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26/May/2018
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BONITA SPRINGS Florida, May 16, 2018 /MedicalMasters.org/ —  Patients who need Stem Cell Therapy treatments targeting joint pain, osteoarthritis and more, can now leverage a new range of flexible financing options offering them all access to the promise of hope in Regenerative Medicine.

The updated programs offer near-instant approval and full access to the experts in regenerative medicine at MedicalMasters.org.  This includes the full range of medical programs provided by Dr. Coleman and his dedicated staff, including Advanced Cellular Therapies, Hormone balancing, Varicose Vein Treatment and Intravenous nutritional support.

“We are offering two comprehensive plans to begin with for our patients, from industry leaders ClearGage and MD Funding.  Soon, we expect to roll out additional affordable partners in the coming months to give our patients, friends, and families unparalleled access to preventive and regenerative medicine from coast to coast in Florida,  and world wide, with our concierge travel medicine program” said Dr. Steven Coleman D.O., founder of MedicalMasters.org.

The financing plans are available to patients in all 50 states, confirming our commitment  at MedicalMasters.org, to advancing the health and wellness of everyone who needs our help.  The plans allow a patient to pay for medical procedures over a time frame that suits their own needs. This can be  monthly payments, or larger payments that meet their goals. Approvals take less than a minute, and only require a valid driver’s license and  social security number. The plans cost far less than half of most credit card fees and all who need them are approved.

Additionally, the plans do not require that patients use current available credit  – these can be saved for home mortgage use, or other important goals such as their children’s education.   

“As our patients’ needs change, they can add additional care to their existing plans, or simply pay them off completely, with no penalty —  making this an extremely attractive option for patients of all ages, and all income levels” said Dr. Coleman.

In addition, the initial Comprehensive Medical Assessment  (100 Point Health Score evaluation) is already covered by every health insurance plan, offering patients a powerful platform through which they can pursue optimal well-being as they sail past the age of 40.  Patients are invited to inquire about these financing options by reaching out to us via our contact page. 


26/May/2018
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Thursday, August 3, 2017:  Dr. Steve Coleman, D.O., Medical Director of MedicalMasters.org has announced the immediate introduction of ground-breaking Cytokine Medicine into his suite of Regenerative Cellular Therapies, including Stem Cell Treatment, that promises to simultaneously reduce swelling in knee joints and stimulate cartilage repair for those suffering from osteoarthritis and sports injuries.

Recent medical studies suggest Cytokines, a group of messenger proteins in the body, affect nearly every biological process in the human body including the potential for inflammation in the joint space area around the knee.     

By pairing select Cytokines with Stem Cell Therapy and PRP, MedicalMasters.org aims to shorten the healing process for knees suffering from Degenerative Joint Disease (DJD) and sports injuries that are not yet bone-on-bone.  Read full article of benefits of Cytokine Medicine on MedicalMasters.org

Future Cytokine Protocols will be available in a variety of delivery methods including oral, injectables, and transdermal creams, that will supplement the Stem Cell Therapy process and target chronic inflammation in the body.

While the short term goal is to reduce pain and speed up joint repair, the long term goal is to minimize knee replacement surgeries in the United States that are approaching 1 million per year.  The risks inherent in invasive surgery were highlighted on MedicalMasters.org recently.

“Cytokine proteins are being heralded as a breakthrough biological process in reducing joint inflammation and helping cartilage repair itself.    The introduction to our clinic will offer monumental benefits to both aging patients and athletes who suffer injuries on the playing field or tennis courts,” said Dr. Steve Coleman.


26/May/2018
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BONITA SPRINGS, FL (MEDICALMASTERS.ORG) AUGUST 08: Dr. Steve Coleman, D.O., medical director of MedicalMasters.org recently returned from a ground-breaking mission to Honduras with fellow U.S. physicians to treat disadvantaged communities suffering from age-related conditions, (including knee joint pain), using cellular therapies such as ProloTherapy. The trip offered far-reaching benefits for local Bonita Springs residents back home in the U.S. as MedicalMasters.org continues pioneering new stem cell treatments for aging Americans using the very same injection technology.


