What are Stem Cells?
You were born with your own unique stem cells and they will stay throughout your entire life. They have two unique characteristics. They reproduce themselves through cell division and your body can induce them to become tissue specific (muscle, nerve, bone, organ) to replace damaged or dying cells, as needed.

How do they work?
Stem cells are attractant meaning they are draw to tissue that is inflamed or damaged. Mesenchymal Stem Cells (the kind we use) are influenced by your body’s chemical differentiation inducers, then transform themselves into needed muscle, nerve, and organ cells.

What is the procedure like?
Fat Harvesting from your abdomen is done under local anesthesia in a sterile operating room. After 45 minutes, ¼-1/2 cups of fat is transferred to our in-house laboratory for stem cell extraction. The fresh cells are injected back into your body. The entire process takes approximately three hours.

What is recovery like?
Most patients return to work the next day. Avoid strenuous activity (due to Fat Harvesting) for 5 days. Tylenol is all patients need for post-op, discomfort.

How long until I see results?
The time frame is variable. From 1 week to 2 months.

Stem Cell Therapy can be used for following list

-Congestive Heart Failure
-Chronic Bronchitis
-C.O.P.D. (learn more)

-Rheumatoid Arthritis
-Crohn's Disease

-Parkinson's Disease
-Multiple Sclerosis
-Cerebral Palsy

-Diabetes Type II
-Dry Macular Degeneration
-Diabetic Retinopathy
-Renal Failure
-Erectile Dysfunction
-Neurological Disorders and Spinal Cord Injury

Our facility is a state accredited ambulatory surgical center located in Davie, Fl.

Melvin Propis, M.D.
-Clinical assistant professor, Department of Surgery
-Past president of the Florida academy of cosmetic surgery.

Duncan Ross, Ph. D
-Allogenic and Autologous Stem Cell Transplantation
- Trained at the University of Miami
- Adjuct Professor at Miami Dade College - Director, Kimera Research Labs

Lori Morawa CLT, MA, CME
-Hematology, microbiology, immunology, chemistry, blood banking