Center for Regenerative Orthopedic Medicine
Center for Regenerative Orthopedic Medicine Dr. Carl Osborn has specialized in treating patients suffering from acute and chronic pain since 1985.
He combines traditional and alternative methods to achieve the best possible results.
Dr. Osborn is known internationally as a prolotherapy instructor, is a Diplomate of the American Academy of Pain Management, and a member of the board of directors for the American Association of Orthopedic Medicine. He is also a member of the International Spine Intervention Society and is board certified in family practice.
Areas treatedCervical Spine, Elbow, Foot & Ankle, Hand & Wrist, Hip, Knee, Lumbar Spine, Shoulder, Thoracic Spine
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Carl E. Osborn, D.O. specializes in Orthopedic Medicine and has been successfully treating patients suffering from acute and chronic pain since 1982. Dr. Osborn is the immediate Past President of the Am Assoc of Orthopedic Medicine as well as a current member of the Board of Directors. He is internationally known as an instructor of Prolotherapy and Orthopedic Medicine and is a Diplomate of the American Academy of Pain Management. Dr Osborn is also a member of the International Spine Intervention Society and is Board Certified in Family Practice and Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine. He resides and practices in Medford, Oregon. “Health is more than just the absence of disease. It is the opportunity to live a life free of pain, and to fully enjoy all that life has to offer. My goal in treatment is to provide each person that freedom.”
Consider Regenerative Treatment at Center for Regenerative Orthopedic Medicine and Avoid the Painful Recovery and Downtime Following Surgery
Regenexx® regenerative orthopedic treatments are helping individuals avoid surgery and get back to their daily active lifestyles. These non-surgical treatments are designed to assist the body's natural healing mechanisms by activating and increasing the local cells that are responsible for repairing damaged tissue.