The Practice

Institute for Regenerative Medicine and Clinical Research

Normal tissue healing is a complex and beautifully orchestrated process that occurs in the body. It involves inflammation, the release of growth factors and recruitment of specific cell types, the repair and proliferation of the injured tissue and finally a remodeling and maturation of the tissue to optimize function. The healing process works best in an environment that is primed for healing with optimal nutrition as well as the understanding of optimal exercises and therapeutic modalities. Sometimes injections are used of a specific biomaterial or cells that help stimulate the healing process. The injections focus and concentrate the natural factors the body uses to heal and repair and directs them to the site of injury or site that needs repair.


What is Regenerative Medicine? A multidisciplinary and multimodal approach that taps into the bodies natural and endogenous healing process to optimize human functioning by harnessing the healing powers of the body, and focusing them to areas of injury or that require repair. The modalities include:

  1. Diet and nutrition
  2. Exercise
  3. Therapies

    Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Chiropractics, Speech and Language Pathology, Acupuncture, Craniosacral therapy, Tai Chi, Yoga, Biofield therapies

  4. Physical modalities

    Ultrasound, Light, Microwave, Heat, Cryotherapy, Electrical currents, Hyperbaric Oxygen, Transcranial Magnetic and Direct current Stimulation

  5. Thought training

    Meditation, Mindfulness, Positive Psychology, Intention Setting, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Hypnosis

  6. Biomaterials and Biomolecules

    Prolotherapy, Hyaluronic acid, Fibrin glue, Collagen mesh, Immunomediators

  7. Cellular therapies

    Autologous blood, Platelet Rich Plasma, AlloGen-Li, Adipose Concentrate, and Bone Marrow Aspirate Concentrate