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Stem Cell Therapy For Musculoskeletal Disease

Next Generation Stem Cell Therapy for Musculoskeletal Disease

Musculoskeletal disorders affect millions of people worldwide, either from traumatism, age, or a chronic disease. Musculoskeletal tissues that have a limited capacity for endogenous repair include vertebral discs, cartilage, tendons, ligaments, and muscle. For many orthopedic conditions, effective non-surgical treatment options are limited.  That is where stem cells come in.

Tissue regeneration requires the recruitment of stem cells to the target site to form tissue-specific cells as well as new vessels to provide the necessary oxygen, nutrients, and growth factors to repair the affected area.

  1. Bone

Stem Cell treatment along with exosomes promotes bone healing after an injury. It accelerates bone repair by enhanced osteoblastic proliferation, promote osteogenesis and angiogenesis

In osteoporosis bone loss is attenuated by the administration of Stem Cells, improving age-related bone loss and menopause-related osteoporosis.

  1. Cartilage

In chondrocytes MSCs have demonstrated their ability for cartilage repair due to their anti-inflammatory effects and reducing mitochondrial membrane alterations and oxidative stress.

  1. Joints

Joint injury induces the production of cytokines, chemokines, danger-associated molecules, leukocyte migration and processes that may degrade cartilage and bone. Although this pro-inflammatory response is necessary to start the repair process, if it lacks adequate control can contribute to perpetuate chronic inflammation and tissue damage leading to post-traumatic osteoarthritis.

Stem Cells have a very important immunoregulatory effect, helping reduce the inflammation and pain.

Temporomandibular joint osteoarthritis which is characterized by progressive cartilage degradation, subchondral bone erosion and chronic pain can get great benefits from the treatment by helping with cartilage regeneration.

  1. Ligament and tendon injuries
  2. Muscle

MSCs help in the treatment of human muscular disorders due to their ability to differentiate into functional skeletal muscle cell following acute damage

Next Generation Stem Cell Therapy Can Help

Treatable Diseases with Stem Cell Treatment

  • age-related macular degeneration
  • retinitis pigmentosa
  • glaucoma
  • diabetic retinopathy
  • optic nerve diseases
  • trauma

Beneficial Actions of Stem Cells

  • source for retinol cycling
  • nutrient transport
  • growth factor production
  • angiogenesis
  • increase in axon survival and decrease in axon loss
  • normalized intraocular pressure

Price & Treatment Duration

Treatment is applied intravenously or intra-articular.

We organize our stem cell packages based on the size and complexity of each patient’s individual medical history, current conditions and symptomology. Our doctors will review your medical history and establish a treatment protocol designed to best treat your individual Small, simple conditions require relatively few stem cells to treat them. Large, complicated conditions— or conditions you wish to treat as quickly and as completely as possible—will require larger volumes of stem cells to get the

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