Who was it who had stem cell treatment?

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Radialhead
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Who was it who had stem cell treatment?

Post by Radialhead » Mon Mar 11, 2019 1:20 pm

I remember someone on Boards saying they'd had it for a dodgy knee (I think). Just wondering where they had it done & roughly how much it cost so I can pass the info onto a mate.
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Re: Who was it who had stem cell treatment?

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Re: Who was it who had stem cell treatment?

Post by martinwindsurf » Mon Mar 11, 2019 4:35 pm

Yep was me, well remembered!
It was done through my private healthcare at work so no idea of cost.
Was 10years ago and a clinical trial through a knee specialist at New Victoria on Kingston Hill, Surrey: https://www.newvictoria.co.uk
Could hardly walk down stairs at the time and it worked a treat - done four Ironman 70.3s, a few half marathons and cycled about 50,000kms including twice over the alps since with no problems!!

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Re: Who was it who had stem cell treatment?

Post by Radialhead » Mon Mar 11, 2019 4:48 pm

Thanks guys.
"DICTIONARIES have admitted defeat and announced that from now on ‘lose’ will be spelt ‘loose’.

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