Tendonitis – Shoulder, Achilles, Elbow, Hip

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Causes of Tendonitis

  • Tendinitis is a condition caused by the repetitive strain or injury of tendons, resulting in pain and inflammation.
  • Common activities such as gardening, painting, throwing ball, pitching, skiing and heavy lifting can all cause tendonitis if proper warm up exercises are not done beforehand.
  • Athletes should be especially careful to take precautionary measures to prevent tendonitis from developing due to overuse or poor warm up habits.
  • Working out in cold temperatures can cause tendonitis, as well as using improper sporting techniques.
  • Poor posture and repetitive awkward positions can also increase the risk of developing tendonitis.
  • Excess weight puts unnecessary pressure on your tendons and could be the cause of tendonitis.
  • Any person is at risk of developing tendonitis, so it’s important to maintain a healthy body mass index (BMI)
  • Start your exercise regimen with a few slow stretches to warm up the muscles.
  • Properly cool down after exercise to avoid any discomfort or injury.
  • Avoid repetitive motions and take regular breaks throughout the day. Include stretch exercises in between to reduce fatigue and pain.

Common Types of Tendonitis

  • Achilles Tendonitis is a common issue causing swelling and discomfort in the Achilles heel. It is important to address this condition in order to prevent further damage and avoid potential ruptures.
  • Lateral Epicondylitis, also known as tennis elbow, is a type of tendonitis commonly found in athletes who play sports such as tennis or conduct repetitive activities. The pain is located outside the elbow area.
  • Rotator cuff tendonitis is a common cause of long-term shoulder pain and discomfort. Without regenerative medicine treatment, the pain can last for 6-18 months. Our product provides an effective solution for addressing this condition and relieving associated symptoms.

Treatment Options for Tendonitis

  • A comprehensive suite of treatment options to address tendonitis.
  • Icing helps reduce inflammation and improve blood flow, while casts, wraps and splints help provide joint relief.
  • Customizable medical solutions tailored to your specific situation. Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications are used to treat pain and swelling. If these do not work, cortisone injections can be used.
  • Surgery is the last resort and involves removing soft tissue to give the tendon enough space to move without irritation.
  • Stem cell therapy can be a viable option for treating tendonitis if other treatments have failed. This treatment harnesses the healing power of stem cells to reduce inflammation and promote tissue regeneration.

Stem Cell Therapy for Tendonitis

  • Cut down recovery time and accelerate tendon repair with platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and stem cell therapy. This treatment has proven to be effective in treating Achilles, hamstring, elbow, biceps and rotator cuff tendons. By utilizing growth factors and proteins produced by PRP along with the regenerative power of stem cells, you can get back to your usual routine faster.
  • R3 Stem Cell’s PRP Therapy and Stem Cell Treatments can help reduce pain from tendonitis and arthritis.
  • Over 75% of patients have experienced significant pain relief, while over 90% of patients have avoided surgery.
  • Get the relief you need with R3 stem cell treatments and PRP therapy

Golfer’s or Tennis Elbow

Golfers elbow and tennis elbow are both forms of tendonitis that cause sharp pain on the elbow area. The main difference between them is that the pain from a golfers elbow is located on the inner side, whereas the pain from a tennis elbow is located on the outer side. Both conditions can be treated with a combination of rest, physical therapy and medication. Tennis elbow is a condition characterized by pain on the outer parts of the elbow, also known as lateral epicondylitis. It can be caused by repetitive use of the wrists and fingers, and is not exclusive to golfers and tennis players. If left unmanaged, it can spread to the forearm and wrist and last for an extended period of time. Symptoms can range from mild to severe, making it difficult to perform everyday tasks.

Risk Factors of Golfers and Tennis Elbow

  • Advanced AI technology to identify the risks of developing golfers or tennis elbow.
  • Ideal for golfers, tennis players, violinists, guitar players, house cleaners and decorators who have a higher risk of developing these conditions.
  • Special attention given to those within the 40 to 60 years age bracket as they are more susceptible to develop the conditions

Preventing Golfers or Tennis Elbow

  • Make sure to take regular breaks throughout the day to avoid overstressing your elbow tendons.
  • Stay aware of your daily activities and tailor them in such a way that you reduce the chances of developing golfers or tennis elbow.
  • Prevention is key, and these tips can help you safeguard yourself from developing such conditions.
  • Reduce your risk of injury and inflammation with a personalized stretching routine.
  • Adapt your technique to reduce the amount of strain on your elbow when playing sports such as tennis.
  • Make sure you don’t use any heavy items such as a heavy tennis racket, as this will cause excess weight on the elbow.

Treatments for Golfer’s and Tennis Elbow

  • Get relief from the discomfort of golfer’s and tennis elbow with one simple treatment. Rest is key to reduce the pressure caused by repetitive motions.
  • Wrapping your elbow in an elastic bandage is a great way to help reduce load and provide some movement.
  • Counterforce bracing helps decrease pressure in the inflamed area while relieving pain, making it an ideal solution for those suffering from either condition.
  • Ice packs help reduce inflammation and provide massage to affected area for improved blood flow.
  • Physical and occupational therapy can be beneficial for relieving pain and inflammation, which includes stretching and strengthening exercises.
  • Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are prescribed to reduce pain, swelling, and stiffness.
  • Cortisone injections are a last resort when OTC medications don’t work, with the potential to provide short term relief of pain and inflammation in the elbow.
  • Shock wave therapy is one of the most effective treatments for certain soft tissue conditions. It uses sound waves to target deep tissue with precision and deliver better results in a much shorter time frame.
  • Surgery is usually seen as an emergency solution. However, with shock wave therapy, there’s no need to go under the knife unless absolutely necessary.

Stem Cell Treatment for Golfer’s or Tennis Elbow

  • Stem cell therapy is a natural healing method that repairs and regenerates tissue injuries with minimal scarring and fast recovery time.
  • Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy utilizes skin stem cells which are injected into the affected area to encourage regeneration.
  • Perfect for golfers or tennis elbow, this revolutionary treatment has been proven effective to heal the tendon without any major side effects.
  • The injections use a combination of platelets and growth factors to stimulate tissue healing.
  • PRP has been clinically proven to be effective in providing relief from pain, such as tennis elbow, and avoiding surgery.
  • Studies published in the American Journal of Sports Medicine have demonstrated positive outcomes with PRP treatments.

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Ligament Sprains

Tendons are the essential connection point between bones and muscles. Tendonitis is the inflammation of any of these tendons, causing pain and limited mobility. Common sites of tendonitis includes the hip, elbow, shoulder, biceps, and Achilles tendons. Our product is designed to provide relief from tendonitis, a painful inflammation of the tendons. The key is in understanding why tendons are more likely to develop inflammation and addressing the underlying cause – poor circulation of blood. Our product is created to help tackle the issue head on and prevent further deterioration of the tendon from occurring.

