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Retinol Treatment for Skin in Portland

How Retinol Effects Your Skin

Posted on April 20, 2018 By Oregon Regenerative Medicine

The truth about Retinols and Retinoic Acid Retinol (vitamin A) is part of the retinoid family. The prescription form is retinoic acid. The over-the-counter form is called retinol. Biochemically they do the same thing.  Other derivatives of vitamin A are retinyl palmitate, retinyl acetate, and … Learn More » “How Retinol Effects Your Skin”

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Oregon Health Authority Appoints Dr. Peterson to Opioid Task Force

Posted on April 18, 2018 By Oregon Regenerative Medicine

Oregon, like most states, is experiencing an epidemic of street-diversion and overdose of prescription opioids. As part of the statewide effort to address this epidemic, the Oregon Health Authority has appointed Dr. Noel Peterson to Clinical Review Subcommittee of the Prescription Drug Monitoring Program Advisory … Learn More » “Oregon Health Authority Appoints Dr. Peterson to Opioid Task Force”

Dr. Peterson to Teach PRP Platelet Rich Plasma at the 4th Latin-American Congress of Musculoskeletal Medicine in Argentina

Posted on April 17, 2018 By Oregon Regenerative Medicine

Dr. Peterson to teach PRP Platelet Rich Plasma at the 4th Latin-American Congress of Musculoskeletal Medicine in Mendoza, Argentina. Dr. Noel Peterson and his wife Teresa will be returning to Argentina this summer to speak before the 4º Congreso Latinoamericano de Medicina Musculo-Esqueltica in Mendoza, Argentina. Dr. … Learn More » “Dr. Peterson to Teach PRP Platelet Rich Plasma at the 4th Latin-American Congress of Musculoskeletal Medicine in Argentina”

Nonsurgical treatment for chronic shoulder pain at Oregon Regenerative Medicine

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

Posted on March 26, 2018 By 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 … Learn More » “Chronic Shoulder Pain Study: Adipose Stem Cell Injection Instead of Surgery”

Research & Articles on Regenerative Medicine

Posted on March 25, 2018 By Oregon 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 … Learn More » “Research & Articles on Regenerative Medicine”

Demonstrated cartilage growth on MRI 3 weeks after Autologous Adipose stem cell injection

More evidence of knee cartilage growth after Autologous Adipose stem cell injection.

Posted on March 10, 2018 By Oregon Regenerative Medicine

In this study showing evidence of knee cartilage growth after autologous adipose stem cell injection, Dr. Jaewoo Pak and colleagues enrolled three patients: an 87-year-old female with stage 3 OA, a 68-year-old male with stage 3 OA, and a 60-year-old female with stage 3 OA, were … Learn More » “More evidence of knee cartilage growth after Autologous Adipose stem cell injection.”

Severe osteoarthritis treatment with adult stem cell regeneration at Oregon Regenerative Medicine Portland

Cellular medicine provides alternative to joint replacement surgery

Posted on February 25, 2018 By Oregon Regenerative Medicine

The majority of our patients with severe osteoarthritis are able to avoid the need for total hip and total knee replacement surgery, as long as they are treated before the onset of total joint destruction. Even bone-on-bone arthritis responds well to adult stem cell regeneration. … Learn More » “Cellular medicine provides alternative to joint replacement surgery”

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, 2018 By Oregon Regenerative Medicine

Over 90% of sports injuries don’t require surgery. So why go to a surgeon? 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 … Learn More » “Over 90% of sports injuries don’t require surgery. So why go to a surgeon?”