Trusted Stem Cell Center Treatment for Degenerative Conditions
Mississippi Stem Cell Treatment Center is focused on innovative care and an environment driven by “Excellence with a Human Touch.” Our experienced team offers the most effective stem cell center treatments for anyone in the U.S. who is suffering from a degenerative or autoimmune disease. Our doctors and staff prioritize optimal patient care, all in a technologically advanced, yet comfortable and caring environment.
Mississippi Stem Cell Treatment Center is based in Ocean Spring, MS and is part of the national Cell Surgical Network. The Cell Surgical Network collaborates with its research partners throughout the U.S. to create a trusted network of experts, all focused on finding new ways to utilize stem cells for degenerative conditions. Our center meets all FDA guidelines for the treatment of patients using their own tissues, and provides same-day treatment, alleviating the need for a lengthy recovery.
We employ a method called Stromal Vascular Fraction (SVF). SVF relies on individual patient stem cells and helps with faster healing and tissue regeneration. We collect SVFs from each patient’s individual fat tissue, and process those for injection back into the patient. SVF is an innovative method that can be used to regenerate different types of tissue all throughout the body.
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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