Regenerative Medicine or Total Joint?

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To Painful Joints and Surgery

And Yes To Regenerative Medical Treatments!

Data on Total Joint Replacements

Stem Cell Therapy


The CDC estimates that nearly 78 million U.S. adults will have some degree of doctor-diagnosed arthritis by 2040, many of whom will experience the post-traumatic arthritis known as osteoarthritis (OA). While OA can afflict any joint, this degenerative disease is particularly common in the knee – our body’s largest joint.

OA of the knee, which progresses in stages, can affect your ability to run, climb and even walk without pain – everyday activities that may have once seemed effortless can become challenging. So, how do you deal with OA? Many people turn to surgery.

While surgery is accepted as a common path to pain relief, not all patients see successful results. In fact, approximately 20% of patients still experience chronic pain after total knee arthroplasty (TKA), according to literature published by The British Editorial Society of Bone & Joint Surgery. Also, despite advancements in surgical techniques and materials, implants won’t last forever; surfaces are apt to wear down or loosen over time presenting the possibility of an additional surgery for replacement or realignment.

Not sure you want to undergo invasive surgery? From physical therapy to acupuncture, there are a variety of alternative options. However, if you’re looking for a remedy that will address and solve chronic knee pain, versus a temporary fix, stem cells are an avenue to consider.

Stem cells are intended to help your body heal injured tissue as opposed to masking injury symptoms like pain and discomfort. Stem cells can activate the body’s own self-healing mechanisms for cellular/tissue regeneration and repair. In short, chronic knee pain can be healed instead of temporarily masked via surgery.


Failed Total Knee Replacement


Failed Total Shoulder Replacement

Infected Knee after Total Joint Replacement

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Removed Implants after Total Joint Infections

Infected Shoulder after Total Joint Replacement

Dr. Robins and the medical professionals at Regenerative Complete will diagnose your joint pain and create the best possible program designed specifically for your needs.


Want to weigh all your options before deciding the best path for your Joint Care?

Then schedule a consultation today at Regenerative Complete. Dr. Robins is a skilled Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon who only  performs surgery as the last result. Call us at 865-888-4721.


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