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E.G.

Dr. Farshchian, My name is E.G., I am a 64 year old. I played 11 years in pro-football. Doctor 2 years ago you worked on my left shoulder that had no cartilage in the joint and all other doctors that I conferred with, told me that shoulder replacement was the only answer. Thanks to your great work on my shoulder, I am now pain free and have a lot better range of motion. I can play golf and I am also doing a little weight lifting. You did a great job, thank you.
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A. Horn

An old satisfied pro-football player Since having 2 treatments 7 years ago I have gotten my life back. I play tennis all the time and have won a couple of championships. I have again become an active member in society and feel as though I have gotten my life back. I have never met a doctor that has helped me as much as you have and I thank you so much.
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Louise Cluff

A year ago, prior to coming to you for treatment, I was in chronic pain and unable to get up or move about without the use of a walker for assistance. Now, about a year later, I no longer suffer from chronic pain. I am also able to get out of bed,walk around, and do other activities without the assistance of a walker.

I really feel like Dr. Farshchian cares about whether or not I am getting better as opposed to just using "band aids" to mask the symptoms of my condition.
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M.R. Daeisadeghi

Talented racer. Just ask Jacqueline Ross.The 22-year-old Palm Bay resident and motocross racer won the Canadian Motosport Racing Corporation women's championship in 2008 but was sidelined on May 29, 2009, five days before she was scheduled to return to defend her crown, when she tore the meniscus in her left knee.

The injury and the subsequent cell therapy rehabilitation she underwent under the direction of Dr. Alimorad Farshchian at Miami's Center for Regenerative Medicine, kept her off her motorcycle for 10 months.

"My doctor . . . if it wasn't for him, there would be no way I would even be back on a bike," Ross said. "He was a blessing."

As she was healing, a 6 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. job in a Melbourne call center devoured much of her time, leaving her precious few hours to train and get back up to speed.
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Sandy Stewart

Talented racer. Just ask Jacqueline Ross.The 22-year-old Palm Bay resident and motocross racer won the Canadian Motosport Racing Corporation women's championship in 2008 but was sidelined on May 29, 2009, five days before she was scheduled to return to defend her crown, when she tore the meniscus in her left knee.

The injury and the subsequent cell therapy rehabilitation she underwent under the direction of Dr. Alimorad Farshchian at Miami's Center for Regenerative Medicine, kept her off her motorcycle for 10 months.

"My doctor . . . if it wasn't for him, there would be no way I would even be back on a bike," Ross said. "He was a blessing."

As she was healing, a 6 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. job in a Melbourne call center devoured much of her time, leaving her precious few hours to train and get back up to speed.
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Frank B. Ficarra

Dear Doctor Farshchian:
Hopefully you and your staff will recall my visit to your clinic in September of 2008. It has been over a year since I came in for treatments to my knees. I was told that my only option was to have my knees replaced. This of course was unacceptable. After I learned of you and your procedure it was a no brainier. I can only praise you and your staff for the treatment and care I received. I have my days that are not as good as others but in a scale of 1 through 10 I am always around 8 to 9. My knees have very little pain and I can walk and navigate stairs normally without having to stop at each step. I have recommended your clinic to many individuals as an option to replacement surgery and I will continue to do so. I thank you again for allowing me to retain the quality of life without the pain.
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George S

June 1, 2006
Dear Dr. Alimorad Farshchian,I’m sorry it took me so long to thank you for restoring function to my knee without the need for intrusive surgery. Since I last communicated with you, my wife and I have sold our house in New Smyrna Beach, shipped our household goods to the Philippines,moved to Timog Park which is adjacent to the former Clark Air Force Base (now an international airport and Asian hub for FedEx &UPS, bought a house, completely renovated it, and fulfilled all the immigration requirements for permanent residence. Needless to say, it literally took us almost one year to get it all done. We are now settled in and enjoying our retirement.

I followed your instructions faithfully about taking it easy, using the cane and Knee support. I have been sticking to a strict regimen of daily doses of supplements,and I also started daily exercises for strengthening the knee. I am very happy to report now that I no longer find it necessary to use the cane except on long walks; I am riding my bicycle and walking normally without pain. And, my wife and I even do a little dancing at the club on Friday evenings.

Once again, I am so glad that I decided to decline the knee replacement operation and join your LAJRAN regeneration program. At age 71, I am so happy and content with my pain-free mobility and I can live a normal life-except, no more rugby-just a spectator now.
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Ron

I thought I had sent these pictures shortly after I got back from my trip, but as I have been cleaning up my Outlook email, I see that it never was sent. So here are some pictures to show that I made it to the top of Kilimanjaro, just a few months after getting treatments in your Miami office. It's easy to pick me out of the picture, everyone in our group of six is in their thirties but me (about one week from turning 54). If you all want to see more pictures of our climb, I have an album on Facebook for this climb, send me a friend request and you can see all the photos.
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