We are a specialty clinic that offers orthobiologic cell therapy and regenerative aesthetic procedures. Our team is passionate about optimizing patient outcomes to improve function and quality of life in our patients. We develop a personalized approach to each patient and can often combine musculoskeletal and skin or hair therapies at the same appointment.

Dr. Penhollow conducts a thorough history and review of imaging and medical records, combines this with a detailed physical examination to create a personalized treatment plan to help our patients return to function and activities. Targets include joints, muscles, tendons and the spine (discs, joints, and the surrounding ligaments and muscles) for acute and chronic injury and chronic conditions such as arthritis. Additional regenerative therapies include micro-needling with PRP for regeneration and collagen induction to treat skin conditions including wrinkles, scars, and hair thinning.

Dr. Tammy Penhollow is an experienced Pain Management Specialist and Anesthesiologist in Scottsdale, Arizona. She is skilled in Regenerative Medicine, image guided joint and spine injections and regenerative aesthetic procedures. Dr. Penhollow graduated from Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine (now known as AT Still University), completed Anesthesiology Residency at Walter Reed Army Medical Center/National Naval Medical Center, and did her fellowship in Pain Medicine at Stanford School of Medicine. She is Board Certified in both Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine by the American Board of Anesthesiology, and possesses advanced musculoskeletal knowledge and advanced injection skills. Dr. Penhollow has been performing fluoroscopy-guided injections since 2004 and ultrasound-guided injections since 2011.

Our Mission

Precision Regenerative Medicine’s mission is precision diagnosis through a consultation with a Physician pain specialist with advanced musculoskeletal knowledge and advanced injection skills to provide personalized treatments to our patients. We offer precision – in diagnosis, in orthobiologic selection, and in ultrasound or fluoroscopy-guided placement of the regenerative therapy at the correct target at the right time in our patient’s lives.