Hi all, It’s terrific that people are sharing their experiences of both good and no results. I had both Regenexx SD and AD in early December 2011 out in Broomfield, CO with Dr. Hanson. My pre-Regenexx PRP and post Regenexx injection and follow up has been with Dr. Shiple, who is based out of Springfield, PA and is closer to where I live. Dr. Shiple is now doing the procedure with his own lab, as are a few others around the US that have been trained by Centeno Schultz. I’m 5 months post procedure and I’m very happy with the results. I only had the one treatment but I plan on doing this again in the other (right) knee. My improvement is around 70% better. My right knee was previously my “good” knee and now it’s my “bad” knee! Here is a bit of background: I’m a 51 year old female who used to ski aggressively 40 + days per year. Had various ligament damages in the past in the same knee. Did yoga 3x per week for years and I think that many of the yoga poses put lots of stress on knees and for me….caused futher damage. About 3 years ago I had a bucket handle tear of the left lateral meniscus. The orthopod took out most of the left lateral meniscus even so it was repairable. Had daily pain and difficulty ever since. Tried Synvex with some short term relief. Didn’t want a knee replacement; started to research and found Regenexx. The team out in Colorado was terrific and explained everything along the way. Yes, it does hurt during the various steps of the procedure. Placement of the fat graft was the worst part. Injecting the bone marrow stem cells was the least painful part. But, the pain was short in duration and well worth it considering that I no longer have the daily pain I had before. There is a regimen of food/supplements/exercise recommended by the clinic, that I did faithfully for 4 weeks prior and 12 weeks post procedure. I still take the vitamins and aqua jog but I’ve gone back to eating some carbs and drinking wine again! My results were good and I’m happy that I underwent the Regenexx procedure. This is the way of the future for medicine.