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Joint Preservation with Orthobiologic Therapies

Posted on August 2 By Oregon Regenerative Medicine

Joint pain can involve every aspect of our lives – walking, climbing steps, playing sports, working – and even sleeping. And even though it worsens as we age, joint pain can affect anyone at any age. Joint preservation can offer an effective alternative to surgical joint … Learn More » “Joint Preservation with Orthobiologic Therapies”

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Osteoarthritis Treatment: The ultimate game plan

Posted on May 25 By Samuel G. Oltman, ND

by Dr. Samuel G. Oltman, ND 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 … Learn More » “Osteoarthritis Treatment: The ultimate game plan”

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Injury Care: The Definitive Guide

Posted on March 15 By Samuel G. Oltman, ND

As common as sprains and strains are, it is astounding how much misinformation persists about how to best manage injury care. Let’s set the record straight, using the best available evidence and parse the details: Inflammation and Stress Inflammation and stress are not always bad … Learn More » “Injury Care: The Definitive Guide”

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Achilles Tendinopathy & Plantar Fasciosis: Preventing & Treating Quarantine Injuries

Posted on October 15 By Samuel G. Oltman, ND

by Dr. Samuel G. Oltman, ND Are more of your patients reporting injuries and pain in their feet since the COVID lockdowns? Ours certainly are. A seemingly universal effect of the COVID-19 closures has been an increase in walking and running for exercise due to … Learn More » “Achilles Tendinopathy & Plantar Fasciosis: Preventing & Treating Quarantine Injuries”

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Foot and Ankle Health: A Feet-First Perspective

Posted on September 16 By Oregon Regenerative Medicine

Foot and ankle health relies on a masterpiece of anatomical design: 28 bones, 30 joints, and over 100 tendons, ligaments, and muscles. For the majority of us, our feet are currently under more demand than ever, putting strain on this complex system. A universal effect … Learn More » “Foot and Ankle Health: A Feet-First Perspective”

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Partial Rotator Cuff Tears: Let’s Actually Fix Them

Posted on August 13 By Oregon Regenerative Medicine

by Dr. Samuel G. Oltman, ND Shoulder pain affects about 3.3 million Americans at any given time. Rotator cuff tendinopathy of the supraspinatus is the most common cause of the pain, found in 85% of symptomatic individuals1. Surgery is thought to “fix” these partial rotator … Learn More » “Partial Rotator Cuff Tears: Let’s Actually Fix Them”

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Low Back Pain Responds to Precision Treatment

Posted on August 6 By Oregon Regenerative Medicine

by Dr. Samuel G. Oltman, ND The scientific and medical consensus on low back pain is in: it’s complicated. It is also one of the most common ailments in the world. At any given moment, there are about 31 million Americans that suffer from back … Learn More » “Low Back Pain Responds to Precision Treatment”

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Prolotherapy Most Effective in Sacroiliac Pain

Posted on May 25 By Oregon Regenerative Medicine

by Dr. Noel Peterson, ND, DAAPM One of the most common causes of low back pain is sacroiliac sprain, and Prolotherapy and PRP injections continue to be the most effective and definitive treatment I have seen in my 40+ years of practice. Sacroiliac, iliolumbar, and lumbosacral … Learn More » “Prolotherapy Most Effective in Sacroiliac Pain”

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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?”

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”