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Cameron Cartier, DO

Dr. Cameron Cartier grew up in Bellevue, Washington, and has returned home to be closer to family and friends. He recently completed fellowship training with the pioneers of Regenexx at the Centeno-Schultz Clinic in Broomfield, Colorado. He is board-certified in both anesthesiology and interventional pain medicine. He is a medical school Clinical Assistant Professor. Dr. Cartier began his studies at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, where he acquired a bachelor’s degree in neuroscience. After completing his degree, Dr. Cartier attended A.T. Still University in Kirksville, Missouri. He then completed his anesthesiology residency at Riverside University Health System in southern California, and his first fellowship in pain medicine at the University of Vermont. Dr. Cartier served as an active-duty physician with the United States Air Force in Alaska and Afghanistan. Dr. Cartier is very excited to be home and share his knowledge and skills to best serve the community by combining cutting-edge technology with the holistic healing mechanisms of Regenexx to improve the quality of life for his patients. In his free time, Dr. Cartier enjoys spending time with family, staying active with hiking, skiing, swimming, and of course, rooting for his home-town teams.

Academic Appointments

  • Clinical Assistant Professor, Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences – College of Osteopathic Medicine


  • Bachelor’s: Neuroscience, Brigham Young University
    Provo, UT
  • Doctor of Osteopathy: A.T. Still University
    Kirksville, MO

Post-Graduate Training

  • Residency: Anesthesiology, Riverside University Health System
    Moreno Valley, CA
  • Fellowship: Pain Medicine, University of Vermont
    Burlington, VT
  • Fellowship: Interventional Orthopedics, Centeno-Schultz Clinic
    Broomfield, CO

Board Certifications

  • Anesthesiology, American Osteopathic Board of Anesthesiology
  • Pain Medicine, American Osteopathic Board of Anesthesiology


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