The Nightingale Centers for Regenerative Medicine has announced the opening of its new clinic in Westlake. Regenerative medicine provides safe, effective and minimally invasive treatments that promote the ability of the body to heal itself. The center will provide several highly effective medical treatments that are new to Ohio.
The new headquarters of its clinics will be located at the Gemini Towers, 1991 Crocker Road, 5th Floor, in Westlake, just across from Crocker Park. The clinic will open its doors in early August 2017.
Nightingale treats patients with many types of painful conditions, including arthritis, joint injuries, fibromyalgia, neuropathies, among others.
They provide advanced stem cell therapies, neurostimulation, and will soon be offering an FDA-approved infusion service for diabetes care which is new to Ohio.
The medical group was founded by Dr. Matthew Evenhouse and Dr. Christopher Manacci. Dr. Evenhouse, a long-time resident of Bay Village, started his career in emergency medicine, and has integrated several restorative treatments into his practice for over a decade. Dr. Manacci started his career in emergency and critical care over 30 years ago, and has been providing regenerative medicine services in northeast Ohio for several years.
“We move way beyond just managing disease. We are continually looking at new, innovative treatments that are proven to help patients improve their condition”, said Nightingale’s Medical Director, Dr. Matthew Evenhouse.
Nightingale’s patients will find several new, non-drug options to help them return to an active lifestyle. Those interested in scheduling a consultation may do so by visiting the clinic website at www.ngi-clinics.com or by calling (844) 7-NGI-MED.