We’re pioneers in umbilical stem cell therapy: a cutting-edge area of medicine that has the potential to completely repair and heal damaged tissue, cells, and organs. Learn more about this treatment.
Stem cells are an important part of regenerative medicine, as they can develop into many types of cells and tissues. Researchers have had significant success with adult stem cells, embryonic stem cells, and umbilical stem cells.
After childbirth, umbilical cords are usually discarded as bio-medical waste. However, more patients are opting to do either of the following:
Donated cells undergo a thorough screening, after which they can be used by individuals undergoing stem cell therapy. Umbilical cord blood stem cells are one of the most numerous, easily harvested, non-invasive, and non-controversial sources of viable stem cells.
Embryonic stem cells are stem cells which come from embryos that are only three-to-five-days old. During this stage, embryos are called blastocysts and have only about 150 cells each. These are called pluripotent stem cells, which means that they are capable of dividing into more stem cells. They can also become any type of differentiated/specialized cell in the human body.
Embryonic stem cells are most often harvested from donor eggs from in vitro fertilization. They possess amazing potential for future utilization in disease treatments and may hold the answers to several questions as to how the human body grows and develops.
Just about all adult stem cells are multipotent stem cells. This means that they possess the ability to self-regenerate through division and can develop into multiple specialized cells contained in an organism's tissues or organs.
Researchers believe that all adults have these cells in both their organs and their tissue.
During a stem cell transplant, embryonic stem cells become specialized into the adult cell types that are needed for that particular individual's condition. The mature cells then begin to replace the damaged tissue. These types of stem cell treatments might be used to:
As more research on stem cells is being conducted, embryonic stem cell-based therapy may be able to accomplish greater things for patients in the future. Stem cells may even be used for researching disease, identifying new pharmaceutical products, and even screening drugs for possible adverse side effects.
Chronic pain has many potential underlying causes, which makes the adaptability of stem cells so valuable. Stem cell therapy can address acute tissue injuries, ligament damage, or even nerve damage.
Umbilical stem cell injections are an alternative to invasive surgical procedures for men and women who suffer from injury or a medical condition. These injections can address:
As we get older, our hair follicles often begin to shrink and quit responding to chemical signals. This slows down hair growth. Stem cells introduced into the follicles will send off chemical messengers to the damaged and dying follicles, which can help regenerate and grow healthy hair again.
Along with preventing or reversing hair loss, stem cell therapy can also improve the overall quality, health and texture of a patient’s hair.
Our treatments use quality umbilical stem cells, which improve blood flow to the skin while also triggering new collagen formation. This gives a patient a healthy “glow” that makes their face look younger and more vibrant.
Many patients prefer this treatment to a facelift because it’s:
If your osteoarthritis is painful or limiting your movement, stem cell treatment can help. During this procedure, we inject umbilical stem cells into the patient’s joint in order to create cartilage, which iscomposed of chondryte cells. Stem cells have anti-inflammatory properties, which naturally counteract Osteoarthritis inflammation.
This improves your mobility and alleviates pain, helping you live a more active life.
Umbilical stem cell injection therapy takes less than an hour from start to finish, but it can have a significant positive effect on your back pain. The goal behind injecting stem cells around the spinal column is to help repair the damaged, worn-out discs in the spine and/or neck.
Disc degeneration is something that happens to many patients as they get older, and it’s a cause of lower back pain. Lower back pain often gets worse over time, so getting help as early as possible is an important step in improving your condition.
The combination of PRP and stem cell treatments can be exactly what patients need to resolve the pain they’re experiencing due to acute injuries or degenerative conditions.
Current advances in immunology, the science of transplantation and cellular biology have opened the way for new opportunities to improve upon current regenerative treatments and even helped create new therapies
If you’re ready to speak with someone at NovaGenix, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We’re ready to help you take advantage of the benefits that stem cells offer.
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