Stem Cell Therapy is a revolutionary medical breakthrough with the potential to treat health problems that have been resistant to other forms of treatment. Stem cell therapy is a form of regenerative medicine that treats the body at the cellular-level. This therapy targets diseased or damaged tissue and organs by introducing cells to replace damaged cells. Stem cells are so effective because of their ability to differentiate into cells that carry out the roles needed in a variety of organs.
Regenerative medicine like stem cell therapy is used to treat a variety of medical conditions across specialties such as rheumatology, orthopedics, neurology, immunology, and cardiology. While stem cell therapy is used to treat pre-existing conditions, it can also be used preventatively. Because of the minimally invasive and potentially beneficial applications of stem cell therapy, many patients take regular stem cell treatments to help prevent against potential future complications.
Stem cells make the most efficient use of the body’s natural ability to heal itself by targeting health issues at the cellular level. This is why regenerative medicine such as stem cell therapy harnesses the ultimate potential for the future of medical treatment.
Stem cell therapy with Cell MD utilizes multipotent stem cells that are able to specialize into two or more cell types. This allows them to adapt and take on the role of a variety of cell types.
The specific subcategory of cells used are known as mesenchymal stem cells. Mesenchymal stem cells are unique in their ability to migrate to the specific area where they are needed, repair a number of tissue cell types, utilize immunomodulation to not be eliminated by the immune system, and reduce inflammation.
Cell MD exclusively uses umbilical cord stem cells. Umbilical cord retrieval takes place immediately after the umbilical cord is cut upon delivery and is non-invasive and ethically sound.
Stem Cell Therapy has been used to treat medical conditions such as:
The science behind Stem Cell Therapy has been featured in numerous medical papers and was featured in an interview on the Joe Rogan Show with Mel Gibson and Dr. Neil Riordan.