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What is Stem Cell Injection Therapy?

Stem cell injection therapy is the use of stem cells to treat or prevent a disease. It aids the body’s natural process of healing. 

 

First, when coming into the clinic for a stem cell treatment, the cells are applied directly to the affected area. After that, the stem cells replace the connective tissue matrix, a natural interconnected system of collagens and other native components. This then provides the structure, integrity and replenishment of the body’s natural tissues. 

What are Stem Cells?

Stem cells are the human body’s “master cells“. That is to say they are unique cells in the body that have the ability to develop into many different cell types, including blood, brain, bone, and other organs. Therefore stem cells serve as a repair system for the body. They support and enhance the body’s natural ability to heal itself. 

 

In fact, the human body produces billions of stem cells. Medical research shows that these cells can be collected and relocated to areas of damaged tissue. They can then grow to be new, healthy cells and replace the existing damaged cells.

 

Stem cells can be found in adult body tissue and embryos and is often derived from placenta donations (donated after a healthy C-section). 

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What are the Benefits of Stem Cell Therapy?

Stem cell therapy is a cutting edge non-surgical treatment. It can treat several conditions and offers many benefits, such as: 

In short, stem cell treatment is a revolutionary treatment that has enormous potential! Come in today to find out how it can be a life changer for you!

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