Interventional Orthopedic Solutions - Woodbury, MN
This location is for evaluation appointments only.
Dr. Bergum has been practicing interventional orthopedics for over 15 years. He is a graduate of Midwestern University – Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine and is Board Certified in Family Medicine and Sports Medicine. His residency training was at the Mayo Clinic Graduate School of Medicine – Rochester, MN in Family Medicine, and his fellowship training in Sports Medicine was at The Ohio State University in Columbus, OH. He has extensive training in the field of Regenerative Medicine and image-guided musculoskeletal injections through groups such as the Interventional Orthobiologics Foundation, Mayo Clinic, and the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine and has ANSI accredited Registered in Musculoskeletal (RMSK) sonography certification. He has done additional training at the world-renowned Centeno-Schultz Clinic in Colorado and is certified by both the IOF and Regenexx to perform advanced-level injections throughout the body, including the spine.
Orthobiologic injections allow us to help the body repair areas of musculoskeletal degeneration and injury without the use of (and associated cell damage from) corticosteroids, with the goal of regaining function, decreasing pain, and avoiding surgery. I take the time to let my patients tell me their whole story, including their goals and challenges, and perform a thorough musculoskeletal exam. I take a whole-body, holistic approach to my patients, and work with my patients to get them “back into their game”. At Interventional Orthopedic Solutions – Rochester, we strive to be partners with our patients on the road to recovery, better health, and higher function.
Areas treated: Cervical Spine (Not Upper Cervical or CCI)*, Elbow, Foot & Ankle, Hand & Wrist, Hip, Knee, Lumbar Spine, Shoulder
Areas TreatedCervical Spine (Not Upper Cervical or CCI)*, Elbow, Foot & Ankle, Hand & Wrist, Hip, Knee, Lumbar Spine, Shoulder
*This provider is NOT authorized by Regenexx to treat the C0-C1 or C1-C2 levels of the neck or CCI (craniocervical instability).