Groundbreaking stem cell therapy which allowed Jack Nicklaus to play golf again after years of back pain could help Andy Murray, scientists believe.

Last year, Nicklaus 78, revealed that he had taken part in an experimental procedure which removed stem cells from his abdomen and inserted them into his lower back.

Before treatment he could not stand for longer than 10 minutes or swing a golf club, but after the 90 minute procedure Nicklaus was back on the golf course within a week, entirely pain free.

The treatment was developed by Sanford Health, the largest not-for-profit rural healthcare company in the US, which received much of its research funding from billionaire philanthropist Denny Sanford…

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