Biologists grew a mouse embryo without needing a fertilized egg, an embryo – or even a mouse – just stem cells. The future holds more possibilities for regenerative therapies, so this is why it’s so important to start storing your cells now.
Dr. Carlos De La Hoz is a triple board certified Anesthesiologist, Regenerative Medicine, and Pain Management doctor at the Neomedicine Institute, using alternative treatments to opioids masking pain, and eliminating the need for surgery with endless recovery times. Home to only one of two adult stem cell banks in FL and four in the US, these cells develop and regenerate the cells your body needs, including cartilage, ligaments, tendons, muscles, and more.
Dr. De La Hoz can comment on stem cell banking and what stem cells are used to treat. How are athletes using stem cells? What are some of the best conditions to treat with stem cells? How quickly will the pain likely go away with stem cell therapy? Will stem cell therapy replace surgery?
Dr. De La Hoz says, “With stem cells, you can access your own bank and start storing your cells to be used later for pain relief and to keep you looking and feeling younger than ever. As future health insurance, you can rejuvenate, replace or regenerate damaged tissue in conditions such as Tendonitis, Rotator cuff tears, Muscle tears, Severe sprains, etc. It is essential to start storing your cells as early as possible.”
Other services include hormone replacement therapy, which boosts energy, enhances mood and sex drive. Hair loss therapy leads to hair growth in 8 months. For more information, please visit the following links:
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More about Dr. Carlos De La Hoz
Dr. Carlos De La Hoz is a triple board certified Anesthesiologist, Regenerative Medicine, and Pain Management doctor. He earned his medical degree at Universidad del Norte in Colombia, where he was raised, and completed his graduate training at the University of Miami / Jackson Memorial Hospital.
A notable achievement for Dr. De La Hoz appeared early in his career while serving as the Director of Acute Pain and Regional Anesthesia in Texas, where he played an important role in developing protocols to reduce opiate usage.
His clinical research and extensive training in ultrasound and fluoroscopy-guided interventions and management of complex connective tissue disorders have given him the skills to emerge as a leader in Interventional Pain Management.
Currently, he is an active member of the American Board of Regenerative Medicine (ABRM) and serves as the Medical Director for the Neomedicine Institute in Doral, Florida. The practice specializes in Regenerative Medicine, Interventional Pain Management, Sports Medicine, and Rehabilitation. The focus of the Neomedicine Institute is not only on providing the best physicians but also on offering various types of treatments and preventative care that use a multi-disciplinary approach.
Dr. De La Hoz treats his patients using an integrative approach, which involves Regenerative Medicine, Physical Therapy, and nutrition while educating his patients on their condition, well-being, and ways to manage pain without using opiates and other medications.