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Articular Cartilage Paste Graft patient testimonial - 3 year post op

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Avid cyclist Jean-Claude was hit by a car and damaged the articular cartilage in his knee. A microfracture procedure did not provide pain relief for him. Jean-Claude came to The Stone Clinic on his professional ballerina friend's recommendation. Orthopedic surgeon Kevin R. Stone, MD successfully repaired the painful cartilage damage in Jean-Claude's knee. "Until you have had the pain that I had, you can't explain to somebody what a joy it is to wake up and feel 'oh my knee doesn't hurt!'...I am thrilled my decision to go to The Stone Clinic"

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The Z-Lig™ ACLR Device, invented by Kevin R. Stone, M.D. and subsequently developed by Aperion Biologics, has been cleared for marketing and distribution in the European Union and other markets which recognize the CE Mark.
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