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What is Blue Light and is it Harmful?

What is Blue Light and is it Harmful?

Blue light is one of the several colors in the visible light spectrum. You may know them by the acronym ROYGBIV. Together, they make the white light you see when the sun, the main source of blue light, is shining. Fluorescent and LED light bulbs also give off blue...

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Stem Cell Seminars 2019

Stem Cell Seminars 2019

Come join us at our local Chuck's Produce markets in March to learn more about regenerative medicine. We will be at the Chuck's on Mill Plain on March 6th and March 26th 2019 and at the Salmon Creek Chuck's on March 13th 2019. We hope you can join us as we spend about...

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Our One Year Anniversary and Ribbon Cutting!

Our One Year Anniversary and Ribbon Cutting!

Over the past few weeks, our clinic has gone from looking quite disheveled to being a beautiful space for our patients and staff to reside. Vast amounts of hard work and effort have gone into getting our clinic up and running. We’d like to thank everyone involved for...

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5 Things We’re Excited About At Our New Location

5 Things We’re Excited About At Our New Location

1.       The location itself! Our new location is just off of 131st  and Mill Plain, near Chuck’s Produce.  This location is much easier for our patients to find due to accessibility and visibility.  No more driving around in circles trying to find our clinic!  Our...

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Welcome Raychel and Loretta!

Welcome Raychel and Loretta!

We’d like to take a minute and welcome our two new staff members! Help us welcome Raychel and Loretta to Pain Relief Partners! Raychel is one of Stephanie’s medical assistants and Loretta is our front desk receptionist. They’ve joined our team within this past month...

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Our Clinic’s History…PLUS Excting News!

Our Clinic’s History…PLUS Excting News!

We have enjoyed sharing about the history of stem cells and now we want to take an opportunity to share the history of our clinic. In 2010, Dr. Marksfeld had a vision of creating an integrated clinic to utilize both medical and alternative procedures. He started the...

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When Should I Use My Brace?

When Should I Use My Brace?

Patients often ask us the question “when and how often should I use my brace?” How do you know when a brace is necessary to manage pain? Braces, whether they are designed for the back, the knees, or other areas of the body, are given to patients to help stabilize the...

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Summer Heat Safety Tips

Summer Heat Safety Tips

The sun is out, and summer is in full swing. And while the warm weather feels wonderful, it can also be dangerous. Here are 5 ways to keep yourself safe and healthy during these hot summer days. 1. Consume plenty of liquids (water) While this may seem like the obvious...

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July 2018 Stem Cell Seminars

July 2018 Stem Cell Seminars

We’re delighted to kick off the summer with more stem cell seminars! Here is an update for our July stem cell seminar schedule. These seminars are educational, and free of charge. We will be discussing the ins and outs of Wharton’s Jelly stem cells and how we use them...

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Stem Cells: A Brief History

Stem Cells: A Brief History

When we talk about stem cell therapy with patients and practitioners, it is often viewed as being a “new” and “up and coming” treatment option for pain.  Since this treatment option isn’t discussed as frequently in mainstream medicine in the United States, it is easy...

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Are You Ready For A New Approach To Healthcare?

Are You Ready For A New Approach To Healthcare?

You know the drill. You feel pain or notice negative changes happening within your body. You call your doctor to set up an appointment and are usually able to be seen several weeks out. Once you’re at your appointment, you explain your current health issues and the...

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Spring 2018 Stem Cell Seminars

Spring 2018 Stem Cell Seminars

Hello Everyone! We have lots of stem cell seminars scheduled throughout Spring, so mark your calendars! These upcoming seminars focus on how Wharton’s Jelly stem cell therapy can help relieve your pain. We invite you to learn all about the healing potential of stem...

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2018 Is Here!

2018 Is Here!

Hello everyone! We hope your holiday season went well!  Now that everyone is back in full swing, we wanted to fill you in on all the exciting plans our clinic has in store. First and foremost, our clinic is now offering private stem cell seminars for you and your...

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Osteoarthritis Article

Osteoarthritis Article

We came across this interesting article from NPR while browsing some research articles, and we wanted to share it with you! This article suggests that osteoarthritis (OA) is more than just “wear and tear” on our joints, especially our knees.  The researchers argue...

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The Luepke Center Is A Must Visit!

The Luepke Center Is A Must Visit!

Have you visited the Luepke Senior Center yet?  If you haven’t, you should!  Our team has been visiting the Luepke weekly and we are having an amazing time!  This center is incredible! They host a variety of activities for ages 50 and better (but all ages are...

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Ruben’s Stem Cell Testimonial

Ruben’s Stem Cell Testimonial

We wanted to take a moment to share the beginnings of the amazing journey of one of our patients.  Ruben came to see us because he was experiencing chronic arthritic and systemic pain throughout his body, as well as symptoms pertaining to his Lupus diagnosis.  He was...

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Join Us For A Stem Cell Seminar 2018!

Join Us For A Stem Cell Seminar 2018!

Have you attended a Pain Relief Partners stem cell seminar yet?  If not, it’s a must! On Wednesday, February 7th 2018, we held a stem cell seminar at US Digital, which is just up the road from our clinic location.  We held one seminar at 11 AM, followed by another...

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What Are You Thankful For?

What Are You Thankful For?

Have you written on our “Wall of Thanks” yet? We started this project about a month or so ago in hopes of inspiring others.  We’re often so busy throughout our daily lives that it can be a challenge to stop and take a moment to appreciate things.  This exercise of...

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