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Centeno Schultz Clinic Costs For Stem Cell Therapy

According to patient feedback Centeno Schultz Clinic Costs between $3000 – $8000+

According to CentenoSchultz.com, their stem cell procedure costs are not listed. (see below)

“Because the procedure protocol will vary from person to person and because each person will have a unique condition to be treated, the cost  of procedures can vary considerably from patient to patient. An evaluation will give you a better idea of condition, treatment and costs specific to your condition. The chart below provides a general idea of the procedures and where they fall in terms of cost and severity of conditions treated. Platelet procedures cost considerably less than stem cell procedures.”

What Patients Have to Say About The Costs

Dustin Hartman submitted a review of Centeno Schultz Clinic Cost on Google. He explains how he wasted nearly $500 for an assessment.

Click the image above to see Dustin’s review of Centeno Schultz Cost on Google.

Williams Keeny submitted a review of Centeno Schultz Clinic Cost on Google. He explains how he spent $5000 out of pocket and received ZERO pain relief.

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Tom Schadt sumbitted a review of Centeno Schultz Clinic Cost on Google. He explains how fast Dr. Schulz was to get their money.

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Joseph Hewitt submitted a review of Centeno Schultz Clinic Cost on Google. He explained how we was wrongfully charged for equipment.

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The National Average Cost of Stem Cell Therapy

About 1 in 10 respondents reported paying $20,000 or more, including some beyond $100,000. That’s a whopping stem cell treatment cost, especially for something most often unproven and unapproved by the FDA. If we consider these responses, the average cost may be more like $7,500-$10,000. For doctors and hospitals, stem cells are easy money, Turner said. Patients typically pay more than $700 a treatment for platelets and up to $5,000 for fat and bone marrow injections. Typical treatments involve injecting patients’ joints with their own fat or bone … While hospital-based stem cell treatments may be legal, there’s no strong … to every bit of hope you can get, even if it does cost you a lot of money.

Centeno Schultz Clinic Cost – READ Before You Go

What does Centeno Schultz Clinic Cost?

Centeno Schultz Clinic Cost For Stem Cell Therapy

According to patient feedback Centeno Schultz Clinic Costs between $3000 – $8000+

According to CentenoSchultz.com, their stem cell procedure costs are not listed. (see below)

“Because the procedure protocol will vary from person to person and because each person will have a unique condition to be treated, the pricing of procedures can vary considerably from patient to patient. An evaluation will give you a better idea of condition, treatment and costs specific to your condition. The chart below provides a general idea of the procedures and where they fall in terms of cost and severity of conditions treated. Platelet procedures cost considerably less than stem cell procedures.”

What Patients Have to Say About The Costs

Dustin Hartman submitted a review of Centeno Schultz Clinic Cost on Google. He explains how he wasted nearly $500 for an assessment.

Click the image above to see Dustin’s review of Centeno Schultz Cost on Google.

Williams Keeny submitted a review of Centeno Schultz Clinic Cost on Google. He explains how he spent $5000 out of pocket and received ZERO pain relief.

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Click the image above to see Williams’s review of Centeno Schultz Clinic Cost on Google.

Tom Schadt sumbitted a review of Centeno Schultz Clinic Cost on Google. He explains how fast Dr. Schulz was to get their money.

what does centeno schultz clinic cost

Click the image above to see Toms’s review of Centeno Schultz  Cost on Google.

Joseph Hewitt submitted a review of Centeno Schultz Clinic Cost on Google. He explained how we was wrongfully charged for equipment.

cost for treatment at centeno schultz

Click the image above to see Joseph’s review of Centeno Schultz Clinic Cost on Google.

The National Average Cost of Stem Cell Therapy

About 1 in 10 respondents reported paying $20,000 or more, including some beyond $100,000. That’s a whopping stem cell treatment cost, especially for something most often unproven and unapproved by the FDA. If we consider these responses, the average cost may be more like $7,500-$10,000. For doctors and hospitals, stem cells are easy money, Turner said. Patients typically pay more than $700 a treatment for platelets and up to $5,000 for fat and bone marrow injections. Typical treatments involve injecting patients’ joints with their own fat or bone … While hospital-based stem cell treatments may be legal, there’s no strong … to every bit of hope you can get, even if it does cost you a lot of money.

