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Düsseldorf, Germany
The medical treatment for Lindsey Berg's arthritic left knee has not been approved by the Food and Drug Administration, and neither her professional volleyball team in Italy nor the United States Olympic team would help with the cost. But for Berg, a gold medal hopeful, the chance to dull the chronic pain was worth the money, and the risk. [Read more...]
Dr. Peter Wehling breaks new ground in treating chronic back pain.
Marianne Boesky was, in a word, desperate. The owner of the eponymous Manhattan art gallery, she was diagnosed three years ago with arthritis and spinal degeneration that left her in almost constant pain. She couldn't sleep. She couldn't tie her shoes. Exercise and acupuncture would provide a few hours of relief, but then her back would seize up again. [Read More...]
The likes of Kobe Bryant, Alex Rodriguez, Vijay Singh, and Pope John Paul II are among a growing number -- myself included -- who have sought a novel form of anti-inflammatory arthritis/tendinitis treatment that, until recently, was only available in Germany. If you haven't already heard about it, it's called Regenokine, and it's among a trend moving orthopedics away from operating rooms and into the realm of the molecular -- from mining titanium to mining the anti-inflammatory molecules coursing through our veins. [Read More...]
One of the most frequent complaints I hear from middle-aged executives who once were active runners, squash players or enjoyed sports such as football is that they had to hang up their athletic shoes because of knee pain.

When the cause of the pain is osteoarthritis, when protective cartilage in the joints wears out, most doctors have until recently prescribed anti-inflammatory medications and suggested a less painful pursuit such as cycling. [Read More...]
Tracy McGrady was one of the best basketball players in the world, a seven-time All-Start forward and a scoring machine, until he suffered a devastating knee injury in 2008.

When McGrady returned to the game after two operations on his left knee, he was a shadow of the player he had been before.

"It was tough to deal with because at one minute, you're playing so well, you know, on top of your game, the next minute, you're not even valuable no more," he said. "Where do I go from here?" [Read More...]
[...] "Alex was interested in pursuing it as long as the Yankees' medical staff was comfortable with it and vetted the process. He basically asked up to look into it.

"I think he's 100 percent right now, personally," Cashman added. "Hopefully going forward he'll be healthy for us again, because when he is healthy he's obviously one of the best players in the game."

Rodriguez, who had arthroscopic surgery on his troublesome right knee in July, underwent the experimental procedure with Dr. Peter Wehling during a December 5-9 trip to Dusseldorf. [Read More...]
Kobe Bryant may be the most competitive basketball player in the NBA. So it should come as no surprise the Lakers star is willing to do whatever it takes to maintain his edge.

According to ESPN The Magazine, the same physician that once treated Pope John Paul II performed a treatment on Bryant's knee in Dusseldorf, Germany. Dr. Peter Wehling, an influential orthopedist, claims to have a breakthrough procedure to repair aging joints. [Read More...]
Kobe Bryant is returning to Germany for another innovative knee procedure, according to people with knowledge of the situation.
Recovery from Orthokine or Regenokine is typically quick compared to more severe knee procedures and does not add to Bryant's recovery time from a torn Achilles' tendon, which remains the larger issue. His availability for the Lakers' Oct. 29 season opener against the Clippers is till unclear.
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Kobe Bryant's $3 million possible deal to play 10 games in Italy during the NBA lockout was aided by a former physician to Pope John Paul II who treated the Lakers star this summer with a pioneering blood treatment.

Bryant traveled to Dusseldorf, Germany, in June for treatment, as previously reported. ESPN The Magazine has learned that he was treated by Dr. Peter Wehling, an influential but little-known molecular orthopedist who insists he's having breakthrough success repairing joints by manipulating his patients' blood. [Read More...]
Several members of the Seattle Seahawks have opted for a regenerative to treat their pain and injuries, and the players believe it has made a big difference.

The Seahawks were one of the NFL's healthiest teams last season, ranking 5th out of 32 teams overall. However, key players such as defensive back Earl Thomas and wide receiver Tyler Lockett had season ending injuries. Other players, like quarterback Russell Wilson and cornerback Richard Sherman, had nagging injuries that limited their effectiveness on the field. [Read More...]
Five Seahawks will sit out this week to go through a Regenokine process with plans t obe ready for the start of the regular season.
Wright had the process two weeks ago and came back to play last Friday against the Chiefs and said later he felt "1000 percent" better than he had. Wright had the process does on his knee. Fellow linebacker D.J. Alexander also went through it last week but did not play against the Chiefs.
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Antonio Conte does not know when striker Alvaro Morata will be fit to return to football action, but he is in the safe hands of well-known doctor Peter Wehling.

