The Future of Wellness

Regenerative medicine sounds like a concept that could only exist in science fiction films, but American Stem Cell Centers of Excellence proves otherwise.

The center provides comprehensive stem cell treatment and other treatments that use the power of the body’s own healing potential. The center provides regenerative medicine solutions that allow the body’s healing potential to repair damaged tissue. Services include diet counseling, bone marrow cell infrared therapy, electromagnetic pulsed wave therapy, ozone therapy, IV supplementary nutrition and plasma treatments.

With locations in Dallas and Los Angeles, American Stem Cell Centers of Excellence recently introduced a its state-of-the-art location in South Miami, which will serve both as a clinic and as primary offices for the company’s business operations.

“It is with great pleasure that we introduce the highest-quality regenerative medicine center to the Miami market, with our headquarters serving as the pinnacle of industry standard for this revolutionary field of medicine,” said Mike Tomas, CEO of American Stem Cell Centers of Excellence.

The 3,300-square-foot facility recently underwent $100,000 of renovations and upgrades, including contemporary interior design and tech-integrated amenities. Here, patients can receive treatments for neurological, autoimmune, degenerative and orthopedic conditions. With wellness as a cornerstone, services also include

“Our brand continues to open new frontiers to the landscape of regenerative therapies,” added Joe DaGrosa, Chairman of General American Capital Partners, owner of American Stem Cell Centers of Excellence. “This would not be possible without the experience of our renowned medical professionals and specialized leadership that integrates an institutional-type environment of the highest caliber.”

American Stem Cell Centers of Excellence is located at 7800 SW 57th Ave., Suite 106. Visit americanstemcell.com.


Photo caption: Michelle Parlo, Mike Tomas,Vice Mayor Walter Harris, Dr. Kristin Comella and Beatriz Zevallos at the grand opening

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