Centeno Schultz Clinic Caught Writing Fake Reviews

According to Teresa White, The Centeno Schultz Marketing Manager, Caitlyn Talmadge and one of their doctors – Otono Silva – placed two of the 5 star reviews on this site (near the bottom). “Yelp” and “Trustpilot Regenexx” have more fair and accurate online reviews in my opinion. Read more potentially fake reviews here.

Teresa White

My experience is that with regular strains, tears, and mild arthritis they can help you. But upkeep with them is a fortune. So you’ll need to decide if paying thousands a year for upkeep is worth it. I don’t believe they care about you. If something didn’t work and you have questions and email you, they will not reply. I have experienced this first hand. If they don’t like what they see for a review, they often have it removed, even if sites claim doctors can’t do that (I guess millionaire doctors can). I have also experienced this first hand. Their fees are truly disgusting and they can take advantage of the fact that most people are unfamiliar with regenerative medicine and don’t know better about the centeno schultz clinic costs. One of the regenexx doctors (not Centeno or Schultz) even calls himself “Doctor Money” as an instagram account name. These people are greedy. The Centeno Schultz Marketing Manager, Caitlyn Talmadge and one of their doctors – Otono Silva – even placed two of the 5 star reviews on this site (near the bottom). “Yelp” and “Trustpilot Regenexx” have more fair and accurate online reviews in my opinion. There is something fishy about all of the non-stop, 5 star reviews.

Susans (1) Star Review of Regenexx

1 star: Bad

They Give you Procedures Without a Diagnosis

I received 6 PRP treatments. 4 hips, 1 neck, 1 lumbar. The procedures went well and I got some relief from them albeit very short lived. I would recommend them for an issue that you are sure of having. Be sure of the issue before you go because they will not diagnose you. They will give you the treatments if you want them without them diagnosing you.
My opinion of the physician ( Dr. Musman) changed drastically many months later. After the 6 procedures, he ordered a new MRI of both hips, my back and my neck.
I was having tremendous pain in my back, hips, legs, neck and arms despite finishing the PRP procedures. I sent the MRI to the doctor and the response was that I had a tendinosis tear in my hip. Thats all that was said, even after I expressed how painful the whole area was. Many months after he told me that, two new doctors looked at the same MRI and they diagnosed that I actually had two very badly rumptured discs in my back and bony growths and a bulging disc that brought back my neck pain. My pain had been very high since the Regennex doctor ordered the MRI and “looked” at it after all the PRP procedures. The PRP had no effect on my pain. In fact it got so much worse.
It was outrageous to me that this doctor did not even mention the possibility of any problems with my discs and that it could possibly have been the cause of years of pain that was only getting worse. The doctors who viewed the MRI much later ( as my pain became unbearable) said that the disc herniations were very obvious. The whole time I should have been treating my discs in my back. I was never thoroughly examined by Regennexx nor did they ask about or order an initial MRI of my back. I feel as if I would have know long long ago and perhaps saved myself A LOT of money if they had.
I believe I had the ruptured discs for a very long time. The possibilty was not ever mentioned.
I feel as if the Regennex doctors did not do a thorough job with any diagnoses that I needed desperately. It would have been very good to know what was really wrong with me before I continued to have 6 PRP procedures at the grand total of $14,000, plus hotel stays took the grand total to almost $18,000.
If an additional MRI of my back and neck was ordered initally, I most likely would have known what was wrong. The doctor recommeded a PRP procedure on my back and neck without an MRI or x ray to view. Isnt it the doctors job to get a more solid diagnosis before recommending expensive procedures?
I really wish I had known about my ruptured discs.
The Regennex headquarters will be receiving this review because I believe I ended up a misdiagnosed victim who put trust in the doctors and procedures and ended up much poorer and with nothing to show for it.
I dont believe the PRP procedures hurt me, but I believe they basically made money off me. I got absolutely nothing out of it and now I have the terrible problem of significantly ruptured discs, am out of work without pay and I dont know if I can improve my health.
Shame on them. Very negligent. Stay far far away.
I recently learned that Dr. Musman was closing his practice and moving to the south.
Convenient. I hope people get properly diagnosed BEFORE going to Regenexx. They will just give you the procedures and take your money. I was desperate for help and I feel very taken advantaged of. Now I need treatment and possibly surgery and am $18,000 poorer.

