Nightingale Stem Cell

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“Blending traditional medicine with state-of-the-art technology to help people get back to the active lives they deserve,” — Christopher Manacci, DNP

Triggering the body to regenerate
Founded by two doctors with a combined 50 years in emergency medicine and critical care—Christopher Manacci, DNP, and Matthew Evenhouse, MD—the Nightingale Stem Cell Clinic offers a combination of treatments to improve patients’ lives by renewing the pain control system and addressing problems related to joint and muscular pain.

Along with rehabilitation specialist Elaine T. Schefft, the team treats patients suffering from:

• arthritis

• joint injuries

• fibromyalgia

• spinal conditions

• neuropathies

Next-generation therapies retrain the body’s response
After a patient is assessed during the free consultation, the doctors choose from stem cell therapy, which is usually just one injection to the affected area; dry needling, in which tiny needles and a low level of electrical current stimulates trigger points in muscles and tissues; or neurostimulation to retrain the body to control pain naturally.

They only use products developed under the Good Manufacturing Process Standards set forth by the FDA.

The Nightingale Stem Cell is located within the Gemini Building at 1991 Crocker Road, Suite 500, in Westlake. Hours are Mondays through Fridays, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Traditional Medicare plans cover neurostimulation therapy. Call 844-764-4633 or visit Nightingale.life.