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ABOUT US

Located on Manhattan's Upper East Side, RSI+ is a world-renowned regenerative-medicine destination for non-surgical, interventional orthobiologic care. Our exceptional team of regenerative orthopedic medicine specialists dedicated to treating acute injuries and chronic pain associated with the spine, joints and tendons.

The RSI+ mission is to restore mobility, comfort and our patients' overall quality of life with state-of-the-art, science-driven, regenerative musculoskeletal treatments and a comprehensive approach to wellness.

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OUR VISION

The human body is home to the most powerful medicine available for acute injuries and chronic musculoskeletal pain—and it’s found in the patient’s own cells. By harvesting, isolating and injecting specific components of our patient’s own blood and tissues directly into the site of the injury, we can enhance the body‘s natural self-healing mechanisms.

 

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and other autologous cell therapies mimic the same reparative process that heals a scraped knee or a cut finger. We extend that process deeper into the body by delivering a high concentration of cells with the most regenerative potential to the precise location where they are needed for healing and repair.

OUR HISTORY

The RSI+ story began 15 years ago when founder Dr. Gregory Lutz began to explore the healing potential of platelet-rich plasma (PRP)—and saw its astonishing regenerative effects in terms of dramatically improved physical mobility and in repeat MRI imaging of treated areas. 

 

The decision to open RSI+'s doors in 2016 came after Dr. Lutz's first-ever double-blind, randomized controlled study of intradiscal PRP treatment was published. The associated surge in demand from patients required a more cost-efficient venue to perform these procedures, rather than an expensive hospital operating room. From day one, RSI+ was committed to offering patients with concierge-level service, regenerative orthopedic treatments.

In the years since, our institute's ongoing research and innovation have led to proven-superior cell-extraction and delivery techniques that have established RSI+ as a leader in regenerative medicine and interventional orthobiologics. 

FACILITY

Our state-of-the-art on-site regenerative medicine therapeutic suites allow for your treatments to be scheduled quickly.

Private patient lobby

Interventional fluoroscopy suite

Ultrasound room

Patient recovery suite

Facility entrance

PATIENT SAFETY

QUAD A accreditation programs help facilities demonstrate a strong commitment to patient safety, standardize quality, maintain fiscal responsibility, promote services to patients and collaborate with other healthcare leaders.

QUAD A provides official recognition to facilities that have met 100% of its high standards. Accreditation assures the public that patient safety is top priority in a facility. Facilities must continuously comply with all QUAD A accreditation standards between surveys. Upon approval, an accredited facility must prominently display its accreditation certificate in public view. An accredited facility must be fully equipped to perform procedures in the medical specialties listed on its accreditation application.

OUR PHYSICIANS

Dr.Greg Lutz

GREGORY LUTZ, MD

Founder

With 30 years of clinical experience, Dr. Gregory Lutz is one of the world's leading experts in the field of regenerative sports medicine. In addition to being the Founder and Chief Medical Officer of the Regenerative SportsCare Institute (RSI+), Dr. Lutz is also Physiatrist-in-Chief Emeritus at New York City's Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) and a Professor of Clinical Rehabilitation Medicine at Weill Medical College of Cornell University.

Dr. Lutz has always believed that there is a better solution for patients suffering from chronic low back pain and other musculoskeletal injuries. He came to realize that “the cure” resided within patients themselves, and his relentless desire to harness the game-changing potential of regenerative medicine and interventional orthobiologics as the answer for spine and joint disorders has become a reality.

A driving force in today’s regenerative medicine and interventional orthobiologics movement, Dr. Lutz has co-authored more than 60 scientific publications, including the first double-blind, randomized, controlled study demonstrating the clinical efficacy of intradiscal leukocyte-rich platelet-rich plasma (LR-PRP) therapy. Through his groundbreaking work, Dr. Lutz is reinventing the way musculoskeletal care is delivered.