Judie Tillman’s (2) Star Review of Centeno Schultz Clinic

2 stars: Poor

I had stem cell treatment at a Regeneex

I had stem cell treatment at Centeno Schultz Regeneex facility in Phx in March 2019 on my shoulder and the platelets on my neck. Followed all instructions precisely. I did not get any pain relief to speak of. When I tried to schedule a 6 month checkup, I was told their office was closed and was given no way to follow up. Needless to say I am not a satisfied patient and would not recommend Regeneex to anyone. It was very expensive. There was no follow up or it seemed anyone that really cared. Judie Tilmsn

Paul Kemnitzer’s (2) Star Review of Centeno Schultz Clinic

2 stars: Poor

Hip procedure

At the beginning of October 2019 I had a stem cell procedure on my left hip at Centeno Schultz in lieu of more invasive surgery. Dr. Fausel and his staff in Broomfield couldn’t have more professional and perfect to work with. I have absolutely no complaints there. I was told that there was a 50% to 60% chance of success. Unfortunately, it did not work at all. In fact, my hip is worse now than when I went in. I followed all their post-op instructions to no avail and it was extremely painful for three weeks afterwards. Now, 3 1/2 months later I’m looking at surgery. The only regret I have is that it cost me $8,000 out of pocket. Again. the clinic and everyone in it were wonderful and I’m guessing that other people have had success. It just wasn’t right for my situation.

Centeno-Schultz Clinic Attacks Other Stem Cell Clinics to Gain More Business

Centeno-Schultz is not a clinic, they are a business that runs a factory like stem cell clinic. In the last year they have attacked 6 competing Clinics with negative articles on their blog. This tactic is often seen by unethical business owners who try and push out their competition and create more growth for their own business. Christopher J. Centeno, M.D is the author of the following posts below attacking their local competition.

https://centenoschultz.com/mile-high-spine-and-pain-stem-cells/

https://centenoschultz.com/keystone-health-and-wellness-center-stem-cell-review/

https://centenoschultz.com/cendant-stem-cell/

https://centenoschultz.com/denver-regenerative-medicine-review/

https://centenoschultz.com/colorado-medical-solutions-review/

https://centenoschultz.com/redtail-wellness-centers-review/

Each of the links above lead to articles written by Dr. Centeno. Since publishing, it is safe to say that Centeno-Schultz Clinic’s sales have skyrocketed. Along with this practice they seem to be writing/buying fake Centeno Schultz reviews on Google and other platforms.

As a reader and/or potential patient, would you call this ethical behaviour from a Medical Doctor?

 

Joseph Hewitt Centeno Schultz Clinic Reviews

3 years ago

I wish there was two separate review segments for this office. I only saw this clinic one time. At that time I purchased in full an immobilizer brace. No paperwork was done, no waiver or other agreements, only a credit card receipt was signed. Then 1 year later I started getting bills from a collection agency, out of state of course, for the same brace, for the same amount.

The doctors here are very good. Do they sell off patient information to illegal billing practices, I cannot say, but it certainly seems this way. If you see this clinic, and I am by no means not saying don’t see these guys, I would recommend the doctors definitely, just be wary on purchasing any medical equipment from them….. Dealing with a bogus collection agency over a year after the fact, extremely infuriating- Read forward for more Centeno Schultz Reviews.

