The Regenerative Spine and Orthopedic Institute in Loveland was founded with the passion to advance technology and research, and to help patients suffering from spinal injuries and severe back pain find healing. With more than 10 years of cellular regeneration experience, Dr. Donner and our knowledgeable staff have developed a regenerative program that can rehabilitate injuries, heal degenerative tissues and joints, and decrease pain. We continuously provide patients with the ability to participate in clinical studies in joint with the FDA and WIRB, in an attempt to innovate techniques used for regenerative therapies.

In our clinic, we use orthopedic stem cell therapy instead of surgery to treat injuries and conditions caused by aging and degeneration in the spine, sacroiliac joints, shoulders, hips, knees, and other joints. Our autologous stem cell treatments uses adult mesenchymal, multipotent stem cells that are drawn from a patient’s own bone marrow and are then injected back into the injured, damaged, or painful area.


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Eliminate the Need for Surgery

In the past, the only option for those who suffered an orthopedic injury to a joint was a surgical procedure to repair the damage. This meant going under the knife for several hours, a stay in the hospital for observation, and an extended recovery time. With regenerative therapy, the joint can be healed by using the body’s own resources, and the need for surgery can be eliminated. The stem cells can begin to rebuild the affected joint and the surrounding tissue, helping the patient recover faster and avoid an inpatient visit to the hospital.

Shorter Recovery Time

Another outstanding benefit of regenerative medicine is that it cuts down on a person’s recovery time. As we noted above, post-surgical care can require a person to wear a cast, use crutches, or receive physical therapy treatments for several weeks. Since the stem cells are drawn from the patient’s own body, there is less of a risk of rejection by the affected site, which means the new cells can integrate and heal in a much more effective manner. This can cut down on a person’s recovery time and help them get back on their feet in less time.

If you’re interested in learning more about stem cells and how they are used in our regenerative treatments, please contact our clinic in Loveland right away. We’re always working on better ways to treat patients and find new solutions for their pain and injuries, and it may just turn out that regenerative medicine is the key to helping you heal.