Dr. Alimorad Farshchian
Medical Director at
The Center for Regenerative Medicine
About Dr. Alimorad Farshchian
A physician, Dr. Alimorad Farshchian works as medical director with the Center for Regenerative Medicine in Miami. The practice applies orthopedic and nonsurgical techniques that help people with injuries and arthritis regain functionality. Further, the center specializes in caring for those with spinal, shoulder, and knee-related issues. In addition to his background with the center, Dr. Alimorad Farshchian hosts The Arthritis Show and acted as a syndicated web columnist. In 2004, Dr. Alimorad Farshchian received the Republican Senatorial Medal of Freedom.
A leading authority in his field, Dr. Alimorad Farshchian coined the phrase "orthopedic regenerative medicine." Over the course of his career as physician, Dr. Farshchian has performed more than 40,000 procedures and achieved a success rate higher than 95 percent. In 2009, he published the Orthopedic Regenerative Series: A Nutritional Guide, and the following year, Dr. Alimorad Farshchian also published the Orthopedic Regenerative Series: The Knee. Further, he created an exercise technique specifically for patients with sports injuries and arthritis by combining t'ai chi, qigong, and yoga practices.
In his private life, Dr. Alimorad Farshchian supports philanthropic and political causes.
A Brief Overview of Qigong
A physician, medical author, and leading authority in the field of orthopedic regenerative medicine, Dr. Alimorad Farshchian serves as medical director of Miami’s Center for Regenerative Medicine. In his current role, Dr. Farshchian helps individuals with arthritis and orthopedic injuries improve their mobility through nonsurgical techniques and various exercises, including tai chi, yoga, and qigong.
Pronounced “chee gong,” qigong is a type of gentle exercise that has been practiced in China for thousands of years. While there are a variety of styles of qigong, all involve postures and exercises that combine rhythmic movement, mental focus, and regulated breathing techniques.
Qigong can help reduce stress, build stamina, relax tendons and joints, and improve circulation. In addition, the results of a 20-year study examining the effects of qigong on individuals with hypertension showed that the exercise can be quite effective at reducing and stabilizing blood pressure. The gentle nature of qigong makes it an appropriate exercise for people of all ages, but older individuals and those with health conditions should consult their doctor before beginning any exercise routine.