Stem cell therapy is a type of therapy that uses stem cells to treat or prevent a disease or condition. Stem cells are a type of cell that can turn into other types of cells in the body that rejuvenate and generate old cells to new healthy cells. They are found in the bone marrow, cord blood, fat and other tissues. Stem cell treatments have been used to treat a variety of conditions, including damaged or weak organs, blood disorders, and autoimmune disorders. Dr. Charles Pereyra is a physician and expert in stem cell therapy & regenerative medicine with multiple peer reviewed publications. He’s seen some exciting and promising patient outcomes with the use of stem cells.
“Stem cell and exosome therapy is one of the most rapidly growing fields in research and medicine today. We’re incredibly excited to be a part of all the new innovations taking place. Most recently Stem Cells have been shown to drastically reduce inflammation associated, and help regulate autoimmune conditions, which plays a significant role in many pathologies.”
Dr. Charles Pereyra MD
Stem cells are also being studied for their potential to treat Covid-19. There is currently no known cure for Covid-19, and treatments are focused on relieving symptoms and supporting the respiratory system. Stem cell therapies may offer a new way to treat Covid-19 by helping to repair damaged tissue and organs, boosting the immune system, and reducing inflammation.
Are stem cells used to treat Covid-19 related symptoms?
While there is no cure for Covid-19, stem cell therapy is emerging as a potential treatment for long haulers. They have the ability to repair damage to the lungs and other organs caused by the virus. In addition, stem cells can help to boost the immune system, which is often weak in patients who have been infected with Covid-19.
“We are seeing more and more patients turn to regenerative therapies such as stem cells for unexplained symptoms from Covid related issues. The burden of COVID-19 has not only affected the world during the time of its rapid spread. It now continues to affect individuals across all ages, races, and genders in what’s being called Covid long-haul syndrome. Many academic institutions across glob have began to study the effects of stem cell and exosome therapy for a myriad of conditions associated COVID-19, including long haulers syndrome.”
-Dr. Charles Pereyra MD
Stem cell treatment for Covid long haulers
Stem cell treatments are becoming a popular option for Covid-19 patients, especially those who are considered “long haulers.” Stem cells are being used to treat patients who have long Covid, which is a form of the disease that persists after the initial infection has passed. IV stem cells are thought to help the body repair damaged tissue and boost the immune system. The treatment involves taking stem cells from a donor and infusing them into the patient’s bloodstream. The stem cells then travel to the lungs and begin to repair the damage caused by the virus and reduce inflammation.
Stem cell treatment for Covid lungs
Stem cell treatments may help improve the lung function of Covid patients by reducing inflammation and increasing oxygen levels in the blood. This can help Covid long-haulers, who often suffer from symptoms such as fatigue, shortness of breath, and cognitive problems many months after recovering from Covid-19.
Stem Cell Therapy for Covid-19 side effects
Are stem cell treatments for Covid safe?
IV stem cell therapy is minimally invasive and relatively safe, with few side effects. The treatment involves injecting stem cells into the bloodstream intravenously and typically takes an hour or less.
“You can only expect great outcomes from putting young healthy cells back into the body for maximum healing potential. While the FDA has not approved any of these treatments some of the preliminary results are incredibly exciting.”