Reduce Pain & Avoid Surgery: Discover Regenerative Alternatives June 22
[FREE SEMINAR] Join us as we present the latest, non-surgical procedures as a viable alternative to surgery to treat orthopedic issues and sports injuries, presented by Dr. Christopher Rogers and our new physician Dr. Mary Ambach.
Discover how these procedures are used to treat arthritis, joint injuries, sports injuries and spine conditions. Review the basic science, research, and treatment options for these procedures, to help you reduce pain and avoid surgery.
Space fills up quickly, so register today. Please invite a friend! Lunch is provided.
Dr. Christopher Rogers is one of the world's leading experts in orthopedic regenerative medicine and renowned speaker at national medical conferences. He has developed new approaches for the treatment of tendon injuries, osteoarthritis and disc degeneration which provide safe and viable alternatives to surgery.
Dr Ambach’s primary focus is nonoperative treatment of sports injuries, soft tissue injuries, spine and joint care utilizing fluoroscopic (x-ray) and musculoskeletal ultrasound guided procedures to perform state-of-the-art treatments such as Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) and Bone Marrow Concentrate (BMC) and other cell-based treatments and regenerative therapies.
Regenerative medicine is used for:
- Knee pain, osteoarthritis
- Knee ACL and meniscal tears
- Hip arthritis, pain and labral tears
- Shoulder pain and rotator cuff tendonitis
- Low back, neck and nerve pain, sciatica
- Tennis/golfer's elbow
- Achilles tendonitis
- Foot & ankle pain, plantar fasciitis
- Sacroiliac joint instability
- Most other common joint injuries
What you will learn at the Seminar:
- * How regenerative medicine improves the natural healing process for your body
- * Why non-surgical, needle-based procedures can be an alternative to surgery
- * Our unique method to correctly diagnose and accurately treat your condition
- *Q&A with a qualified member of our team
2885 Loker East
Carlsbad, CA 92010
When: Sat, Jun 22nd from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm