The Orthoheaing Center is glad to welcome a new physician, Dr. Hunter Vincent, to the team. Dr. Vincent has served as the Director of Clinical Research at the Orthohealing Center for several years, coauthoring 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) conference, a premier symposium with cadaver labs featuring the foremost experts in tendon, cartilage, and spine disease from around the world. He completed an ACGME accredited Pain fellowship at the renowned UCLA/VA Pain medicine program, where he gained a diverse skillset in interventional sports and spine care. He also 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 his medical education at Touro College in New York and a Bachelor’s of science in Exercise Biology from UC Davis, while also participating as a Division 1 soccer athlete. Outside of his clinical interests in interventional sports and spine care, Dr. Vincent has been involved in several health technology projects focusing on the integration of wearable devices in remote patient monitoring.