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What is a stem cell?
Stem cells are unique cells: They have the ability to turn into many different types of tissues (differentiate), and they can multiply (replicate) rapidly. Stem cells play a huge part in the body’s healing and rejuvenating process, and are capable of turning into any tissue that needs repair like bone, cartilage, tendons, muscle, ligaments, blood vessels, and certain organs. Introduction of stem cells shows great promise in the treatment of many conditions.
Different kinds of stem cells
1. “Embryonic stem cells”
These are cells from the embryonic stage (3-5 days after conception) that have yet to differentiate – as such they can change into any body part at all. Because they are taken from embryos, there has been lots of controversy surrounding their use.
2. “Adult stem cells”
This is a stem cell that already resides in one’s body within different tissues. Most abundant sources of adult stem cells are bone marrow and fat. These types of stem cells can be only used in the same person they have been harvested from and are also the same age as this person.
3. “Umbilical stem cells”
These cells are extracted from the blood contained in an umbilical cord after live caesarian birth of a healthy baby.
Umbilical stem cells found in a cord blood haven’t been exposed to potentially harmful factors impacting stem cells collected later in life so they can be safely given to any person without concerns for tissue compatibility and they are also the youngest, most pristine cells possible!
Their age is “Day 0”
Amount of stem cells based on a source:
- Bone marrow aspirate produces 30- 300 stem cells per 1cc.
- Fat aspirate produces 4,500- 450,000 stem cells per 1cc
- Umbilical cord blood produces over 1,000,000 stem cells per 1cc and their age is “Day 0”
“Stem cell is a cell waiting to be something”
Which conditions stem cells are being used for?
- Autoimmune Disease
- Alzheimer’s Disease
- Eye Disease
- Heart Disease
- Joint Injury
- Kidney Disease
- Liver Disease
- Lung Disease
- Muscular Dystrophy
- Motor Neuron Disease
- Neurological Disorders
- Parkinson’s Disease
What is “Health IV”?
It’s an intravenous injection of umbilical cord stem cells given in our Clinic, repeated every 3-4 months for overall regeneration of the tissues, decrease of inflammation in the body, especially in the joints, improved vitality, motor skills, cognitive brain function, energy, vision, sleep, healing process, libido, etc.
Contraindications: pregnancy, active cancer.
There is no minimum or maximum age limit.
How are the stem cells delivered to the body?
Stem cells can be implanted different ways depending on each patient’s ailment and physical condition.
Intravenous (IV) – safest and simplest method for delivering the stem cell throughout the body. Anesthesia is not required.
Intramuscular (IM) – stem cells are injected directly into the muscle. Intramuscular implantation is very safe and effective.
Intra-articular (IA) – stem cells are injected directly into the affected joint by a licensed physician. This method is commonly used for arthritis and joint injury. Intra-articular implantation is safe and only requires local anesthesia.
Intrathecal (lumbar puncture) – intrathecal administration is ideal for neurological conditions because the stem cells are injected directly into the spinal fluid past the blood-brain barrier. This enables them to reach the spinal cord and brain.
Nebulization (also called a “breathing treatment”) – a nebulizer device creates a mist out of stem cells solution, which makes it easy to breathe into the lungs.
Summary of Human Umbilical stem cell injection therapy
- They are extracted from a healthy baby/healthy mother umbilical cord after birth with complete consent.
- No evasive extraction from your own body needed that often comes with additional pain, and side effects making it less evasive.
- NO typing, or matching required
- Pre-harvested cells ready for injection within 72 hours of order.
- Time to treatment is significantly reduced as many people get treatment the same week they are approved for most protocols.
- The quantity of stem cells in a new born umbilical extraction are thousands of times more potent than in an aged body.
- Stem cells can be delivered at the injection site or POINT OF PROBLEM or via an IV/IM route.