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Finally, New Non-Surgical Options For Osteoarthritis, Spinal Stenosis, & Peripheral Neuropathy To Get You Back To A Pain Free & Active Lifestyle!

Laser Stem Regenerative Medicine


Educational Seminar

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Do you want relief from chronic pain without prescriptions, pain-killers or invasive surgery?

Laser Stem Regenerative Medicine offers you cutting-edge treatment that can allow you to once again live your life to the fullest. Imagine being able to enjoy a round of golf, play with your grand kids, or take that long-overdue trip, in less time than expected! With Laser Stem Cell Institute's Laser Stem Regenerative Medicine you can live the life you want to live again!

Recent Certifications

Dr. Yoo is Among The Worlds Leading Regenerative Medicine Physicians

Watch Dr. Yoo's Interview from

American Academy of Stem Cell Physicians


Dr. Yoo gets AASCP certified by Dr. Farschian
(Michael Jackson's former Physician who tried to detox and save him from drug addictions but another doctor caused his death )

Want to learn more how you can live pain free?

We would like to take this chance to inform you that Laser Stem Cell Institute is conducting a lecture on Laser Stem Regenerative Medicine & Regenerative Cellular Therapy for Joint Pain, Ligament Damage, Spine & Disc Pain, Peripheral Neuropathy Pain & Numbness in the Legs and Feet, Brain Degeneration, and more at our Orange County or Palm Desert Offices.

Free Sneak Preview of "The Healing Miracle - Truth About Stem Cells"

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Advice for People Considering Stem Cell Therapies

Stem cell products have the potential to treat many medical conditions and diseases. But for almost all of these products, it is not yet known whether the product has any benefit—or if the product is safe to use.

If you're considering treatment in the United States:

  • Ask if the FDA has reviewed the treatment. Ask your health care provider to confirm this information. You also can ask the clinical investigator to give you the FDA-issued Investigational New Drug Application number and the chance to review the FDA communication acknowledging the IND. Ask for this information before getting treatment—even if the stem cells are your own.
  • Request the facts and ask questions if you don’t understand. To participate in a clinical trial that requires an IND application, you must sign a consent form that explains the experimental procedure. The consent form also identifies the Institutional Review Board (IRB) that assures the protection of the rights and welfare of human subjects. Make sure you understand the entire process and known risks before you sign. You also can ask the study sponsor for the clinical investigator’s brochure, which includes a short description of the product and information about its safety and effectiveness.

If you're considering treatment in another country:

  • Learn about regulations that cover products in that country.
  • Know that the FDA does not have oversight of treatments done in other countries. The FDA typically has little information about foreign establishments or their stem cell products.
  • Be cautious. If you’re considering a stem cell-based product in a country that may not require regulatory review of clinical studies, it may be hard to know if the experimental treatment is reasonably safe.

"This health care practitioner performs one or more stem cell therapies that have not yet been approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration. You are encouraged to consult with your primary care physician prior to undergoing a stem cell therapy."

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