Causes of Tendonitis

  • Tendonitis is a common condition caused by repetitive motions or injury to the tendons. Activities such as gardening, throwing a ball, heavy lifting, and even skiing can contribute to this condition. Athletes can further increase their risk of tendonitis if they fail to warm up beforehand. Taking the time to warm up properly before exercising can help avoid this painful condition.
  • Exercising in the cold can put additional strain on your tendons, increasing the risk of tendonitis.
  • Poor posture and repeated awkward positions can also contribute to tendonitis.
  • Having excess weight puts extra pressure on your tendons, leading to tendonitis.
  • Tendonitis is a condition that can affect anyone regardless of age or physical fitness, so it’s important to keep your body mass index in a healthy range.
  • Begin each exercise session with slow stretches to warm up your muscles and avoid injury.
  • To prevent tendonitis, make sure to cool down and relax after exercising before engaging in other activities. If you work in a job that requires high levels of repetitive movements, take regular breaks and perform some light stretches to keep your muscles limber.

Common Types of Tendonitis

  • Achilles Tendonitis is a painful and swelling condition of the Achilles heel. With timely treatment, it can be avoided from getting worse.
  • Lateral Epicondylitis is a type of tendonitis that is caused by overuse or repetitive activities. It’s commonly known as tennis elbow because it is often found in tennis players who are repetitively using the same motion with their arms. Pain can be felt outside the elbow area.

Treatment Options for Tendonitis

  • Get the treatment you need for tendonitis with various options available.
  • Icing helps reduce inflammation and increase blood flow to the area, providing relief from pain.
  • Casts, wraps and splints can help stabilize the joint and provide support during recovery.
  • Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medication can be used to reduce pain and swelling, while cortisone injections may be an alternative.
  • Surgery is a last resort and often unnecessary with stem cell therapy, which involves removing the soft tissue so as to give the tendon enough space to move without irritation.
  • Stem cell therapy is a safe and effective way of treating tendon issues without having to resort to surgery.

Stem Cell Therapy for Tendonitis

  • This revolutionary stem cell therapy utilizes platelet-rich plasma combined with stem cells to speed up the healing process of tendon injury.
  • With increased production of proteins and growth factors, this therapy helps tendons regain their structure and strength more effectively. From Achilles to elbow tendons, we have seen successful treatment results in all kinds of tendons.
  • R3 Stem Cell offers leading-edge PRP therapy and stem cell treatments to help with all kinds of tendonitis and arthritis.
  • With over 75% of patients experiencing significant pain relief and over 90% being able to avoid surgery, it’s no wonder why R3 Stem Cell has such a high success rate.


Tendons are the tough, fibrous cords that connect muscles to bones and are essential for movement. Tendonitis occurs when a tendon is inflamed, which can happen in any of the tendons in the body. Common areas of tendon inflammation include the hip, elbow, shoulder, biceps and Achilles tendons. Symptoms such as swelling and pain can be treated with rest and physical therapy. Experience relief from tendonitis and tendinopathy with this revolutionary product! Our innovative technology helps to promote better blood circulation in the watershed zone, reducing the risk of injury and inflammation. With regular use, you can reduce pain and keep your tendons healthy.

Causes of Tendonitis

  • Tendonitis is a common condition caused by overuse or injury to the tendons.
  • Common activities such as gardening, painting, throwing ball and pitching, skiing and even heavy lifting can cause tendonitis if not done properly.
  • Athletes should take extra care in warming up before any physical activity to reduce the risk of developing tendonitis.
  • Working out in cold temperatures can be a risk factor for developing tendonitis.
  • Incorrect sporting techniques, bad posture and repetitive awkward positions can lead to the same issue.
  • Excess weight puts extra pressure on your tendons and could bring about tendonitis. Keep your weight in check to reduce the risk.
  • Tendonitis can affect anyone, no matter their age or fitness level. To reduce risks, it’s important to maintain a healthy BMI and warm up properly before engaging in physical activity.
  • After exercising, it’s essential to cool down properly and take breaks if your job requires repetitive movements. Balance out the strain with stretching exercises for optimal muscle health.

Common Types of Tendonitis

  • Achilles Tendonitis is an inflammatory condition of the tendon, causing swelling and pain in the heel. With proper care, this condition can be managed to avoid more serious consequences.
  • Lateral Epicondylitis, or tennis elbow, is a painful condition that affects people who participate in repetitive activities such as tennis. Pain radiates outside the elbow area and requires therapeutic treatment to alleviate symptoms.
  • Rotator cuff tendonitis is an all-too-common condition that can cause long-term shoulder pain and decreased mobility. Without regenerative medicine treatment, pain can persist for up to 18 months.

Treatment Options for Tendonitis

  • Get the best out of your treatment for tendonitis. Our tailored options allow us to tailor your treatment plan to match the severity of the condition. Reap the benefits of icing, which helps reduce inflammation and increases blood flow in the affected area. Moreover, supportive braces, wraps and splints can be used to provide relief and prevent further aggravation of symptoms.
  • Pain and swelling can be treated with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medication and if these do not work then cortisone injections could be used. Surgery could also be necessary if other treatments seem to fail at treating the problem. Surgery involves removing the soft tissue so as to give the tendon enough space to move with no irritation. It is an absolute last resort and often unnecessary with stem cell therapy.

Stem Cell Therapy for Tendonitis

  • Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) combined with stem cells can provide effective treatment to a variety of tendon injuries, such as those in the Achilles, hamstring, elbow, biceps and rotator cuff tendons.
  • By increasing production of proteins and growth factors along with stem cells, this treatment helps repair and regain structure and strength of the injured tendon.
  • Quicker healing results when compared to traditional methods for tendon injury recovery are expected due to this advanced therapy.


Rheumatoid Arthritis is a chronic condition caused by the body’s own enzymes attacking healthy tissue. This autoimmune inflammatory condition can affect the ankles, feet, knees, elbows, shoulders, wrists and fingers. The synovial membrane which lubricates and protects the joints is destroyed by these enzymes leading to inflammation, swelling and pain. Untreated joint erosion could also occur if left unchecked.

Characteristics of Rheumatoid Arthritis

  • Develops quickly, with symptoms appearing within weeks or months.
  • Both small and large joints are affected in a symmetrical pattern.
  • Systemic symptoms of illness like fatigue are present.

