Integrated Medical Center of Corona Announces the Launch of Stem Cell Therapy Service

Pain is a serious issue for a lot of people. Integrated Medical Center of Corona is opening a Stem Cell Therapy service to help people live a life free of pain through innovative regenerative treatment that eliminates surgery

August 14, 2019 —

Corona, CA: Many people live their life dealing with one type of pain or the other. Doctors apply several kinds of pain therapy to help solve the problem, but many of such therapies end up a disappointment for patients.

Integrated Medical Center of Corona is proud to announce the launch of their Stem Cell Therapy service. The event will be taking place at the Corona Chamber of Commerce on August 21, at 12 pm. Interested people can call the main phone number to RSVP, and there are only 25 spots available for the free event that includes lunch.

Stem Cell Therapy is a winner among pain suffers today because of its innovative regenerative medicine procedures that help them avoid risky surgeries.

To start living a life without pain, please visit their website.

People who suffer pain are generally referred to a specialist by their doctors. These specialists usually have a common solution; inject the patient with steroids and eventually, they end up doing a surgeon.

However, there is a better way to get rid of pain through a holistic approach called Regenerative Medicine also known commonly referred to as stem cell therapy. This type of medicine has been changing people's lives for long, permanently ending pains and delivering lasting solutions.

Regenerative Medicine is the process of creating a living and functional tissues to repair or replace tissue that is lost due to age, disease, damage, or congenital defects. These transformative therapies aid in the healing process by potentially speeding up recovery and assuring that the injury heals correctly.

According to Dr. Pirritano, one of the founders of Integrated Medical Center, "Stem Cell Therapy and Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy are just two of the types of therapies that we offer in our practice."

The medical center has a team of experts with years of experience in these kinds of therapies. Through these experts, many people overcome their pain, with testimonies to show for it. Integrated Medical Center of Corona regenerative medicine procedures helps patients experience relief and more flexibility and mobility after just one office visit. No more worries about painful and risky surgeries as they deal with all sorts of pain very fast, with quick recovery.

Live life 100% free of pain and increase productivity, capacity, and opportunities. Feel younger and stronger, and get ready to achieve all more in life.

For more information, please contact (800) 595-2447, integratedmedicalcenter@gmail.com, or visit https://www.integratedmedicalcenterofcorona.com.

Contact Info:
Name: Dr. Anthony Pirritano
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Organization: Integrated Medical Center of Corona
Website: https://www.integratedmedicalcenterofcorona.com/

Release ID: 88908281

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