OrthoRegen

If you've been told you need joint surgery, there IS another way. PRP and Prolotherapy have restored normal movement and lifestyle to thousands of people like you...without surgery.

If you've been told you need joint surgery, there IS another way. PRP and Prolotherapy have restored normal movement and lifestyle to thousands of people like you...without surgery.

OrthoRegen: Natural Solutions to Restoring Movement

Patients with joint pain travel from all over the USA and overseas to see Dr. Peter Fields, one of the leading Regenerative Orthopedics doctors in the country. Dr. Fields is uniquely credentialed as both a Medical Doctor and a Doctor of Chiropractic, and is dedicated to helping patients with joint pain live a normal life again without pain and with full freedom of movement. PRP and Prolotherapy are natural alternatives to joint surgery. Make an appointment for your initial consultation today.

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OrthoRegen: Natural Solutions to Restoring Movement

Patients with joint pain travel from all over the USA and overseas to see Dr. Peter Fields, one of the leading Regenerative Orthopedics doctors in the country. Dr. Fields is uniquely credentialed as both a Medical Doctor and a Doctor of Chiropractic, and is dedicated to helping patients with joint pain live a normal life again without pain and with full freedom of movement. PRP and Prolotherapy are natural alternatives to joint surgery. Make an appointment for your initial consultation today.

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"Once surgery is done, it can never be undone!" -- Peter A. Fields, MD DC

What is Prolotherapy?

Joint pain is often caused by weak or damaged tendons and ligaments, causing your joint to go out of alignment and move in unnatural ways that further aggravate your joint. Prolotherapy is a minimally invasive, non-surgical injection therapy that uses a natural dextrose solution to motivate your body to strengthen and heal your tissues.

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What is Prolotherapy?

Joint pain is often caused by weak or damaged tendons and ligaments, causing your joint to go out of alignment and move in unnatural ways that further aggravate your joint. Prolotherapy is a minimally invasive, non-surgical injection therapy that uses a natural dextrose solution to motivate your body to strengthen and heal your tissues.

Learn More About Prolotherapy Here

What is PRP

PRP is a special kind of Prolotherapy that uses your body’s own growth and healing factors contained in your blood platelets to initiate the healing process. Platelets are taken from your own body, then concentrated in a centrifuge, and injected into your joint.

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What is PRP?

PRP is a special kind of Prolotherapy that uses your body’s own growth and healing factors contained in your blood platelets to initiate the healing process. Platelets are taken from your own body, then concentrated in a centrifuge, and injected into your joint.

Learn More about PRP Here

Treatable Chronic Pain and Injuries

PRP and Prolotherapy are ideal for treating hundreds of different varieties of chronic joint pain and sports injuries. To find out if you are a good candidate for PRP or Prolotherapy, call my office or make an appointment for an initial consultation.

Knee Pain & Injuries

ACL tear Anterior Cruciate Ligament injury
Arthritis of the knee
Breaststrokers knee
Bucket handle tear of the meniscus
Cartilage lesion
Chondromalacia patellae
Complex meniscus tear
Flap tear
Horizontal tear
Jumpers knee
Knee instability
Knee pain after surgery
Knee popping
Knee replacement pain
Knee stiffness
Lateral Collateral Ligament (LCL) injury
Ligament laxity
Ligament sprain
Ligament tear
Medial Collateral Ligament (MCL) injury
Meniscus tear
Oblique meniscus tear
Overuse injuries
Parrot beak tear
Patellar tracking
Patellofemoral syndrome
Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL) injury
Post-surgical knee pain
Radial meniscus tear
Runners knee
Tendinosis
...and more

Back

Arthritis
Back pain
Bulging discs
Buttock pain
Coccyx pain
Degenerated discs
Herniated discs
Ischial tuberosity pain
Failed back fusion pain
Failed back surgery syndrome
Lower back pain
Muscle spasms
Pelvic floor dysfunction
Pelvic pain
Retrolisthesis
Sacroiliac injury
Stiffness
Tailbone pain
Thoracic spine pain
SI instability
Subluxation
Yoga injury
...and more