EDUCATION
State Licensure: New York, New Jersey and Florida

Certification: American Board of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

Fellowship: Hospital for Special Surgery, Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, NYC, 1993

Residency: Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, 1992

Internship: Maryland General Hospital, 1989

M.D.: Georgetown University School of Medicine, Washington, DC, 1988

B.A.: Drew University, Magna Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa, 1984

APPOINTMENTS

Founder and Medical Director, The Regenerative SportsCare Institute

Physiatrist-in-Chief Emeritus, Hospital for Special Surgery

Attending Physiatrist, Hospital for Special Surgery

Professor of Clinical Rehabilitation Medicine, Weill Cornell Medical College

Board Member, Interventional Orthopedic Foundation

Chief Medical Advisor for Spine Medicine, BioRestorative Therapies

Executive Chairman, Orthobond Corporation

PROCEDURES
Autologous cell injections

Specialized platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections

Intradiscal biologic injections

Ultrasound-guided joint and tendon injections

Fluoroscopically-guided spine injections

THE REGENERATIVE SPORTSCARE INSTITUTE

 

The RSI+ story began when Dr. Lutz began to explore the healing potential of platelet-rich plasma (PRP). RSI opened its doors in 2016 with a commitment to providing best-in-class, concierge-level care driven by the proven benefits of regenerative medicine. The needs of the patient always come first, and Dr. Lutz also wanted to create an "Institute" dedicated to ongoing research and innovation to provide the best possible treatment outcomes. RSI+'s mission is to restore mobility and improve patients' overall quality of life with state-of-the-art, science-driven, non-surgical musculoskeletal treatments that are part of a comprehensive approach to overall wellness.

 

THE INVENTOR

 

Dr. Lutz was one of the first spine physicians in the world to perform intradiscal platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections. Through his research and experience performing more than 1,000 intradiscal orthobiologic procedures, Dr. Lutz invented an optimized intradiscal procedure called DiscCath™.

 

DiscCath™ is a breakthrough minimally invasive, opioid-sparing spinal procedure that harnesses the healing potential of a patient’s own cells to relieve their back pain and promote healing. This proprietary process allows for the extraction of an enhanced concentration of the patient's own cells, which are precisely delivered inside the disc via DiscCath™ to repair damaged disc tissue. The procedure takes less than one hour and allows patients to return to work and light regular activity within 48 hours. Patients generally report improvement within four weeks without the significant risks and recovery associated with traditional surgery.

 

THE AUTHOR

 

Dr. Lutz has dedicated his medical career to providing patients with much-needed relief from degenerative disc disease and restoring their spine health. In his book, Heal Your Disc, End Your Pain, he shares his groundbreaking research and practical experience using regenerative medicine and interventional orthobiologics to treat patients with chronic back pain safely and effectively—without drugs or surgery.

All proceeds from sales of Heal Your Disc, End Your Pain  benefit the Regenerative SportsCare Foundation (RSF), a 501(c)(3) charitable organization whose mission is to find a cure for degenerative disc disease.

 

EDUCATION AND BACKGROUND

 

After graduating from Georgetown University’s School of Medicine, Dr. Lutz pursued his specialty training in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. He then completed an Orthopedic Sports Medicine Fellowship at New York City’s Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS), where he has been practicing since 1993.

 

A driving force in today’s regenerative medicine and interventional orthobiologics movement, Dr. Lutz has co-authored more than 60 scientific publications, including the first double-blind, randomized, controlled study demonstrating the clinical efficacy of intradiscal leukocyte-rich platelet-rich plasma (LR-PRP) therapy. He has successfully treated professional athletes in the PGA, NBA, NFL, MLB, NHL and ATP, as well as international business leaders, entertainers and high-profile personalities of all kinds.

 

Dr. Lutz has been featured in countless media outlets, including NBC’s The Today Show, The New York Times, The Huffington Post, Newsweek, Oprah magazine, the New York Post, the New York Daily News, The Epoch Times, Orthopedics Today and WNBC New York.