This was the 47th annual two-week trip to Honduras organized by the Hackett Hemwall Patterson Foundation, in association with the University of Wisconsin, consisting of a large international group of dedicated physicians, nurses and assistants.

The one common denominator shared by the entire medical team was a deep desire to help people that are less fortunate and in need of care, particularly a concern for older patients suffering from -osteoarthritis and other age-related joint pain conditions.

“The work we have done in Honduras was humbling, to say the least. People came to us by bus, car or bicycle, from as far as 6 hours away, just to see our team for a single prolotherapy treatment,” said Dr. Coleman

“For many of these patients, this would be their only chance to see a doctor for at least another year.”
Dr. Coleman and the others physician volunteers literally saw hundreds of patients each day, most of which were treated using a powerful cellular technology called prolotherapy, which involves injecting sterile sugar water into affected joints, including the knee, hip and shoulder.

“The experience was humbling on both a professional and personal level. Walking through the streets, people stop, look at us and thank us spontaneously,” said Dr. Coleman.

Honduras Map: Medical Prolotherapy Mission With Dr. Steve Coleman

The experience also allowed him to perfect complex injection techniques that also apply to stem cell procedures he has introduced to his Bonita Springs Clinic, MedicalMasters.org. Not many physicians get the opportunity to obtain such a high level of field training that involve treating dozens of patients each day.
The most patients that the team of 7 Doctors treated in one day
was 204. The steep learning curve helps patients back home in the U.S. who get the benefit of Doctors who have been able to do this procedure hundred or thousands of times, before performing it on you or a loved one.

“The patients in Honduras benefit since they may not ever get to see a doctor outside of this mission, and the people back in the USA get the benefit of such stringent and painstaking training. I now apply these advanced injection techniques to my Stem Cell patients here in Bonita Springs. It is a true win-win for everyone”

Typically, local residents would begin lining up at 6 a.m. each day with first consults beginning at 8 a.m. Patients are registered, triaged and then examined by our physicians to determine if prolotherapy is going to be helpful for their condition.

Prolotherapy is performed by experienced physicians, often with a novice prolotherapist observing and assisting. Patients will continue to be seen until about 6:00 pm – but often much longer depending on the need. “We would never turn away a patient who has taken a six hour trip to see us, and who sometimes has waited all day just to see a doctor. Imagine getting in line at 6AM and not being able to be treated until 6PM. That is the level of need that we saw every day.”

After the last patient is treated, the clinic is cleaned up and made ready for the next day. The entire group meets for dinner together in the evening and then after dinner, the physicians have a lecture on prolotherapy.

The assistants often have “set up” work to do to prepare for the next day.    After a long day of hard work, our group then heads to their lodging for a well-deserved rest…. to get ready for the next day of more hard work!

“Even though my Spanish is still evolving, I can almost be brought to tears by the warm thanks people give us. It’s extremely humbling to be able to make such a difference in a person’s life who you really don’t yet know,” said Dr. Coleman.

There is an incredible amount of pre-planning that goes into making it all happen. Mary Doherty, who is the executive director of the foundation, does much of the work herself, and with the help of several very dedicated staffers.”

“The benefit to my medical practice has been to be trained by true masters and thought leaders like Dr. David Rabago MD and many other very talented physicians. You just can’t get training like that here in the USA,” Dr. Coleman said.

The inspirational trip to Honduras has already redefined some of the workflows and strategies used within MedicalMasters.org to treat U.S. patients. In particular, Dr. Coleman has introduced a customized hybrid package of cellular technologies to treat joint pain including prolotherapy, PRP and stem cell therapy. He has also used the organizational and operational skills learned in Honduras to speed up treatment times and train staff to more efficiently handle patient concerns and treatment plans.

In an effort to give back to the local Bonita Springs community, MedicalMasters.org is offering a $1000 promotional stem cell therapy discount to residents between August 23-30, 2017. This limited Summer promotion is also an important vehicle to educate local residents on the benefits of same-day stem cell treatments which offer great promise for treating joint pain.

Please contact Dr. Coleman or the University of Wisconsin if you would like to volunteer or even to just support the future medical missions to Honduras which take place in March each year.