We are moving to London
October 17th 2020
Exciting news: from November our clinic and treatment facilities will be in Chelsea in London. We will be able to offer much better conditions, more space and easy access to the clinic. Our clinic will be within the Smart Clinics, although Algocells remains independent Regenexx affiliate.
Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) tears
September 24th 2020
Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) is a common victim of knee injuries. It is particularly vulnerable to twisting movements, such as ones during skiing, snowboarding and playing football. ACL plays a crucial role in stabilising knee joint. Its tear is one of the commonest sport injuries.
Cranio-cervical instability (CCI)
July 1st 2020
In Algocells we provide treatments which involve Platelet Rich Plasma (or stem cells) injection into C0/1, C1/2 joints and capsules, into further cervical facet joints, posterior ligaments and muscles. We also collaborate with Dr Iain Smith, a Chiropractor, who specialises in CCI and has a vast experience in treating this condition. We can also arrange an MRI imaging in London, dedicated to CCI diagnosis. The scans are assessed and interpreted by one of the leading Neuroradiologist, specialising in CCI.
Traveling to the UK for treatment
June 3rd 2020
We are now at a stage where we can to move forward with providing safe, effective treatments to our international patients, in accordance with UKBA and government guidelines.
MAX Covid-19 Protection Zone
May 12th 2020
The time is coming when we will be able to reopen our treatment centre on 1st June 2020! It is a great news for all of us. Our mission is to treat you, patients in need and in pain. But we are aware of our responsibility to treat you in a safe environment, protecting you and ourselves from the infection. That's why, following Regenexx guidelines, we are launching a six steps MAX Covid-19 Protection Zone to make sure that our treatments are provided in the safe conditions.
Steroids during and after the pandemic
April 22nd 2020
You might have heard that steroids are not good as they can cause many complications and are not free from side effects, some of them serious. The issue has become even more acute in the time of coronavirus pandemic and indeed afterwards. Many health organisations, such as Faculty of Pain Medicine of the Royal College of Anaesthetists and British Society of Skeletal Radiologists have issued their guidelines where they advise a great caution regarding steroid shots during the pandemic.
Testing for viruses
March 24th 2020
The head of WHO said at a news conference on 16th March: “We have a simple message to all countries: test, test, test. All countries should be able to test all suspected cases, they cannot fight this pandemic blindfolded”. (The Economist). Well said but how can the virus be actually tested, you might wonder.