Stem Cell Therapy: A Revolutionary Medical Breakthrough

Heal from Within | The Power of Stem Cells

More and more people are turning to stem cell therapy as a beacon of hope in medicine, especially when conventional treatments fall short of expectations.

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What are Stem Cells?

Stem cells are special cells that can develop into different types of cells. They can renew themselves and change into highly specialized cells, which is crucial for maintaining and repairing our bodies.

Types of Stem Cells

  • Umbilical cord blood Stem Cells: We only use cord blood stem cells, we do not use embryonic stem cells because they can cause tumours.
  • Adult Stem Cells: Found in adult tissues like bone marrow and fat, with limited differentiation ability.
  • Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells (iPSCs): Genetically reprogrammed adult cells behaving like embryonic stem cells.
  • Perinatal Stem Cells: Found in amniotic fluid and umbilical cord blood, can differentiate into specialized cells.

Applications of Stem Cell Therapy

How Stem Cell Therapy Works

  1. Consultation and Assessment: Evaluates patient suitability.
  2. Source Selection and Harvesting: From bone marrow, adipose tissue, or umbilical cord blood.
  3. Processing and Isolation: Obtains a concentrated and purified stem cell population.
  4. Administration: Delivered through various methods depending on the target tissue and treatment goals. These methods include:
    • Intravenous (IV): Cells are injected directly into a vein, allowing them to travel throughout the bloodstream and reach the target organ.
    • Intrathecal (IT): Cells are injected into the fluid around the brain and spinal cord. This targets neurological conditions.
    • Intramuscular (IM): Cells are injected into a muscle, often used for musculoskeletal disorders.
    • Intranasal (IN): Cells are delivered as a spray or mist through the nose, a method under investigation for respiratory conditions, and in our therapy method, we use exosomes as boosters in this field.
    • Direct Injection: Cells are injected into the affected tissue. This is used for localized conditions like osteoarthritis.
  5. Follow-Up and Monitoring: Regular check-ups to assess progress.

Approved vs. Unapproved Therapies

We only use FDA-approved therapies, such as blood stem cell transplants, that have undergone rigorous testing. Dosage and administration are carefully calculated based on the patient’s weight to ensure safety and efficacy. For beauty treatments, the cells are sourced from umbilical cord blood. Alternatively, if the person is healthy, they can use their own cells for these treatments. We do not use embryonic cells due to their potential to cause tumors. Additionally, using umbilical cord blood eliminates the ethical concerns and critical questions associated with sourcing embryonic cells.

Potential Benefits

  • Tissue Repair and Regeneration
  • Reduction of Inflammation
  • Regulation of the Immune System
  • Improvement of Quality of Life

Potential Risks

To minimize potential risks, our stem cells are sourced from laboratories adhering to GMP standards and undergo 14 tests to screen for inherited diseases, exceeding the standard of 10 tests. As a result, we have had no incidents of these complications like: Infections, Immune Reactions or Rejections, Tumor Formation, Unwanted Tissue Formation and Blood Vessel Blockage

Potential Side Effects

  • Fever: Possible within the first 24 hours.
  • Headache: May occur after the procedure.
  • Haematoma: Bruising at the injection site.

Recovery and Aftercare

The recovery process includes:

  • Initial Recovery: Days to weeks, with potential swelling and fatigue.
  • Subacute Stage: Weeks to months, with symptom improvements.
  • Long-Term Recovery: Extends beyond initial months, with ongoing follow-up appointments.

Understanding Stem Cells

Stem cells, likened to the body’s repair crew, possess remarkable abilities to multiply and adapt into various cell types. Acting as internal healers, they replenish damaged tissues and aid in the recovery process. This transformative potential has fueled a surge in stem cell research over the past decade, driving medical innovation across diverse fields.

Explore the Potential

Explore comprehensive information on stem cells, including their wide-ranging applications in modern medicine, spanning from cosmetic procedures to regenerative medicine. Discover the promise they hold for the future!

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Stem cell therapy is a significant advancement in medical treatment, offering potential solutions for various health issues through regenerative medicine. Understanding the differences between approved and unapproved therapies ensures safe and effective treatment.

What are exosomes?

Exosomes are small vesicles secreted by cells that play a crucial role in cell communication. They carry proteins, lipids and genetic material between cells, influencing various physiological and pathological processes. In stem cell therapy, exosomes can enhance regenerative effects by promoting tissue repair, reducing inflammation and modulating the immune response. They are considered powerful tools in regenerative medicine and are being used to increase the effectiveness of treatments, particularly for conditions such as respiratory diseases.

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