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Autoimmune Disorders

Adipose SVF stem cell therapy works exceptionally well for autoimmune disorders including multiple sclerosis, lupus, diabetes, Crohn’s disease, systemic sclerosis and more. Treatments are offered under our national IRB research protocol.

Neurologic Diseases

Adipose SVF stem cell therapy offers excellent outcomes for Parkinson's Disease, Cerebral Palsy, chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy, Post Concussion Syndrome, CRPS, RSD, Muscular Dystrophy, Stroke Recovery, ALS and more!

Ophthalmologic Conditions

Stem cell therapy for eye conditions such as macular and retinal degeneration, corneal disease and vision loss has been shown to be extremely effective with our IRB approved protocol.

Orthopedic Conditions

Stem cell therapy is used to treat joint pain related to local cartilage injury and arthritis. The procedure is very effective at pain relief as well as increasing desired activities. Avoid surgery with adipose SVF stem cell treatment.

Pulmonary Conditions

Adult stem cell treatments for lung disease and pulmonary conditions can help patients who do not respond to usual medication and conservative treatment. Additionally, stem cells can help reduce the patient’s reliance on medications.


Our adipose derived stem cell treatments offer excellent outcomes for urologic conditions such as incontinence, peyronies disease, kidney disease, interstitial cystitis and erectile dysfunction. The treatments are outpatient and involve a short mini-liposuction procedure.


The autologous adipose stromal vascular fraction (SVF) procedure involves obtaining fat (adipose) tissue-derived stem cells, which are used in various autoimmune, urologic, neurologic, pulmonary, ophthalmologic and orthopedic applications for patients.


PRP Therapy, short for platelet rich plasma, involves a simple blood draw from the patient that is then spun rapidly. The result is a solution rich in platelets and growth factors, which is great for joint and soft tissue injuries!