|Dr. Kevin Stone has been treating knee injuries for over 25 years. The Stone Clinic's Biologic Knee ReplacementSM Program, is an approach to treating knee injuries, from trauma to arthritis, and is designed to help people delay, or even avoid, artificial knee replacement. The BKRSM Program is a scientifically-proven collection of our outpatient surgical techniques.|
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|The BioKneeSM Program|
The Stone Clinic's scientifically-proven techniques to treating knee injuries designed to help people delay, or avoid, artificial knee replacement. >>Learn more.
An outpatient surgical technique for examining or "cleaning out" a knee joint. >>Learn more.
|Articular Cartilage (Stem Cell) Paste Graft|
In a single, outpatient procedure, this innovative and scientifically-proven surgical technique utilizes a patient's own stem cells to regrow their own cartilage. >>Learn more.
An arthroscopic technique for suturing a torn meniscus with an effort to retain as much meniscus as possible. >>Learn more.
Removes areas of torn meniscus that impede normal function of the knee with an effort to preserve as much meniscus as possible. >>Learn more.
By replacing all or a portion of the meniscus with a donor cartilage, the patient can regain the natural "shock absorber" in the knee and experience many additional years of activity, even in the presence of arthritis. >>Learn more.
Primary suture repair of the torn ligament is sometimes possible with the addition of growth factors. This is performed as an outpatient procedure. >>Learn more
Decades of experience at replacing anterior cruciate ligaments (ACL's) using donor tissue have shown that more than 90% of patients can return to full sports with a stable knee.
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Repeat surgical reconstruction of the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) requires extensive experience in selecting tunnel placement and replacement tissue. >>Learn more.
|PCL Repair and Reconstruction|
The posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) can sometimes be primarily repaired with sutures and growth factors. Most of the time we replace the torn tissue with a donor bone-patellar tendon-bone graft. >>Learn more.
|Posterior Lateral Corner Reconstruction|
Rotational instability of the knee due to injuries to the corner of the knee can be repaired with a graft. >>Learn more.
|Partial Knee Replacement|
This outpatient procedure utilizes a state-of-the-art robotic arm (MAKO) to increase the precision of artificial implant replacement and helping to stabilize the knee. >>Learn more.
|Total Knee Replacement|
When global arthritis exists and complete joint space is lost, full knee replacement is very helpful and return to most sports is encouraged. >>Learn more.
Severely bowed or knock knee legs can be straightened using a wedge technique. >>Learn more.
The Stone Clinic
Building Better Joints Through Advanced Techniques in Cartilage Replacement, Regeneration and Repair