FREQUENT QUESTIONS

OF THE PROCESS AND OF THE TREATMENTS

  1. Why Regenerative Medicine?

  2. What is a stem cell?

  3. What types of stem cells do we use?

  4. What is a treatment with autologous biological materials?

  5. Advantages of having stem cell treatment?

  6. When we can see results?

  7. What diseases and injuries do we treat?

1. WHY REGENERATIVE MEDICINE?

We owe it to ourselves:

  • Prepare to face new health care.

  • Use the latest generation and less invasive technologies.

  • Find more natural cure solutions.

  • Avoid taking medications with aggressive side effects.

  • Eat healthier.

  • Live more naturally.

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2. WHAT IS A STEM CELL?

  • It is the cell that is capable of:

    • auto replicating itself infinitely.

    • differentiating into other cell types.

  • They are cells that all living things have and serve to repair and regenerate tissues.

  • There are Embryonic, Pluripotential, Mesenchymal, and Induced stem cells (the origin is from an adult stem cell transformed into an embryonic one).

3. TYPES OF STEM CELLS WE USE?

The treatments I use have autologous stem cells, from the patient. I use stem cells from two places in the body:

  • Bone marrow

  • Fat

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4. TREATMENT OF PAIN WITH AUTOLOGOUS BIOLOGICAL MATERIALS

  • In the last decade, biological materials have been used with very positive results. These materials are platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and stem cells.

  • Pain treatment is used for diseases as common as arthritis and arthrosis.

  • These treatments use the same biological components that our own body uses to regenerate injuries.

  • For example, biological treatments that are done to calm joint pain, whether due to natural wear and tear, due to poorly healed sports injuries, arthrosis, arthritis, etc.

5. ADVANTAGES OF USING AUTOLOGOUS STEM CELL THERAPY

There is no rejection of the biological component (stem cells, or platelet-rich plasma) by the patient's body.

Accelerates recovery times:

  • Bone fractures accelerate in one to two weeks.
  • Muscle injuries, three to four weeks.

  • Cartilage and meniscus injuries, three to four months.

  • Tendon injuries, three to four weeks.

6. WHEN CAN YOU SEE RESULTS?

Stem cell treatment is a slow regeneration process. Depending on the type of tissue and the injury, it can take from a few weeks to months for the tissue to regenerate. However, cell differentiation is an almost immediate process that occurs once the stem cell contacts the injured tissue. We see excellent regeneration results in structures such as:

  • Cartilage

  • Bone

  • Tendon

  • Muscle

  • Lung tissue

  • Heart tissue

  • Nervous tissue

  • Skin

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7. WHAT DISEASES AND INJURIES DO WE TREAT?

  • Osteo-articular pathology

    • Osteoarthritis

    • Arthritis

    • Bone edema

    • Bone necrosis

    • Cartilage lesions

  • Skeletal muscle and tendinopathies

    • Muscle tears

    • Tendinitis

    • Tendinosis

  • Autoimmune diseases

    • Diabetes

    • Psoriasis

    • Crohn's disease

    • Rheumatoid arthritis

    • Celiac Disease

    • Inflammatory Bowel Disease

  • Cardio-pulmonary diseases

    • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

    • Pulmonary fibrosis

    • Heart failure

    • Pulmonary hypertension

  • Neurodegenerative diseases

    • Multiple sclerosis

    • ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Disease)

    • Parkinson's

    • Macular injury

  • Connective diseases

    • Lupus

    • Scleroderma

  • Some important results in specific diseases such as:

    • Partial section of the spinal cord

    • Vascular Brain Accident

    • Increased sexual potency

    • Repeated urinary tract infections

    • Autism