How Stem Cell Therapy Can Help Repair and Regenerate Your Body


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Stem cell therapy may sound new, however, this type of therapy has been around for years. These cells were challenging and expensive to acquire in the past. Nowadays, stem cells are obtained by a quick procedure with advanced techniques and innovative equipment.

Various treatments that involve the extraction of stem cells and their injection into damaged tissues have been developed. Some of these treatments involve taking a person’s own stem cells and injecting them into a site of injury. Other treatments rely on stem cells from adult donors.

WHERE DO STEM CELLS COME FROM?

STEM CELLS ARE NEVER DERIVED FROM A FETUS.

Stem cells can be derived from:

  1. Your own Body
  2. A Host

SELF DERIVED STEM CELLS

Self derived stem cells are from adipose (fat) cells OR bone marrow. However with this process the Concentration of cells is less than 1million per mL

These are YOUR cells – so they are subject to your chronological age and therefore cannot replicate as many times as a host cell with zero age. This is explained by the length of the telomere in the cell.

A telomere is a region of repetitive nucleotide sequences at each end of a chromosome, which protects the end of the chromosome from deterioration or from fusion with neighboring chromosomes. Its name is derived from the Greek nouns telos ‘end’ and merοs ‘part.’ For vertebrates, the sequence of nucleotides in telomeres is TTAGGG.

HOST CELL OPTIONS:

One way is to harvest fluid from the placenta of a healthy birth. These are called amniotic fluid derived stem cells. These may contain up to 1.5Milllion cells per mL but may also contain other elements from the birthing process (like Meconium).

We have chosen to use stem cells derived from a host using unbilical cord blood. Umbilical cord blood derived stem cells are harvested from a healthy c section by volunteer donors who are screened for disease, drug use and phychological health. These cells have the greatest liklihood of producing an exceptional results for many reasons.

  • The cell count on each lot is guaranteed at 10,000,000 (10 Million) cells per mL = many times the concentration of these cells per injection compared to other methods
  • Zero age = longest telemere length
  • DNA neutral
  • Removal of red blood cells and Class I and Class II antigens
  • Processed and delivered according to FDA guidelines of all tissue used for healthcare purposes (like blood transfusions)
  • There has been no adverse no adverse reaction reported to date

Why is Telomere length important?

In white blood cells, the length of telomeres ranges from 8,000 base pairs in newborns to 3,000 base pairs in adults and as low as 1,500 in elderly people. (An entire chromosome has about 150 million base pairs.) Each time it divides, an average cell loses 30 to 200 base pairs from the ends of its telomeres.

In order to obtain the longest telomere harvesting stem cells from a host typically gives the greatest results. When you harvest your own stem cells you have reason to expect a good outcome, but we have found that stem cells harvested from a host with zero age cells will produce the likelhood for much better results.

WHERE OUR STEM CELL ARE PROCURED FROM:


In white blood cells, the length of telomeres ranges from 8,000 base pairs in newborns to 3,000 base pairs in adults and as low as 1,500 in elderly people. (An entire chromosome has about 150 million base pairs.) Each time it divides, an average cell loses 30 to 200 base pairs from the ends of its telomeres.

In order to obtain the longest telomere harvesting stem cells from a host typically gives the greatest results. When you harvest your own stem cells you have reason to expect a good outcome, but we have found that stem cells harvested from a host with zero age cells will produce the likelhood for much better results.

WHAT SHOULD YOU EXPECT DURING STEM CELL THERAPY?

Stem Cell Therapy is a process that can take weeks to months from start to finish. The whole process usually takes between 2 to 3 months. However, you will start to see results before then.

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) can be another part of treatment. Stem cells injected into an area by themselves may remain quiet. The stem cells may need PRP to add contributing growth factors and stimulating proteins. These factors tell the body to send stem cells to the injured area causing the stem cells to reproduce and begin repairing.

A platelet rich plasma injection may also be performed on the injured area approximately 4 to 6 weeks after the stem cell injection. A second injection can be done 4 to 6 weeks later if needed. The platelet injections are effective because they permit the stem cells to grow and multiply into cartilage tissue.

Your Doctor will discuss if PRP will be a benefit to your stemp cell protocol.

See our video explaining PRP