British Medical Journal Case Report Features Melbourne Stem Cell Centre Patient

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The British Medical Journal has published a case report on a Melbourne karate champion who damaged the cartilage in her knee and found she was unable to stand up or sit down "like a normal person". The full British Medical Journal report on her progress can be read here. 

Lower Back Pain: The Big 5: Part 1

Lower Back Pain: The Big 5: Part 1

The first of the “Big Five” is facet joint pain. The facet joints sit at the back part of the spinal column and are the source of back pain in at least 30 per cent of people. 

Stem Cell Treatments Need To Be Based On Good Science

Dr Freitag said that doctors who practice outside these requirements should be held accountable by their specialist medical college and the Medical Board of Australia.

MSCC Findings Published in International Science Journal

MSCC Findings Published in International Science Journal

We are pleased to announce that a prestigious international science journal has published our most recent scientific review regarding our stem-cell therapy.

Stem Cell Trial Aims To Treat Back Pain

MSCC is seeking people suffering with chronic back pain to take part in a trial to discover whether stem cell treatment can relieve back pain or, perhaps, cure their affliction.