Treatments for Rheumatoid Arthritis

  • Get lasting relief from the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis with the help of carefully researched diets and supplements.
  • Fish oil and curcumin, sourced from turmeric, can reduce inflammation and provide relief from joint pain.
  • Targeted cortisone injections and other medications can be used to treat individual affected joints for more effective symptom management.

Stem Cell Therapy for Rheumatoid Arthritis

  • Stem cell therapy offers a powerful solution to reduce the pain and inflammation associated with rheumatoid arthritis.
  • It is administered directly into the affected joint or intravenously, allowing it to reach even multiple joints and provide maximum relief.
  • This safe and effective treatment shows impressive results in reducing RA symptoms, bringing you back to life with minimum discomfort.

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Osteoarthritis is a degenerative joint disorder that affects joints like the lower back, hands, knees, hips and neck. It is caused by repetitive actions that injure the cartilage cushioning the joints and cause friction between these joints. It can be painful and even lead to immobility if not treated in time.

Characteristics of Degenerative Osteoarthritis

  • Osteoarthritis is a condition that mostly affects people of aging, with symptoms beginning on one side and gradually spreading to the other.
  • Unlike some other conditions, osteoarthritis does not affect the entire body. It is typically confined to certain areas.

Treatments for Degenerative Osteoarthritis

  • Cold and hot packs provide effective relief from pain and inflammation. Physical exercise, especially swimming, helps to soothe aching joints. Muscle strengthening exercises and stretching exercises help to build strength and flexibility. To further enhance pain relief, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs can be prescribed. For more severe cases of pain and inflammation, cortisone injections may help provide additional relief.

Stem Cell Therapy for Degenerative Osteoarthritis

  • Stem cell and platelet-rich plasma therapy are proven to reduce osteoarthritis pain and help preserve cartilage.
  • The latest research from Hospital for Special Surgery provides evidence of their effectiveness.
  • Animal studies have shown impressive results in terms of cartilage restoration, while larger studies will provide more insight into the extent of the potential benefits.

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Osteoporosis is a condition that weakens the bones, making them prone to fractures even with minimal activities. People suffering from this condition can experience breaks and fractures in their spine, wrist and hip bone due to minor impacts. With effective treatment and lifestyle changes, patients can drastically reduce the effects of osteoporosis.

Osteoporosis Causes

  • Osteoporosis is caused by the thinning of bones, with age as a major contributing factor.
  • Our bones naturally lose calcium as we age, and they do not regenerate as they should. This makes them more fragile and prone to fractures.
  • By understanding the root cause of osteoporosis, we can better prevent and manage it to maintain healthy bones.
  • Calcium is a key ingredient in maintaining healthy bones and avoiding bone loss.
  • Low estrogen levels in women after menopause can contribute to the development of osteoporosis as it causes a sharp decrease in calcium absorption.
  • Men with low testosterone levels also have an increased risk of bone loss due to the same effect on calcium absorption.

Osteoporosis Symptoms

  • With early bone loss detection, you can be one step ahead of the condition before it gets too serious.
  • Monitor your height, posture, and bone fractures to identify any changes that could indicate an underlying condition.
  • Be aware of spinal fractures as they may be silent and cause pain if left untreated.

Treating Osteoporosis

  • Comprehensive assessment before starting treatment. Get a full picture of your current health status and age-related bone thinning risks.
  • Develop a tailored plan to keep your bones strong and reduce the risk of fractures. Calcium and Vitamin D supplements combined with lifestyle changes can help you manage osteoporosis symptoms.
  • Follow a healthy, balanced diet with foods rich in calcium such as dairy products, leafy greens and nuts.
  • Incorporate light exercise such as walking or yoga to improve bone strength and keep them healthy.
  • Hormone replacement therapy helps replace estrogen levels that have been depleted due to osteoporosis, helping reduce bone loss.
  • Various medications can also be prescribed to help regulate bone turnover, replace needed nutrients and hormones as well as provide pain relief.

Stem Cell Therapy for Osteoporosis

Stem cell therapy can encourage the regeneration of new bone and connective tissues. This regenerative therapy manipulates stem cells to rebuild and strengthen bones. This actually decreases the risk of bone loss. Stem cell therapy could help reverse the effects of osteoporosis.

Fractures (e.g. Nonunions)

Understand how fractures occur and how to protect yourself against them. Learn the anatomy of bones and joints, as well as how they respond to various levels of stress. Identify risk factors that can increase your chances of suffering a fracture, such as age, lifestyle, and medical history. Discover the symptoms of a fracture and learn when to seek medical attention. Get the latest information on treatment options available for fractures.

Types of Fractures

  • Open, Compound Fracture: A type of break that is more serious due to the bone penetrating and tearing through the skin. The bone may even be visible in the wound. Treatment typically involves setting and immobilizing the bone as well as providing antibiotics to prevent infection.
  • Stable Fracture: A type of fracture where the two parts of the broken bone line up with each other, making it easier for the bones to heal. This type of fracture is less likely to cause further injury or damage.
  • Transverse fractures occur when a bone is broken in two along a horizontal axis. These fractures often require orthopedic intervention to heal, as they can cause misalignments of the bones and other complications. Treatment typically includes immobilization with a cast or splint, as well as physical therapy.
  • Comminuted fractures occur when the bone is shattered into several pieces and there are three or more break points. This type of fracture is often caused by high-impact trauma and can be one of the most difficult to treat, often requiring surgery.
  • Oblique Fracture: A type of bone fracture where the bone breaks at an acute or obtuse angle. It is caused by a combination of torsional and compressive forces acting on the bone, resulting in a fracture line that does not follow the traditional straight line.
  • An impacted fracture is a form of bone injury where two bone ends are knocked together, resulting in a buckle fracture that is most commonly found in arms. This type of fracture can be very painful and may require medical attention.
  • Pathologic Fracture: A type of fracture that is caused by a weakened bone due to underlying diseases like cancer or osteoporosis. It can occur with minimal force or trauma to the affected area. Early diagnosis and treatment is important as it can help reduce the risk of further complications.

Signs of a Fracture

  • Be aware of swelling and bruising on the affected area, as these are the first signs of a possible fracture.
  • In some cases, the area could become deformed if not treated immediately.
  • Pain is usually a reliable indicator of a fracture; it usually worsens when pressure is applied or when moving.
  • Loss of function is a key indicator of a fracture, which can leave the affected limb or area unable to be used.
  • Open fractures are easily identifiable as the broken bone may protrude through the skin.