Tom’s 1 Star Review of Centeno Schultz Clinic – Dr. Centeno & Schultz

Tom’s 1 Star Review of Centeno Schultz Clinic – Dr. Centeno & Schultz

 

Tom Schadt

I will stick to just the facts. First appointment cost $550, I was told that I had three tears in my right and two in my left shoulder and had a 30% chance that the stem cell treatment would work. I forgot my MRI so I came back and Dr. Shultz spent 10 min then had to leave and it cost $160 and that my neck needed treatment. I ask if I could have one shoulder done and the answer was no, two for $8,000. Neck for $2,000. Next I scheduled an appointment and was given the patient package that said there was only a 20 t0 40% chance that they would get sufficient stem cells to do both shoulders. Then why would they not let me do one shoulder because they were not going to get enough stem cell to do both. They are more interested in the dollars than the patient. Dr. Shultz is in such a hurry that his explanation are confusing, I had another person with me who agreed we did not know what they were going to do with the left, right shoulder and the neck.

Dustin’s 1 Star Review of Centeno Schultz Clinic

Dustin Hartman’s 1 Start Review of Centeno Schultz Clinic

 

Review of Centeno Schultz Clinic

6 reviews

I was treated 3 years ago for patellar tendinopathy and damage to the cartilage underneath my knee caps. I traveled from out of state for the procedure based on the reputation of the clinic. I had multiple procedures including a “physical assessment”, bone marrow withdrawal, blood withdrawals, and stem cell transplant under “visual guidance.”

The physical assessment was not even remotely helpful. The therapist; Mark Reilly spent the entire appointment speaking into a recorder barely acknowledging I was there. I felt like a test subject, not a patient. When the assessment was over I asked what exercises/stretches he recommended and what he thought might be contributing to my issue. His answer verbatim was “Well, you don’t live here so I can’t really help you. You’d have to come in every week.” This assessment “cost” was nearly $500.. completely wasted.

The employees for the front desk and admin staff always seem too busy, and non helpful. While I was there throughout the week there were two other clients who came in and literally got in yelling matches only to storm out. The staff seemed to act like it was business as usual.

I asked for their assistance numerous times in helping to get information to my alternative medicine (secondary coverage) insurance. They could not get me the documentation I needed before I left and to this day have never provided my what I needed to have the procedure covered. I ended up paying for the entire thing out of pocket.

Dr. Ron Hanson performed my stem cell procedure. He was very helpful during my phone interview and seemed confident they could help me.I was to receive a $500 discount because they were trying a new procedure using a small camera to help place the stem cells better. During the procedure I was put under anesthesia and was told later by my wife that they found a “foreign body” in my knee and halted the procedure. The incision from the scope and the swelling on my knee were so substantial I had trouble walking or standing. My knee would make a rushing noise when I would attempt to bend it. Between this and what they had told my wife as I was concerned with the procedure so when I returned to the clinic the next day for the next round of injections I asked to talk to the doctor first. It took them nearly 45 mins to get them to speak to me, and when I started asking questions about what he thought could be in my knee and why there was so much swelling her literally said “I don’t have time for this.”

Thankfully another doctor who was “in training” whose name I can’t recall performed my last procedure. He was much more helpful in explaining what to expect, how long recovery would be etc.

Needless to say at that point I was done dealing with them. The procedure left me nearly disabled for over 6 months. My outcome 3 years later was no better than when I walked in there and cost me nearly ~$7K.

I am beyond disappointed with the service I received, the procedure itself and the attitude of the employees at the clinic. I know that main Doctors. Centeno and Dr. Schultz are well respected and I wish in hindsight I would have dealt with one of them directly. The rest of the staff seems sub-par and unprofessional. Even the nurse who drew my blood was haphazard and spilled a large portion of it, then having to draw more. For having such an excellent reputation I was shocked every time I returned for another procedure.

In summary I would be very careful when selecting this clinic. I know others have had success there but I would not recommend their services to anyone based on my experience. Stay away from Centeno Schultz Clinic Lone Tree, CO

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