Trusted Stem Cell Center Treatment for Degenerative Conditions
As a national pioneer of innovative medicine, Mississippi Stem Cell Treatment Center’s motto “Excellence with a Human Touch,” is at the forefront of what we do. Located in the city of Ocean Springs on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, we provide treatment to promote healing and tissue generation to those suffering from autoimmune, degenerative, inflammatory and ischemic conditions. Our team is highly committed to alleviating your symptoms and enhancing your functionality, quality of life, and wellbeing.
We employ a method called Stromal Vascular Fraction deployment (SVF). SVF relies on individual patient stem cells and growth factors, and helps accelerate healing and tissue regeneration. The SVF we collect from patients’ fat tissue is given back to the individual through the deployment process. SVF is an innovative product that can be used to regenerate different types of tissue throughout the body.
Mississippi Stem Cell Treatment Center is an affiliate of the Cell Surgical Network of CA. Our center meets all FDA guidelines for treating patients using their own tissue for therapy. We provide same-day harvesting and treatment in a state-of-the-art environment, which facilitates a faster recovery.
We provide treatment for anyone suffering in the following areas:
- Autoimmune Disease
- Erectile Dysfunction
- Lichen Sclerosis
At Mississippi Stem Cell Treatment Center, we offer stem cell center treatments for autoimmune disease, as well as stem cell center treatment for people suffering from other degenerative diseases. For more information on our innovative technology, browse our website for a wealth of information on stem cells, or contact us so we can discuss your individual candidate profile.
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