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Treatment Gap Widened by COVID-19: Why wait for a joint replacement?

Posted on May 12 By Oregon Regenerative Medicine

by Dr. Samuel G. Oltman, ND 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 … Learn More » “Treatment Gap Widened by COVID-19: Why wait for a joint replacement?”

nerve pain can be helped with ultrasound-guided hydrodissection

Peripheral Nerve Pain Treatment: Advanced hydrodissection workshop at ORM

Posted on December 31 By Oregon Regenerative Medicine

JF had severe left shoulder and elbow nerve pain that had not responded to conventional orthopedic treatment. For over a year he had been unable to raise his arm above his shoulder, swim or do any manual work around his house, and the pain was … Learn More » “Peripheral Nerve Pain Treatment: Advanced hydrodissection workshop at ORM”

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”

Dr. Noel Peterson demonstrating stem cell results for patient with knee OA

Adipose Tissue Biocellular Results: How much can you improve?

Posted on August 5 By Oregon Regenerative Medicine

by Dr. Samuel G. Oltman, ND  We have compiled our adipose tissue and cell treatment results for 6-month patient outcomes in 2017-2018, and the benefits are clear. The following statistics are for autologous adipose derived tissue grafts. Adipose is an ideal harvest tissue because, in … Learn More » “Adipose Tissue Biocellular Results: How much can you improve?”

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PRP: 5 Ways To Harness Your Self-Healing Power

Posted on July 22 By Oregon Regenerative Medicine

by Dr. Samuel G. Oltman, N.D. 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 … Learn More » “PRP: 5 Ways To Harness Your Self-Healing Power”

Avoiding total knee replacement surgery with prolotherapy

Total Knee Replacement Surgeries Increasingly Scrutinized — Regenerative Medicine Provides a Safe and Effective Alternative

Posted on June 10 By Oregon Regenerative Medicine

by Dr. Samuel G. Oltman, ND A recent New York Times article brings to light the high rate of unjustified total knee replacement surgeries and the lack of alternatives patients face to reduce their pain. Most patients are told that if physical therapy is not … Learn More » “Total Knee Replacement Surgeries Increasingly Scrutinized — Regenerative Medicine Provides a Safe and Effective Alternative”

Non surgical treatment options for sports injuries at Oregon Regenerative Medicine in Portland

Over 90% of sports injuries don’t require surgery. So why go to a surgeon?

Posted on February 25 By Oregon Regenerative Medicine

Good question. Yet most injured athletes end up seeing a surgeon. Like Mark, who 10 years earlier had injured his right knee in a mountain bike fall. His pain and disability had worsened to the point that 2 years ago he began to consult with … Learn More » “Over 90% of sports injuries don’t require surgery. So why go to a surgeon?”

Repair knee cartilage loss with Platelet Rich Plasma

Does PRP repair knee OA? Another study says yes!

Posted on January 18 By Oregon Regenerative Medicine

Another study adds to the evidence that prp repairs arthritis of the knee  By Terrance Manning II, ND At Oregon Regenerative Medicine, we see PRP repair arthritis of the knee everyday. Despite a wealth of published clinical evidence, many physicians remain skeptical of the efficacy of PRP. Studies prove … Learn More » “Does PRP repair knee OA? Another study says yes!”

Adipose Derived Mesenchymal Cells, and How They Help Heal Joint Injuries

Posted on December 5 By Oregon Regenerative Medicine

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”

stem cell therapy doctors at Oregon Regenerative Medicine

Regenerative Adipose Cell Therapy as an alternative to joint replacement surgery: Are you the right candidate?

Posted on November 12 By Oregon Regenerative Medicine

Dr. Noel Peterson, ND, DAAPM, Dr. Sam Oltman, ND Our patients typically come to us with injuries to their knees, meniscus tears, MCL injuries, and ACL injuries. They present with labrum and rotator cuff tears to their shoulders, hip labrum tears, and painful osteoarthritis of … Learn More » “Regenerative Adipose Cell Therapy as an alternative to joint replacement surgery: Are you the right candidate?”