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Jack Nicklaus has Stem Cell treatment

Publication: The Times

Date: 28th April

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The retired American golfer Jack Nicklaus claims to have mastered his chronic back pain after receiving several experimental injections of his own stem cells.

Journalist Lynne Hyland has a Lipogems proceedure

Publication: Mirror

Date: 7th January 2018

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Lipogems uses the natural healing cells in fat to treat arthritic knees and feet - and Mirror journalist Lynne Hyland was among the first in the UK to try it. Read the article to find out more about Lynne's successful treatment and watch her Lipogems procedure..

25% those under 55 are unhappy post knee surgery

Publication: Bone and Joint Journal

Date: December 2016

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Professor Wilson says: New research shows that almost 25% of people under 55 who have had a knee arthroplasty are unhappy with their outcome. I believe this is significant data, backing up my belief in rejuvenating procedures like Lipogems.
The study:
Overall, 44 patients with 44 TKAs (24.9%) under 55 years of age were unsure or dissatisfied with their knee. Significant predictors of dissatisfaction on univariate analysis included: KL grade 1/2 OA (59% dissatisfied), poor pre-operative OKS, complications, poor improvements in PCS and OKS and indication (primary OA 19% dissatisfied, previous meniscectomy 41%, multiply operated 42%, other surgery 29%, BMI > 40 kg/m2 31%, post-traumatic OA 45%, and inflammatory arthropathy 5%). Poor pre-operative OKS, poor improvement in OKS and post-operative stiffness independently predicted dissatisfaction on multivariate analysis.

Yorkshire Man, One of the First in the UK to be injected with his own Fat Cells

Publication: Yorkshire Post

Date: 16th October 2017

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Fat cells from your tummy could fix your creaky knees: Five-a-side footballer John explains how injections taken from his abdomen helped end his joint pain
A new procedure for knee pain involves injections of fat taken from abdomen
John Wakefield, 57, from Shiptonthorpe, North Yorks, underwent the procedure
Eight weeks after the procedure, he could walk for 20 minutes without pain

American Soccer player treated with Lipogems

Publication: Orthopedics This week

Date: January 11th, 2018

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A recent article in 'Orthopedics This week', January 11th, 2018, describes how an American soccer player found relief after a Lipogems treatment.
Christopher Rogers, M.D., founder of the San Diego Orthobiologics Medical Group, recently drafted and blasted out a press announcement saying that his practice is now offering a new/old treatment called Lipogems for painful sports medicine type injuries. And that that treatment was a major advance in regenerative medicine.