“Excellence With a Human Touch”
Mississippi Stem Cell Treatment Center is an affiliate of the Cell Surgical Network. Since 2010, the renowned Cell Surgical Network has been known for the investigational use of stem cell deployments for degenerative conditions. Using international technology, we have developed a closed surgical method to isolate a cellular medium (SVF), which is rich in stem cells. At our stem cell center, we emphasize quality and are highly committed to clinical research and the advancement of regenerative medicine.
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Our Doctors and Staff
Dr. Barmada began his medical career in 1974, when he graduated from Manchester University Medical School in the UK. In Summer 2011, Dr. Barmada decided to dedicate more time to his enlarging venous practice. Dr. Barmada also developed an interest in aesthetics, as well as the use of stem cells for the treatment of many inoperable conditions he encountered over the years, including vascular occlusions, severe COPD and heart conditions.
Dr. Barmada possesses active medical licenses in Mississippi and Louisiana. Dr. Barmada also has two US patents with a third US patent pending.
Dr. Suzanne Rinno is a medical biochemist who has spent many years working as a medical office administrator. Dr. Rinno received her PhD from Manchester Medical School in the United Kingdom. Dr. Rinno worked as a Research Assistant and as a Post Doctorate Fellow at Manchester Medical School in England, and later as part of the Medical Staff for the University of Aleppo Medical School. More recently she was a Post Doctorate Fellow at the Oregon Science University in Portland, OR. She is currently the Director of Stem Cell Technology at the Mississippi Stem Cell Treatment Center in Ocean Springs, MS.
Stem Cell Center Technology
Stromal Vascular Fraction (SVF), which is rich in stem cells and growth factors, uses a patient’s own stem cells to promote healing and tissue regeneration. SVFs are collected from a patient’s fat tissue and minimally processed before being injected back into the patient at the treatment site. Because a stem cell is a special type of cell that can turn into any other type of cell and multiply, SVF can be used to regrow many different tissues — including skin, collagen, and cartilage — throughout the body.
Individuals who suffer from diabetes rely on insulin injections because their body does not contain enough insulin-producing cells. Like many other diseases, stem cells holds incredible potential for diabetes care because these special cells have the ability to develop into any kind of cell. In a diabetic’s case, stem cell treatment can help... Read More
Stem cells are truly wondrous. They are found throughout our bodies, from the intestines to the heart – and even in bones. However, the truth about these amazing, multi-potential cells is often mingled with political debate, which often irritates rather than educates. Because of this, there is much confusion about what stem cells really are... Read More
A recent study from a respected stem cell center suggests that stem cell therapy may be able to help treat Peyronie’s disease, a little known disease that affects an estimated nine percent of men, in some studies. Peyronie’s disease refers to the scarring of an area on the shaft of the penis, which may cause a host of distressing issues,... Read More
Stories of stem cell treatment successes continue to demonstrate some of the amazing healing abilities with this innovative treatment option. One such story centers on a mom from California, Julia Matsumoto. In October 2010, at the age of 31, she began with severe headaches, which were associated with complete loss of vision. Doctors diagnosed her... Read More
Lupus is an auto-immune disease that occurs when one’s immune system attacks one’s own organs and tissues. This disease can affect a person’s lungs, brain, kidneys, and more. The causes of this disease are unknown, but certain medications, and even sunlight, can trigger the disorder or exacerbate it. Because the symptoms of lupus vary... Read More
Treatments for baldness have been around for years. Hair loss can occur in men and women of varying ages, and in many cases, there is little that can be done to reverse the effects of baldness. There is no “cure” for baldness, but there are a few different drug treatments, surgeries, and other methods to slow hair loss or regain a full head of... Read More
Muscular dystrophy is a genetic disease affecting mainly a person’s skeletal muscles. There are several types which affect different muscle groups. Symptoms of these disorders manifest as progressive muscle weakness. Patients with the disease have a lack of a protein that is called dystrophin. The absence of this protein causes major damage to... Read More