Healing Stem Cells Healing You: Choosing Regenerative Medical Injection Therapy
Dr. Douglas W. Stoddard (MD, M Sport Med, Dip Sport Med, ES) and Dr. Trevor L. Hall (MD, CCFP (SEM), Dip. SEM) have treated hundreds of patients with osteoarthritis, tendon tears, meniscal tears, and hip and knee injuries for nearly a decade in their RegenerVateTM Clinics. Their astounding results have restored quality of life to patients who never expected to be pain-free again.
This book is written for anyone with musculoskeletal pain who wants to get their life back by reducing or even eliminating the pain of a chronic injury or degeneration.
It’s worked for thousands of people in North America and around the world. It’s safe. It’s effective. It can work for you.
Dr. Douglas W. Stoddard MD, M Sport Med, Dip Sport Med, ES Sport Medicine and Regenerative Injection Physician Medical Director, RegenerVate(TM) Dr. Stoddard is a sport medicine and injection physician in Toronto and is the medical director of RegenerVate(TM), one of the first and most highly regarded musculoskeletal regenerative medical injection therapy clinics in Canada. After receiving his medical degree from the University of Toronto, he trained at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra, Australia, obtaining his master’s degree in Sport Medicine. Dr. Stoddard’s sports medicine work has included travel with Canada’s national ball hockey team, providing on site medical coverage for the Subaru Triathlon Series, and functioning as medical director of Eastern Ironman Canada, as well as working with the National Ballet of Canada. His injection training, including ultrasound, PRP, and prolotherapy, was primarily done in the US. As a recognized expert in regenerative medical injection therapy, he is frequently called upon to advise, speak, and write about research, trends, and the future of this promising area of medicine. Dr. Stoddard is a diplomat of the Canadian Academy of Sport and Exercise Medicine (CASEM), has his Exercise Specialist designation from the American College of Sports Medicine, and his master’s degree in Sport and Exercise Medicine from the Australian Institute of Sport. He is a proud father of two boys, an avid snowboarder and triathlete, and occasional guitar player.
Dr. Trevor L. Hall MD, CCFP (SEM), Dip. SEM Sport Medicine and Regenerative Injection Physician DR. HALL is an assistant clinical professor with the Department of Family Medicine at McMaster University, in addition to his position at RegenerVate(TM), and serves as the medical director at Grand River Sports Medicine (GRSM) Centre. Dr. Hall completed his medical school and family medicine residency at the University of Toronto. He then completed the Toronto Primary Care Sport Medicine Fellowship Program in 1997. He subsequently obtained the Canadian Academy of Sport Medicine Diploma in Sport & Exercise Medicine certification, and obtained the College of Family Physicians of Canada Certificate of Added Competency in Sport and Exercise Medicine. Dr. Hall’s sports medicine training includes experience with professional groups such as the Toronto Maple Leafs, Toronto Raptors, and the National Ballet of Canada. Dr. Hall’s experience includes work a as sports medicine consultant for the University of Waterloo varsity teams, Wilfred Laurier University varsity teams, Kitchener Rangers, and various Canadian national teams. He has worked as a sports medicine physician at the Olympics, Pan American Games, and numerous World Championships of various sports. These days, Dr. Hall focuses most of his work as a clinic-based sports medicine physician at RegenerVate(TM) and GRSM. He has a particular interest in ultrasound guided regenerative injections, for which he has trained extensively in Canada, the US, and internationally. He also has had a keen interest in treating osteoarthritis for over 15 years, and leads the successful Osteoarthritis Centre of Excellence. He continues his academic work at McMaster University, through which he helps train sports medicine residents/fellows. Dr. Hall spends most of his time outside of work with his wife and three children. Besides trying to keep up with his kids, Dr. Hall enjoys running, cycling, duathlons, and gym workouts, as well as his various hiking and travel adventures with his wife.