Texas Interventional Orthopedics
Regenexx procedures are the next generation of orthopedic recovery, providing an alternative to surgery with outcomes that are backed by an extensive patient database.
Areas treatedCervical Spine, Elbow, Foot & Ankle, Hand & Wrist, Hip, Knee, Lumbar Spine, Shoulder, Thoracic Spine
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7110 Highway 6
Missouri City, TX 77459
Dr. Quraishi originates from Westchester, New York. He completed an accelerated BS-MD program after high school and obtained his medical degree from Stony Brook School of Medicine in 1987. He graduated from an Internal Medicine Residency Program at New York Medical College- W.C.M.C. and then completed a four year Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program at a Columbia University- Harlem Hospital and Fellowship in Interventional Radiology at New York University School of Medicine-Bellevue where he was also a Clinical Assistant Professor. He is a diplomat of the American Board of Radiology. Dr. Quraishi moved to Texas in 1996 where he practiced Neuro, Musculoskeletal and Vascular Image Guided Interventional Radiology. He has practiced Interventional Pain Management in South Texas since 2001. Dr. Quraishi also has extensive experience in physical medicine and chronic pain. He combines his expertise in CT, Musculoskeletal Ultrasound, MRI, and Flouroscopy with the clinical examination so as to provide precision image guided interventions incorporating Regenexx: Stem Cell Therapy. His interest includes: racquetball, kick-boxing, competitive dance and plays Polo as well as Polocrosse.
Consider Regenerative Treatment at Texas Interventional Orthopedics and Avoid the Painful Recovery and Downtime Following Surgery
Regenexx® regenerative orthopedic treatments are helping individuals avoid surgery and get back to their daily active lifestyles. These non-surgical treatments are designed to assist the body's natural healing mechanisms by activating and increasing the local cells that are responsible for repairing damaged tissue.