Stem Cell FAQ's
Is Stem Cell Therapy Right for You & How Does Stem Cell Therapy Work?
The body has the ability to heal itself. Stem cells are undifferentiated cells that can become any specialized cell in the body. These cells are unique in that they naturally seek out damaged areas, become the type of local cell, and promote the natural growth of new, healthy cells.
If you have acute or chronic joint pain and have not found relief from first-line treatments such as physical therapy and/or nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medications, stem cell therapy is an alternative non-surgical treatment option.
Regenerative medicine is a new way of treating injuries, inflammation and diseases.
Another very important application for stem cell therapy is for the immune system. Stem cell therapy can help the immune system to rebuild itself, which leaves the body more prepared for illnesses that it might face afterwards. It can also help the body defend itself against illnesses that it is currently fighting.
Umbilical Cord Stem Cell
Cord tissue defined
Cord tissue is the insulating material surrounding the vessels of the umbilical cord. Birth tissue allografts are derived from healthy, consenting mothers after full-term, live, planned, Cesarean section (C-section) deliveries. Donors are healthy women who are thoroughly screened for risk factors and clinical evidence of relevant communicable diseases. A careful medical and social history is collected in advance to ensure the donor meets all eligibility requirements.
Umbilical cord blood has more than 10 times the about of stem cells compared to adult bone marrow. Cord blood, which was once thought of as a waste product, is being saved.
Research has shown that MSC Exosomes can penetrate the blood-brain barrier and stimulate neuronal differentiation, neuronal growth, and suppress inflammatory processes within the brain tissue.
Stem cell & Exosomes play a vital role in the rejuvenation of all the cells in our body, so they are perfect for orthopedic issues and anti-aging. Exosomes are one type of extracellular vesicles. Described as microbubbles, these nanometer-size vesicles are found in all body fluids and can be secreted by most cells.
Exosomes are how cells communicate; acting as shuttles for genetic information. Exosomes play a vital role in the rejuvenation of all the cells in our body, so they are perfect for orthopedic issues and anti-aging. Simply put, exosomes carry healthy and lost information to target cells, rejuvenating the body and helping to restore damaged cells by releasing growth factors and other healing substances that activate receptors in targeted cells.