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joint preservation

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”

osteoarthritis treatment

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”

injury care

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”

shoulder arthritis

Shoulder Arthritis: Row, row, row your boat

Posted on September 3 By Oregon Regenerative Medicine

by Dr. Noel Peterson, ND, DAAPM At age 56, Charlie’s shoulder arthritis was so advanced he could no longer lift 4×8 sheets of plywood or swing his hammer as a home remodeling contractor, let alone fish the Wilson River rowing his beloved McKenzie drift boat. … Learn More » “Shoulder Arthritis: Row, row, row your boat”

partial rotator cuff tears

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”

Syringes filled with platelet rich plasma

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”

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?”

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?”

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

Stay Fit in 30 minutes twice a week 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 in 30 minutes twice a week with the Slow Burn Fitness Revolution”

painful shoulder can benefit from PRP prolotherapy

Healing Shoulders with Prolotherapy and PRP

Posted on December 17 By Oregon Regenerative Medicine

On March 19, 2001 I had a snowboarding accident at Whistler, BC, where an unfortunate encounter with a tree allowed me to experience and appreciate the high professionalism and quality of the Canadian national health care system. Skilled doctors kept me breathing, while orthopedists pieced … Learn More » “Healing Shoulders with Prolotherapy and PRP”