Complications Brought About By Fractures

  • Fractures come with a range of possible complications, from local to systemic. Local complications can include vascular injury, wound infections, visceral injury and tissue damage. Systemic complications that may arise are shock, thromboembolism, pneumonia and the worsening of an already existing disease.
  • Delayed recovery, joint stiffness, contractures, malunion and nonunion can occur months after the fracture.
  • Surgery may be necessary to correct a nonunion fracture if it does not heal on its own.
  • Stem cell therapy may offer a solution by helping the fracture heal more quickly and effectively.

Stem Cell Therapy for Fractures

  • Stem cell therapy has been scientifically proven to be highly effective in treating nonunion fractures, which are fractures that do not heal even after receiving standard medical treatment.
  • Studies conducted at the 93rd Annual Endocrine Society Meeting and Molecular Therapy have presented evidence on the efficacy of stem cells in speeding up recovery from broken bones.
  • Stem cells enhanced with bone regenerative hormones could help repair fractured bones that refuse to heal normally.
  • A revolutionary new therapy that provides the potential to replace or supplement traditional surgery, with the potential to significantly reduce recovery time and cost. Utilizing stem cells sourced from the patient, this therapy is a safe and effective alternative that helps to heal fractures without resorting to surgery.

Cartilage Defects

Cartilage defects occur in the knee joint due to trauma or injury, as well as conditions like osteonecrosis or osteochondritis. These defects are not the same as arthritis and can cause severe pain and limited range of motion if left untreated. In order to prevent further damage, it is important to seek medical treatment early on, so that any cartilage defect can be adequately addressed. Cartilage defects can lead to ligament and meniscal injuries, especially in people with arthritis. Traditional treatments for these issues are often not viable due to their increased risk of causing further harm. To address this, innovative new treatments leveraging the latest medical breakthroughs have been developed to offer an effective solution for those in need.

Identifying Cartilage Defects

  • Recognize the varying symptoms of cartilage damage, ranging from pain and swelling to joint locking.
  • Be aware of the risk of muscle wastage and weakening due to cartilage injury.
  • Take preventive measures to keep your joints functioning properly and reduce the risk of cartilage damage.
  • Advanced scanning techniques to precisely identify cartilage damage.
  • MRI and X-ray scans may not always reveal the injury, but our technology can detect even subtle changes in the knee cartilage.
  • Early diagnosis of cartilage damage reduces the risk of irreversible damage and associated complications.
  • Accurate diagnosis of cartilage defects in their early stages is made possible with advanced imaging tools.
  • Arthroscopy is the gold standard when it comes to identifying the presence of cartilage defects, providing the highest accuracy and reliability.
  • Cartilage defects are categorized into four grades according to their severity, ranging from Grade 0 (healthy and normal cartilage) to Grade 4 (torn cartilage exposing the underlying bone).
  • Grade 1 defects present with blisters and soft spots, while Grade 2 have visible minor tears.
  • Grade 3 cartilage defects frequently present as lesions and deep crevices, affecting about 50% of the cartilage.
  • The worst type of defect is grade 4, where the cartilage is torn to an extent that exposes the underlying bone.
  • Accurately measure the size of cartilage defects to determine their extent, with small defects being less than two centimeters squared.
  • The location of the defect is also an important factor, as it can influence the repair options available.

Treatment Options for Cartilage Defects

  • Start with conservative treatments to treat cartilage defects such as OTC/prescription medication, physical therapy and cortisone injections.
  • Introduce more advanced treatments like microfracture which stimulates the cartilage’s growth to repair damaged areas.
  • Cartilage transfer is a procedure where healthy cartilage is removed and replaced in the damaged area to aid in the healing process. Cartilage implantation is an innovative treatment option where lab-produced cartilage cells are implanted into the joint to help repair and regenerate tissue. Both methods have been proven to be successful for some patients.

Stem Cell Therapy for Cartilage Defects

  • Stem cell therapy is a potential treatment for repairing cartilage defects like those found in osteoarthritis and knee articular cartilage defects.
  • Recent studies conducted by the Hospital for Special Surgery show that Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy could be effective in helping to repair moderate knee arthritis due to cartilage degradation in more than three fourths of patients.
  • While this treatment is still experimental, it has shown great promise in helping to improve the quality of cartilage in patients with these types of conditions.
  • An animal study recently published in Stem Cells shows promising results for the injection of stem cells into knees with large cartilage defects.
  • These results, when seen in conjunction with the HSS study, indicate that patients may be able to avoid surgery and have their pain relieved and cartilage restored not only for cartilage defects of the knee but also other extremity joints such as hips, shoulders, ankles, wrists and elbows.

Degenerative Disc Disease

Degenerative disc disease (DDD) is not a disease, but rather an umbrella term describing certain changes in the spinal discs. DDD usually occurs in the cervical and lumbar regions of the spine, although any area can be affected. Contrary to its name, DDD is not degenerative; it is actually a condition that can improve with appropriate treatments such as physical therapy or medications. With age, discs naturally degenerate and this process is called degenerative disc disease. Although the condition can worsen over time, usually it gets better with time and proper treatment. It’s important to remember that not all cases of disc degeneration cause back pain or other symptoms and that the degree of degeneration varies greatly from person to person.

Causes of Degenerative Disc Disease

  • Degenerative disc disease is caused by a variety of factors, including reduced disc fluid which can lead to narrower, thinner discs and cracks and tears on the annulus or capsule.
  • This can reduce flexibility in the spinal cord and create an increased risk of developing this condition.
  • Disc nucleus is prone to pour out or even rapture into fragments due to cracks caused by age or injury.
  • Age-related degeneration can cause disc damage and lead to disc bulging or rupture.
  • Traumatic accidents may also be responsible for degenerative disc disease.
  • Lower back pain is one of the most common symptoms of degenerative disc disease. It may begin as a mild ache but can become severe and more frequent over time. This pain is usually heightened when seated and can be aggravated by bending, lifting items, and twisting.

Degenerative Disc Disease: Treatment Options

  • Our treatment plan for degenerative disc disease offers a range of options, from mild to more extensive measures. We assess the severity of your condition and suggest the best approach that works for your needs.
  • Physical therapy and exercise provide relief from pain and pressure, allowing discs to receive vital nutrients.
  • Heat and ice can reduce inflammation and stimulate blood flow to promote natural healing.
  • Combined, these methods create a comprehensive approach to treating disc problems and relieving pain.
  • A wide range of medications available to help alleviate back pain, such as prescription drugs and epidural steroid injections
  • Chiropractic manual manipulation can reduce pressure on the nerves and back tissue, providing relief from pain
  • Surgery may be recommended as a last resort for certain cases of chronic or severe back pain.

