Chronic Shoulder Pain Study: Adipose Stem Cell Injection Instead of Surgery

Nonsurgical treatment for chronic shoulder pain at Oregon Regenerative Medicine

An alternative to replacement surgery for ending shoulder pain by Dr. Noel Peterson Chronic shoulder pain is the third most prominent cause of disability behind low back and neck pain. When current standard non-surgical methods fail, there are few viable options available other than shoulder replacement surgery. This study confirms what we have seen in […]

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Research & Articles on Regenerative Medicine

The following are links to research and outside articles in the area of Regenerative Medicine Refractory Shoulder Pain with Osteoarthritis, and Rotator Cuff Tear, Treated With Micro-Fragmented Adipose Tissue Regeneration of Cartilage in Human Knee Osteoarthritis with Autologous Adipose Tissue-Derived Stem Cells and Autologous Extracellular Matrix Can Platelet-rich Plasma Be Used for Skin Rejuvenation? Evaluation […]

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PRP stimulates hair growth in men and women

Hair restoration for men and women in Portland

by Dr. Dhai Barr What is PRP Hair Restoration? Studies published over the last 10-years have found PRP injection to be an effective treatment to stimulate new hair growth in both men and women. PRP, or Platelet Rich Plasma, is a treatment that uses growth factors derived and concentrated from the patient’s own blood in our lab. […]

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OTC pain relievers speed total knee replacements and progression of osteoarthritis

Reverse osteoarthritis with Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) at Oregon Regenerative Medicine in Portland

Studies have shown that the main therapeutic effects of PRP and stem-cell therapies rely on the delivery of a high concentration of bioactive growth factors, which stimulate repair and regeneration.

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Doc Talks: OTC pain meds, the good, the bad and the alternatives. January 11, 6:30 PM

Taking NSAIDS has been shown to more than double the risk of total knee replacement

Do NSAIDS increase the risk of total knee replacement? Americans take 30 Billion doses of OTC pain meds a year. Taking NSAIDS has been shown to more than double the risk of total knee replacement. The overall impact of NSAIDS on our nation’s health has been well documented, yet few of us appreciate the magnitude of these […]

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Back to school means surge in concussion risk

PLAN Protocol for football concussions at Oregon Regenerative Medicine

Follow up care found to be inadequate A 6-year study made by Blue-Cross Blue Shield found that the diagnoses of concussion have increased 43 percent from 2010 through 2015 in the U.S. Additionally, concussion diagnoses spiked 71 percent for patients ages 10 through 19 during the same time span. For this age group, the fall is […]

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Chondroitin sulfate plus glucosamine as effective as Celebrex

Knee osteoarthritis (OA) natural treatment at Oregon Regenerative Medicine

Glucosamine, chondroitin and prolotherapy are an effective combination for knee pain.

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How Prolotherapy Saved My Hands and Feet from Arthritis

How Prolotherapy Saved my Future By: Alp Goldsmith About 20 years ago I was told by hand surgeons that my thumb joints were degenerating from progressive arthritis and that I would soon not be able to use them and there was little they could do about it.  I saw the hand surgeon because I could not clap […]

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Stem Cell Therapy : Fountain of Youth for Joints?

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Posted by Alex Paul I am 67 years old and still pursuing my sports of surfing and skiing. A variety of injuries and problems were slowing me down by age 64, but Dr. Peterson has literally worked a miracle in my life with prolotherapy and stem cell therapy. I have a damaged disc in my neck […]

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Avoiding Knee Surgery: 2-year PRP Study Confirms Cartilage Repair in Osteoarthritis of the Knee

By: Dr. Noel Peterson In a 2-year clinical trial, researchers from the Bioresearch Foundation of Milan, Italy, studied and treated 93 patients with advancing osteoarthritis pain of one or both knees who were otherwise candidates for arthroscopic surgery. Then, instead of surgery, they treated all the patients (119 knees) with a course of 3 monthly […]

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