The innovative new center will provide training in regenerative medicine for doctors located in Belgium and France.
MIAMI LAKES, Florida—The International Society for Stem Cell Application (ISSCA), a multi-disciplinary community of scientists and physicians collaborating to treat diseases and lessen human suffering through science, technology, and regenerative medicine, has signed an agreement with Belgium’s Churchill Aesthetic Center. Beginning in July 2019, the center will offer stem cells certification programming for physicians in Belgium and France looking to add regenerative medicine treatment options to their practices.
ISSCA’s Belgian partnership builds on the group’s mission to reach new markets and expand regenerative medicine treatment options to physicians across the globe who want to offer new treatment options to their patients suffering from degenerative diseases and sports injuries. In its most recent clinic openings and partnerships, ISSCA has primarily focused on expanding efforts in the Middle East, US, and Latin America. The group recently set its sights on European expansion, with the partnership in Belgium serving as its second center in Europe, with the other located in Barcelona.
The cutting-edge facility will be equipped by Adimarket, LLC, a subsidiary of the Global Stem Cells Group. Adimarket will outfit the center with equipment and supplies designed to not only teach doctors about the latest protocols in regenerative medicine but also to treat patients suffering from degenerative diseases and sports injuries. Physicians training at the facility will have access to the proven expertise of ISSCA’s global network and training protocols.
“We look forward to ISSCA’s exciting new partnership with Belgium’s Churchill Aesthetic Center and the possibilities it brings in delivering safe and effective regenerative medicine treatment options to more patients across the globe,” said Benito Novas, CEO of the Global Stem Cells Group. “This partnership will help us prepare more physicians to deliver cutting edge treatment options to their patients that help alleviate suffering while also achieving our mission of expanding our global reach.”
Benito Novas, Global Stem Cells Group CEO Announces Opening of New Stem Cell Center in Valencia, Spain
The new center will continue the Global Stem Cells Group’s mission to expand access to stem cell therapies and training to physicians across the globe.
MIAMI LAKES, Florida—A new Stem Cell Center is set to open its doors in Spain. Benito Novas, CEO of the Global Stem Cells Group (GSCG), a multi-disciplinary community of scientists and physicians collaborating to treat diseases and lessen human suffering through science, technology, and regenerative medicine, has announced the opening of the group’s Valencia, Spain center. The new clinic will be the group’s third operation in Spain and the fourth in Europe.
The Global Stem Cells Group’s Valencia center joins the already existing centers in , which include locations in Bruselas, Madrid, and Barcelona. With the opening of the new center, the GSCG will boast 41 such locations across the globe.
Novas noted that the group has been focusing its efforts on opening its cutting-edge Stem Cell Centers in Europe, in part due to the group’s recognition that regenerative medicine is a fast-growing field across the continent.
“We are pleased to be able to open the doors on a new Stem Cells Center in Europe,” noted Novas. “The GSCG is continually exploring opportunities to deliver new stem-cell based treatment options to patients across Europe, and the Valencia center gives us the opportunity to do this while meeting our strategic mission to expand our presence in Europe.”
In opening the new center, the GSCG has signed an agreement with Dra. Laura Maria Caicedo, medical director of the Instituto Valenciano MEDEC (https://medec.es/conoce-medec/#equipoMedico). Dr. Caicedo is a specialist on hair loss with an interest in delivering stem cell based treatments to her patients and others in Valencia.
“I am thrilled to lead the efforts at the Stem Cell Center in Valencia,” said Dra. Caicedo. “I am looking forward to utilizing cutting-edge therapy options based in stem cell science to help treat patients suffering from hair loss. Additionally, the opportunity is an exciting one given the Global Stem Cells Group’s excellent reputation and stature as the longest-standing and most respected stem cells network. I’m looking forward to learning from other physicians in the network across the globe and sharing my expertise with other practitioners in regenerative medicine.”
The GSCG will provide the Valencia center with the newest and most effective marketing tools in the field to help the franchise increase its performance in recruiting new patients.
Marketing support is one of the many benefits of joining the GSCG’s expanding global network of clinics. Being part of the group’s network gives physicians access to other experts within the its global network, add to their practice the newest regenerative medicine protocols, and have access to a proven marketing strategy developed by GSCG.
To learn more about the Global Stem Cells Group, visit http://www.stemcellsgroup.com/.