India has a grooming and vibrant regenerative stem cell treatment community, built on an approach that involves expert doctors & basic researchers working together to support the emerging demands for this specialization.
Stem Cell India Research Centre has strongly supported the treatment through stem cell transplantation till date and has achieved a very high success rate in the form of patient satisfaction and relief.
Established in 2000, Stem Cell India Research Centre is led by Dr. B. S. Rajput, the introducer of use of stem cell in orthopaedic cases in India. His initiative linked the country’s leading experts in stem cell transplant, advanced molecular biology and clinical research. As a dedicated orthopaedic surgeon with 30 years of experience, he has received specialized training at various prestigious national & international centres including Royal Liverpool University Hospital, Liverpool, UK.
Dr. Rajput currently works as visiting Consultant Orthopaedic and Stem Cell Transplant surgeon at Nova specialty surgery - Mumbai & Delhi, Criticare Hospital & Research Center - Mumbai, Ajanta Hospital & IVF Center- Lucknow, Laksha Hospital - Chennai and Moolchand Medicity, New Delhi.
In last 30 years, he has worked as a dedicated orthopaedic and stem cell transplant surgeon in various hospitals including PD Hinduja national hospital and Breach candy hospital in Mumbai.
Dr. Rajput has in-depth experience in treating a range of medical conditions using stem cell therapy. The Stem Cell India Research Centre treatment protocol has also been used successfully to attain a strong positive result in various conditions like
With Stem Cell India Research Centre, the aim has always been to use the fundamental knowledge in stem cell regulation and differentiation, and translate this knowledge into innovative biotechnological and therapeutic applications. Not only this collaboration supports excellent results in stem cell therapy but also leads to greater public awareness in understanding science behind curing the incurable diseases.