PLAINVIEW, N.Y., Feb. 19, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr. Andrew J. Rochman, board-certified surgeon and specialist in phlebology and gallbladder surgery announced the expansion of his Stem Cell treatment practice. Cellular Therapies of NY underwent a major upgrade to include a wide variety of chronic disorders and diseases such as Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson's Disease.
Launched in early 2015, Dr. Rochman's initial focus was to employ the innovative treatment solutions of Stem Cell therapy to musculoskeletal deterioration and injuries. This type of injury attracted a range of callers from athletes with ACL tears, shoulder injuries and tennis elbows to the elderly who commonly complained about arthritis, eroded cartilage and inflammation. Dr. Rochman's plan started by working with ailments that showed proven and positive results. "Speaking as a medical professional, there is no one treatment that works 100% for everyone," says Dr. Rochman. "There's great potential in the Stem Cell's future success in treating many problems; having seen proven results with arthritis and other muscle issues is a sound beginning for me."
By the summer of 2016, CTNY's expanding roster of patients reported success in their treatments reflecting the public appeal of Stem Cell therapy on Long Island and the New York region. "I heard about Dr. Rochman from my Triathlon team, and with my long history of abuse to the body, this sounded like the most sensible modern answer to all my aches and pains," stated John Graziano, professional athlete and host of Modern Pain Relief.
Dr. Kristin Comella, Clinical Director of U.S. Stem Cell (Sunrise, Fla) and a major technical supporter of CTNY has provided training to countless medical professionals to build private Stem Cell practices nationwide. She has witnessed and has also been involved in clinical trials that have shown positive results in treating a wide list of physical and neurological disorders. "For injuries, the process of regenerative medicine allows us to harness your own stem cells from one part of your body and relocate them to the area where you need them more," states Dr. Comella. This theory is the founding principle that cell therapists pursue in the treatment of conditions such as Diabetes, Auto-Immune Diseases, Multiple Sclerosis and a growing list of health issues.
As research and progress continues to advance, more success stories result as far as what disorders Stem Cell treatments are (now) being addressed. According to administrators of CTNY, signs of escalating demand for alternative solutions come from the many prospective inquiries and requests to treat other disorders outside the advertised muscle and joint problems. A surprising 40-55% of all calls and emails were recorded seeking help with issues ranging from neurological, cardiac, pulmonary and chronic diseases. "I've done my homework in this Stem Cell therapy including who's who in the field," states Stephen S. (lower-back pain sufferer). "I chose Dr. Rochman because he's the only one who is a certified and seasoned surgeon; he truly understands the whole cellular regeneration topic. I am confident that procedures like this will be a major addition to pain-relief history!"
By October of 2017, Dr. Rochman announced the upgrade of his stem cell practice to include the treatment of a new array of chronic conditions. The public popularity of stem cell therapy and CTNY has met the growing demand for new treatment options for some of the most debilitating health issues. His advanced training and experience has grown to cover more complex cases such as COPD, Diabetes, Degenerative Disc Disease, Auto-Immune Diseases, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson's Disease, Lupus, Spinal Cord injuries, Crohn's Disease and Inflammatory Bowel Disease.
SOURCE Cellular Therapies of NY