Riordan-McKenna Institute to be Featured in PBS TV Special on Stem Cell Therapy in Orthopedics

PBS recently visited the Riordan-McKenna Institute in Dallas – Forth Worth to interview Dr. Riordan and Dr. McKenna for a TV special. They also visited Parkway Surgical and Cardiovascular Hospital to film Dr. McKenna performed a stem cell-augmented knee arthroscopy. Dr. McKenna also treats patients non-surgically with Stemnexa, a combination of bone marrow aspirate concentrate (BMAC) and *AlphaGEMS amniotic tissue product.

Dr. Riordan and Dr. McKenna with PBS Interviewer
Dr. Riordan (left) and Dr. McKenna (right) pose with Brenda Watson from PBS
Dr. McKenna performs stem cell-augmented surgery
PBS Filming Riordan-McKenna Institute at Parkway Hospital
OR Nurse, Kent Hicks prepares stem cells for injection
PBS film crew at Parkway Hospital
Dr. McKenna visits with stem cell patient at hospital