LOS ANGELES, March 15, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Dr. Dennis Lox, a world-renowned Sportsand Regenerative Medicine physician and early stem cell pioneer, has opened an office in Beverly Hills, California. Dr. Lox began seeing patients in Beverly Hills, California in 2014 utilizing
An avid multi-sport athlete Dr. Lox knows the challenges athletes and patients in pain continue to face when traditional medicine is not working. Regenerative Medicine and the utilization of stem cells has blossomed in recent years, where now nearly every major university is involved in stem cell research and clinical trials.
Dr. Lox has a keen interest in the management of not only arthritis in aging athletes, but helping patients keep higher levels of function and quality of life later in life.
Dr. Lox has also helped patients in need and less fortunate from other countries where stem cells are not available. Often patients are unaware of the availability of stem cells in the United States. Contrary to popular notions, the Vatican supports stem cell research just not embryonic. Patients from Canada and the United Kingdom do not have access to stem cells in their countries, in part due to their national health care, many of these patients have treated with Dr. Lox. Every week Dr. Lox receives inquiries from around the world in reference to stem cells for knees, hips, shoulders, wrist, ankles, and a variety of other sports and arthritic problems.
Dr. Lox may be reached at Drlox.com, at (310) 975-7033 and (727) 462-5582, or at email@example.com.
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SOURCE Sports and Regenerative Medicine Centers
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