Fouad I. Ghaly, M.D. is considered one of the most influential physicians working in the field of regenerative medicine therapies. He has participated in numerous regenerative medicine conferences all over the world, often as a guest lecturer or highlighted participant. He has also collaborated with a distinguished, international group of leading physicians, researchers and scientists on various projects. Highlights include presentations on Regenerative Medicine, Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy, EECP Therapy, Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy, and Tissue Specific Stem Cell Research and Application. Dr. Ghaly attended the University of Alexandria Medical School in Egypt, then transferring to Winnipeg, Canada to complete his residencies at Winnipeg General Hospital, St. Boniface Hospital and the Health Science Center at the University of Manitoba in 1969. A fellowship at the John Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, MD continued to provide him with valuable education on Intensive Care Medicine and Cardiac Anesthesia. By 1975, Dr. Ghaly became a diplomat of the American Board of Anesthesiology. Dr. Ghaly received many accolades as an associate clinical professor at various universities and was elected "Best Clinical Educator" by the senior class at the University of Washington, School of Medicine. *** By 1995 Dr. Ghaly focused his attention on an exciting new field, founding the Ghaly Center for Regenerative Medicine as well as becoming certified by the American Board of Anti-Aging Medicine. Dr. Ghaly incorporates innovative scientific research, alternative therapies, state of the art technology, and conventional medicine to create customized treatment plans. Dr. Ghaly is passionate about educating and guiding his patients to "live better longer". He oversees offices in Torrance and Beverly Hills CA, and Aspen, CO.