Together with a team of international experts, Dr. Wehling has revolutionized and helped shape the growing field of molecular orthopedics. Over the years, he has pioneered treatments around the idea that a variety of orthopedic diseases and conditions are not merely wear and tear. Rather, they are linked to biomolecular changes, such as inflammation, oxidative stress and regenerative deficiency.
Dr. Wehling’s expertise focuses on non-surgical, targeted approaches engaging the abilities of the patients’ immune system. This way, the overarching goal is to restore natural balance and healthy conditions in diseased tissue in a sustainable and gentle manner.
In combination with his expertise and passion to help people regain movement and reduce their pain, Dr. Wehling has treated thousands of patients from all walks of life — from pro athletes to movie stars, to schoolteachers, to professionals, to assembly line workers, even the Pope.
It is that passion, patient empathy and track record of success with Regenokine that has given Dr. Wehling the honor to treat so many people who have entrusted him and his team with their most precious asset – their health.
New private practice “Dr. Wehling & Partner“ in Düsseldorf, with focus on regenerative medicine in the fields of orthopedics, pain management and sports medicine
Appointed adjunct professor at Duke University, Dep. of Anesthesiology, NC, USA
Author of the book “The End of Pain“ together with Dr. Chris Renna (Santa Monica, USA)
Served as the managing partner of private practice with focus on molecular orthopedics and regenerative medicine in Düsseldorf, Germany
Served as the managing partner of the “center for molecular orthopedics” in Düsseldorf, Germany
Appointed adjunct professor at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA and at the Heinrich-Heine-University, Düsseldorf, Germany
Founding private clinics in Düsseldorf, Germany
Chief senior physician at the Clinic for neurosurgery in Osnabrück, Germany
Senior physician in the department of orthopedics at the University in Düsseldorf, Germany
Habilitation (Professorial Thesis, PhD) with a neurophysiological subject and Venia Legendi (Lecturer)
Appointed specialist in orthopedics
Post Doc Research Fellow at the University of Pittsburgh, USA
Specialization in orthopedics (including neurophysiological and traumatological rotation), University Clinic Düsseldorf
Doctorate and MD exam at the Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf
School of medicine in Cologne, Montpellier, Düsseldorf, London (Ontario)
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Written by Dr. Peter Wehling & Dr. Christian Renna