A hip steroid injection is a common procedure to alleviate pain. But what is often not disclosed is the rapid progression of arthritis that occurs after steroid injection. In a 2019 study1 from the Journal of the Radiology Society of North America (RSNA), doctors at … Learn More » “Hip steroid injection? Walk away while you still can and get stem cells instead.”
Are you getting platelet-rich or platelet poor PRP?
by Dr. Noel Peterson, ND, DAAPM The vast majority of clinics have no idea of whether their PRP is platelet enriched or platelet poor. For over 20 years, Oregon Regenerative Medicine has been the only NW clinic to analyze every patient’s Platelet Rich Plasma in our laboratory … Learn More » “Are you getting platelet-rich or platelet poor PRP?”
Joint Pain Resolved with PRP & Stem Cell Therapies
Shoulder, hip and knee pain can involve every aspect of our lives – walking, climbing steps, playing sports, working – and even sleeping. Even though both knee and hip pain can worsen as we age, joint pain can affect anyone at any age. Scientific evidence … Learn More » “Joint Pain Resolved with PRP & Stem Cell Therapies”
Joint Care: Cutting edge stem cells outshine the scalpel
Joint care is our specialty. Hundreds of knee and hip pain patients have benefited from the micro-fractionated adipose tissue graft procedure we use at Oregon Regenerative Medicine. What follows is another study in which PRP was added to the micro-fragmented adipose and compared in 30 … Learn More » “Joint Care: Cutting edge stem cells outshine the scalpel”
FDA says Watch Out for Unapproved Stem Cell Therapies!
Public service video published recently by FDA warns patients about unapproved stem cell therapies by Dr. Noel Peterson, ND, DAAPM Since 2012, Oregon Regenerative Medicine has been the leader in providing FDA compliant joint preservation cell therapies-PRP and autologous micro fragmented adipose- for the relief … Learn More » “FDA says Watch Out for Unapproved Stem Cell Therapies!”
Osteoarthritis Treatment: The ultimate game plan
Oregon Regenerative Medicine (ORM) offers the most comprehensive osteoarthritis treatment available. With our expertise in regenerative medicine combined with metabolic, hormonal, dietary, and movement strategies we ensure our patients get the best results possible. A Typical Osteoarthritis Treatment Success Story 63-year-old Robert comes into ORM … Learn More » “Osteoarthritis Treatment: The ultimate game plan”
Treatment Gap Widened by COVID-19: Why wait for a joint replacement?
The treatment gap is the space between when patients begin to have joint pain but aren’t yet ready for a total joint replacement. This is where regenerative medicine truly shines. It is in this treatment gap that patients can experience profound pain relief and potentially … Learn More » “Treatment Gap Widened by COVID-19: Why wait for a joint replacement?”
PRP: 5 Ways To Harness Your Self-Healing Power
Platelet Rich Plasma, more commonly known as PRP, is an emerging therapy in many different fields of medicine. At ORM, we have pioneered the use of PRP for musculoskeletal pain and orthopedics. For over 15 years, Dr. Noel Peterson has taught hundreds of physicians in … Learn More » “PRP: 5 Ways To Harness Your Self-Healing Power”
Cellular medicine provides alternative to joint replacement surgery
The majority of our patients with severe osteoarthritis are able to avoid the need for total hip and total knee replacement surgery, as long as they are treated before the onset of total joint destruction. Clinical trials demonstrate that even bone-on-bone arthritis responds well to … Learn More » “Cellular medicine provides alternative to joint replacement surgery”
Adipose Derived Mesenchymal Cells, and How They Help Heal Joint Injuries
By: Dr. Noel Peterson An integral part of a powerful form of Regenerative Injection Therapy, Mesenchymal Cells are self-renewing cells that can be derived from a patient’s own adipose (fat) tissue, in a same-day procedure. Adipose-derived tissues have many advantages over other tissue sources. When combined … Learn More » “Adipose Derived Mesenchymal Cells, and How They Help Heal Joint Injuries”