The mission of Center for Integrative and Regenerative Medicine (CIRM) is to serve patients with chronic health issues by using a common sense approach to health care.
Our Expert Team
CIRM’s goal is to educate and inform people on how they can have a happy, healthy, pain-free lifestyle. Formerly Bangor Chiropractic and Functional Medicine, CIRM offers Stem Cell Therapy, Functional Medicine, Integrative Medicine, and Chiropractic Care.
Dr. Gerard Graves, D.C.
Founder & Doctor of Chiropractic
For the last eight years, Dr. Graves has dedicated his practice to helping people with chronic conditions that have not responded well to other treatments or who have not met their recovery goals using other methods. He has advanced education in Functional Medicine and Nutrition including functional blood work analysis, endocrinology and the thyroid gland, neurotransmitters and the brain. Dr. Gerard Graves has been helping people with chronic health issues since 1999.
Licensed Massage Therapist
Jackie studied at Branford Hall Career Institution. She is a licensed massage therapist, certified nursing assistant, and is currently a chiropractic assistant. She has been working with Dr. Graves for the past 7 years. She is also certified in neurofeedback through AFNI. Jackie was a dental assistant for 25 years before working with Dr. Graves.
Jackie is our chiropractic assistant, detoxification and neurofeedback practitioner.
In her free time, she enjoys bluegrass music and camping.
Family Nurse Practitioner
Why Stem Cells?
Beyond Traditional Medicine
When stem cells are introduced to an acutely or chronically injured joint, healing benefits are amplified beyond most traditional medical procedures.
Non Surgical & Non Invasive
Unlike having surgery, stem cells actually stimulate new growth and repair connective tissue.
Amplify The Healing Process
Empower your own body to amplify its healing abilities.
“I noticed results as early as the next morning, my chronic pain was GONE, had completely disappeared. A few days go by and I begin walking by myself again, without any support of a cane. ”