Do you find our website to be helpful?
Yes   No

Alpharetta Location: 5755 North Point Parkway Suite 72, Alpharetta, GA 30022

Forest Parkway Location: 541 Forest Parkway, Forest Parkway, GA 30297

    1. "Dr. Windsor and his staff know what they're talking about!"

    2. Self-verified patient Vitals

    1. "He is a great man and he goes out of his way to help me"

    2. Self-verified patient Vitals

About Robert E. Windsor, MD

With over three decades in practice as a pain and regenerative medicine specialist, Robert Windsor, MD, has helped countless patients recover from pain and improve their quality of life. Dr. Windsor cares for patients at Georgia RegenRX, which is located in Forest Park, Georgia.

After earning his Doctor of Medicine from the Texas A&M University College of Medicine in Bryan, Texas at the age of 23, Dr. Windsor then completed a competitive residency program in physical medicine and rehabilitation at the University of Texas Health Sciences Center at San Antonio.  

As a lifelong athlete who competed at a national level in track, powerlifting, and martial arts, Dr. Windsor understands the unique challenges athletes face, which helps him better connect with his patients. Throughout his career, Dr. Windsor has studied, taught, and worked extensively in the fields of interventional pain medicine, interventional orthopedics, regenerative medicine (like stem cell therapy), integrative medicine and pain management for arthritis, chronic spinal pain, and sports medicine to name only few.

Outside of the clinic, Dr. Windsor likes to stay active by lifting weights and snow skiing. Dr. Windsor also enjoys other adventurous outdoor activities like scuba diving, boating and skydiving.  

Read more
Georgia RegenRX

With over three decades in practice as a pain and regenerative medicine specialist, Robert Windsor, MD, has helped countless patients recover from pain and improve their quality of life. Dr. Windsor cares for patients at Georgia RegenRX, which is located in Forest Park, Georgia.

After earning his Doctor of Medicine from the Texas A&M University College of Medicine in Bryan, Texas at the age of 23, Dr. Windsor then completed a competitive residency program in physical medicine and rehabilitation at the University of Texas Health Sciences Center at San Antonio.  

As a lifelong athlete who competed at a national level in track, powerlifting, and martial arts, Dr. Windsor understands the unique challenges athletes face, which helps him better connect with his patients. Throughout his career, Dr. Windsor has studied, taught, and worked extensively in the fields of interventional pain medicine, interventional orthopedics, regenerative medicine (like stem cell therapy), integrative medicine and pain management for arthritis, chronic spinal pain, and sports medicine to name only few.

Outside of the clinic, Dr. Windsor likes to stay active by lifting weights and snow skiing. Dr. Windsor also enjoys other adventurous outdoor activities like scuba diving, boating and skydiving.  


Read less

Advance Care Card - Apply Today!




Dr. Windsor performing a Kyphoplasty procedure

Read more

Listen to Blog Talk Radio’s worldwide broadcast as host Jim Masters interviews Dr. Windsor.

 

Dr. Windsor explains how Regenerative Medicine offers new options for managing and reducing chronic pain. LISTEN NOW

New Whiplash Treatments In Regenerative Medicine

KEY POINTS: •Consider regenerative approaches when standard whiplash treatments don’t help •PRP and other regenerative medicine products can reduce inflammation and pain and help rebuild the injured area •Repeated use of traditional remedies can...

Recovering from Surgery? Here’s What You Need to Know.

KEY POINTS: • Doing some planning in advance will help ease your post-surgical recovery • Spend most of your time resting, but move around a little when you’re up for it • Watch your eating habits, and take other measures that your doctor recommends

Understanding Postoperative Pain

KEY POINTS: • Some pain after surgery is normal, but typically diminishes day by day • There are several different types of pain, depending on the part of the body that’s been affected • Postoperative pain can be reduced by preoperative measures taken by t

Our Locations

Choose your preferred location