Dr. Farshchian

Dr. Farshchian

Alimorad Farshchian MD (born April 2, 1962) is a medical doctor, medical author and humanitarian in Miami Florida. He is director of The Center for Regenerative Medicine, which he founded in 2000 in order to pursue pioneering regimens in the treatment of arthritis and neurodegenerative diseases. In 2005 he performed the first autologous live cell transplantation into an arthritic knee in U.S.A. For the 2012 London Olympics and 2016 Rio Olympics, Farshchian served as consulting Orthopedic Regenerative Medicine physician for the Team USA track-and-field team.

2018: AASCP Founding Father

American Association of Stem cell Physicians founding father.

2017: iFarshchian™

A. Farshchian MD introduces the first ever Autologous Cell therapy Eye Drops to his patients.

2016 - Rio Olympics

USA Track and Field team: Orthopedic regenerative medicine physician and consultant.

2015 - DVD

Orthopedic Regenerative Series: Adipose derived stem cells. The Sacroiliac Joint

2014 - DVD

Orthopedic Regenerative Series: Adipose derived stem cells. The Hip

2013 - DVD

Orthopedic Regenerative Series: Adipose derived stem cells. The Knee

2012 - London Olympics

USA Track and Field team: Orthopedic regenerative medicine physician and consultant.

2011 - Video Chi Ga

Farshchian introduces CHI GA as exercise of choice for arthritis and sports injuries.

2010 - Book "The Knee"

Orthopedic Regenerative Series: The Knee.

2009 - Book "A Nutritional Guide"

Orthopedic Regenerative Series: A Nutritional guide.

2008 - Procedures

By now Dr Farshchian, has done over 20000 procedures.

2007 - "The Knee Diaries"

Farshchian creates “The Knee Diaries” and production starts on Arthritis related educational programs.

2006 - Genorthix

The founder and the developer of the dietary supplements product line "Genorthix" a subsidiary of The Center for Regenerative Medicine is currently based in Miami Beach.

2005 - First Injection Using Live Cells

The first injection using live cells into a knee in U.S.A was performed at the center for Regenerative medicine by Alimorad Farshchian MD

2005 - Special Work

Special attention was focused on the work of the late Thomas McPherson Brown M.D. ; significant for correlations between bacteria and connective tissue diseases.

2004 - "The Doctor's Journal"

Syndicated Web columnist and the editor for “From The Doctor’s Journal”, is the Recipient of 2004 Senatorial Medal of Freedom .

2003 - Congressional Honored

Farshchian, is honored to be chosen as doctor of the year for 2003 by United States Republican Congressional Committee’s Physician Advisory Board .

2001 - Orthopedics & Sports Medicine

Dr. Farshchian limits his practice to Non-surgical Orthopedics and Sports Medicine.

2000 - The Center Opens

At the turn of the millennium Farshchian started up the Center for Regenerative Medicine. That year he treated a patients hip with great success. Since then the injection has evolved to a combination of 4-5 different modalities .

1997 - Private Practice

Private Practice

1994 - University of Pennsylvania College of Medicine

He continued his medical training at the Chestnut Hill Hospital Family Med program in Philadelphia / University of Pennsylvania school of Medicine.

1993 - University of Tennessee College of Medicine

He pursued further education with an Internship at the University of Tennessee College of Medicine.

1988 - Research Staff

He joined the research staff at State University of N.Y. ( SUNY Down State ) and New York Research Foundation.