Stem Cell Therapy for Degenerative Disc Disease

  • Stem cell research is providing a promising avenue for managing degenerative disc disease. This treatment option has already been made available and can enable reversal of the aging process that happens in discs.
  • Stem cells have the potential to work in two directions – to prevent further degeneration and renew the affected disc too. Transplanted stem cells can transition into disc cells, further transforming into new disc tissue, thus reversing damage.


Diabetes Mellitus – Type 1 and 2

Diabetes mellitus, commonly known as Diabetes, is a group of metabolic diseases in which the patient experiences abnormally high levels of blood sugar. It can be caused by either a lack of insulin production or when body cells reject the insulin produced. Without proper treatment and management, this condition could lead to serious health complications. Type 1 Diabetes is an autoimmune disorder. It occurs when the body’s own immune system mistakenly attacks and destroys insulin-producing cells in the pancreas. This type of diabetes requires insulin injections to control glucose levels. Type 2 Diabetes is a metabolic disorder where the body either does not produce enough insulin or is unable to use the insulin it produces effectively. This type of diabetes can be managed through diet, exercise, and oral medications. Gestational Diabetes affects pregnant women whose bodies cannot produce enough insulin to control blood sugar levels during pregnancy, leading to high blood sugar levels.

Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus

  • Type 1 Diabetes is an autoimmune condition caused by the body’s immune system mistakenly attacking and destroying the insulin-producing cells in the pancreas. As a result, the body is unable to produce enough insulin to regulate blood sugar levels. It requires careful management through medications, diet and lifestyle modifications in order to minimize symptoms and long-term complications.
  • Type 1 Diabetes is a condition wherein the body’s immune system attacks and destroys the cells that produce insulin. This makes it difficult to regulate blood sugar levels and can lead to serious health issues. It is a serious medical condition that affects both adults and children, but it is important to note that it can often be managed with proper medications, dietary changes, and regular exercise. With proper care, those affected by type 1 Diabetes can lead a normal life.

Type 2 Diabetes

  • Type 2 Diabetes has become the most common form of Diabetes, affecting 90% of those living with blood sugar disorder.
  • This type of Diabetes is typically caused by either a lack of insulin production or resistance to insulin.
  • Unfortunately, type 2 Diabetes is progressive and worsens over time. Early detection and treatment are essential for managing the condition and preventing potential complications later in life.
  • Type 2 Diabetes is a metabolic disorder that affects the body’s ability to produce or use insulin.
  • People who are overweight, age-related, or from African, South Asian and Middle Eastern descents have a higher risk of developing type 2 Diabetes.
  • To manage type 2 Diabetes, it is important to maintain a healthy lifestyle by actively losing weight and exercising regularly, as well as monitoring blood sugar levels closely.

Stem Cell Therapy for Diabetes

  • An innovative stem cell therapy that has been proven to successfully reverse type 1 Diabetes in a study of 23 patients with no known cure.
  • Stem cell transplants have the potential to reset the immune system, halting the attack on the pancreas and reversing Diabetes.
  • Exciting new research that offers hope for millions of people suffering from this condition.
  • Patients with type 2 Diabetes could now get relief from stem cell therapy.
  • Clinical trials in India showed that bone marrow derived stem cells could reduce the need for insulin injection medication, providing a more natural and non-invasive approach to managing the condition.

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COPD is a group of long-term diseases that affect the lungs and block airflow, making it difficult to breathe. It’s progressive in nature, meaning it gradually worsens over time. Patients are increasingly dependent on medications and treatments to manage the symptoms. COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) is one of the leading causes of death in the US, claiming over 120,000 lives every year. It is characterized by a gradual destruction of air sacs in the lungs and inflammation in the bronchial tube linings. Though damages caused by COPD are irreversible, appropriate treatments can help control further damage.

COPD Symptoms

  • COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder) symptoms can be debilitating and prevent you from performing everyday tasks.
  • Wheezing, shortness of breath, chest tightness, mucus buildup in the lungs and a chronic cough can all be signs of COPD.
  • Other symptoms to watch for include recurrent respiratory infections, cyanosis, fatigue and weight loss.
  • COPD is a progressive condition, and as it worsens, symptoms like breathlessness, coughing, and wheezing become worse.
  • Patients may experience sudden exacerbations or flare-ups of their symptoms periodically.

COPD Causes

  • Exposure to fumes from cooking, heating, or burning can be linked to COPD.
  • Smoking is a major COPD cause, with around 20 percent of chronic smokers likely to develop the condition.
  • COPD is often misdiagnosed as it can manifest itself in less complex lung conditions.
  • COPD is a serious disease caused by genetic disorders which leads to low levels of alpha-1-antitrypsin (AAt). AAt is produced in the liver and protects the lungs.
  • Age is a major risk factor when it comes to COPD, with symptoms usually arising between 35 and 40 years of age.
  • Early diagnosis and treatment can help to slow down its progress.
  • Be aware of occupational risks that could lead to COPD.
  • Air-borne exposure to chemicals, fumes and dust can harm your lungs and increase your risk of developing COPD.
  • Protect yourself from hazardous work environments by taking the necessary safety precautions.

COPD Treatments

  • Combat COPD symptoms with a tailored approach – harness the power of lifestyle changes to make the biggest impact.
  • Stop lung damage in its tracks with preventive measures and learn how to manage your condition better.
  • Achieve optimal health and reclaim your life with targeted, evidence-based treatments.
  • Bronchodilators to help relax the airway muscles, making breathing easier and reducing flare-ups.
  • Inhaled steroids to work in combination with bronchodilators for better results.
  • Pulmonary rehabilitation to help COPD patients improve their lung function and quality of life.
  • Flu shots and pneumococcal vaccines as preventative measures against infections that can worsen COPD symptoms.
  • Oxygen therapy, bullectomy and lung volume reduction surgery as last resort measures when other treatments haven’t worked.

COPD Stem Cell Treatment

  • Stem cell therapy is a revolutionary new way to treat COPD. It uses regenerative medicine, a safe and natural method, to restore tissues and improve lung function. Results from studies show that it can effectively reduce the symptoms of COPD, making it an attractive option for those with the condition.
  • Stem cell therapy has the potential to revolutionize COPD treatment. Introduce adult stem cells to differentiate healthy cells and improve lung functioning.
  • Stimulate the formation of new capillaries and trigger tissue repair for more effective care.
  • Could be a long-term solution for COPD, decreasing inflammation and producing healthy lung cells with stem cells.

