I related my wife's experience with Regenexx-C back in 6/2014:
This was our experience with Regenexx-C:
My wife and I are avid mogul skiers, and I have been all my life. We have been going to mogul camp summers in Whistler for ten years, for example. We try to get 75 days in per season. We don't go skiing to socialize, we go skiing to ski thousands of feet of moguls per excursion.
My wife was injured in 2012. She could not ski, and walked with a limp. Our former orthopaedic surgeon advised her that her cartilege was gone and it was time for a TKR. I called B.S. on that, got on the web and honed my research down to Regenexx-C.
We are both in our mid-sixties.
The procedure took place in August in Cayman.
My wife is also very dedicated to following through with "therapy" and exercise. In other words, we are in shape. We both work out on a mini-trampoline daily.
This winter, we were back in the bumps, racing duals (I brake a bit so we stay even), the whole nine yards. She no longer limps.
She considers herself 100% cured,
That's our experience. In our opinion, anyone who has similar issues (cartilege defeciency) and gets a TKR, and has the means, and does not first at least give Regenexx-C a shot is an idiot,
We have not received compensation in any form from Regenexx and actually have not communicated with them much at all except seeking advice on whether she should get a knee brace (she should, it's added protection and wearing one knee brace does not interfere with mogul skiing technique, which is of course one knee always tucked into the "pocket" of the other knee, i.e., feet clamped together.
Anyone who doubts any of this can come up and watch. I felt compelled to share our story for the good of the skiing community.
The update is everything is just fine, We couldn't ski a whole lot last year but we went to Bachelor for a week, skied the bumps like always, we jump on a trampoline as part of our exercise regimen every day. Good luck to all.