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From Stem Cells to Flying Squirrels: Lieutenant Commander Dr. Matthew Bayes
Episode 222nd November 2021 • Double Dose: with Dr. Trish & PA Jeff • 2911 Healthcare LLC
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Dr. Bayes sits down with the Double Dose team and breaks down the role of Orthobiologics (i.e. Regenerative Medicine).

Matt Bayes, MD practices sports medicine and specializes in regenerative orthopedics at Bluetail Medical Group. Dr. Bayes welcomes patients in the Chesterfield, Missouri and Naples, Florida offices. Patients needing expert treatment for the full range of musculoskeletal injuries and diseases seek his expertise in regenerative treatments such as PRP and stem cell therapy.

Dr. Bayes treats professional athletes and weekend warriors alike and focuses on non-operative methods of treatment and rehabilitation. He strives to keep patients moving during their recovery to limit their time away from the game. He’s also skilled in the use of ultrasound for diagnostic and needle-guided procedures.

After receiving his medical degree from Saint Louis University, Dr. Bayes completed his pediatric internship and residency at the Naval Medical Center in San Diego. He then moved across the country to Beaufort, South Carolina, where he spent four years as a staff pediatrician and was named the chief of pediatrics at Naval Hospital Beaufort.

In 2008, Dr. Bayes returned to Saint Louis University to complete his fellowship in primary care sports medicine and subsequently earned his board certification.

Before joining Bluetail Medical Group in 2011, Dr. Bayes practiced at the Sports Medicine Institute at the Orthopedic Center of St. Louis. He has extensive experience teaching regenerative medicine and diagnostic ultrasound techniques to physicians from throughout the United States and around the world.

When he’s not in the office, Dr. Bayes enjoys jogging, working out, attending youth sports, and spending time with his wife, Jaime, and their kids, Ellie, Tyler, and Josie