Knowledge and Skill for Implementation of Office-Based Regenerative Pain Practice: An Evidence-Based Approach (209)

3:45–4:45 pm Friday, April 27

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There is an increasing body of evidence for regenerative pain therapy. New research and technology continue to improve safety and outcomes for office-based pain practices. This session discusses the knowledge and skill needed for implementation of office-based regenerative pain practice through an evidence-based approach.

Implementation of Office-Based Technology for Regenerative Therapy in Pain Practice

Wenchun Qu, MD PhD

Mechanism of Mesenchymal Stem Cell Therapy and Regulatory Compliance

Jianguo Cheng, MD PhD

Update on Evidence for Regenerative Therapies for Pain

Jay E. Bowen, DO

Learning Objectives:

  • Demonstrate skills to implement office-based regenerative therapy in pain practice.
  • Review the mechanism of mesenchymal stem cells and the regulatory requirements.
  • Examine the current evidence for MSC and PRP therapy for pain.