Chronic Pain Symptoms
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Christopher J. Centeno, M.D. is an international expert and specialist in regenerative medicine and the clinical use of mesenchymal stem cells in orthopedics. He is board certified in physical medicine as well as rehabilitation and in pain management through The American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
Dr. Centeno is one of the few physicians in the world with extensive experience in the culture expansion of and clinical use of adult stem cells to treat orthopedic injuries. His clinic incorporates a variety of revolutionary pain management techniques to bring its broad patient base relief and results. Dr. Centeno treats patients from all over the US who travel to Colorado to under-go innovative, non-surgical treatments. Dr. Centeno has chaired multiple international research based conferences. He also maintains an active research based practice, with multiple publications listed in the US National Library of Medicine. Dr. Centeno has also served as editor-in-chief of a medical research journal dedicated to traumatic injury.
Dr. Centeno trained at the Baylor College of Medicine, Texas Medical Center and the Institute for Rehabilitation Research. He hails from both Florida and New York and currently resides in Boulder, Colorado with his wife and three children.
Shawn Tassone, M.D. began his educational career with a biology and mathematics bachelor’s degree at Regis College in Denver, Colorado. Dr. Tassone spent the following nine years completing medical school at Creighton University and residency at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center where he served as the Administrative Chief Resident. Three years in a row, Dr. Tassone received the Aesculapian Award, an honor for excellence in teaching bestowed upon three of only 150 residents by the medical students, a tremendous accolade.
Dr. Tassone followed his work in Oklahoma at the Reynolds Army Community Hospital where he was honored with the Health Professions Scholarship by the U.S. Army. The doctor served as Chief of Obstetrics and Gynecology. He was promoted to Major in September of 2000. His other awards include Resident Teaching Award from 1995 to 1998 at the University of Oklahoma as well as the Army Commendation Medal from 1998 to 2002. He is currently a Fellow of International Medicine under Dr. Andrew Weil at the University of Arizona.