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Dr. Noel Peterson, NUNM & OANP 2019 Living Legend Award 2019

Dr. Noel Peterson Receives 2019 Living Legend Award

Posted on December 3 By Oregon Regenerative Medicine

by Dr. Samuel G. Oltman, ND Our team at Oregon Regenerative Medicine is proud to announce that our founder and medical director, Dr. Noel Peterson, is the recipient of the 2019 Living Legend award given by the Oregon Association of Naturopathic Physicians (OANP) and the … Learn More » “Dr. Noel Peterson Receives 2019 Living Legend Award”

Knee Osteoarthritis: Timing is Everything

Posted on November 19 By Oregon Regenerative Medicine

by Dr. Noel Peterson, ND, DAAPM Carl’s x-rays showed he had early-stage, grade 1 or 2 knee osteoarthritis (KOA). He was a 42-year-old accountant who relished his time spent outdoors. He loved his daily walks, skiing, and biking. He kept his fitness up by working … Learn More » “Knee Osteoarthritis: Timing is Everything”

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Intermittent Fasting: An easy way to promote health, live longer and reverse type 2 diabetes

Posted on November 6 By Oregon Regenerative Medicine

by Dr. Samuel G. Oltman, ND So what is intermittent fasting? Intermittent fasting (IF) is a way of scheduling your meals so that your body goes 16 hours without caloric intake. The goal is to cycle 8-hour periods of eating with 16 hours of fasting. … Learn More » “Intermittent Fasting: An easy way to promote health, live longer and reverse type 2 diabetes”

Daylight Saving Time – How to move forward when your clock turns back

Posted on October 31 By Oregon Regenerative Medicine

When it’s time to fall back by 1 hour, be prepared  Daylight saving time (DST) was first instituted in Thunder Bay, Canada in 1908. Today less than 40% of countries around the world seasonally move their clocks forwards and backwards by an hour. On Lord … Learn More » “Daylight Saving Time – How to move forward when your clock turns back”

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Regenerative Injection Recovery: Exercise guidelines to help you get the most from your treatments

Posted on October 21 By Oregon Regenerative Medicine

After receiving regenerative injection therapy you may be tempted to return to activity quickly. Or you may feel you should rest for a prolonged period of time. Either way, it’s important to understand that the healing process is gradual. Even though your regenerative injection recovery … Learn More » “Regenerative Injection Recovery: Exercise guidelines to help you get the most from your treatments”

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Negative Stem Cell Therapy Reviews: Debunking the Debunkers

Posted on October 2 By Oregon Regenerative Medicine

Contrary to negative stem cell therapy reviews, the truth is that there are 1000’s of published studies supporting the science and clinical effectiveness of adipose and bone marrow stem cells,  and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) to treat a wide range of conditions. A few of these … Learn More » “Negative Stem Cell Therapy Reviews: Debunking the Debunkers”

Brain injury treatment at Oregon Regenerative Medicine Portland

Brain Injury P.L.A.N. — Aid Concussion Recovery

Posted on September 17 By Oregon Regenerative Medicine

by Dr. Samuel G. Oltman, ND Ending up with neurological damage after a brain injury isn’t on anyone’s wish list. While there is no consensus on a medicinal agent that promotes recovery, our doctors have a PRP brain trauma protocol called PLAN that uses scientific … Learn More » “Brain Injury P.L.A.N. — Aid Concussion Recovery”

Doctors attending the nerve hydrodissection workshop at Oregon Regenerative Medicine

Hydrodissection Does Not Have to be a Pain: Ultrasound-guided Treatment of Peripheral Nerve Entrapment

Posted on September 10 By Oregon Regenerative Medicine

Pictured above L to R: Dr. Noel Peterson, Dr. Ezekial Mailand, Dr. Samuel G. Oltman, Dr. Terrance Manning, II A Workshop for Doctors Hosted by Oregon Regenerative Medicine by Dr. Noel Peterson, ND, DAAPM, ORM Medical Director For me, there are few things better in … Learn More » “Hydrodissection Does Not Have to be a Pain: Ultrasound-guided Treatment of Peripheral Nerve Entrapment”

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Dry Eyes Find Relief with PRP

Posted on August 19 By Oregon Regenerative Medicine

by Dr. Samuel G. Oltman, ND About five million Americans over age 50 suffer from moderate-to-severe dry eyes, and tens of millions more have mild or episodic manifestations of dry eye disease. Dry eye disease causes eye irritation or discomfort, and can decrease functional vision, … Learn More » “Dry Eyes Find Relief with PRP”