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Stem Cell Therapy

What Do Stem Cells Do?

  • REGENERATE : They build, repair and grow new tissues
  • ANTI-INFLAMMATORY : They are effective in reducing inflammation
  • IMMUNO-MODULATORY : They help modulate the body’s immune responses
  • Literally, any cell or tissue within the body that needs to be repaired, including bones, tendons, ligaments, cartilage, muscle, and even organs, can be replaced by stem cells.
  • Because of their ability to differentiate into cells that carry out the roles needed in a variety of organs, stem cells are an essential regenerative medicine tool. When stem cells are introduced into a damaged tissue or organ, they evolve to carry out the functions necessary, compensating for the damaged cells. As a minimally invasive process, regenerative medicine harnesses the natural capabilities of stem cells and the body’s own ability to heal, providing an opportunity to avoid invasive procedures. For patients with injuries or chronic diseases, regenerative medicine is a source of hope.

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Knee treated with Stem Cell Therapy:

PICTURE ON RIGHT IS SAME KNEE 30 DAYS AFTER UC STEM CELL TREATMENT

Lesions from an Autoimmune Disease:

BEFORE TREATMENT WITH UMBILICAL CORD STEM CELLS (Intravenous)

AFTER TREATMENT WITH UC STEM CELLS

COLON (from an autoimmune disease) before and after stem cell treatment:

WOUND HEALING (often associated with diabetes):

BEFORE UC STEM CELL TREATMENT

AFTER UC STEM CELL TREATMENT

Where Do Our Stem Cells Come From?

 

At Prolean Wellness, we exclusively use umbilical cord stem cells. Umbilical cord tissue retrieval, which takes place immediately after the umbilical cord is cut upon delivery, is non-invasive and ethically sound. In addition to containing mesenchymal stem cells, umbilical cord tissue is a source of growth factors that also play an important role in regenerative medicine.

 

While stem cells are found throughout the body, the stem cells used in medicine today may be derived from four different sources: umbilical cord tissue, embryonic tissue, bone marrow, and adipose tissue. However, some sources have their drawbacks. Embryonic stem cells raise ethical concerns, while bone marrow and adipose tissue stem cells can only be retrieved through surgical procedures.

 

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