Are my stem cells too old to work?
Dear Dr. Raff, My doctor told me that my stem cells are too old to be productive in cell regenerative therapy. I am 76 years old. Is this true? No, it is not true. Bone marrow is the place where stem cells reproduce the exact duplicates of themselves. One of our past stem cell’s patient…Read More
Regenerative Cellular Therapy ( stem cells ) and Knee Pain
Many joints in your body such as hips, ankles, shoulders, and wrists can move in many directions, but not the knees. The knee is a hinge-like joint that moves in only one direction and is kept in alignment by many ligaments and tendons. Twisting the knee and athletic side blows cause devastating injuries by tearing…Read More
Alternatives to Joint Surgery
Dear Dr. Raff, I am 70 years old and have tremendous pain in my knee and hip. My orthopedist says I need a joint replacement, but I dislike surgery. Are there any other alternatives? This is an important question especially for those over 60 years – old who suffer from severe ankle, knee, hip, lower…Read More