We have partnered with a new University, Charles Sturt University to expand our current patient funded case series to include more joints, not just knees.
Genes may play a crucial role in the development, progress and painful nature of osteoarthritis. Visit now for more info.
The team at Melbourne Stem Cell Centre would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a happy and safe 2017!
Matt is a Sports and Exercise medicine senior registrar who has worked with the Australian Swimming team for the past four years. Read her full story.
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 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.
Dr Julien Freitag recently returned from Iceland where he was a guest expert panelist discussing the latest advances in cartilage injury management.
Our very own Dr. Julien Freitag is at it again talking stem cells and doing talk back with host Steven Martin on ABC radio station 774.
MSCC doctor Julien Freitag Talks to Triple M Adelaide's rush hour in relation to Stem Cells, and their role in the future.
ABC's Lateline see's our very Julien Freitage interview in a stem cell special.
Australian Medical Association warns on stem-cell cowboys. Visit now to read more.
Melbourne Stem Cell Centre prides itself at being at the forefront of regenerative medicine development we also firmly believe in our approach to osteoarthritis management.
At Melbourne Stem Cell Centre we are committed to developing only proven therapies. Call today on 03 9270 8000.
Melbourne Stem Cell Centre recognizes that in the area of stem cells, practicing good medicine means that you need to be practicing the best science.
Australia is well regarded internationally in the area of scientific research. Melbourne Stem Cell Centre strives to be a world leader in the delivery of the best healthcare.
The Sunday Age reports that a stem cell trial being run Melbourne Stem Cell Centre could result in expensive and complex join replacement surgery to be deferred for 10 to 15 years.