Experiments using stem cells derived from bone marrow bone marrow have already shown potential in models of stroke, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury and Parkinson’s disease.
Adipose tissue [fat] is a rich source of stem cells.
- Stroke Recovery with Cellular Therapies. Sean I. Savitz, MD, Daniel M. Rosenbaum, MD, Editors
You can now obtain a safe, powerful infusion of adult stem cells derived from your own adipose tissue and bone marrow. Your stem cells can help bring about major improvements in quality of life that afford relief for a variety of chronic conditions.
At RegenCenter, adult repair stem cells are being used to help and improve a variety of conditions such as Autism, Alzheimer’s disease, Arthritis, COPD, Dementia, Diabetes, Cerebral Palsy, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s, traumatic brain injury, stroke and others. They are also used for anti-aging and cosmetic purposes
Autologous Stem Cells Are Safe And Powerful
Stem cells from your own body, called autologous cells, are entirely safe, do not run the risk of rejection and have no ethical issues involved in their use. In fact, after consulting with leading scientists from across the world, the head of the Roman Catholic Church recently affirmed:
The potential benefits of adult stem cell research are considerable, since it opens up possibilities for healing chronic degenerative illnesses by repairing damaged tissue and restoring its capacity for regeneration.... The improvement that such therapies promise would constitute a significant step forward in medical science, bringing fresh hope to sufferers and their families alike.
-Pope Benedict XVI in The Healing Cell: How the Greatest Revolution in Medical History Is Changing Your Life. Robin L. Smith, MD, Msgr Tomaz Trafny, and Max Gomex, PhD
Adult stem cells derived from bone marrow and adipose tissue have a natural ability to heal and restore damaged areas of the body. However, until they are removed and reinfused back into the body, they remain locked inside these tissues, unable to perform the healing they are designed to do.
Maximum Healing Impact
At RegenCenter, we use a powerful combination of stem cells and all natural growth factors derived from a person’s own bone marrow and fat in order to achieve maximum healing impact.
Each source of stem cells provides their own unique set of growth factors. It is not only the stem cells which provide healing but a variety of growth factors contained in the bone marrow or fat which have an extraordinary healing effect.
Growth Factors Promote Healing
Growth factors are vital in healing and regenerating damaged tissue. They help reduce inflammation, promote the formation of new blood vessels, growth of new tissue and can actually renew damaged areas of the brain and other organs. Therefore, whenever possible, we try to use stem cells and growth factors derived from both both bone marrow and fat. Each source has its own unique cocktail of stem cells and growth factors which promote healing.
Adult Stem Cells are Powerful and Effective
Bone Marrow Stromal Cells Selectively target damaged tissue, promote neurological functional recovery and remodel brain architecture.
Adult stem cells derived from your own body have the capacity to reduce inflammation and transform themselves into cells in organs of the body which have been damaged through injury, disease and the aging process.
How Stem Cells Know Where to Go
Stem cells possess what is called homing ability. Inflamed and damaged areas in the body give off special SOS signals called cytokines. When your stem cells are re-infused into your body, they are drawn like a magnet by these help signals to home in on and begin healing the tissues in need of repair.
Radioactive Tagging Shows How Stem Cells Work
The following images taken from patient studies illustrate the way adult stem cells home in on damaged areas
To find out how you or a loved one might benefit from an infusion of your own stem cells, simply complete the free phone consultation request form at the bottom of the page and one of our team memebers will contact you shortly. Or you may also contact us by clicking here.