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Stem cell therapy is non-invasive treatment method used to replace damaged, diseased, dysfunctional, or injured tissue in the human body by using stem cells. Stem cells have the potential to develop and into different types of cells in the body and can be obtained from many different body parts such as adipose (fat tissue), umbilical cord tissue, placental tissue, and bone marrow. The stem cells are grown and manipulated in the lab to specialize into different types of cells, such as heart muscle cells, blood cells, bone cells or nerve cells. They are usually donated and extracted ethically from a donated human umbilical cord. These specialized cells can self-renew by dividing and developing in a specific tissue or organ in the body. Stem cell therapy can also be beneficial for patients who undergo chemotherapy and experience serious medical conditions such as leukemia, lymphoma, neuroblastoma, and multiple myeloma. The stem cells can replace the damaged or diseased tissue by stimulating new bone marrow growth and restoring the immune system.

Stem cells can be administered in different ways, such as:

  • IV stem cell Therapy (intravenous administration)
  • Intrathecal (directly into the spinal canal)
  • Site injections into a specific diseased or injured area (knee, heart, hips, hands, etc.)

Stem cell therapy can heal and provide relief for patients who suffer from serious medical conditions. It can delay the disease progression for long periods and increase the quality of life by reducing symptomatic conditions. Stem cell therapy can treat and promote healing for autoimmune, inflammatory, neurological, and orthopedic disorders, as well as traumatic injuries. More specifically, some of the medical disorders treated by stem cell therapy are:

  • Crohn’s disease
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Stroke
  • Burns
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Cancer
  • Lupus
  • COPD
  • Parkinson’s diseases


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