The Coeur d'Alene clinic is our original clinic that helped start our entire national network. This original clinic has quite possibly treated more Stem Cell Patients than any other clinic in the country. As a result, their experience shows in the results they have achieved for their thousands of patients.
Max was born overseas into a military family. While in the United States Coast Guard, he became interested in the medical field. From there, he completed his undergraduate studies at Barry University in Miami, Florida; and finished his graduate studies at the University of North Florida, in 2007. During his tenure at the University of North Florida, he worked at Mayo Clinic Oncology in Jacksonville, Florida. While there, he specialized in oncological blood dyscrasias and bone marrow diseases.
He has now spent more than 30 years in the healthcare field. For ten of those years, he worked in primary and urgent care. Most recently, he was running a small countryside clinic in Noxon, Montana. Throughout his career, he has focused on cutting edge medical technology, as well as natural and holistic care. His interest in helping others become well with stem cell therapy; is what brought him to our company.
He is also an avid outdoorsman; who likes to hunt and fish with his two daughters, Sara and Sophia.
Max is credentialed through ANCC and a member of ANA
Dawn Philp was born and raised in Green Bay, Wi., and of course is an avid Packer fan! Dawn served in the Navy for 6 years as a computer programmer where she met her husband who was also in the Navy as a pilot. They have 3 wonderful children. After the Navy she pursued her nursing career working in the ER, OR, Family Practice, Urgent Care and finally after receiving her FNP begin in Medical Aesthetics – where she stumbled upon the life changing world of Stem Cells. For the last 10 years, Dawn has been researching and perfecting the art to offer cutting edge Stem Cell treatments to her patients.
Gina is the Patient Care Advocate for Stem Cell Centers of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. She graduated from Sandpoint High School in 1996. She then continued her education with North Idaho College, where she earned her CAN and MAC. Her experience is in geriatrics, hospice, developmentally disabled, and TBI. During her 12 years as a Nursing Department Manager and Business Office Manager, she gained extensive experience. She has carried this experience with her, and applied it to her work at Stem Cell Centers.
Gina has four children: Justin, Kyle, Chris, & Brienna. She spends as much time as she can outdoors; hiking, fishing, and camping with her life partner, Brian.
In the short time Gina has been with Stem Cell Centers, she has seen amazing results. She feels blessed and excited to be a part of this innovative treatment.
Brenda Barron grew up in the Coeur d’Alene area; she has three sons, one daughter, and six grandchildren. She loves to spend time with my family, as well as enjoy boating, fishing, camping, and traveling.
“The things that excite me about working in Regenerative Medicine, specifically stem cell therapy, and SCC patient, is the patient’s testimonies on how much better they feel, and the quality of life they are able to enjoy. I love my job, and the people I work with. I am very grateful for the opportunity to be a part of something so wonderful!”
"I came to stem cell centers when a friend of mind took me to those dinners"
"I decided to shoot the puck! And with that I had a series of stem cell therapies!"
"It's been 6 months now and my pain level is down to a 3!"
I am diabetic and my blood sugar has improved and I can sleep through the night. Before, the pain would wake me up and I would have to get up and take more pills and that effects your body. Now I am sleeping through the night, which is a blessing because you know I'm not a doctor but they say when you sleep, you heal. The progress that I've had in the short amount of time I feel good and I expect to feel better. The pain is tremendously better, it's under control and my blood sugar seems to be a lot improved. To me I should be close to 8 right now and I would say I am probably 2? Maybe 3 if I want some sympathy. This I feel is my solution because I'm sleeping and I'm not taking drugs. I'm a different person. I feel better; when you feel better, you have a different attitude.
I am 62 and I had some pain in my left knee. I had a diagnosis that I would need to have partial replacement of the knee and I wasn't excited about that. I would say my pain level was between four and five, and I'm down to pretty much none. It was a painless procedure. I am very happy.
I have always been very active. I like to bike and I like to recreational walk and I like to fly fish. All of things which require knees to do. I said, I need more help then just taking care and being inactive. I am aware of stem cells and what they can do and I have a friend who's involved in that kind of research so I talked with him and he sent me some information and I read through that. I thought theirs no contra indications to stem cells, there's no known reactions to them, they do whatever they can do in a very helpful non-inflammatory manner and there's just no reason to go ahead. What's been interesting is post procedure is there's more mobility, there's more stability in the knee. No swelling, never any swelling after the procedure. It has been nothing but positive. Would I do it again? In a heartbeat. Would I recommend it? Absolutely.
I couldn't walk through the Seattle airport, it's a long walk between terminals and I had to ask for wheelchair assistance and that was pretty traumatic for me. What is wrong with me that I can'e even walk that distance. So just to be able to move is an incredible thing. I had the injection directly in my knee, the injection is not a big deal. I think after a couple of months I could see enough improvement that I thought it would be helpful to do this again simply because I was having hip pain and neck pain also on that right side. So it was just really a good choice for me and I am so glad I did, it has really made a difference. I would definitely recommend it.
I got Stem Cell treatment for COPD and not only is it better but my Amblyopia that I have had since birth went away and my knee gets better.
“What a difference the treatment made in 4 weeks! Things that we used to enjoy, we can do again. Balance is better, can walk better – with more energy, vitality, spunk and enthusiasm. We both have so much more freedom and movement without joints hurting and the intense pain. It’s a new life!"
Pain has always been a part of my life and I always said if I'm not hurting I wouldn't be breathing. So we went to the seminar and I was impressed so we decided to have it done and I'm really impressed. I got out and walked a mile the other day and I haven't been able to do that for several years. I hope I can help someone make a decision because this thing works really well and I would really advise it to anyone who has joint problems.