AFFILIATIONS

Hospital for Special Surgery

Weill Medical College of Cornell University

American Medical Association

American Academy of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

North American Spine Society

Interventional Orthopedics Foundation

The Orthobiologic Institute

SPECIALTIES

Physiatry

Regenerative medicine

Sports medicine

Interventional orthobiologic procedures of the knee, hip, elbow, shoulder, tendon and spine

SPECIAL EXPERTISE

Non-surgical management of low back, joint, tendon and sports-related injuries

 

Management of acute low back pain

AWARDS
America’s Top Doctors, Castle Connolly, 2002-2020
Best Doctors in New York, New York magazine 2002-2020
Top Doctors: New York Metropolitan Area, Castle Connolly, 2001-2020
Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, Kessler Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Department Keynote Graduation Speaker, 2014
The Richard and Hinda Rosenthal Foundation Award, American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 2004
PASSOR Physiatric Association for Spine Sports and Occupational Rehabilitation Research Award, 2004
Margaret M. Kenrick Achievement Award, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, 1988

SPINE & JOINT BIOLOGICS SPECIALISTS

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CHRISTOPHER LUTZ, MD

Chief Medical Officer

Board-certified physiatrist Dr. Christopher Lutz specializes in acute spine care as well as fluoroscopic and ultrasound-guided interventional orthobiologic treatment of the shoulders, knees and tendons. He is currently an Assistant Attending Physiatrist at New York City's Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) and serves as Assistant Professor of Clinical Rehabilitation Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College. 

In his clinical practice, Dr. Lutz specializes in fluoroscopic and ultrasound-guided injections of the joint and spine. Over the course of his career, he has co-authored a number of research studies focused on determining the safety and efficacy of intradiscal biologic injections for the treatment of discogenic low back pain. Currently, Dr. Lutz is leading studies that evaluate the efficacy of intra-articular and intra-tendinous injections of bone marrow aspirate for the treatment of knee osteoarthritis, anterior cruciate ligament tears and lumbar disc disease, respectively.

 

A graduate of Princeton University and Georgetown University School of Medicine, Dr. Lutz completed his residency in PM&R at UMDNJ—Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation, followed by his fellowship in Spine and Sports Medicine at the Hospital for Special Surgery.

 

He is a Founding Board Member of the Regenerative Orthobiologics Registry and the Playsmart Foundation, as well as a Consulting Physician to the Princeton University Athletics Department. Dr. Lutz has received numerous awards for excellence in care throughout his career and appears annually on Castle Connolly’s and New York magazine’s ‘Top Doctors’ lists.

EDUCATION
Fellowship: Spine and Sports Medicine, Hospital For Special Surgery, 2001

Residency: Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, UMDNJ-Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation, 2000

Resident Physician: Georgetown University Medical Center, 1997

M.D.: Georgetown University School of Medicine, 1996

B.A.: Princeton University, 1991

APPOINTMENTS
Assistant Attending Physiatrist, Hospital for Special Surgery

Assistant Professor of Clinical Rehabilitation Medicine, Weill Cornell Medical College

SPECIALTIES

Physiatry

Regenerative medicine

Sports medicine

Interventional orthobiologic treatment of the knee, hip, elbow, shoulder, tendon and spine

 

SPECIAL EXPERTISE

Non-surgical management of low back, joint, tendon and sports-related injuries

 

Management of acute low back pain

PROCEDURES

Autologous cell injections

 

Specialized platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections

Intradiscal orthobiologic injections

Ultrasound-guided joint and tendon injections

Fluoroscopically-guided spine injections

AFFILIATIONS

American Medical Association

 

American Academy of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

 

North American Spine Society

Hospital for Special Surgery

 

Weill Medical College of Cornell University

AWARDS

America’s Top Doctors, Castle Connolly, 2013-2020

Top Doctors: New York Metro Area, 2013-2020

Top Doctors, New York magazine, 2016, 2017

Compassionate Doctor Recognition Vitals.com, 2014, 2016

Healthnetwork Award for Excellence in Service, 2014

Dr. Margaret M. Kenrick Achievement Award, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Georgetown University School of Medicine, 1996

JENNIFER SOLOMON, MD

Director of Development

An award-winning, board-certified physiatrist and physiologist, Dr. Jennifer Solomon’s love for sports and living an active lifestyle has driven her 25-year career in sports medicine. With an emphasis on women's sports health, preventative care, physical therapy and non-surgical treatment, she has served as a team physician for the United States Tennis Association (USTA) and is a sought-after physiatrist for elite athletes.

Jen Solomon

Dr. Jennifer Solomon brings 22 years of experience working as an award-winning, board-certified physiatrist in Manhattan to RSI+, and specializes in spine and sports medicine. Most recently, Dr. Solomon served as an Attending Physiatrist at the Hospital for Special Surgery for 18 years.

