8641 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 215
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
Phone: (310) 853-1029
Whether working with recreational athletes, injured workers, or any other individuals, Steven W. Meier, MD, provides each patient with the same advanced orthopedic regenerative medicine techniques given to professional athletes.
Dr. Meier utilizes multiple therapeutic techniques and the latest in regenerative medicine for less postoperative pain and faster recovery. As a premiere Los Angeles orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Meier provides stem cell therapy, prolotherapy, and more regenerative medicine techniques that are targeted to the individual needs of each patient. When surgery is necessary, the most current and leading-edge regenerative technologies are employed in order to maximize effectiveness and minimize rehabilitation time.
Dr. Meier regularly presents his original regenerative medicine research, performs prolotherapy and surgery internationally, and teaches advanced arthroscopic procedures to surgeons all over the world. He has also published numerous articles in specialty textbooks and peer-reviewed journals.
Since Dr. Meier is known to be a leading surgeon within the field of regenerative medicine, patients with difficult and complex joint disorders often seek him out, including those who have had surgery elsewhere with unsatisfactory results. Through his use of orthopedic regenerative medicine, including treatments utilizing adipose, amniotic, and bone marrow stem cells, countless patients have found natural and long-lasting solutions for orthopedic conditions that result from both injury and daily activities.
Dr. Meier has, with years of experience in regenerative orthopedics, refined how to individualize and streamline the practice of medicine to meet the demands of high-performance individuals while providing the same level of progressive treatment to athletes and non-athletes alike. In addition, he is trained in the classic Hackett-Hemwall method of prolotherapy, providing Dr. Meier with expertise in the use of platelet-rich plasma and stems cells for both surgical and nonsurgical applications.