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Philadelphia 76ers center Andrew Bynum, will head to Germany next month, according to a report from the “Philadelphia Inquirer” on Monday, to undergo a non-surgical procedure to strengthen both his knees. The paper’s sources state that the recently acquired big man, who came to the Sixers from the Los Angeles Lakers last week, will go through the treatment, known as Regenokine; which reportedly has helped former teammate Kobe Bryant as well as Grant Hill and Brandon Roy.
The process consists of Bynum going through a ten-day period of doctors extracting tissue from his body, alter it and then put it back into his body. Roy, felt so much better after having gone through the procedure; that he has resumed his career in the Association, signing a contract with the Minnesota Timberwolves after retiring last December.
Although, the paper states that the big man from the Sixers is not in any current pain and underwent a trouble-free campaign this past season, Bynum has been plagued by ...
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Several sources are reporting today that the Sixers newly acquired center, Andrew Bynum, will be heading to Germany soon to have a non-surgical procedure done on one or both of his knees.
The Sports XChange reports:
Bynum is expected to visit Peter Wehling, who founded the Center for Molecular Orthopedics in Dusseldorf, for joint treatment in which injections of the patient’s...
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