Dr. Solomon’s philosophy as a non-operative specialist is to properly diagnose the injury, identify the root cause of a patient’s pain and pursue a proactive treatment plan. Whether utilizing non-operative procedures, physical therapy or a specified strength and conditioning plan with preventative care, Dr. Solomon works with the patient every step of the way so they can return to a pain-free, injury-free, active lifestyle.

 

A graduate of SUNY Downstate College of Medicine, Dr. Solomon completed her internship at St. Vincent’s Hospital, followed by her Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residency at the Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation at UMDNJ. Dr. Solomon then went on to complete her fellowship in Spine and Sports Medicine at the Hospital for Special Surgery, where she trained with Dr. Gregory Lutz.

 

Dr. Solomon has served as a team physician for the United States Tennis Association (USTA) on the WTA Tour and has worked numerous sporting events, including the NYC Marathon. She has been recognized annually by Castle Connolly as one of New York’s Top Doctors since 2013. Dr. Solomon is a born and raised New Yorker and currently resides in NYC with her two daughters, Samantha and Alexis. She is an athlete at heart, having grown up as a junior tennis star and collegiate tennis athlete. Dr. Solomon still plays tennis for fun, is an avid cyclist and has a passion for all things fitness and exercise.

EDUCATION

Fellowship: Spine and Sports Medicine, Hospital For Special Surgery, 2004

 

Residency: Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, University of Medicine & Dentistry of NJ / Kessler Institute, 2003

 

Internship in Internal Medicine: Saint Vincent's Hospital and Medical Center, 2000

 

M.D.: State University of New York (SUNY) Health Science Center, 1999

 

B.S.: Biology, Union College, 1995

SPECIALTIES

Women's sports health

 

Physiatry

 

Sports medicine

 

Interventional orthobiologic procedures of the cervical spine, lumbar spine, knee and hip

 

SPECIAL EXPERTISE

Non-surgical management of cervical spine injuries

 

Non-surgical management of lumbar spine injuries

 

Non-surgical management of joint injuries

PROCEDURES

Specialized platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections

 

Ultrasound-guided joint and tendon injections

 

Fluoroscopically-guided spine injections

 

Cervical epidural injections

 

Cervical facet injections

 

Cervical radiofrequency procedures

AFFILIATIONS

North American Spine Society

 

American College of Sports Medicine

 

American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

 

United States Tennis Association

 

La Palestra

AWARDS

Top Doctors: New York Metro Area,

Castle Connolly, 2013-2020

Exceptional Women in Medicine, Castle Connolly, 2019

Top Doctors, New York magazine, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018

PUBLICATIONS

 

 

CHAPTERS

  • Wyss J, Shah B, Solomon J. Fluoroscopic versus Ultrasound Guidance. Diwan S (Ed) Atlas of Pain Medicine Procedures. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Medical. 2013.

  • Roque-Dang C, Wyss J, Solomon J. Steroids versus Viscosupplementation. Diwan S (Ed) Atlas of Pain Medicine Procedures. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Medical. 2013.

  • Musculoskeletal/Sports/Orthopedics. Shatzer M (Ed) Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation: Pocketpedia. Philadelphia, PA: LWW; (2012). Discogenic Low Back Pain. Critical Reviews of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 2005.

  • Knee Osteoarthritis. Critical Reviews of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 2005.

  • Physical Examination of the Lumbar Spine: A review of clinical Significance. Malanga Musculoskeletal Physical Examination: An Evidence-Approach Elsevier. 2016.

  • Physical Examination of the Sacroiliac Joint: A review of clinical Significance. Malanga Musculoskeletal Physical Examination: An Evidence-Approach Elsevier. 2016.

  • Physical Examination Maneuvers of the Ankle: Malanga Musculoskeletal Physical Examination: An Evidence-Approach Elsevier. 2016.

