Our mission: To advance cell technology in order to improve the body's ability to regenerate.

At the Phoenix Stem Cell Treatment Center, we provide care for people suffering from diseases that may be alleviated by access to adult stem cell based regenerative treatment. The Center utilizes a fat transfer surgical technology to isolate and implant the patient’s own stem cells from a small quantity of fat harvested by liposuction on the same day. Patients who seek care at the Phoenix Stem Cell Treatment Center are evaluated by a respective member of our multispecialty expert panel of Board Certified physicians representing many medical fields. The Phoenix Stem Cell Treatment Center emphasizes quality and is highly committed to clinical research and the advancement of regenerative medicine.

PSCTC was founded, in affiliation with the renowned California Stem Cell Treatment Center for the investigational use of stem cells deployments for degenerative conditions. The source of the cells is actually stromal vascular fraction (SVF) which is a protein rich segment of processed adipose tissue. SVF contains a mononuclear cell line (predominantly autologous mesenchymal stem cells), macrophage cells, endothelial cells, red blood cells, and important growth factors that turn on the stem cells and promote their activity. We have high numbers of viable cells and we are trying to learn which diseases respond best and which deployment methods are most effective. We are growing and continue to use our surgical methods to deploy SVF for various degenerative conditions. PSCTC employs a clinical research coordinator to protect our valuable data and our vision is to perfect our treatments and ultimately teach them to other physicians around the world.

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Offering Mesenchymally derived Institutional Review Board stem cell treatment protocols at our conveniently location on Tatum Blvd. just north of the Loop-101 just across from the Desert Ridge Marketplace.

Stem Cells and the FDA

Stem cell treatment is not approved by the FDA for any specific disease. CLICK FOR DETAILS…