Dr. Ruth Allison Dana

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Regenerative Orthopedic and Neurology Specialist

Ruth Allison Dana, NMD is a licensed Naturopathic Medical Doctor in Arizona. She received her doctorate at Bastyr University, the premier institute for research-based naturopathic medicine, in San Diego, California. Her clinical practice has focused on regenerative orthopedic injections and integrative neurology.

Dr. Dana started her regenerative stem cell medicine career focusing on adipose derived stem cell orthopedic procedures before transitioning to using umbilical cord derived stem cells. She works regularly with patients using umbilical cord derived stem cells, ultrasound and fluoroscopic orthopedic procedures, prolotherapy, trigger point therapy, and platelet-rich plasma therapy.

Organizational Memberships, Medical Affiliations, Trainings, And Board Certifications

  • Cell Surgical Conference, The International Cell Surgical Society
  • ILADS Vector-Borne Illness Fundamentals Conference
  • Restorative Medicine Neurology Fellowship, the Association for the Advancement of Restorative Medicine
  • International Society for Environmentally Acquired Illness
  • MSKUS Patient Injection Course
  • MSKUS Cadaver Course
  • Fundamentals and Clinical Applications of IV Nutrient Therapies, International IV Nutritional Therapy for Professionals (IIVNTP)
  • Essentials of Regenerative Medicine, 2020, Integrative Regen Group
  • American Osteopathic Association of Prolotherapy Regenerative Medicine Training Seminar and Cadaver Lab
  • Functional Neurology Seminars, International Association of Functional Neurology and Rehabilitation

Dr. Dana’s personal experience with naturopathic medicine as a solution to chronic pain and neurological symptoms inspired her to learn as much as she can to help herself and others to heal naturally rather than rely on medications.

In addition to orthopedic procedures, Dr. Dana has spent years helping patients with neurological conditions. She completed a CNME accredited residency at the Reboot Center for Innovative Medicine in Washington state while simultaneously completing 150 postgraduate credit hours of training through Functional Neurology Seminars.

She has a passion for physical medicine that started with a background in massage therapy and soft tissue manipulation. She loved offering immediate relief to patients. This foundation now helps her to find the source of pain for patients who need stronger and longer lasting treatment through regenerative orthopedic injections.

Dr. Dana is also passionate about movement and meditation as medicine. Weight lifting and artistic roller skating are her favorite ways to stay active. She loves caring for her dog Polka, a dalmatian poodle mix. She often spends her vacations playing and writing music with friends or spending time with her family.