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July 29, 2012

Exercise: A Key to Stem Cell Health

This last week in Grand Cayman we have performed a number of  Regenexx C procedures where culture expanded bone marrow derived stem cells are injected for the treatment of knee meniscus injuries and loss of cartilage in the knee, hip and ankle.  This is different from the Regenexx SD procedure that does not utilize culture expansion.  At the Centeno-Schutz Clinic in Colorado, Regenexx SD, AD and platelet therapies are provided as non surgical treatment options for common orthopedic conditions.

Caymanians and tourist alike engage in a number of water activities.  Deep water running and walking is quite popular.  Deep water exercises have signficant cardiovascular benefits which have been summarized.  This form of exercise also reduces the force exerted on a given joint.

Exercise along with diet is key in optimizing stem cell health.  Here are 10 steps to improve your stem cell health.

November 29, 2011

Centeno-Schultz Clinic Physician’s Provide International CME Lectures

The Centeno-Schultz Clinic physicians provided an CME lecture series today at St. Mathew’s University:  School of Medicine in Grand Cayman.

Dr. Ronald Hanson spoke on the use of Regenexx C and Regenexx SD in rotator cuff injuries.  He highlighted the importance of proper placement utilizing MSK ultrasound.

Dr. John Schultz spoke on the treatment of lumbar degenerative disc disease.  He discussed the use of stem cells as an alternative to back surgery.

Dr. Christopher Centeno discussed the use of culture expanded stem cells in patients with knee and hip osteoarthritis.  He highlighted both it’s safety and efficacy.

Centeno-Schultz Clinic opened a state of the art stem cell culture laboratory in Grand CaymanRegenexx C, where a patient’s own stem cells are grown to a higher number is now available in Grand Cayman.  Regenexx Cayman has already treated it’s first NFL player.

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