OrthoIdaho hosts free Regenerative Medicine seminar Oct. 17

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POCATELLO – Dr. Anthony (Tony) Joseph of OrthoIdaho is hosting a free one hour seminar where he will be discussing a new medical breakthrough called Regenerative Medicine.

It is helping people with joint and spine pain find lasting relief after just one treatment, without drugs or surgery. Regenerative medicine uses your own body to heal itself.

The seminar will be Wednesday, Oct. 17 from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at OrthoIdaho, 2240 East Center St. in Pocatello.

Walk-ins are welcome.

Dr. Joseph has spent over two years attending seminars and trainings through the Interventional Orthopedic Foundation (IOF) in Denver, Colorado and at the MedRebels Society in Austin, Texas concerning the latest treatments for regenerative medicine and how it’s used for joint pain sufferers.

“Regenerative medicine has a number of applications for pain caused by joint arthritis, lumbar and cervical disc disease, and tendinitis and tendinopathies throughout the body,” said Dr. Joseph. “If you are suffering from joint pain and are not yet ready for surgery or would like to avoid drugs, I encourage you to attend to learn more and ask questions. There’s no obligation.”

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