this correction form Dr Chris Centeno, arguably, the best informed Regenerative Medicine expert in the North America. “Mitch, The discussion of amniotic injections isn’t correct. We found that...

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  • Interventional Orthopedic Inclusion and Exclusion Criteria

    Interventional Orthopedic Inclusion and Exclusion Criteria

    Why our Regenerative Medicine/Interventional Orthopedic clinical practice is where you should consult before undergoing a Cellular Medicine intervention: I am an orthopedic surgeon, Professor Emeritus at Rush, who for 37 years, performed Joint Replacement Surgery for arthritis before “graduating”...

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  • Plain Language Summary of Regenerative Medicine

    Plain Language Summary of Regenerative Medicine

    Cellular Orthopedics for the Musculoskeletal injury and Degenerative Arthritis What is the problem? Trauma and Osteoarthritis are part of the cycle of life. Muscle, ligament and tendon injuries frequently occur during sports related activities or accidents; degenerative arthritis may be post traumatic...

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  • Headline News From Around the Stem Cell World

    Headline News From Around the Stem Cell World

    Thursday, April 16, 2015 9:51 am “Stem Cells working great. 4 days of skiing and 90,000 vertical feet already. Knees only slightly swollen. Using the new braces seems to really help. Last 4 to 5 runs of the day, it is very hard to get in and out of the heli-knees very sore by then.

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  • The Intervertebral Disc and Regenerative Strategies with Stem Cells

    The Intervertebral Disc and Regenerative Strategies with Stem Cells

    Intervertebral disc degeneration is characterized by a gradual loss of cellular function and related breakdown of extracellular matrix. This process leads to a decrease in the mechanical stability of the spine and activation of molecules that trigger painful back and neck symptoms. Implantation of mesenchymal...

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