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Who is a good candidate for regenerative cell therapy?

Posted on July 12 By Oregon Regenerative Medicine

Joint surgery alternative, joint replacement alternative Adipose biocellular therapy with Adipose-Derived Tissue grafts, when combined with Platelet Rich Plasma, offers the best alternative to joint surgery or joint replacement. Most of our patients were facing joint surgery or replacement due to common tendon ligament and … Learn More » “Who is a good candidate for regenerative cell therapy?”

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Skin Regeneration with Collagen Induction Therapy

Posted on July 11 By Oregon Regenerative Medicine

At ORM, we have been utilizing platelet rich plasma (PRP) to perform nonsurgical face-lifts, a.k.a. “Dracula Facelift”, since 2009. We have added collagen induction therapy or CIT to add more benefit to PRP facelifts. In This procedure we use the latest German-made EXCEED micro-needling device … Learn More » “Skin Regeneration with Collagen Induction Therapy”

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ECZEMA : one of the world’s most common skin conditions.

Posted on June 3 By Oregon Regenerative Medicine

A Naturopathic Approach to one of the world’s most common skin conditions. Holistic dermatology is an area of specialty within our medical practice and we see many patients, young and old, with various skin conditions including eczema. We spend a lot of my clinical time working … Learn More » “ECZEMA : one of the world’s most common skin conditions.”

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Allergies: Try these natural cures

Posted on May 20 By Oregon Regenerative Medicine

Allergies are an overreaction of the immune system to an otherwise innocuous substance. This time of year, pollen is the usual culprit. Pollen allergies can cause numerous symptoms that vary from mild to debilitating. While allopathic treatment of allergies involves palliating symptoms, naturopathic treatment strives … Learn More » “Allergies: Try these natural cures”

Dr. Noel Peterson practices the slow burn fitness workouts to stay in shape for water sports

Stay Fit with the Slow Burn Fitness Revolution

Posted on September 26 By Oregon Regenerative Medicine

How can 30 minutes of exercise twice a week turn back your genetic clock, make new brain cells, save your heart, and prevent osteoarthritis? Dr. Noel Peterson, Oregon Regenerative Medicine Medical Director Of all the lifestyle factors affecting longevity, exercise continues to lead the pack. … Learn More » “Stay Fit with the Slow Burn Fitness Revolution”

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Old Man Knees- A Testimonial to Prolotherapy

Posted on September 25 By Oregon Regenerative Medicine

A 23-year-old is thankful to have his knees back I’m 23 years old. I saw Dr. Peterson for prolo about a year ago on the suggestion of my grandparents, both of which are very active and had had success with him treating their joints. For … Learn More » “Old Man Knees- A Testimonial to Prolotherapy”

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PRP Meniscus Tear Success Story

Posted on April 28 By Oregon Regenerative Medicine

“I started having knee pain last October and was unable to go up or down stairs or to walk without a lot of pain. I belong to Volkwalkers Oregon and had to stop walking with my friends. My doctor prescribed physical therapy, which did not help. … Learn More » “PRP Meniscus Tear Success Story”

PRP: The Natural, Non-Surgical Facelift

Posted on April 25 By Oregon Regenerative Medicine

What can be more natural than your own PRP?  Since 2006, Dr. Noel Peterson has incorporated PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma or Autologous Platelet Concentrates) to restore function in joints and ligaments. Since then, he has helped thousands of patients using cellular regenerative injections, restoring function … Learn More » “PRP: The Natural, Non-Surgical Facelift”