Treating Diabetes with pluripotent stem cells
Patients with diabetes are facing 3 main health concerns:
- Immune dysregulation, including autoimmunity, as in the case of Diabetes type 1, and chronic inflammation, in both Diabetes type 1 and 2.
- System wide organ damage, due to fluctuating glucose levels, potentially leading to severe complications including heart disease, kidney damage, and brain degeneration.
- Neuropathy is a common symptom we encounter in diabetic patients. Damaged peripheral nerve fibers cause numbness, tingling and pain. The sequelae are serious.
The use of stem cells
An efficient way to help restore the quality of life of our diabetic patient is to address these challenges in parallel, quenching chronic inflammation, improving immune function and circulation, repairing damage in organs, especially the pancreas.
Stemaid programs are 2-5 weeks in length, depending on your condition and severity of your symptoms. We customize every plan, however, a "typical" plan for this type of condition might include the following over 4 weeks.
Peptides & Nutraceuticals
Physiotherapy & Massage
Benefits of pluripotent stem cell therapy for Diabetes patients
The role of stem cells in cardiac health is to repair the system wide organ damage, modulate the immune system and repair the damage I the pancreas so that blood sugar regulation can resume.
The first benefit from stem cell treatment is a reduction of systemic inflammation. Pluripotent stem cells release immune factors that modulate immune responses, including autoimmunity, and reprogram macrophages to avoid the production of inflammatory chemokines, thus reducing insulin resistance. Cognitive function improves, infections clear, swelling is reduced, overall vitality gradually returns.
Decrease in pain
With less inflammation and repaired organ function, pain begins for wane. This occurs at around 6-12 injections. Muscle aches, joint pain and neuropathy gradually improve and patients have more energy, improved mobility and better mood overall.
Pancreatic function improvement
Fasting glucose and HA1C gradually stabilize in the normal range. The pluripotent stem cells signal repair factors and growth factors in the pancreas, reactivating progenitor stem cells which become new healthy insulin-producing islet clusters within the damaged pancreas. This leads to mproved glucose control and less dependence on insulin injections.