Interventional Orthopedic/Regenerative Medicine Fellowship
June 9, 2017
Fellowship - Internship
Has ACGME Accreditation:
The Centeno-Schultz Clinic (CSC) has an established 12-month fellowship on Interventional Orthopedics and Regenerative Medicine, that focuses on interventional injections using fluoroscopic and/or musculoskeletal guidance with the use of regenerative medicine and orthobiologics. This fellowship will be broken up in two parts: 50% clinical care focus and 50% research focus.
Procedures taught include every join from the C0-C1 facet joint to the tibiatalar joint or in any accessible tendon or ligament under fluoroscopic and/or musculoskeletal ultrasound guidance, primarily using orthobiologics.
Qualifications: Board certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Anesthesiology Pain Medicine or Family Practice, Sports Medicine. The applicant must have basic spine, fluoroscopy and MSK ultrasound skills mastered. Prior regenerative medicine experience (simple regenerative techniques such as PRP or prolotherapy) is helpful. At least 100 proctored interventional spine cases under fluoroscopic guidance would be helpful.
Regenexx is seeking qualified and experienced pain medicine physicians to perform interventional injections with biologics (Platelets and Stem Cells). This employment opportunity starts with 3 full months of training which includes musculoskeletal ultrasound and fluoroscopic guided interventional injections, musculoskeletal exam training and advanced regenerative medicine concepts and didactics.
Regenexx has been using PRP and Stem Cells for over 10 years and have trained fellows and physicians in these areas for the last 4 years, so the program is now established. We have more publications in the use of Stem Cells listed in PubMed than any other U.S. site.