Stephen J. Roman, Jr., M.D. founder of The RegeneSpine Regenerative Spine and Joint Institute, has four board certifications including Regenerative Medicine, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (Physiatry), Pain Management, and Headache Management. Doctor Roman is a fellowship trained, compassionate super-subspecialist who brings the power of regenerative medicine to his patients. RegeneSpine is a partner with The New Jersey Surgery Center. Doctor Roman participates in clinical studies on the treatment of spinal disorders with regenerative medicine and is active in teaching in the field of regenerative medicine.Doctor Roman graduated Seton Hall University Cum Laude with a BS in Chemistry. He then graduated from New Jersey Medical School, now Rutgers Medical School. He completed a double residency program at New Jersey Medical School, in the specialties of Internal Medicine as well as Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. He then completed a prestigious American College of Graduate Medical Education approved fellowship in Pain Management at Emory Medical School. Before founding The RegeneSpine Regenerative Spine and Joint Institute, Doctor Roman had worked with the Trenton Orthopaedic Group (TOG) and Rothman Orthopaedics.
Dr. Roman, recognized as a top medical doctor, had the vision to bring regenerative spine and joint procedures to people who are looking for a better quality of life through a treatment modality which does not involve surgery or drugs. RegeneSpine provides the advances of regenerative medicine to patients from around the world who want the absolute best care possible. If you are a person who wants to benefit from the latest regenerative medicine treatments available by a quadruple board-certified medical doctor, you are in the right place. Dr. Roman is an avid reader, usually reading or listening to several books a month, and stays on the leading-edge of the latest regenerative medicine research, clinical trials and trainings.As a regenerative spine & joint doctor, Dr. Stephen Roman can administer your own regenerative cells found in your blood, bone marrow and fat. This more holistic and natural option for spine and joint pain management may be an alternative to invasive surgical procedures or opioid and other pharmaceutical drug treatments. Please click here to see a video by Dr. Roman describing regenerative medicine.
Our mission is to help our patients to reach their full potential in living happy, productive, and pain-free lives. The RegeneSpine Regenerative Spine and Joint Institute was founded to combine the latest in minimally invasive spinal and other musculoskeletal treatments with the modern advances in regenerative medicine. Our goal is to help each patient reach his or her full potential without surgery and without reliance on long-term medication use. We use a holistic multimodal approach incorporating, biologics, physical therapy, exercise, positive psychology, supplements, and other natural strategies to set the stage for your body’s natural healing.
Perhaps you play golf, tennis or enjoy cycling, running, hiking, yoga or jogging? Do you train CrossFit® or weightlift? Perhaps you are training for or had a tweak at an event like a Tough Mudder®, triathlon, or Spartan Race®? Dr. Roman has been treating spine problems in professional athletes for over 15 years. You don’t have to be a professional athlete to be treated like one!
Does your profession require full body function such as policeman/woman, fire fighter, life guard, military personnel, personal trainer, masseuse/massage therapist, dance teacher, construction worker, tour guide, mechanic, electrician, plumber, truck driver, landscaper, gardener, mason, chiropractor, physical therapist, carpenter, corrections officer, stunt man, veterinarian, chef, farmer, nurse or doctor?We are also happy to see injured workers through worker’s compensation insurance.
In addition to biologic regenerative treatments, RegeneSpine is continuing to perform many different treatment options in the areas of interventional pain management such as:
Please see our treatment page for an in-depth description our various treatments.
If you are searching for an alternative to surgery or drugs, schedule an appointment to see if you are a candidate for a regenerative approach.
For clients traveling from longer distances or internationally or clients who want to enjoy a spa-like or celebrity/discreet experience, ask about our concierge and VIP programs.
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Thanks Dr. Roman for keeping me active! I look forward to continuing to learn about and be treated with the latest regenerative treatments.
Year Founded: 1819
Major Cities: Birmingham, Montgomery, Mobile, Huntsville, Tuscaloosa
Borders: Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, Tennessee, Gulf of Mexico
Gross Domestic Product (GDP) Millions USD: $183,547
Land Area (Sq Miles): 51,609
High Point (Feet): 2,407
Other Facts: “Key Industries: Agriculture (poultry, peanuts, cotton, grains, soybeans, peaches) Iron and Steel production, paper, lumber, coal mining Automobile manufacture How Alabama got its name: The name Alabama comes from a Native American tribe that lived in the middle of the state. They named the local river the Alabama River and the state took its name from the river. State Nickname: Heart of Dixie State Slogan: Share The Wonder; Stars Fell on Alabama (on its license plate); (formerly) The Heart of Dixie State Motto: Audemus jura nostra defendere (We dare defend our rights) State flower: Camellia State Bird: Yellowhammer aka Northern Flicker State Fish: Largemouth bass (freshwater), Fighting tarpon (saltwater) State Tree: Southern Longleaf Pine State Mammal: Racking horse : Pecan, Blackberry Date Admitted: Tuesday, December 14, 1819 Number Admitted: 22 Prior Name: Alabama Territory Postal Abbreviation: AL The Geography of Alabama: Total Size: 50,744 sq. miles (source: 2003 Census) Geographical Low Point: Gulf of Mexico at Sea Level (source: U.S. Geological Survey) Geographical High Point: Cheaha Mtn. at 2,407 feet, located in the county/subdivision of Cleburne (source: U.S. Geological Survey) Central Point: Located in Chilton County approx. 12 miles southwest of Clanton (source: U.S. Geological Survey) Counties: 67 (source: National Association of Counties) Bodies of Water: Gulf of Mexico, Tennessee River, Alabama River, Chattahoochee River, Coosa River, Weiss Lake, Martin Lake, Lewis Smith Lake, Walter F. George Lake Famous People: Hank Aaron – Baseball player; George Washington Carver – Scientist: Jefferson Davis – President of the Confederacy; Nat ‘King’ Cole – Singer and musician; Helen Keller – Deaf and blind political activist and author; Harper Lee – Author who wrote To Kill a Mockingbird ; Carl Lewis – Gold medal track and field athlete; Willie Mays – Baseball player; Jesse Owens – Gold medal track and field athlete; Rosa Parks – Civil rights activist; Condoleezza Rice – Secretary of State; Booker T. Washington – Educator More Fun Facts: Huntsville, Al is the home to Space Camp and the world’s biggest Space museum.; Montgomery, Al was the capital of the Confederate States.; George Washington Carver lived in Alabama when he came up with peanut butter.; The Wright brothers started the first flight school in Alabama.; Fort Payne makes over 70 million pairs of socks a year. It’s called the sock capital of the world; The first electric trolley was introduced in Montgomery in 1886.; Baseball players Hank Aaron and Willie Mays were both born in Alabama.; The world’s largest cast-iron statue, called The Vulcan, is in Birmingham. It is 56 feet tall!; The football game between the University of Alabama plays Auburn University is one of the biggest rivalries in all of sports. The game is named the Iron Bowl. Professional Sports Teams: Alabama has no major Professional Sports Teams.” Citation: Nelson, Ken. “United States Geography for Kids: Alabama .” Ducksters, Technological Solutions, Inc. (TSI), https://www.ducksters.com/geography/state.php?State=Alabama
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