Dr. Pejman Eli Shirazy is a medical doctor who completed his undergraduate in the field of Bachelor of Science. Dr. Shirazy attended four years of medical school at St. George’s University School of Medicine based in Bay Shore, New York. After medical school, Dr. Shirazy pursued a career in physical medicine and rehabilitation, orthopedic medicine, and interventional pain management. He completed a four-year residency program at UCLA School of Medicine.
While at UCLA School of Medicine, Dr. Shirazy was nominated as the chief resident. Dr. Shirazy has over fifteen years of medical practice experience, where he performed thousands of procedures including joint injections, joint procedures, spinal procedures, including epidural injections, nerve blocks, disc injections, and radiofrequency procedures. In the year 2010, Dr. Shirazy had significant injuries to his right ankle for which he was wheelchair-bound for two months. Given his severe injuries, he was facing an extensive surgery for which the recovery was not promising.
As a result of these injuries and the uncertainty of the surgery, Dr. Shirazy pursued alternative treatment. He pursued stem cell treatment outside the United States. Dr. Shirazy was a patient in Panama, where he received stem cell treatment for his ankle. Two weeks after his treatment, Dr. Shirazy was able to walk and run. At that point, Dr. Shirazy became a believer and developed a strong interest in regenerative medicine and stem cell therapy.