Dr. Hunter Vincent
Dr. Hunter Vincent has served as the Director of Clinical Research at the Orthohealing Center for several years. He has authored several peer reviewed publications and multiple textbook chapters on Orthobiologics in Sports Medicine and Pain Management. He has presented Orthohealing’s research at several internationally recognized orthopedic conferences. Dr Vincent is the annual Moderator at the Orthobiologic Institute (TOBI), a premier symposium with cadaver labs featuring the foremost experts in tendon, cartilage, and spine disease from around the world. Dr Vincent concentrates on reducing pain and keeping his patients active with an empathetic hands on approach.
Dr. Hunter Vincent received his medical education from Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine in New York. He completed his medical residency at University of California, Davis in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation where he was awarded the William Fowler research award. Dr Vincent received a Bachelor’s of science in Exercise Biology from UC Davis, while also participating as a Division 1 soccer athlete.
View Dr. Vincent's curriculum vitae here.
In her role at the Orthohealing Center, Dr. Aufiero is known for treating orthopedic injuries and conditions with a creative approach, blending regenerative medicine with conventional injections to relieve pain while healing the underlying injury and restoring function.
Dr. Aufiero is committed to advancing her field and educating others on the power of regenerative medicine in non-surgical orthopedics. As such, she is proud to serve as a clinical instructor of medicine at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, a clinical assistant professor of physical medicine and rehabilitation at Western University of Health Sciences and an adjunct professor at Touro University.