The Centeno-Schultz Clinic is committed to advancing the field of interventional orthopedics so that patients, families and communities can have safe, effective nonsurgical options for common orthopedic conditions. This is manifested in the following.
Advanced Physician Training
Physician fellowship program: This program is expanding from two to three full-time physician fellows in the summer of 2018.
Continued research and publication: Our current list of peer-reviewed publications are listed here.
Drs. Pitts, Markle, Hyzy, and Schultz were instructors yesterday at the Interventional Orthopedics Foundation’s Advanced Lumbar Disc Course. Physicians traveled from across the nation to learn about the appropriate use of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and bone marrow stem cells in the treatment of lumbar disc and lumbar facet sacroiliac joint conditions. Over the course of eight hours, physicians were taught, using cadaver models, how to inject specific structures under both ultrasound and X-ray guidance.
Above is a short video of the course.
What Is the Interventional Orthopedics Foundation?
The Interventional Orthopedic Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization founded on the idea that the future of medicine is regenerative. It focuses on the precise percutaneous placement of orthobiologics under ultrasound and X-ray guidance. It offers a competency-based physician education program dedicated solely to interventional orthopedics.
If you have a painful orthopedic condition that is preventing you from enjoying your family, passions, and qualify of life, consider coming to the experts in regenerative medicine who see patients full-time, provide fellowship training, publish, and teach high-level nationally recognized courses.
If you’re interested in the advanced lumbar disc course, please contact the Interventional Orthopedics Foundation here.