Dr Eric Robinson
Dr. Robinson obtained his MD from the University of Ottawa in 1987, and graduated from the Orthopaedic Surgical Residency Program at University of Ottawa in 1992. He went on to complete sub-specialties in Adult and Reconstructive Surgery and Epidemiology through Clinical and Research Fellowships with the University of Ottawa and Western University.
Dr. Robinson is currently an Orthopaedic Surgeon with active privileges at Health Sciences North and the Manitoulin Health Centre. He is an associate professor at the Northern Ontario School of Medicine. He is the Lead Surgeon for the North Eastern Joint Assessment Centre, and is Surgical Director for Strive Sports Medicine Centre. He has co-authored numerous publications in Orthopaedic Surgery.
Dr. Robinson has held a myriad of leadership positions within Health Sciences North including Medical Director of Occupational Health and Chief of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. Dr. Robinson is a past Royal College Examiner in Orthopaedics, and has served on the board of the Ontario Orthopaedic Association. He is a current member of the Ontario Medical Association, the Canadian Medical Association and the Ontario Orthopaedic Association.
Despite his busy practice and participation in joint health research, Dr. Robinson finds the time to participate in Operation Walk, a volunteer organization that provides free hip and knee replacement surgery to patients suffering from debilitating bone and joint disease in developing countries.
A celebrated winner of the Canadian Orthopaedic Association Research Award and the Frank Stinchfield Hip Society Award, Dr. Robinson looks forward to continuing his involvement in the development of innovative solutions to pain and disability through his role as Lead Surgeon at the Ontario Stem Cell Treatment Centre.
Dr Scott Barr
Dr. Barr attended medical school at the University of Toronto and earned his degree in Medicine in 1988. He completed two years of Orthopaedic Surgery training prior to being drawn to Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. He completed his Plastic Surgery residency at the University of Western Ontario in London and obtained his Plastic Surgery Specialist Certification in 1993. Pursuing his special interest in the area of Facial Surgery and Reconstruction, Dr. Barr went on to complete an additional eighteen months of advanced training in Facial Reconstruction and Cranial Facial Trauma. Over the past 24 years, Dr. Barr has focused on breast, facial, body and scalp aesthetics. With a patient base of over 50,000, he has performed thousands of cosmetic plastic surgery procedures. In recent years, his practice has evolved to include non-invasive aesthetic and anti-aging medicine.
One of the busiest areas of Dr. Barr’s practice is that of body contouring. During these procedures, he often uses unwanted fat removed from the buttocks, abdomen and thighs to address the patient’s volume loss in the face, hands, breasts, thighs and other areas of the body. He has also used this fat to perform micro fat grafting and nano fat grafting to further revolutionize treatment of facial aging. By harnessing the volumizing and regenerative properties of fat, he has been able to provide permanent correction for facial volume loss.
His relentless pursuit of optimal aesthetic outcomes for his patients led Dr. Barr to research the regenerative and healing power of stem cell therapy using body fat. During this research, he became intrigued by the reparative potential of this area of medicine and traveled to California Stem Cell Treatment Centre to undergo stem cell therapy himself. The outcome of this treatment in resolving his back pain was so successful that he wanted to bring the technology to Northern Ontario.
Dr. Barr is an active member of the Cell Surgical Network®, The Canadian Society of Plastic Surgeons, Canadian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, the Canadian Laser Aesthetic Surgery Society, the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, the Canadian Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgery Facilities, the Ontario Medical Association, the Canadian Medical Association and is a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Canada.
Dr. Barr is founder of Barr Plastic Surgery and the Northern Ontario Surgical Centre, an advanced CAAASF and CPSO accredited surgical facility and the largest private surgical facility in Northern Ontario. He is Vice President of the Canadian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, former Head of the Division of Plastic Surgery, former Chief of the Department of Surgical Subspecialties and past chairman of the Sudbury General Hospital Laser Committee. Dr. Barr was a member of the Cosmetic Surgery Advisory Committee and the OHP (Out-of-Hospital Premises) Committee with the College of Physicians and Surgeons and is a former member of the Ethics Committee with the Canadian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.
Our Medical Team
All nurses at the Ontario Stem Cell Treatment Centre are registered with the College of Nurses of Ontario. Each has worked with Northern Ontario Surgical Centre for many years and have been carefully selected for their expertise and ability to ensure that each patient is treated with the highest level of care. They are fully dedicated to optimizing your treatment experience and procedural outcome.
The top priority of each staff member at Ontario Stem Cell Treatment Centre is to ensure the highest quality of care and comfort for each patient during their visit.