Dr. Yibing Li, the founder and medical director of CPMR (Center for Pain Management and Rehab, S.C and Midwest Joint Pain Institute, SC), is an interventional physiatrist and a Regenerative Medicine specialist.
She is American board certified in both Pain Medicine and Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. She is also the first certified physician in central Illinois to perform painless neurosensory testing with Neural-Scan, the most cutting edge technology for pain fiber diagnosis.
She earned her BS/MD degree at Shenyang Medical College in China. After she graduated from Brody School of Medicine, East Carolina University as a medical intern, she completed her PM&&R (Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation) residency at renowned Washington University School of Medicine/Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis, MO, USA. She worked as an interventional physiatrist at Unitypoint Methodist Medical Center prior to opening her own private practice in Peoria, IL.
Dr. Li has special clinical interests in the most advanced, cutting edge regenerative therapies, such as stem cell therapy, PRP (platelet rich plasma), PRF (platelet rich fibrin) bio-cellular injections and prolotherapy, to help people naturally restore functions and heal the root causes of the pain from sport injuries, arthritis, without surgery or downtime. She has extensive experiences in performing electrodiagnostic studies and interventional pain management procedures. She works very closely with primary care physicians, orthopedic surgeons, neurosurgeons, chiropractors, and other healthcare professionals in the area.
Dr Li and her team are among the frontiers nationally and internationally for regenerative medicine to trat chronic musculosketetal and joint pain. They are not only excellent clinicians but also very active medical researchers and educators. In 2017 they have three research abstracts selected for presentations (below) at both national and international medical conferences.
Dr Li is also an invited speaker for the 9th World Annual Conference on Stem Cell Therapy and regenerative Medicine in September 2017 at Berlin, Germany and in August 2018 in London, England.
Her topics will include:
A Naturally, Non-Surgical Approach to heal tendon and ligament injuries