Stem Cell Treatments

Offering the ability to differentiate and develop into various types of specialized cells within the body, stem cells serve as a valuable tool in regenerative medicine and the treatment of a wide range of diseases and conditions. However, as with any other medical treatment, there are potential risks associated with stem cell therapy—but fortunately, these risks may be mitigated by choosing a clinic that uses certified stem cells.

What are certified stem cells?

Certified stem cells are those that comply with the highest quality standards at each stage of the medical use process, from extraction and harvesting to storage and processing to application in the patient. The cells undergo rigorous testing and evaluation to ensure their safety and efficacy. At Rocky Point Stem Cell Clinic, we only use certified stem cells obtained from stem cell banks that have been licensed by COFEPRIS (the Mexican government’s version of the FDA) and laboratories that comply with international guidelines, including ISO standards.

There are several types of certified stem cells, each with its own unique properties and potential applications. To avoid the ethical concerns associated with the use of embryonic stem cells, there has been a growing interest in the use of certified adult stem cells, such as induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs). These are cells that have been reprogrammed into an embryonic-like state that enables them to differentiate into many different cell types.

How are certified stem cells obtained?

The process of obtaining certified stem cells typically begins with the isolation of stem cells from a donor, which can be done using a variety of techniques depending on the type of cell being used. Once the stem cells have been isolated, they are cultured in a specialized environment that promotes their growth and differentiation.

During this process, the stem cells are carefully monitored to ensure their purity and potency. This involves rigorous testing and analysis of the stem cells to confirm that they are free of pathogens and can differentiate into the desired cell types.

Once the stem cells have been certified, they can be used in a variety of medical treatments, including the transplantation of the stem cells into a patient to promote repair and regeneration of damaged or diseased tissues.

Benefits of using certified stem cells

Stem cell therapy has shown promise in the treatment of a wide range of conditions, including arthritis, sports injuries, multiple sclerosis, and spinal cord injuries. In some cases, stem cell therapy can even be used to regenerate entire organs, such as the liver.

One of the key benefits of using certified stem cells in medical treatments is their ability to promote natural healing. Unlike traditional medical treatments that focus on alleviating symptoms, stem cell therapy works by stimulating the body’s natural healing processes to promote tissue regeneration.

Another benefit of using certified stem cells is their low risk of rejection. Because the stem cells are typically derived from the patient’s own body or from a closely matched donor who has undergone rigorous medical screening, there is a lower risk of the body rejecting the transplanted cells.

To learn more about certified stem cells and the procedures we use at Rocky Point Stem Cell Clinic, contact us today!