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Hepatitis B and C

Understand the condition of hepatitis and its impact on the body. Learn about the symptoms, causes, diagnosis, treatments and how to heal naturally. Gain insight into how it affects the liver and its wide range of important functions. Acute hepatitis is a less severe form of the virus, lasting up to six months while chronic hepatitis can last much longer. There are three types of hepatitis: A, B and C. Each type manifests differently and has different causes. Hepatitis A is caused by consuming infected food or water, and is the least complex form with most people able to get cured. Hepatitis B and C are more severe, affecting an estimated 250 million globally for C, and 300 million for B.

Hepatitis B

  • Hepatitis B is contracted through the exchange of blood or other bodily fluids, making sexual contact and sharing of personal items such as toothbrushes and razors risk factors.
  • The virus can also be transmitted from mother to child at birth, but modern medicine has made this preventable.
  • Knowing the ways in which it is spread can be important when looking to prevent contracting the virus.
  • Casual contact with someone who has hepatitis B won’t cause you to contract the virus.
  • Symptoms may take a long time to manifest and can be mistaken for other illnesses, so it is important to get tested if you suspect that you may have contracted hepatitis B.
  • To accurately diagnose hepatitis B, a blood test must be conducted and in some cases, a liver biopsy may be needed if your doctor suspects liver damage.
  • A potentially life-threatening virus, hepatitis B can cause a range of symptoms such as fever, nausea, abdominal pain, fatigue and joint aches.
  • Severe cases can result in jaundice and even cancer of the liver. Early diagnosis is crucial for successful treatment.

Hepatitis C

  • Be aware of the risk of contracting this sneaky virus through blood contact and sharing of needles. Though there is not much evidence linking sexual contact to the virus yet, it still increases the risk. Take necessary precautions and be safe.
  • Hepatitis C is a contagious disease that can cause serious damage to the liver. Common symptoms include fatigue, dark urine, jaundice, sore muscles, joint and belly aches.
  • In some cases, the infection may go unnoticed for years. The only way to know for sure if you have it is through blood tests or routine medical checkups.

Preventing Hepatitis B and C

  • Prevent infection before it happens with simple but effective measures. Hepatitis C cannot be spread through casual contact, making it much easier to avoid than other infections.
  • Avoid sharing personal items and practice safe sex to minimize the risks.
  • Mothers infected with hepatitis C can medically prevent transmission of the virus to their unborn children.

Stem Cell Therapy for Hepatitis B and C

  • Stem cells therapy is a promising new treatment for hepatitis B and C, as research has shown that it can help regenerate the function of the liver.
  • Human stem cells were used on mice in this research, and the results showed that they could regenerate the liver to function normally and increase survival rates.
  • This could be an effective new way to treat hepatitis B and C, if further research confirms these findings.

Kidney or Heart Failure

An uninterrupted flow of oxygen-rich blood is essential for the healthy functioning of heart muscles. Blockage in an artery can lead to a heart attack or congestive heart failure, causing the lack of adequate blood supply to parts of the heart and leading to necrosis (death) of the affected area. Scar tissue formation occurs as a result of damage due to necrosis, eventually leading to irreversible heart failure. Explore the potential of stem cell therapy for treating serious heart conditions. With end-stage heart failure, patients have few options for treatment and this new technology may provide a solution to those with limited options. Scientists are evaluating the use of stem cells to help restore the weakened heart and pump adequate blood to meet the body’s requirements.

How do stem cells treat heart conditions?

  • This revolutionary stem cell treatment can repair damaged heart tissue and help restore it to optimal functioning.
  • By injecting stem cells into the heart, the body is given a chance to regenerate and heal itself, resulting in a healthier cardiovascular system with improved blood flow.
  • With this new therapy, medications can be reduced or eliminated altogether, allowing patients to return to their normal lifestyle.
  • Leverage the power of stem cell technology to regenerate damaged heart muscle and improve ejection fraction.
  • Insert stem cells into the heart easily and painlessly via a tiny catheter.
  • Reap the benefits of amniotic stem cell therapy with IV infusion. Quick, safe, and effective.

What does the research show?

  • The cells can be obtained from the patient’s own bone marrow or heart tissue, making it a safe and effective treatment option.
  • Studies have shown that stem cell therapy can reduce the risk of death, hospitalization and heart failure symptoms by up to 37% over a 12-month evaluation period for patients with severe end-stage heart failure.
  • Stem cell therapy was used to effectively treat damaged heart tissue, encouraging the growth of cardiomyocytes and endothelial cells.
  • Cells formed from the injected stem cells were found in the damaged tissue, proving its efficacy.

Which types of stem cells can be used to treat heart conditions?

  • Adipose tissue, heart tissue and bone marrow derived adult stem cells provide a powerful tool for regenerative medicine.

Donated stem cells from umbilical cord blood are thoroughly screened for infectious diseases according to the highest international standards.

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Fatty Liver, Liver Insufficiency

The liver is a powerful organ that works hard to keep our bodies healthy, from eliminating toxins from the blood to aiding digestion and storing energy. When it gets sick, the consequences can be dire, as it may be unable to perform its vital functions. Liver diseases range from the hepatitis range of viruses to cancer and hemochromatosis which is a genetic disease. With effective diagnosis and treatment, however, many of these diseases are manageable. Unparalleled protection with maximum liver coverage. 75% of the liver has to be affected before its normal functioning is impaired, providing the ideal shield against any unnoticed diseases. Advanced warning system that can detect diseases in their early stages, allowing for a head start on treatment and prevention.

Causes of Liver Disease

  • Liver diseases can arise from a variety of causes, ranging from viral infections to the infiltration of abnormal cells. Hepatitis, caused by inflammation in the liver, is one of the most prominent causes. Excess minerals and chemicals can also lead to damage and deterioration of liver health.
  • Cholelithiasis is a common cause of liver disease, caused by the obstruction of bile flow.
  • Triglycerides and cholesterol can also accumulate in the liver, leading to health complications.
  • Alcohol abuse is one of the leading causes of liver disease in North America, resulting in conditions such as alcoholic hepatitis, fatty liver and cirrhosis. Severe cases may lead to multi-system organ failure.
  • Overdose of certain drugs and medicines, such as Panadol and Tylenol, can lead to liver inflammation.
  • Statin medications, niacin and other cholesterol controlling agents can also cause liver damage.
  • Infections from various forms of hepatitis, hemachromatosis, congestive heart failure or blood flow irregularities may also lead to liver injury.
  • Genetic diseases such as Wilson’s disease or Child Pugh A and B can lead to significant liver damage and failure. Early detection is key, so it is important to get regular checkups in order to identify these conditions as soon as possible. This can help prevent serious complications and improve treatment options.

Liver Disease Symptoms

  • Liver disease can present itself in many ways, including nausea, vomiting, jaundice, fatigue, weight loss and abdominal pains.
  • Regular medical checkups are crucial to monitor the progress of any liver disease and to diagnose the condition early on.
  • Stem cell therapy is a promising form of treatment for liver disease that helps alleviate its symptoms and improve overall health.