  • Femoral Neck Fractures. eMedicine. 2005

 

 

PRESENTATIONS

  • NASS International Meeting: Beirut, Lebanon, 2018

  • NASS International Meeting: Avila, Spain, 2018

  • NASS International Meeting: Beirut, Lebanon, 2017

  • AAPM&R: Intradiscal PRP, 2016

  • AAPM&R: Hip Spine Syndrome, 2015

  • NASS: Percutaneous Rupture of Z-Joint Synovial Cysts: Prospective review of Non-Surgical Management, 2014

  • AAPM&R: Core strengthening, 2002

  • HSS: Core Strengthening, 2003

  • ACSM: Buttock/Leg Pain, 2003

  • AAP: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome in Paediatric Population, 2002

Dr. Kyriakides

CHRISTOPHER KYRIAKIDES, DO

Board-eligible physiatrist Dr. Christopher Kyriakides is RSI+’s current Interventional Spine and Regenerative Orthopedics fellow. He has extensive training in the non-surgical management of spine and joint disorders, musculoskeletal ultrasound, fluoroscopic and ultrasound-guided injections, intradiscal procedures and electrodiagnostics. He maintains affiliation with his home institution NYU for which he is pending clinical appointment upon completion of his fellowship.

A graduate of SUNY New Paltz and the NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine, Dr. Kyriakides completed his medical internship at CarePoint Health in Hoboken, Jersey City and Bayonne, New Jersey. During his residency in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation at the NYU Rusk Institute, their interventional pain and spine track afforded him the opportunity to perform more than 200 interventional procedures prior to graduation. 


His achievements include being selected to serve on the NYU Langone Health House Staff Leadership Committee, and he is a yearly lecturer at the NYU School of Medicine for musculoskeletal anatomy and clinical exam. 

Outside of work, Dr. Kyriakides enjoys grilling, fishing, skiing, golf, boxing, Formula 1 and spending time with his family. 

EDUCATION

Fellowship: Interventional Spine and Regenerative Orthopedics, Regenerative SportsCare Institute 
 
Residency: Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, NYU Rusk Institute, 2022 
 
Internship: Department of Medicine CarePoint Health, 2019 
 
D.O.: NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine, 2018 
 
B.A.: Biology, Chemistry, State University of New York (SUNY) New Paltz, 2014

SPECIALTIES

Physiatry


Interventional spine


Regenerative orthobiologic procedures

 

SPECIAL EXPERTISE

Non-surgical management of spine and joint disorders

PROCEDURES

Musculoskeletal ultrasound 

Fluoroscopic and ultrasound-guided injections 

Intradiscal procedures 

Electrodiagnostics 

AFFILIATIONS

American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians 

American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 

New York Society of PM&R 

New York Society of Interventional Pain Physicians 

Hellenic Medical Society of New York 

AWARDS

Howard Rusk KUDOS Resident Achievement 
I Made a Difference Award, CarePoint Health Christ Hospital  
Dean’s List, SUNY New Paltz

PUBLICATIONS

 

PRESENTATIONS

  • Kyriakides CP, Skeehan B, Tsai W, Yu, J, Fusco H. Motor Recovery in a Postpartum Intracranial Hemorrhage due to Reversible Cerebral Vasoconstriction Syndrome versus Vasculitis (Conference: AAPMR San Diego 11/2020)  

  • Kyriakides CP, Sharaf M, Solomon J, Lutz G. Intradiscal Platelet Rich Plasma Injection Using a Proprietary Catheter Design in Delivering Injectate to the Annulus Fibrosus (Conference: NY NJ Pain Symposium Jersey City 11/2022) 

  • Tsai W, Kyriakides CP, Brooks F, Kingsbury D. Spinal Cord Infarction After Lumbar Transforaminal Epidural Steroid Injection With Dexamethasone: A Case Report,(Conference: AAP Feb 2021)

  • Bilaloglu, S. Tymms, C. Gardner, P. Caughey, M. Kyriakides, C. ,Raghavan P.. (November, 2017). Adaptation of Grip to 3D Printed Surfaces Poster presented at: Society for Neuroscience; Washington, DC, USA.

  • Raghavan P. ,Caughey M. ,Khan A. ,Kyriakides C. ,Afinia C.. (February, 2018). Effect of Multiple Injectionsof Hyaluronidase on Passive and Active Range of Motion in Upper Limb SpasticityPoster presented at: Association of Academic Physiatrists; Atlanta, GA, USA.

