What is the ABRM?

What is the ABRM?

Over the next few weeks, we’ll be exploring the different boards and organizations that certify doctors to provide the services and therapies that help you heal and recover. This week, we’ll look at the ABRM.

The ABRM stands for the American Board of Regenerative Medicine that aims to set standards in regenerative medicine as well as promoting excellence through education, certification programs, and supporting ongoing research into the exciting field of regenerative medicine. The ABRM helps to advance the field through advocacy and provide accreditation to healthcare professionals who wish to provide patients with quality care and results using regenerative medicine practices.

Certification standards for the ABRM includes taking post-graduate courses to maintain healthcare standards are at a high level, an extensive board review of the clinic and its practices, as well as a successful completion of board examinations, including written and oral exams. It is only by passing with flying colors that a physician can be successfully certified by the American Board of Regenerative Medicine. Physicians are required to recertify every five years in order to ensure the latest standards and practices are upheld by all.

In 2016, Dr. Kevin Darr was certified by the American Board of Regenerative Medicine. This demonstrates his consistently high quality of care provided by his practice in regard to regenerative medicine. Dr. Darr believes in the potential of regenerative medicine and aims to promote its use through safe and professional conduct as set forth by the ABRM. Patients who come to Dr. Darr’s clinic for regenerative medical therapy will know they are in good hands with a physician who has gone taken the time and effort to be recognised for his knowledge and methods in his regenerative medicine practices.

To learn more about whether regenerative medicine is the right therapy option for your injury or pain, contact Dr. Kevin Darr’s clinic today to book a consultation.

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