sz324-8f36a4ab-9dc3-4663-a0e4-b059c8d42a73-v2.png

Outcome Data for Patients with Shoulder Injuries who received treatment with Regenexx®

Shoulder Patient Outcomes.

Shoulder Patient Outcomes.

Shoulder conditions That may be affecting you!

Select links below to see patient outcome data

Patients with Shoulder Injuries

Patient Outcome Data

Regenexx is unique in that it maintains an active patient registry that continually pings patients about their progress or side effects post procedure. As a result, we keep records on tens of thousands of Regenexx procedures performed by physicians in our network in our outcomes database. Nobody else on earth has tracked as many orthopedic stem cell patient results for as long as Regenexx.

In our effort to be completely transparent with potential patients, we make these results available through our website. You can see for yourself how many procedures we're tracking and what results patients have reported. With Regenexx, you have the tools you need to make an informed decision about what treatment option is right for you.

Please wait for the current data to load, then select the body part to view the latest patient outcome data. That data appears below the body part menu. 

Once a body part is selected, please scroll to the bottom of the page to view the number of patients contributing to the data along with three outcome reports specific to the body part.  

Over 1649 knee Same Day* patients are being tracked in our Registry

Results for patient with Shoulder Injuries with lack of Joint Funtion

Patients value getting back to the activities they love, whether that is walking, running, skiing, or high-level sports. Prior to treatment, patients report that they are limited to 65% of their optimal function. After receiving treatment, they report averages up to 87%. The functional questionnaire represented here is the Disability of the Arm, Shoulder, and Hand (DASH).    The number of patients reporting at these time-points are: 974, 693, 800, 742, 586, 452, 348, 242, 135.    *Data updated March 04, 2019

Patients value getting back to the activities they love, whether that is walking, running, skiing, or high-level sports. Prior to treatment, patients report that they are limited to 65% of their optimal function. After receiving treatment, they report averages up to 87%. The functional questionnaire represented here is the Disability of the Arm, Shoulder, and Hand (DASH).

The number of patients reporting at these time-points are: 974, 693, 800, 742, 586, 452, 348, 242, 135.

*Data updated March 04, 2019


Results for patients with Shoulder Injuries with Joint Pain

A main priority of Regenexx® is to decrease joint pain. Prior to receiving treatment, patients report average pain of nearly 5/10. After only 1-month, pain levels decrease to an average of 3/10, a decrease of 34%. Pain levels decrease further over time. The questionnaire used is the Numeric Pain Scale (NPS).    The number of patients reporting at these time-points are: 1295, 716, 839, 766, 599, 459, 353, 246, 139.    *Data updated March 04, 2019

A main priority of Regenexx® is to decrease joint pain. Prior to receiving treatment, patients report average pain of nearly 5/10. After only 1-month, pain levels decrease to an average of 3/10, a decrease of 34%. Pain levels decrease further over time. The questionnaire used is the Numeric Pain Scale (NPS).

The number of patients reporting at these time-points are: 1295, 716, 839, 766, 599, 459, 353, 246, 139.

*Data updated March 04, 2019


Overall results for patients with Shoulder Injuries

Patients feel their joints are already 29% better after only 1-month, and continue to improve from there. The questionnaire used is the Single Assessment Numeric Evaluation (SANE).    The number of patients reporting at these time-points are: 727, 845, 785, 610, 468, 357, 247, 139.    *Data updated March 04, 2019

Patients feel their joints are already 29% better after only 1-month, and continue to improve from there. The questionnaire used is the Single Assessment Numeric Evaluation (SANE).

The number of patients reporting at these time-points are: 727, 845, 785, 610, 468, 357, 247, 139.

*Data updated March 04, 2019