Case Study 6

Knee Injury: 81 yr old female

Documented by Randy E. Moore RDMS RMSK


Patient: 81 year old female presenting chronic left knee pain for one year. Patient has significant discomfort with ambulation and walks with an uneven gait. 

Previous treatment: Cortisone injection which provided minimal short-term relief. Total knee replacement recommended per orthopedic surgeon. 

Ultrasound exam to evaluate current state of anterior, lateral, medial and posterior knee compartments with the hope of avoiding a total knee replacement. 

Diagnosis:  Patellar tendinosis, lateral and medial meniscus tears, fat pad depletion, cartilage loss,  and multiple MCL tears.

Treatment: 1.5cc BioRenew® PTM Therapy™ PX50™


2 Months: Positive outcomes reported by patient and caregiver with regards to reduced pain and increased mobility.

105 Days: patient presented with significant reduction in pain and overall increased mobility. 

Ultrasound showed increased infra-patellar fat pad echotexture, osteochondral remodeling at the medial facet of the femoral trochlea, increased medial meniscus fibrocartilage. 

No plans for surgical replacement due to dramatic patient improvement.

images demonstrating notable change in treated tissue



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106 days post-treatment

Pre and post images of the medial meniscus with increased medial meniscus fibrocartilage.

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106 days post-treatment

Pre and post images of infra-patellar fat pad.