Our Medical Director
Janet D. Pearl, MD MSc
Janet D. Pearl, MD, MSc is the Medical Director of The Center for Morton’s Neuroma and Complete Spine and Pain Care, an interventional and integrated Pain Management program located in Framingham, Massachusetts.
Previously, Dr. Pearl was the Co-Director of the Pain Management Center at St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center, where she was also the Director of the Fellowship program. She is the former Director of a satellite pain center of the Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Pain Management Center, located at the HealthSouth Braintree Rehabilitation Hospital
Scott W. Taylor, DPM
Scott W. Taylor, DPM has over 18 years of extensive clinical and surgical podiatric experience. He is skilled in the new regenerative medicine procedures for the foot and ankle and also enjoys teaching.
He feels particularly fulfilled when the patient leaves with a good grasp of the problem and the treatment approach. Before joining us, Dr Taylor worked at a regenerative medicine practice in Colorado. He received his bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Reno and another Bachelors in EPO-Biology from the University of Colorado, Boulder Colorado.
Full communication with all of Our patients and their health care practitioners
Highest quality of care
Honesty and respectful relationships with our patients
Gentle touch and concern for safety for all interventional procedures
We strive to be the leader in minimally invasive, outpatient cell-based treatments for the foot and ankle to alleviate pain and suffering. We aim to provide state of the art, low risk alternatives to invasive surgeries and avoid long surgical recovery times. Our technology addresses common injuries and degenerative processes of the foot and ankle.
We continually evaluate and incorporate new technologies to give you the best possible treatment. It is our mission to promote healing, regeneration, improved function and mobility for common diseases of the foot and ankle.
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This gives us access to additional resources and treatments to help you if needed.
Although Orthobiologic Cell Therapy is considered by some people to be experimental, various research studies show that some marrow aspirate concentrate and platelet rich plasma injections may provide excellent relief from joint and musculoskeletal pain and ongoing inflammation.