Michelle Parlo, PA-C
US Stem Cell Clinic
US Stem Cell Clinic, Weston
Topic: “Stem Cell Therapy: When Science Meets Mother Nature”
Audience: Working and retired adults
Territory: Florida Gold Coast: Lake Worth to Pinecrest (south of Miami)
Michelle Parlo, Clinic Director at the US Stem Cell Clinic in Weston, had always wanted to be a doctor, but life got in the way.
After getting her undergraduate degree, Michelle spent several years in corporate sales, then went to cooking school and become a chef, working at hotels in Tampa, Atlanta and New York. She then married and stayed home to raise her kids.
While volunteering at a local hospital, Michelle discovered she could fulfill her dreams of working in medicine by becoming a physician assistant. After going back to school and becoming certified, she went to work for the Department of Colorectal Surgery at Cleveland Clinic Florida, where she managed all aspects of patient pre-and post-operative care.
Michelle then joined Kahn, Riskin and Santiago, a Rheumatology clinic in Hollywood, which specialized in Lupus, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Osteoarthritis, Osteoporosis, joint pain and all autoimmune diseases. As a result of a chance meeting with the Chief Scientific Officer of US Stem Cell SA, Michelle learned about the regenerative healing power of using the patient’s own stem cells, without the side effects of drugs or surgery.
When US Stem Cell Clinic opened its facility in 2015 in Weston, Michelle became its Clinic Director, treating patients with their own stem cells for various indications and overseeing the day-to-day and long-term operations.
Michelle completed the Physician Assistant Program at, Miami-Dade College, and holds a B.S. in business administration/marketing from Miami University. She is Board Certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants, is Advanced Cardiac Life Support Certified, is a member of Florida Academy of Physician Assistant and is licensed to practice in Florida.