A specialist in orthopedic regenerative medicine, Dr. Alimorad Farshchian opened the Center for Regenerative Medicine in 2000. The center offers non-surgical and rehabilitative treatments for individuals suffering from joint pain and discomfort relating to arthritis and injuries affecting the cartilage in the knees, shoulders, and back. Dr. Farshchian and his experienced medical team offer procedures such as the knee injection or the sacroiliac injection, in order to alleviate pain and improve the quality of life for patients. Additionally, Dr. Farshchian provides physical therapy called the Collateral Arterial Flow Exchange, which strives to direct and concentrate blood flow to the damaged body region. Dr. Farshchian also encourages patients to practice Chi Ga, a form of Tai Chi designed for those with arthritis.
Dr. Alimorad Farshchian is consistently seeking ways to better assist his patients and most recently announced that the center would begin treating chronic exertional compartment syndrome, a condition that leads to pain and swelling in leg and arm muscles. Dr. Farshchian also recently introduced the Genorthix system, which helps patients maintain tissue pliability and greater joint health, to the general public. Until December 2012, the system, which combines the use of ultrasound energy with the Genorthix penetrating pain reliever cream, was only available to patients of Dr. Farshchian at the Center for Regenerative Medicine.
In addition to his work at the center, Dr. Alimorad Farshchian is a television talk show host on The Arthritis Show and also produces a live video stream over the Internet three days a week. A writer as well, Dr. Farshchian won the Republican Senatorial Medal of Freedom for his web column and has also authored several medical textbooks.
Dr. Farshchian completed a medical internship at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center and additional studies at the University of Pennsylvania before becoming board certified in medicine in the late 1990s.