  • Tang A. ,Bilaloglu S. ,Bayona C. ,STONE J. ,Wilfred M. ,Hung C. ,Yousef A. ,Kyriakides C. ,Raghavan P.. (November, 2017). Level of arm motor impairment predicts sensory modalitiesthat optimize learning with the Bimanual Arm Trainer in patients with severe stroke Poster presented at: Society for Neuroscience 2017; Washington, DC, USA.  

FUNCTIONAL MEDICINE
SPECIALIST

Elizabeth Maneijas

ELIZABETH MANEJIAS, MD

Dr. Elizabeth Manejias is RSI+'s longevity medicine specialist, and an instrumental part of our personalized approach to patient care. Fellowship-trained and board-certified in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation as well as Primary Care Sports Medicine, she is also an IFM Certified Practitioner in Functional Medicine. She was an Assistant Attending Physiatrist at the Hospital for Special Surgery for 14 years, as is currently a consulting physician for musculoskeletal injuries at The Juilliard School. 

EDUCATION

Fellowship: Spine and Sports Medicine, Hospital For Special Surgery, 2008

 

Residency: Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Weill Cornell New York Presbyterian Hospital, 2007

 

Internship in Internal Medicine: 2004

 

M.D.: State University of New York State University of New York Health Science Center Brooklyn, 2003

 

B.A.: Biology/Chemistry, Hunter College, 1999

SPECIALTIES

Physical medicine and rehabilitation

 

Sports medicine

 

Acupuncture

 

Functional medicine

 

Integrative health

 

SPECIAL EXPERTISE

Performing arts and dance medicine

PROCEDURES

Acupuncture

 

Dry needling

 

Trigger point injections

AFFILIATIONS

International Association of Dance Medicine and Science (IADMS)

 

Performing Arts Medicine Association PAMA; IFM, (AAPMR)

 

American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

 

Institute for Functional Medicine

PUBLICATIONS

 

PRESENTATIONS

  • Sacroiliac joint region pain workshop. International Association for Dance Medicine and Science Annual Conference. Montreal, October 2019

  • Myofascial Acupuncture and Dry Needling Workshop in the Treatment of Dance Injuries. International Association for Dance Medicine and Science Annual Conference. Helsinki, October 2018

  • Myofascial Acupuncture and Dry Needling Workshop in the Treatment of Dance Injuries. July 18th, 2016 Havana, Cuba. Congreso Internacional. Enfermedades y Rehabilitacion de Profesionales del Arte 2016

  • Physical Examination of the Dancer Workshop. American Academy of Physiatry, San Antonio, Texas, March 2015

  • Utilization of and need for routine primary care services among dancers. International Association for Dance Medicine and Science Annual Conference poster presentation. Basel Switzerland, October 2014

  • Dance Injuries. Performing Arts Medicine Association meeting. Havana Cuba, January 2013, January 2014, January 2016

  • Biomechanics of Dance and Injuries. Performing Arts Medicine Association meeting, Havana Cuba, January 2014

  • Lumbar Spine Injuries in Dancers. International Association for Dance Medicine and Science annual meeting, Washington DC, October 2011

  • Hip and Back Pain Unit. American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Annual Meeting. Austin, Texas, November 2009

YOUR TEAM

Pamela Harrelson

PAMELA HARRELSON

Practice Manager

Beatrice Jimenez

BEATRIZ JIMENEZ

Patient Care Coordinator

Maria Duran

MARIA DURAN

Executive Assistant to
Dr. Gregory Lutz

Allen Chambers

ALLEN CHAMBERS

Radiology Director

Michael Ferrari

MICHAEL FERRARI

Senior Radiology Technician

Peter Scaturro

PETER K. SCATURRO

Managing Partner

Paula Lutz

PAULA LUTZ

Senior Project Manager

OUR FOUNDATION

The mission of the Regenerative SportsCare Foundation (RSF) is to find a cure for degenerative disc disease, and our research has brought interventional orthobiologics into the mainstream. In addition to ongoing clinical studies, RSF is committed to patient and physician education, sponsoring fellowships for physiatrists-in-training and advancing the science of interventional orthobiologics.

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