In the US: Drs. Alice Pien, MD, and Asher Milgrom, MD, PhD
Dr. Alice Milgrom is the Medical Director of the AMA Regenerative Medicine & Skincare, which she founded with Dr. Asher Milgrom. Alice is Board Certified in Pediatrics, Laser Medicine & Surgery, Medical Acupuncture and Holistic & Integrative Medicine. Prior to founding AMA Regenerative Medicine & Skincare in 1999, Dr. Pien served as Director of ER pediatric medicine in Western Medical Center in Santa Ana, CA. Dr. Pien also holds a Pharmacology degree with honors and has cultivated the knowledge of alternative medicine since her youth.
Dr. Asher Milgrom is the CEO and Chief Scientist of AMA Regenerative Medicine & Skincare and is the principal architect of the corporation’s business strategies, as well as the principal scientist behind its unique medical protocols. His innovative scientific approach to Regenerative Medicine are now being used as teaching modalities in European and South American medical schools. Along with his wife, Dr. Pien, Asher developed advanced, integrative and regenerative, “multiple-modality” medical protocols for a wide variety of procedures that utilize high-tech lasers along with a variety of other regenerative modalities that produce extraordinary clinical results while requiring minimal patient downtime. Under his direction, AMA Regenerative Medicine is a pioneering center for the advancement of stem cell R&D in the field of scar remodeling and skin regeneration. Dr. Milgrom is also the developer of the Hemodynamic Swirling device, that simulates the laminar flow of blood to facilitate efficient administration of HDOT treatments.
Dr. José Baeza-Noci, MD, PhD
Dr. Baeza-Noci graduated from the University of Valencia School of Medicine (Spain), where he earned his Degree in Medicine in 1989 with high distinction. In 1992, he received his Doctorate in Medicine in Human Anatomy and Embriology, graduating Cum Laude (highest honors). Dr. Baeza specialized in Orthopedics and Trauma Surgery (1997). He attended his first training course on ozone therapy in Latina – Italy in 2000. Dr. Baeza also holds a Master’s degree in Health Management and Sanitary Systems at the European Institute of Health and Social Care (2007) from the University of Alcalá de Henares (Madrid, Spain). Dr. Baeza was an Advisor to the Spanish Health Minister as part of the Orthopedics and Traumatology Board (2007-2012).
Dr. Baeza was the Founding Member of the SEOT (Spanish Society of Ozone Therapy) and its President since October 2009. He is also Founding Member of the WFOT (World Federation of Ozone Therapy) since 2005. Dr. Baeza was President of WFOT (2014-2016) and currently is its Past President (2016-2018) and Advisory Board Member. In February 2015, Dr. Baeza started working again in the School of Medicine of the University of Valencia (Spain) as Professor of Human Anatomy and Embryology. Dr. Baeza has published a book, fifteen papers and has given more than one hundred presentations, conferences and workshops all over the world. He currently teaches in medical ozone Master degrees in Spain, Italy and Rumania. Dr Baeza is an honorary member of several ozone associations. He received the Francesco Ricardo Monti award from the WFOT and the Elisabetta Bernacchi Award from the FIO, for his work in developing and disseminating ozone therapy around the world. Dr. Baeza is the Editor in-chief of the Journal of Ozone Therapy.