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Regenerative stem cell therapies can be applied to treat a wide range of medical conditions. Stem cell treatments can also be used for aesthetics, anti-aging, and general wellness. Please click on the links below to get more detailed information on the treatments available.

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STEM CELL ADVANTAGES (Conditions We Treat)

The underlying root cause of many diseases and medical conditions can be traced back to damaged or dysfunctional cells. The most common treatment options are pharmaceuticals, surgical procedures, or a combination of both. The best outcomes result when diseased or damaged tissue is placed by new healthy tissues that function properly. Pharmaceuticals and surgery can help, but ultimately it's up to the body to repair the cell damage. Stem cells play a crucial role in the regenerative process. Unfortunately, as we age, the availability and viability of stem cells diminish dramatically impacting the body's ability to heal.

The body of clinical research from around the world demonstrates that the introduction of viable mesenchymal stem cells in patients can have a positive effect on healing damaged tissue. These regenerative effects are manifest through a reduction or absence of the symptoms associated with the underlying injury or disease.

YOU ARE A GOOD CANDIDATE

YOU ARE A GOOD CANDIDATE (Conditions We Treat)

Stem cell therapy holds the promise of benefiting patients who suffer from a variety of diseases and musculoskeletal injuries. The outcome of treatment will depend on each individual based on factors including age and the severity of their medical condition at the time of treatment. We do, however, have criteria for accepting patients for therapy. A partial list of conditions that would disqualify a patient include:

Stem cell therapy holds the promise of benefiting patients who suffer from a variety of diseases and musculoskeletal injuries. The outcome of treatment will depend on each individual based on factors including age and the severity of their medical condition at the time of treatment. We do, however, have criteria for accepting patients for therapy. A partial list of conditions that would disqualify a patient include:

YOU ARE A GOOD CANDIDATE (Conditions We Treat)

Although most people are good candidates for stem cell therapy, there may be some conditions that may limit available treatments. Below is a partial list, other conditions and circumstances may also limit the patient's candidacy this can be discussed in further detail during your consultation.

  • Blood-borne cancer (such us lymphoma or leukemia), not in remission for at least five years.

  • Patients undergoing treatment for blood-borne diseases or other malignancies.

  • Patients who are chronically ill with multiple medical issues and have health-compromising lifestyle habits, including tobacco and illicit drug use, may not be accepted.

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