Robert Windsor, MD
Alpharetta, GA- Robert E. Windsor, MD, is recognized as an expert and thought leader in the fields of Pain Medicine and Regenerative Medicine Specialist at Georgia RegenRX. Located Alpharetta and Forest Park, Georgia, RegenRX offers expert, caring pain management and regenerative medical services to the Atlanta metropolitan area. Backed by more than three decades of experience, Dr. Windsor is a top physician in Fulton county.
Dr. Windsor’s practice focuses on improving people’s lives through regenerative medicine and incorporates not only spine and musculoskeletal conditions in his treatments but also Age Management Medicine, Aesthetic Medicine and Sexual Medicine.
He believes that people do not need to age physiologically nearly as rapidly as they traditionally have and that they should remain mentally and physically vital into advanced chronological age.
His areas of expertise include interventional pain medicine, interventional orthopedics, regenerative medicine (PRP, A2M, and other regenerative techniques and products), and integrative medicine. He provides pain management for arthritis, chronic spinal pain, and sports medicine. In addition to his administrative and clinical experience, he has held numerous faculty positions. He has been a Pain Management Fellowship Director at Emory University, been a leader the American Academy of Physical Medicine, and has been a Visiting Professor at the University of Pennsylvania and Temple University among others.
Pursuing a pain/rehabilitative/physical medicine career to help others, Dr. Windsor always keeps, “the patient first and foremost.” He has been highly successful on account of being able to learn and develop new and improved skill sets. He advises new doctors to, “Stay up to date on emerging technologies in the biological field (i.e.: Regenerative Medicine)” and to “Always question traditional “wisdom”; to do your own research; to come to your own conclusions; and to pursue your field with vigor and caring.”
In preparation for his career, Dr. Windsor earned a medical degree from the Texas A&M College of Medicine at the age of twenty-three. He went on to complete a competitive residency program in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the University of Texas Health Sciences Center at San Antonio.
A frontrunner in his field, Dr. Windsor has been board certified by the American Board of Physical Medicine, American Board of Pain Medicine, American Board of Pain Management, American Board of Electrodiagnostic Medicine, American Board of Age Management Medicine, and the American Board of Regenerative Medicine. He is a current or former diplomat of the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, American Board of Electrodiagnostic Medicine, American Board of Pain Medicine, American Board of Pain Management, and American Board of Anti-Aging/Regenerative Medicine.
A lifelong athlete, Dr. Windsor enjoys staying active. He likes lifting weights, snow skiing, scuba diving, boating and skydiving.