Under the medical direction of Dr. Alimorad Farshchian, The Center for Regenerative Medicine in Miami treats and manages joint pain and injuries to enable people experiencing discomfort to return to optimum function. Since founding the center in 2000, Dr. Alimorad Farshchian has overseen a dedicated team in treating professional and amateur athletes, celebrities, global leaders, and other patients from around the world for injuries and arthritic conditions. A pioneer in and recognized authority on orthopedic regenerative medicine, a term he coined, Dr. Alimorad Farshchian leads his colleagues in administering “ligament and joint regeneration neuvogeneration” injections through a combination of modalities called LaJRaN. Dr. Alimorad Farshchian has achieved a greater than 95-percent success rate on nonsurgical Autologous cell therapy, performing more than 40,000 procedures on knees, shoulders, spines, and other areas afflicted with cartilage damage.
The method of treatment Dr. Alimorad Farshchian employs involves harvesting cells from a patient by drawing approximately 30 to 50 cc (cubic centimeters) of blood. Dr. Farshchian then injects the blood by-product of the cells, which includes platelets and growth factors, back into the patient. The treatment typically accelerates the healing process, allowing athletes back on the field sooner, and dancers to return to the stage more quickly than they would with traditional treatment. Dr. Alimorad Farshchian also aids patients through an innovative exercise he created by combining the elements of yoga and two Eastern disciplines.
A recipient of the Republican Senatorial Medal of Freedom, Dr. Alimorad Farshchian has written two books: Orthopedic Regenerative Medicine: The Knee, a textbook; and Orthopedic Regenerative Series: A Nutritional Guide. He also co-produced The Knee Diaries, an educational series, with Caribevision Station Group LLC. Formerly a syndicated web columnist as well, Dr. Farshchian currently co-hosts The Arthritis Show on My Medicine TV at present. He has extensively researched rheumatologist Thomas McPherson Brown’s works on bacteria and connective-tissue disease correlations. In addition, Dr. Alimorad Farshchian continues to study advances in autologous cell therapy.