Shoulder

Acromioclavicular joint arthrosis
Arthritis
Bursitis
Dislocation
Frozen shoulder
Glenoid labrum tear
Impingement syndrome
Labral tear
Multi-directional instability
Rotator cuff tear
Shoulder dislocation
Shoulder instability
Shoulder pain
Shoulder separation
SLAP lesion
Subluxation
Swimmers shoulder
Tendonitis
Tendonosis
Torn labrum
...and more

Hip Pain & Injuries

Acetabular labrum tear
Arthritis
Femoroacetabular impingement
Groin pain
Hip instability
Hip impingement
Hip pain
Ischial tuberosity pain
Labral tear
Pelvic floor dysfunction
Post pelvic fusion pain
Post-surgical hip pain
Pubic symphysis injury
Pubis pain
Pupalgia
Snapping hip syndrome
Torn Labrum
...and more

Head & Neck

Atypical facial pain
Barre-Lieou Syndrome
Cervical instability
Jaw pain
Migraine headaches
Muscle contraction headache
Neck arthritis
Neck pain
Post-cervical fusion pain
Post-surgical neck pain
TMJ syndrome
Whiplash
...and more

Elbow Pain & Injuries

Elbow Arthritis
Elbow pain
Elbow sprain
Golfers elbow
Lateral epicondylitis
Medial epicondylitis
Post-surgical elbow pain
Tendonitis
Tendinosis
Tennis elbow
...and more

Hand Pain & Injuries

Arthritis
Baseball injuries
Carpal tunnel
Finger pain
Football injuries
Golf injuries
Hand pain
Overuse injury
Sprain injury
Stiffness
Tennis injuries
Thumb pain
Wrist pain
...and more

Foot & Ankle Pain & Injuries

Achilles tendinopathy
Ankle fusion pain
Ankle instability
Ankle pain
Ankle sprains
Arthritis
Bunion pain
Fallen arch
Hammertoe pain
Heel pain
Heel spur
Metatarsalgia
Morton's neuroma
Pain after ankle surgery
Pain after foot surgery
Plantar fasciitis
Tarsal tunnel syndrome
Tendonitis
Toe pain
Turf toe
...and more

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Why Avoid Joint Surgery?

Any kind of surgery has inherent risk, and joint surgeries have their own unique potential problems. Generally speaking, you should explore all the alternatives to surgery whenever possible. When compared to surgery, Prolotherapy and PRP have significant advantages.

Joint SurgeryPRP/Prolotherapy
General Anesthesia Local Anesthesia
Major Surgery Minor procedure
Hospital Stay Brief Office Visits
Weeks in a cast/sling/bandages/crutches Continue using your joint/normal activity/walking
Months for Full Recovery No Recovery Time
Visible Scar No Scarring
Joint Surgery
General Anesthesia
Major Surgery
Hospital Stay
Weeks in a cast/sling/bandages/crutches
Months for Full Recovery
Visible Scar
PRP/Prolotherapy
Local Anesthesia
Minor procedure
Brief Office Visits
Continue using your joint/normal activity/walking
No Recovery Time
No Scarring

Testimonials

Our patients keep telling us how thrilled they are with their new ability to move normally again. Here are just a few of our happy patients.

Tony had PRP treatment on his Shoulder & Ankle and no competes competitively again.

Dr. Eric had low back pain since age 15. Damaged ligaments caused his pain & tightness. Now he can run and surf again.

This ironman competitor had knee problems and he feared he’d never compete again. PRP got him back in the race!

She badly damaged her knee. Dr. Fields almost eliminated her pain in just 2 treatments. Now she’s “back to normal”!

Are You a Candidate for PRP or Prolotherapy?

Schedule Your Consultation

To find out if you are a candidate for PRP or Prolotherapy, call Dr. Fields office at 310-453-1234 now, or fill out the Consultation form here.






  • 2730 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 220 Santa Monica, CA 90403
  • Office Hours:
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 2730 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 220 Santa Monica, CA 90403
(310) 627-2458
info@drfields.com
Office Hours:
Monday-Friday 9am-5pm