Michael Turner, MD, FAAPMR

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Tri Cities Regenerative Institute 750 George Washington Way Suite 5 Richland, WA 99352 Phone: 509-349-3010 Website: www.michaelturnermd.com Degrees: Harvard Medical School, M.D., 2005 Stanford University, B.A. in Human Biology, 1997 Board Certifications: American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Dr. Turner is a proud member of the: American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine Canadian Association of […]

Mitchell Bloom, MD

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Affordable Cell Therapy 7E Oak Branch Drive Greensboro, NC 27407 Phone: 336-944-9400 Fax: 336-282-3797 Mitchell J. Bloom, MD, Prolotherapy/PRP/Neural Prolotherapy and Stem Cell doctor in North Carolina. Dr. Bloom is a pioneer in the field of Regenerative Medicine having trained with Dr. Gus Hemwall, one of its originators over 25 years ago. He left his […]

Bryan McConnell, ND, DO

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Nature Cure Clinic 3280 S Camino del Sol, Suite 124 Green Valley, AZ 85622 Phone: 520-399-9212 Fax: 520-399-9213 Website: www.naturecuredoc.com Dr. Bryan McConnell has a special focus in natural pain management, age management medicine, and hormone balancing with 20 years successful experience in regenerative joint injections including Prolotherapy, Stem Cell therapy, trigger point injections and […]

Prolotherapy to the Anterior Cruciate Ligament

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Do you need an ACL to play recreational sports? Ross Hauser, MD A paper published in December 2017 by Turkish physicians in the journal Acta orthopaedica et traumatologica turcica weighed in on the ACL surgery or not debate. “Whether surgical or conservative treatment is more effective in allowing patients to return to physical activity after […]

Hormone replacement therapy and joint disease

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In this article we discuss the use of estrogen and testosterone for their roles in accelerating joint repair and  healing. Prolotherapy doctors have long recognized that hormones are a required part of injury and wound healing. New research supports the use of hormones in chronic pain patients. Hormones drive the immune system and help repair damaged joints. […]