Good question. Yet most injured athletes end up seeing a surgeon. Like Nate, who 10 years earlier had injured his right hip in a dirt bike fall. His pain and disability had worsened to the point that 2 years ago he began seeing orthopedic surgeons. After physiotherapy and acupuncture had failed, all three surgeons had […]
By: Dr. Noel Peterson Stem cell procedures are getting more coverage in mainstream media. As a therapy that can help heal joint injuries and chronic pain in one short, same-day procedure, they can be a viable alternative to surgery that takes place right here in our Lake Oswego office. The procedure we use has a high […]
By: Dr. Noel Peterson Our same-day adult stem cell procedure is a natural regenerative treatment that can result in a wide range of benefits within a matter of weeks. Read on to understand the procedure we use, and why it is so effective: The Healing Power of Nature You can think of adipose tissue as a nursery […]
Regenerative Stem Cell Therapy as an Alternative to Joint Replacement Surgery: Are You the Right Candidate?
By: Dr. Noel Peterson Stem Cell Therapy, when combined with Platelet Rich Plasma, offers you the best alternative to hip and knee joint replacement. Most of our patients come to Oregon Regenerative Medicine facing joint surgery or replacement due to common tendon ligament and bone injuries, osteoarthritis, cartilage loss, and other degenerative conditions. The majority of […]
By: Dr. Noel Peterson My patients often ask, “Since platelet rich plasma (PRP) Prolotherapy is the only treatment that has worked for my condition, why didn’t my doctor recommend it?” I believe that the primary reason is that the majority of doctors have never heard of Prolotherapy, and if they have, they simply do not […]
How can 30 minutes of exercise twice a week turn back your genetic clock, make new brain cells, save your heart, and prevent osteoarthritis? Noel Peterson, ND Of all the lifestyle factors affecting longevity, exercise continues to lead the pack. In fact, researchers with the Veterans Affairs recently completed a study of 15,860 men, and found […]