At MovementX, we believe movement is the most important commodity in our lives. It’s the way we walk, run, jump, play, throw, work, and dance. When our team of physical therapists work with patients to help them move their best so they can live their best, we always strive to stay on the cutting edge of movement health research and scientific evidence.
That’s why we sat down with Dr. Noel Peterson, Dr. Kristian Flores, and Dr. Sam Oltman to talk about regenerative medicine—a branch of medicine that develops methods to regrow and repair damaged or diseased cells, organs, and tissues. If you’ve ever heard of stem cell treatments, PRP injections, or prolotherapy, that’s exactly what we delved into.
Our physical therapists are proud to work alongside these three three practitioners at Oregon Regenerative Medicine to help people in the Lake Oswego and surrounding Portland area stay active, healthy, and pain-free.
Here’s everything that Dr. Peterson, Dr. Flores, and Dr. Oltman want you to know about regenerative medicine…
What is regenerative medicine?
Written by Dr. Peterson
For over 30 years, Oregon Regenerative Medicine has been dedicated to empowering our patients to create healthy, active longevity. We have pioneered the non-surgical treatment of musculoskeletal injuries, osteoarthritis, and joint pain with Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP), prolotherapy, and biocellular joint regeneration. We have performed over 30,000 regenerative injections and counting!
Regenerative orthopedic medicine is a powerful healing art and medical specialty. Proficiency requires many years of dedicated training and clinical experience. At ORM, our doctors have decades of experience and are highly skilled in the arts of hands-on diagnosis and ultrasound imaging. We provide evidence-based non-surgical injection procedures for the repair of cartilage, tendons, ligaments, and joints, and provide restorative treatments for skin and hair. Our expertise in longevity medicine provides precision assessment and treatment to enhance healthspan and lifespan.
Click here to learn more about three different types of regenerative medicine.