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Normally, the immune system protects the body from infection and disease, but with an autoimmune disease, the body's immune system mistakenly recognizes itself as an invader and attacks its own organs, tissues, and cells. Almost any organ system of the body can be affected by autoimmunity. 

At the Stem Cell Medical Center, we utilize the regenerative properties of stem cells to help improve the function of the immune system and reduce symptoms associated with autoimmune diseases.

RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS (Autoimmune Conditions)
Rheumatoid arthritis
MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS (Autoimmune Conditions)
Multiple sclerosis
LUPUS (Autoimmune Conditions)
Lupus

Examples of how we help with specific conditions include: Patients with rheumatoid arthritis have reported reduced joint pain and swelling, allowing them to lead more active and pain-free lives. For those with Crohn's disease, our treatments have been shown to reduce symptoms such as abdominal pain, diarrhea, and weight loss, allowing patients to do more and live more. 

Patients who undergo stem cell therapy for autoimmune diseases may experience a reduction in symptoms such as pain, inflammation, and fatigue, as well as an improvement in overall quality of life. Our treatment may also help reduce the need for long-term use of immunosuppressive medications, which can have significant side effects.

 

Our treatments help with a wide variety of autoimmune diseases by attacking the problem at its roots.

STEM CELL
TREATMENT OPTIONS

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TREATMENT OPTION

AUTOIMMUNE CONDITIONS TREATMENT OPTIONS

We understand the impact that autoimmune diseases can have on daily life, and we are committed to helping our patients overcome these symptoms and get back to enjoying life to the fullest. With our therapies, we aim to help you achieve a better quality of life by eliminating or reducing specific symptoms and improving the function of the immune system, reducing the likelihood of the immune system mistakenly attacking the body.

So how does it work?

Our stem cell cardiovascular treatment involves an intravenous influx of millions of stem cells.

Our treatment harnesses the regenerative potential of stem cells and their ability to modulate the immune response. Stem cells can differentiate into a variety of different cell types, including those that make up the immune system; by introducing stem cells into the body, they can migrate to sites of inflammation and tissue damage, where they can promote repair and regeneration of damaged tissue. Stem cells can also release growth factors and cytokines that regulate the immune response, reducing inflammation and preventing further tissue damage.

This dual action of stem cells, promoting repair and regulating the immune response, can result in a reduction in symptoms such as pain, inflammation, and fatigue. Additionally, stem cell therapy has the potential to target the root cause of autoimmune diseases, which is the dysregulated immune response, rather than simply managing symptoms.To learn more about our specific treatment protocols, click here

Is it for you?

Stem cell therapy for autoimmune diseases is a cutting-edge treatment that holds great promise for individuals who are struggling with chronic symptoms and reduced quality of life. Good candidates for autoimmune stem cell therapy may include individuals who have been diagnosed with autoimmune diseases such as multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, and lupus, among others and have not found adequate relief with traditional treatments. Those who experience symptoms such as pain, inflammation, and fatigue may also benefit from stem cell therapy.

It is important to note that each patient is evaluated on a case-by-case basis to determine their eligibility for treatment. Factors such as age, overall health, and the severity of the condition will be taken into consideration to ensure that each patient receives the most effective treatment plan. Our team of experienced clinicians and researchers will provide personalized care and staying at the forefront of stem cell research to provide the highest quality of care to our patients.

Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) such as ibuprofen and aspirin, are commonly used to reduce pain and inflammation in autoimmune conditions. Corticosteroids, such as prednisone, are powerful anti-inflammatory drugs that can quickly relieve symptoms of autoimmune conditions. Disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs (DMARDs) such as methotrexate and sulfasalazine, are medications that can help slow down the progression of autoimmune conditions. In some cases, surgery may be necessary to treat complications of autoimmune conditions, such as joint damage or organ damage.

PROS

  • NSAIDs are widely available over-the-counter, affordable, and can provide quick relief
  • Able to reduce joint damage and improve overall quality of life
  • Lifestyle changes include a reduced risk of complications, improved overall health, and no risk of side effects

CONS

  • It can cause gastrointestinal problems and may not be effective in treating all autoimmune conditions.
  • Long-term use can cause side effects such as weight gain, osteoporosis, and increased risk of infections
  • They can take several weeks or months to become effective, and may have side effects such as nausea, vomiting, and liver damage
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WOULD YOU BE A GOOD CANDIDATE FOR THIS PROCEDURE?

It's important to note that each patient is unique, and their specific situation will determine whether they are a good candidate for stem cell treatment. A consultation with a qualified healthcare provider is necessary to determine if this treatment is appropriate for an individual.

  • Patients must have confirmed diagnosis of a condition
  • Patients should be in good overall health and be able to undergo treatment
  • Patients must be of a certain age or older, depending on the specific treatment
  • Patients who have previously undergone other treatments for their condition that were ineffective
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