As a national pioneer of innovative medicine, Gulf Coast Stem Cell & Regenerative Medicine Center’s motto “Excellence with a Human Touch,” is at the forefront of what we do.
Located in the city of Ocean Springs on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, we offer investigational Stem Cell Rich SVF (Stromal Vascular Fraction) Therapy, which May promote healing and tissue generation in those suffering from autoimmune, degenerative, inflammatory, and ischemic conditions. Our team is highly skilled and committed to the goal of alleviating your symptoms, enhancing your functionality, and improving your quality of life and well-being.
Stromal Vascular Fraction deployment (SVF)
We employ a method called Stromal Vascular Fraction deployment (SVF). SVF deployment relies on the individual patient’s own concentrated “tissue juice,” teaming with tens of millions of stem cells and hundreds of different growth factors and cytokines, which all may help with inflammation and immuno-modulation and boost tissue repair, regeneration, and healing. The SVF that we collect from the patient’s own adipose (fat) tissue is returned to the individual by the deployment process, as per the principle of bioavailability. This means that making the elements of signaling and repair plentiful steers the repair process towards healing and regeneration. SVF is a natural, innovative product, which is now used extensively in therapeutic investigational research all over the world, to help heal and regenerate different types of tissue throughout the body.
Note: Stromal vascular fraction derived stem cells are not a recognized therapy for any known disease or disorder.
OUR NETWORK FOR INNOVATION
Affiliate of the Cell Surgical Network, CA
Gulf Coast Stem Cell & Regenerative Medicine Center is an affiliate of the Cell Surgical Network of CA. Our center meets all CSN guidelines for helping manage advanced medical conditions of patients using healing elements from their own tissues for research and therapy. We provide same-day harvesting and deployment of SVF (Stromal Vascular Fraction, rich in Stem Cells) in a state-of-the-art environment, which eliminates cross-contamination and infection, and facilitates a faster recovery.
If you suffer from new or chronic pain due to an accident, disease, spinal deformity or just from day to day life, Mississippi Orthopaedic Institute is for you.
At Mississippi Orthopaedic Institute, we utilize the latest technological advancements and medical breakthroughs by spearheading and participating in the advancement of regenerative medicine. Our organization, consisting of expert medical professionals and compassionate staff, is dedicated to advancing new orthopedic and regenerative medicine technologies because experience matters!
Mississippi Orthopaedic Institute continues to lead the way in science and education, and especially positive patient outcomes. Our approach to treating our patients is conservative therapy and interventions when
warranted. We believe in empathetic care while approaching each patient based upon his or her unique situation, ensuring an elegant approach to their healthcare.
Eric Pearson, M.D. is a partner and one of the founders at Total Pain Care in Meridian, Mississippi. He received his medical training at the Medical University of South Carolina; and then his residency in anesthesiology and pain management training at University of Birmingham, Alabama (UAB) where he was chief resident and received the Dripps Award for outstanding resident. He then founded The Pain Treatment Center in Meridian, Mississippi before co-founding Total Pain Care. Dr. Pearson has served on the board and is the past president of both the Mississippi Pain Society and the Southern Pain Society. Besides a busy private practice, he is on the consulting staff of the local hospitals and is on the Cancer Care Committee at Anderson Hospital. Dr. Pearson is board certified in anesthesiology with a subspecialty in Pain Medicine. He resides in Meridian with his wife Rebecca. He is an avid long-distance runner, having completed the Boston Marathon and the New York marathons multiple times. His interest in regenerative medicine began with knee pain that threatened, before treatment, to bring to an end his running.