Morata has paid two visits to his clinic in Dusseldorf and in the coming days he will have his third and final session to try to solve the problem and return to the field.

According to MARCA, the Spaniard seems to have overcome his back problem with the help of the doctor, an injury he has been dealing with since mid-December. [Read More...]
All set for a fresh start after nearly recovering from a nagging shoulder injury thanks to the Regenokine treatment in Germany, seasoned Indian golfer Jeev Milkha Singh says he hopes ot remain painfree in his second innings on the course.

The 43-year-old has not had great results in the last 18 months as acute inflammation was found in his overworked shoulders. But not the one to seek excuses for his poor form, Jeev refused to blame injuries for the results. [Read More...]
After playing just 24 and 25 games for the Celtics the previous two seasons, the injury prone Jermaine O'Neal signed wit hthe Suns and their seemingly magical training staff.

Well, O'Neal played 55 games in Phoenix, and he looked relative spry while on the court. For a player who avergaed just 57 games per season in his career and was 34 and in his 17th season, 55 games is pretty remarkable.

Now, O'Neal seems ready to leave the nest in searcher of greener NBA pastures, but first he stopped off in Germany to meet with Dr. Peter Wehling, noted for developing Regenokine, the treatment Kobe Bryant used. [Read More...]
While 76ers center Andrew Bynum has chosen to have the creator of the noninvasive, nonsurgical procedure administer the injections to his knees that he hopes will extend his career next month in Dusseldorf, Germany, the procedure - known as regenokine treatment - has been administered in the United States for almost a decade.

"Regenokine is the most effective treatment for joint problems cause by osteoarthritis," said Chris Renna, a specialist in preventative medicine. "It is corroborated by independent studies published in 2003 in the Journal of Osteoarthritis and Orthopedics." [...]
Add one more name to the growing list of celebrities and sports stars who swear by the experimental healing powers of an increasingly prominent German doctor.

Ultimate Fighting Championship president Dana White declared himself "100 percent cured" of Meniere's disease after one visit to Dr. Peter Wehling in Dusseldorf this month.

White was referred to Wehling's blood-spinning treatment by Alex Rodriguez of the New York Yankees. White said symptoms of the inner-ear disorder, which include bouts of vertigo, intermittent hearing loss, and ringing and feelings of pressure in the ear, went away within days of the procedure. [Read More...]
A trip to Dusseldork in Germany for a procedure called orthokine provided a breakthrough, two years down the line.

The five-day treatment involves removing, manipulating and reintroducing blood as an anti-inflammatory and has been used by athletes such as basketball star Kobi Bryant.

'It changed my life,' Barker said.

Six months later he played an emotional first game for Derby's under 21s and his recovery began to pick up pace. [Read More...]
In 2011, after sitting out much of the season due to chronic pain in his right knee, Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant – who already had undergone three knee surgeries – decided to try something different to get his game back: He traveled to Düsseldorf, Germany. That’s where a physician named Peter Wehling invented an innovative procedure called Regenokine, which uses the body’s own anti-inflammatory proteins and human-growth factors to reverse pain and chronic injuries. By all accounts, Bryant’s visit was a success – he went from a possibly career-ending injury to being back on the court. “I can run. I can jump. I can run the track. I can practice every day. Those are things I couldn’t do last year,” he told Yahoo! Sports at the time. [Read More...]
Golf legend Fred Couples, who won the prestigious PGA Senior Players Championship on Sunday, despite being sidelined on-and-off for the past five years with a debilitating arthritic back condition, revealed that the secret to his success was a little known anti-inflammatory treatment program for chronic joint and arthritic pain conditions called Regenokine, previously available only in Germany.

Couples, 52, won his first senior major title, closing with an even-par 71 to match John Cook (70) at 11 under on Westchester Country Club's West Course at Harrison, New York. Couples, twice named PGA Player of the Year in 1991 and 1992, joined Jack Nicklaus and Raymond Floyd as the only players to win the Players Championship on the regular and senior tours. [Read More...]