Case Study 2

knee injury: 48 yr old male

Documented by Randy E. Moore RDMS RMSK


Patient: 48 year old male presenting with right medial knee pain for 6 months following a sports injury. Patient suffered considerable pain in the medial compartment with limited knee flexion and overall joint instability. 

Ultrasound exam: Performed to anterior, lateral, medial, and posterior compartments of the knee.

Diagnosis: Meniscal tear, with extrusion beyond the joint border. MCL fiber tears also present. 

Treatment: 1.0cc BioRenew® PTM Therapy™, PX50™


3 days: Joint mobility began to return.

81 days: Full resolution of pain and mobility restored. 

Clinical Findings: Evidence of tissue remodeling in the meniscus demonstrated by increased homogeneous echogenicity. Intact appearance of MCL fibers.

images demonstrating notable change in treated tissue



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81 days post-treatment

The above image demonstrates increased homogeneous echogenicity of the visible body of the meniscus and intact appearance of the MCL fibers.