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Could a new treatment which extracts fat cells from the tummy and injects them into aching joints be the bees knees? (Daily Mail)

It is great to be featured in the Daily Mail today on new treatments and approaches to traditional knee arthroplasty (replacement). The article discusses treatments such as Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy (PRP) as well as our Lipogems® procedure. Perhaps you have seen the article and have questions or if you have not and want to know more, contact us today on 0330 2233332

Simon Checkley, CEO, The Regenerative Clinic “Thanks to Victoria Lambert and Angela Raynes for talking about our ground breaking treatments. We are delighted to be helping so many people now in the UK, and in other countries too. Though our records only go back 2 – 3 years to 2016, we expect that our treatments will last much much longer than that, and are working hard to record the data to prove it.

The story was originally reported by The Daily Mail: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-7724751/Achy-joint-treatments-bees-knees.html

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