Diagnosis of Liver Disease

  • Carefully conducted diagnostic tests to uncover the underlying cause of your medical condition.
  • Get a full medical history checkup and physical exam to ensure accuracy of diagnosis.
  • Blood tests help determine inflammation and organ function for an accurate diagnosis.
  • Imaging machines such as MRI, CT scan and ultrasound are used to identify liver damage.
  • Liver biopsy is considered when extensive damage is suspected and involves removing a small amount of liver tissue sample. This procedure is conducted under local anesthetic.
  • The results of the imaging machines and liver biopsy can help diagnose the extent of damage present in the liver.

Stem Cell Therapy for Liver Disease

  • The liver is capable of regeneration, but its ability is subject to its available energy.
  • Liver transplants are in high demand, yet there are a limited number of organs available for transplantation in the US.
  • Stem cell therapy provides an alternative solution to the problem of liver disease and can offer a powerful treatment option for those affected.
  • Stem cell therapy is a revolutionary breakthrough in the field of medical sciences. It has the potential to cure liver damage and other diseases that have been out of reach of conventional treatments.
  • Recent studies have shown promising results, with mice having increased survivability after undergoing stem cell therapy.
  • Harnessed stem cells can produce countless hepatocytes which can be transplanted to regenerate the liver, making it a viable option for treating liver failure.

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Peripheral Artery Disease

Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) is a medical condition that affects millions of Americans, resulting in reduced blood flow to the legs, pelvis and other extremities. PAD can be a warning sign of atherosclerosis, where fats build up and block artery walls – leading to serious health complications. Early diagnosis and treatment is essential to improving outcomes for those suffering from PAD.

Symptoms of Peripheral Artery Disease

  • This condition is often symptomless or only exhibits mild symptoms, such as intermittent claudication which is characterized by pain while walking, cramping and muscle pain in the legs, arms as well as calf pain.
  • However it can be easily managed or treated if diagnosed and monitored early on.
  • Sores on the legs, feet and toes which refuse to heal may be a sign of peripheral artery disease.
  • Look out for color changes in the legs, cold sensations on one leg, slow toenail growth, hair loss on the legs and shiny skin on the legs.
  • Check for weak or no pulse in your legs or feet and erectile dysfunction in men.
  • Progression of peripheral artery disease (PAD) can cause pain even while resting or lying down and the pain can be severe enough to interfere with sleep.
  • Individuals with diabetes, those aged 70, smokers, and those with elevated homocysteine levels should consider screening for PAD.
  • Homocysteine is a protein that assists with building and maintaining tissue; it’s important to keep levels in check when concerned about PAD.
  • Keep track of your blood pressure and cholesterol levels to reduce the risk of developing serious conditions such as heart disease. High blood pressure and high cholesterol are linked to increased risk of stroke, heart attack, and other cardiovascular issues. Regular checkups can help keep these factors under control for a healthier lifestyle.

Causes of Peripheral Artery Disease

  • Peripheral artery disease (PAD) is caused by atherosclerosis, a condition in which fat deposits form and clog up the arteries. This inhibits proper flow of blood and can affect not just the heart, but other arteries in the body such as those in the limbs. Other causes of PAD include injury, inflammation of the blood vessels, radiation exposure, and muscle and ligament formation.

Treatment of Peripheral Artery Disease

  • Manage the symptoms and progression of peripheral artery disease with easy lifestyle modifications such as quitting smoking.
  • Lower cholesterol levels, high blood pressure and control blood sugar levels with medications tailored to your specific needs.
  • Benefit from precise treatments and start feeling better soon.
  • Medication to reduce blood clots, increase blood flow and provide symptom relief is often prescribed as a form of treatment.
  • Angioplasty is a catheter-based procedure that unclogs arteries and helps treat PAD.
  • Bypass surgery and thrombolytic therapy are other potential treatment options for PAD.
  • Exercise plays an integral role in effective PAD treatment and should be pursued alongside other treatments.

Stem Cell Therapy for Peripheral Artery Disease

  • Stem cell therapy is showing promising results in treating peripheral artery disease. Bone marrow derived stem cells could help create new blood vessels in the affected area, providing relief from this painful condition.
  • Research studies conducted on animal models have been highly successful, with the animals showing improved production of new blood vessels in their legs. This is an indication that stem cell treatments could be effective in reducing limb amputation due to peripheral artery disease.


Headaches & Migraines & Occipital Neuralgia

Headaches come in a variety of forms and may have different symptoms and causes. Symptom based headaches include tension headaches, migraines and cluster headaches. Secondary headache disorders are caused by injury, substance abuse and withdrawal, among other things.

Difference between Headaches and Migraines

  • Understand the difference between headaches and migraines with ease. Learn how to identify and treat each type of headache.
  • Discover the common causes of headaches, such as injury, tension or ailments like flu.
  • Get informed on causes and treatments for both migraine and headache types.
  • Migraines are throbbing headaches mainly felt on one side of the head.
  • Accompanied by nausea, vomiting, and light & noise sensitivity.
  • Longer lasting than regular headaches and with periods of relief in between.
  • Could be triggered by hormonal or lifestyle factors.

Symptoms of Headaches and Migraines

  • Recognize different types of headaches and the associated symptoms.
  • Tension headaches are mild to moderate and have a pressure-like feeling on the temples, forehead, and top of the head.
  • Chronic headaches can be prolonged and vary in intensity.
  • Headaches can be mild to severe, and can cause symptoms such as muscle aches, tiredness, difficulty concentrating, irritability, and difficulty sleeping.
  • Migraines are similar to headaches but tend to be moderate to severe. They often shift from one side of the head to the other. Patients may experience blurred vision, loss of appetite, nausea, abdominal pain, dizziness and bright flashes; in rare cases they may also develop a fever.

Treatment of Headaches and Migraines

  • Quick and easy headache management with the help of over-the-counter medications.
  • For migraine prevention, acute treatment and rescue treatment, you have three efficient options to choose from.
  • Preventative care to reduce the frequency of migraine attacks, while acute and rescue treatments help address the issue when it arises.
  • Alleviate headaches and migraines with mechanical pain relief, such as applying heat or cold packs on the headache area.
  • Target pulse points to provide relief by applying pressure.
  • Enjoy massage or reflexology sessions to reduce pain from headaches.
  • Try out biofeedback and Botox injections for long-term relief from migraines.

