Dr. Carl Osborn—Center for Regenerative Orthopedic Medicine
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.
“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.”
Dr. Osborn also has a passion for helping men naturally balance their hormones. Although andropause, sometimes called male menopause, is not as widely recognized as the female menopause, the hormone-related changes experienced by some men can be equally distressing. Dr. Osborn does a thorough analysis including blood tests to determine hormone levels. He then develops a treatment plan, if needed, using bioidentical hormone replacement therapy. Once hormones are properly balanced, men report less fatigue, increased libido, increased energy, and increased strength and endurance.
Dr. Osborn has been selected as president of the American Association of Orthopedic Medicine (AAOM) effective May 1, 2008. The AAOM is a worldwide not-for-profit organization, which provides information and educational programs as well as teaches and trains comprehensive nonsurgical treatment and diagnosis of musculoskeletal problems. Receiving this recognition is an honor, and we congratulate Dr. Osborn on this prestigious appointment.
Nate Crider, MD – Center for Regenerative Orthopedic Medicine, PC
Dr Crider is a graduate of the University of Minnesota Medical School and is Board Certified in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (also called PM&R or Physiatry). He has extensive training in the field of Regenerative Medicine and image-guided joint injections through groups such as the Interventional Orthopedics Foundation, American Academy of Orthopedic Medicine, and the Spine Intervention Society. He has done additional training at the world-famous Centeno-Schultz Clinic in Colorado and is certified by both the IOF and Regenexx to perform advanced-level injections throughout the body, including the spine.
“Modern Regenerative injections allow us to repair areas of orthopedic degeneration which were previously covered up with steroids or major surgeries. But a precise injection still needs a precise diagnosis, which can only be found by listening to the patient’s story, performing a comprehensive physical examination, and taking a close look at the imaging. I am committed to providing each of my patients with that level of attention and an honest assessment.”