More on Nervana Stem Cell Clinic in Sacramento

I blogged recently about how Sacramento has a new stem cell clinic using amniotic stem cells called Nervana Stem Cell Center. Its website currently offers no details on the people behind the company that I could find.

Nervana Stem Cell Center

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I sent Nervana a message on their website to try to learn more based in part on a commenter on this blog having suggested that a Dr. Tushar Goradia may be the main physician at the clinic:

Hi,
I noticed your ad in the Sac Bee and was checking out your website. Who is the physician at Nervana? Is it Dr. Tushar Goradia? Does Dr. Goradia have experience and training with stem cells? Are other doctors part of this team and do they have stem cell experience and training?
Thanks,
Paul

No reply.

I have called Nervana several times and only got a recording over a period of weeks, but then last week I got an actual person on the phone. This representative couldn’t say who the main doctor was, but said in a few months that would become known.

The rep did mention there is a second doctor there named Clarence Lee and a nurse practitioner named Robin Jackson. I read Dr. Goradia’s profile on LinkedIn and it does list Nervana with him as the owner. I also was able to find Jackson’s LinkedIn profile, where her employment at Nervana is listed. Her role there is described this way:

FNP-C
Nervana Stem Centers
– Present (3 months)Fair Oaks, California
Injection of Stem Cells into joints and IV therapy

No luck on finding out about Dr. Lee yet.

I hope the community can learn more about Nervana, get information on who the doctors are and their backgrounds in stem cells, and what they are doing in the way of stem cell interventions. From what I understand this clinic is already administering amniotic stem cells to patients for a variety of conditions including pain and arthritis here in Sacramento so there’s somewhat of a pressing need for information.

11 thoughts on “More on Nervana Stem Cell Clinic in Sacramento


  1. Good effort Paul,
    But are there any living stem cells in that “amniotic stem cell” injection?

    If they continue to be evasive, that pretty much says everything that anyone needs to know.


  2. A legitimate clinic goes out of its’ way to present their bona fides, potential customers even if they’ve heard of it won’t be able to find it. Companies wanting to survive economically require marketing to attract business, this company is going out of it’s way to be invisible, even with these free media references, so it won’t be around long.


    • @Cathy, they have advertised in the local newspaper with full page ads and I believe someone mentioned they may have done radio and TV ads so they aren’t trying to be invisible. Rather it seems like they have limited their release of the information so far available on the people running the company.


  3. Some information about stem cell clinics that are practicing in Sacramento County,
    is that they are operating as part of a clinical trail. Press the doctors about the clinical trial they are operating under listed by CLINICALTRIALS.GOV. I have a problem with the how the stem cells are injected into your body using a “shotgun approach” with the theory that the Stem T Cells will grow into “good” replacements
    for damaged cells. Also charging a high fee for the treatment, instead of the clinic
    paying for the trial, a big red flag to consider.


  4. IT IS NOT DOING ME ANY GOOD WHAT SO EVER. I AM INTO MY 4 TH MONTH. I AM GETTING WORSE. I HAVE MY LIFE’S SAVINGS IN THIS


  5. Nervana is running the same full page ads in Santa Rosa Press Democrat. I may attend the seminar on 8/24. Obviously, I’ll have a lot of questions. I’m curious, George Jorgensen, what have they charged you so far? Is treatment covered at all by insurance and/or Medicare? Did you sign a contract for services? Any guarantees?
    Thank you!


    • They have charged me 2,500 so far at 333.00 a mo. No imsurance, I had signed a contract. so far into my 5th mo, and has not done any good at all. let me know what you do as i am very concered


  6. Remember stem cells are not a drug, they may take time to work.

    I’m sorry I missed what condition you are trying to treat so can’t comment further.

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