Thursday, January 27, 2022
In contrast to current clinical strategies, which are primarily concerned with treating symptoms, regenerative medicine is focused on replacing tissues, cells or organs that have been compromised by disease or trauma. The methods used to achieve these results include tissue engineering, cellular therapies, medical devices, and artificial organs.
When we are injured or infected with disease, our bodies are designed to respond, heal and defend. But what if we can improve our bodies own healing ability and speed up the process?
Regenerative treatments aim to repair damaged tissues and organs. Researchers are also working on treatments for organs that have been permanently damaged. The goal of this methodology is to find a way to treat injuries and diseases that were previously considered incurable.
Stem cell therapies treat the underlying cause of pain rather than relieving it with medication or surgery, resulting in increased function and mobility with a shorter recovery time than surgical options. The health benefits of this therapy can cover various conditions; to promote healing in the body, stem cells can differentiate into various types of cells to replace damaged cells.
Stem Cell Patches vs Stem Cell Therapy
Stem cell treatments have been used for years in various medical practices. Hematopoietic stem cell transplant, or bone marrow transplant, is used to treat blood cell disorders such as leukemia and lymphoma. Stem cell patches are a new technology based on stem cell therapy.
Pluripotent stem cells can communicate with all cells in your body in order to regenerate the designated target.
Our pluripotent stem cells, unlike adult stem cells, can express the DNA of all 220+ types of cells in the body. As a result, they have an unrivaled ability to heal and restore youth in all organs.
Pluripotent stem cells can be delivered through the bloodstream or directly to the organ in need of repair, depending on the circumstances.
Pluripotent exosomes also function in ways other than releasing the recipient's adult stem cells. They include anti-inflammatory, anti-fibrotic, and growth factors, as well as senolytic agents. Pluripotent stem cells and their exosomes have the most potent effects for treating degenerative conditions.
Injections are shown to help treat various medical conditions such as heart disease or MS, and are also used for general promoted health including:
- Mental clarity
- Faster wound healing
- Sports performance faster recovery
- Greater overall energy
- Improved skin appearance
- Immune system support
Phototherapy patches are a product that has been developed in attempt to increase stem cell production. These patches do not contain stem cells, and state that by reflecting particular wavelengths of light to promote health and treat chronic neurological problems, improve fatigue, and aid in depression.
Naturally occurring adult stem cells are "activated" in case of trauma, cell death or a need for new cells. Other than stem cell injections or transfusions, there is no clinically proven way to stimulate stem cells.
Light therapy differs from stem cell therapy.
"Heart patches" are a newly researched bio-technology that has not yet been used in mainstream medical treatment. A few researchers have grown heart cells in a lab with the goal of repairing damaged hearts.
The patches are made of heart tissue, and contain up to 50 million stem cells that are programmed to be working heart muscle cells. In theory, this patch would be implanted in a patient to heal or prevent damage to the heart.
Doctors are working to develop this treatment to heal cardiovascular disease. Clinical studies are being run, but there is no access to this treatment in public medical care. Like other stem cell treatments, this implant would support damaged cells and promote cell healing or growth.
Stem Cell Therapy for Heart Failure
Heart failure is the leading cause of death worldwide, and current traditional treatments only slow the disease's progression. Clinical trials show that cell-based therapies can improve cardiac function, and the implications for cardiac regeneration are promising.
Cardiac regeneration is a broad effort that uses cutting-edge science, such as stem cell and cell-free therapy, to repair irreversibly damaged heart tissue. Reparative tools have been developed to use the body's natural ability to regenerate to restore damaged heart tissue and function.
The function of stem cells in cardiac health is to repair damaged tissue, heart and other affected organs, improve circulation, and prevent cardiovascular disease.
- Reduce future risk of a heart attack
- Improved physical stamina
- Reduced circulatory congestion
Stemaid programs last between 2 and 5 weeks, depending on your condition and the severity of your symptoms. Every candidate for stem cell therapy receives a customized plan to help achieve the highest success rate.