At Regenerative Medicine of Michigan, our goal is to treat the whole patient and not just the disease. We’ve worked hard to become the number one place that you can go to get natural solutions to your pain. We offer one of a kind service and one-on-one treatment that is aimed at maximizing results in the shortest amount of time possible.

Stem Cell Therapy | Michigan

Providing you with the Best Care

Stem Cell Therapy Dr Chris Niedzinski DC BS

Dr. Chris Niedzinski, D.C., B.S.

Dr. Chris Niedzinski D.C., B.S. has been a distinguished leader and educator in the field of wellness, pain management and regenerative medicine. His emphasis on educating others has influenced the ongoing health of many in a very powerful way. Dr. Niedzinski developed a revolutionary stem cell therapy program which has been shown to have an amazing impact on the community and their health. After seeing the power of stem cell therapy firsthand, he knew he needed to help others in the Metro Detroit Area experience this new technology in medical treatment.

Dr. James Joseph, DO

Dr. James Jospeh, DO

Dr. James Joseph, DO is a Board Certified Family Medicine physician who specializes in Regenerative Medicine. He graduated from Michigan State University College of Human Medicine in 1998 and completed a regenerative medicine fellowship.  Dr. Jospeh has over 20 years of clinical practice in Regenerative Medicine and is a member of the Academy of Anti-Aging.  He has completed studies in stem cell harvesting, orthopedic stem cell application & advanced aesthetic medicine.

Monica Sanghvi, RN, MSN, FNP-BC

Monica Sanghvi, RN, MSN, FNP-BC

Monica Sanghvi, RN, MSN, FNP-BC Monica completed her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at the University of Michigan in 1995 and then earned her Masters of Science in Nursing degree at Michigan State University 1999. She holds a board certification with the American Nurses Credentialing Center as a Family Nurse Practitioner. Monica began her nursing career working as an ICU nurse in Trauma/Burn ICU at U of M Hospital, Surgical ICU at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital and Trauma Surgery ICU at Henry Ford Hospital. After becoming a Nurse Practitioner, she continued practicing in different healthcare settings such as minor urgent care clinics, an internal medicine clinic and The Knee Institute. She is happy to be able to use all of her skills at Regenerative Medicine of North Michigan and feels like she is a part of helping people gain control over their healthcare and decrease pain without using medications and surgeries to heal.

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