We are proud to introduce our state-of-the-art stem cell facility in Plainview, NY called Cellular Therapies of New York (CTNY). Conveniently located in the heart of the Long Island area, our facility provides first-class stem cell therapy to local patients from the entire New York area and beyond. Our highly trained staff are ready to assist you with all your scheduling needs as well as answer any questions you may have about our technology and procedures. We are committed to the innovation of this modern science and the continuous education of our staff. This means that our patients can have complete confidence that they are receiving the highest level of quality treatment available.


A leader in advanced surgical techniques, Dr. Andrew J. Rochman is a native New Yorker and a Board-Certified Surgeon. He is a graduate of Colgate University and received his formal medical training from Nordestana University. He is an active member of the American Medical Association, the Medical Society of the State of New York, Nassau County Medical Society and the American College of Phlebology. Dr. Rochman manages several practices in specialized studies such as advanced vein therapy and gallbladder surgery. He received certification to apply Stem Cell therapy in 2017 specializing in cardiovascular treatment. “Stem Cell Therapy is a unique yet simple form of therapy which has the potential to do some miraculous things- and the possibilities are limitless…” (see video)


1. Orthopedic (OA/Injuries)
3. Degenerative Disc Disease
4. Auto-Immune Diseases
5. Rheumatoid Arthritis
6. Psoriasis
7. Multiple Sclerosis
8. Parkinson’s Disease
9. Diabetes Mellitus

10. Crohn’s Disease
11. Inflammatory Bowel Disease
12. Stroke
13. Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE)
14. Spinal Cord Injuries
15. Congestive Heart Failure

The conditions mentioned in this section are based on U.S. Stem Cell’s scientific reports and may not necessarily be directly addressed by CTNY (Cell Therapies of NY) or Dr. Andrew J. Rochman in our Plainview office. Contact us at 516.280.1333 to discuss your condition see if you qualify for a stem cell procedure.


by: Dr. Andrew J. Rochman

Stem cells are biological cells within the human body that can be converted into a variety of different cell types to help with the healing and regeneration of other organs and body parts. Scientists are conducting extensive research in the field of regenerative medicine to boost immunity and treat diseases with the help of stem cells taken from the patient’s own body. As many of our organs are known to have the power to regenerate themselves (such as liver and skin) the scientific community is committed to the growing field of stem cell regeneration to allow for the treatment and rebuilding of muscle mass, damaged tissues, and even failing organs.

How Are Stem Cells Used?

Stem cells taken from a patient’s body are used for the generation of organs and tissues, which can then be transplanted within the body. Complete organs and minor illnesses have successfully been treated with the help of this innovative research field. The cured conditions include blindness, minor brain damage, burns, broken bones, and others. (Cirm.ca.gov, 2014) Thus, the process is relatively simple. The stem cells are extracted from your body, cultured externally in controlled environments, and then returned to your body to initiate the healing process or replace the damaged organ.

Current Research in Stem Cells

Today, stem cell research is being conducted all over the globe with positive results. However, although simple therapies for minor tissue regeneration have been successful, complex cures will require time and effort of some of the leading researchers in this field in order to show the best outcomes. (Cirm.ca.gov, 2014). After performing stem cell research on animals, humans are now being tested for similar results. A few therapies that have shown amazingly positive outcomes include:

1. Regeneration of Organs

As mentioned above, adult humans have certain organs that can regenerate on their own, but this is not so for every body part. Thus, with the help of stem cells, damaged organs can now be recreated externally for transplant.

The biggest risk with transplants in the past was that, often, the patients’ bodies rejected the organ provided by the donor, making the process futile. However, when organs are generated from your very own cells, this risk will be considerably reduced with high probability of organ acceptability after the transplant process.

2. Rejuvenation of the Body

With age, the body loses its ability to maintain itself. Thus, health issues arise and immune systems weaken. All this occurs due to the increased dormancy of stem cells in the body, which ultimately causes tissues and organ failure.

Although this is all part of a natural process, researchers are performing various experiments to bring back our youth. They believe that by fusing old and aged stem cells with young ones, the body’s fitness can be returned with the help of tissue regeneration therapies.

Stem cell regeneration has shown positive results where simple organ regeneration is concerned, and it is to be hoped that future research will also make it possible to regenerate aged stem cells and complex organs for a longer and healthier human existence.

Cellular Therapies of New York (CTNY) is founded on the main principle belief that the quality of life for our patients can be improved through the implementation of cellular regeneration of stem cell sciences. We are dedicated to providing safe and effective stem cell treatments for our patients at our point-of-care facilities.


700 Old Country Road, Suite 205
Plainview, NY 11803