Dr. Amit Mirchandani is double-boarded in both Anesthesiology and Interventional Pain Management and has extensive training in non-narcotic based, image guided intervention. After playing varsity point guard for Newman High School in New Orleans, LA, He went on to complete his premedical degree at Rhodes College and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2001, the university’s highest honor. He pursued his medical degree at The University of Tennessee, where he was also awarded the prestigious Bland W. Cannon Scholarship. Dr. Mirchandani completed his residency at Yale University and finally completed an extensive fellowship in Interventional Pain Management at Rush University in Chicago before moving to Dallas in 2011.
Dr. Mirchandani is passionate about providing a unique and individualized healing experience to each patient treated at Texas Cell Institute. He utilizes cutting-edge technology to perform interventions from natural, cell based, and biological methodologies to help heal injury and improve quality of life for his patients. His new and innovative approach in regenerative medicine offers a broad and exciting spectrum of therapy for musculoskeletal injuries.