Dr Hassan Mubark

Areas of Specialisation:

Pure Expanded Stem Cell Therapy (PESC)

Located at:

Ormiston Specialist Centre 125 Ormiston Road Flatbush

Contact Details:

Phone (09) 271 3305

Fax (09) 277 0769

Email: drhassanmubark@gmail.com

Website: www.regenerative.nz

Hassan Mubark

Dr Mubark is an experienced joint disease specialist with more than 30 years in medical practice. Specialising in Rheumatology since 2007, he gained special interest in musculoskeletal and sports medicine particularly in regenerative medicine.  For over 10 years he has worked in this filed, starting with autologous blood injections to plasma (PRP) then to mesenchymal stem cells therapy with growing interest over the past three years.

His main interest is interventional procedures that lead to permanent life changes for patients. His treatment has seen a number of successes, including treating the most challenging cases involving world champions to the most recent of a world first case of curing ruptured torn and detached shoulder tendon with evidence based (MRI) cure of the tendon without surgery.

With extensive hospital trainings in various specialties of general medicine and surgery, orthopedics and various other branches of medicine. Dr Mubark came to New Zealand in 1995 to face the new era of huge challenges to become a dual trained internist combined with subspecialty of rheumatology.

“New Zealand has become my homeland, it is a peaceful country with open-minded and easy-going people and most importantly it is filled with diversity. I have full faith to New Zealand and its lovely people.”

Dr Mubark is working very hard to bring the latest advances with two main aims, to help arthritis and injuries sufferers and to let New Zealand lead the world with good science

We offer

1-Purified expanded adipose (fat)-derived stem cells

2-Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) alone

3- Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) with viscous hyaluronic acid (HA)

Conditions we treat:

We do not offer intravenous therapy or any kind of spinal injections

1-Osteoarthritis of all peripheral joints: hands (using nerve block technique to reduce pain), wrists, elbows, shoulders, hips, knees, ankles, and feet

2- Knee meniscus tear and various knee ligaments injuries

3- Shoulder Labral tear

4- Hip labral tear

5-Tendons and muscle tears-rotator cuff tear, hamstrings, tennis elbow and others

6-All persistent limbs joints and tendons injuries

Contact the Ormiston Specialist Centre to find out more today.