200 Glades Rd., Boca Raton, FL 33432

Not all regenerative medicine is created equal.

Who Are We?

The Institute of Regenerative Medicine is a center of medical excellence for advanced cellular repair, anti-aging, and other cell-based therapy used in the treatment of degenerative diseases, as well as common orthopedic injuries and joint conditions.

All of our minimally invasive outpatient treatments have the goal of regenerating cells, alleviating pain, addressing the effects of aging, and ultimately reducing or eliminating our patients’ suffering. We provide the latest cutting-edge and low-risk alternatives to invasive surgeries, allowing our patients to avoid those associated risks and long recovery times.

How can The Institute help you?


Shown promise in dealing with autoimmune diseases such as Rheumatoid arthritis, Ankylosing Spondylitis, and more.

EBO2 -Advanced Ozone Therapy

Medical ozone therapy that allows for the reduction of chronic inflammation and positive impacts on quality of life.

Hair Loss

We have a uniquely effective hair loss protocol.

Regenerative Orthopedics

Cutting-edge, minimally invasive and proprietary regenerative cell-based treatments that have been shown to help patients.

Anti-Aging Therapy

NAD+ works on a cellular level to help improve brain health,clear mental fog, and increase memory and concentration.

IV Therapy

Medical IV therapy that allows for the reduction of chronic inflammation and positive impacts on quality of life.

Meet Dr. Joseph Purita

The Medical Director
The Medical Director

Meet Dr. Joseph Purita

Dr. Purita is the pioneer of Orthopedic Regenerative Cell and Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) treatments. Educated at the prestigious Georgetown University, University of Florida Medical Center and the University of Miami-Jackson Memorial Hospital, Dr. Purita is board certified in Orthopedic Surgery, Pain Management and Regenerative Medicine.

Help your body heal itself by unlocking the power of autologous cells.


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