As a lifelong competitive athlete, Ken Moss’s bio is an enviable one.
Track Coach, Heritage High School, 2010 thru present
USA Track and Field Championships, 2009 thru 2015
Various National Masters Titles and records in the Shotput, Discus, Hammer Throw, Weight Throw, Superweight Throw
Member of All Marine Track and Field Team, 1970 and 1971
Member of All Interservice Track and Field Team, 1971
Member of US Olympic Training Camp, 1971
Member of U.S. Marine Corps Track and Field Team, 1970 and 1971
New York University, Captain, Track and Field Team, 1968
Training for competition requires heavy power weight lifting. Ken reports that a year ago, things had gotten so bad with his shoulder that “I could not even grip the bar”. That’s when he found Stem Cell ARTS.
Ken’s doctor diagnosed not only the arthritis and cartilage loss that other doctors had observed but also a slight tear. Ken received stem cell therapy on his shoulder just about a year ago.
“Yesterday I deadlifted 455 lbs and quarter deadlifted 600 lbs with no pain” Ken states. “I did not even use straps to grip the bar”.
That’s a pretty substantial improvement and Ken Moss is happy to be returning to competition.
Ken adds, “I just hope my wife doesn’t see this … I tell her I still can’t do the dishes because of my shoulder.”