Stem Cell Therapy for Headaches and Migraines

  • Offers relief for migraine patients through stem cell therapy.
  • Injected into the body via an intra-arterial manner to ensure higher concentration directly reaches the brain.
  • Stem cells naturally develop into healthy blood cells which replace the unhealthy ones, creating a more balanced system.
  • A great alternative to traditional treatments, providing a more natural and effective solution.

Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s disease is a neurological disorder that affects the control of muscles, often leading to trembling of the hands and impaired balance. As a progressive disorder, it can worsen with age and lead to increased stiffness, slower movements, difficulty performing everyday tasks and excessive trembling. Parkinson’s is a progressive neurological disorder that leads to problems with movement, balance, coordination and other abilities. It affects more than 5 million people globally and primarily impacts those over the age of 60, though it can affect younger people too. With life expectancy increasing worldwide, the number of people suffering from Parkinson’s is expected to rise in the coming years.

Causes of Parkinson’s Disease

  • The real cause of Parkinson’s disease remains largely a mystery, with researchers pointing to the contribution of several factors.
  • Genes play a major role, with some having higher likelihood of developing the disease. However, cases of multiple family members being affected by Parkinson’s are rare and not common.
  • In Parkinson’s-related research, Lewy bodies are usually the main focus due to their presence in the brain cells of individuals with the disease. There have been various substances found in Lewy bodies, however a-synuclein protein could be the major contributor.

Parkinson’s Disease Complications

  • Parkinson’s disease is characterized by a wide range of complications in addition to the loss of muscle control. These include dementia, bladder problems, sexual dysfunction and constipation due to a slowed digestion system. Additionally, sleep disorder and emotional changes may also be experienced.

Treatments for Parkinson’s Disease

  • This condition is not curable, however, there are treatments available to manage the symptoms and improve the patient’s quality of life.
  • Adopting a healthier lifestyle with regular exercise can help keep the symptoms under control and maintain balance. Doctors recommend lifestyle changes to aid recovery.

Stem Cell Therapy for Parkinson’s Disease

  • Harness the power of stem cells to tap into a new source of cells for the brain which can help us better understand various diseases.
  • Induced pluripotent (iPS) stem cells, sourced from adult skin cells, can produce neurons which can be injected into the brain with no rejection seen.

Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s is a progressive brain disorder that causes deterioration of cognitive and behavioral functions, eventually leading to death. It is the most common form of dementia and the sixth leading cause of death in the US. Every 70 seconds, someone in America develops Alzheimer’s disease, with the death toll rising 68 percent from 2000 to 2010. There is currently no cure for this devastating condition. Alzheimer’s is a debilitating and incurable illness that affects millions of people in the United States. With a wide range of potential causes yet to be identified, the disease remains largely mysterious. The majority of those with Alzheimer’s are over 65, making it an especially complex issue for seniors and their families.

Signs of Alzheimer’s

  • Comprehensive diagnostic methods to identify Alzheimer’s.
  • Detect memory loss, disorientation, forgetfulness and other signs of the disease.
  • Be aware of mood swings and behavioral changes, poor judgment, difficulty with abstract thinking and more.
  • Monitor personality changes, lack of initiative and difficulty performing normal tasks.
  • Identify problems understanding familiar language.
  • An effective medical diagnosis tool that utilizes a comprehensive set of criteria to assess cognitive decline and detect any potential brain diseases in order to accurately diagnose Alzheimer’s disease. The clinical progressions are closely monitored for consistency with the disease for reliable results.

Alzheimer’s Risk Factors

  • Scientists are still searching for the exact cause of brain cell degeneration, but with age comes an increased risk of developing Alzheimer’s.
  • One in four people aged 85 and over have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, making it the most common form of dementia.
  • Genetics can also play a role in developing Alzheimer’s and approximately 7% of cases are gene-related.
  • Down’s Syndrome is a genetic disorder that comes with an increased risk of developing Alzheimer’s.
  • Gender could also be a factor, as women are more likely to develop Alzheimer’s than men.
  • Other clinical conditions such as depression, obesity, stroke and heart disease have been found to increase the chances of developing Alzheimer’s.

Complications Related to Alzheimer’s

  • Food Stem Cell Therapy for Alzheimer’s Disease helps reduce the risk of developing further complications, such as pneumonia.
  • In patients with Alzheimer’s, swallowing food can be difficult, leading to food particles entering the lungs and causing pneumonia.
  • Food Stem Cell Therapy for Alzheimer’s works to reduce this risk by improving the patient’s ability to swallow properly, helping ensure that food goes down the correct pathway and not into the lungs.
  • Our product is designed to prevent urinary tract infections brought about by catheter use.
  • For those with Alzheimer’s, our product helps reduce the risk of injury and provide quality sleep.

Alzheimer’s Care

  • Specialized care for Alzheimer’s patients to help make their daily lives easier.
  • Constant monitoring of the patient and home safety is a priority to ensure the patient’s well-being.
  • Various types of medication, sensory therapy and alternative medicine provided to help maintain a better quality of life.
  • Affordable pricing so that you don’t have to worry about cost while providing care for your loved one.

Stem Cell Therapy for Alzheimer’s

  • Utilizing adult stem cells could potentially be a major breakthrough in the prevention and treatment of Alzheimer’s.
  • Current studies are being conducted by the NYSCF Research Institute to better understand how these stem cells can help scientists understand Alzheimer’s degeneration.
  • This research has the potential to provide key insights that could lead to a cure for this debilitating disease.
  • Experience real results with the latest breakthrough in Stem Cell Therapy for Alzheimer’s Disease.
  • Human neural stem cells or human adult mesenchymal stem cells offer unprecedented potential for improved cognitive function and increased neurogenesis, even in aged animals.
  • Witness first hand how this treatment can lead to a brighter future for those suffering from this debilitating condition.

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Post-Stroke Rehabilitation

At the hospital, rehabilitation begins with a tailored program that is based on the patient’s individual needs. Outpatient therapy centers provide professional and close follow-up for recovery and progress monitoring. Rehabilitative hospitals offer a comprehensive approach to stroke recovery, including physical, occupational and speech therapy. Home therapy can be an effective way to recover from a stroke with personalized care from a professional therapist who visits your home regularly. A unique care program that helps restore and improve daily living activities of patients who have suffered from stroke and other neurological conditions. Aiming to help patients become independent, regain control of their life, and achieve a sense of dignity through the accomplishment of everyday tasks. An effective treatment plan designed to maximize individual’s potential for recovery.

What to Expect with Post- Stroke Rehabilitation

  • Customized rehabilitative activities tailored to individual needs and abilities.
  • Mobility training to teach survivors how to walk again and regain strength.
  • Comprehensive care that takes into account the unique circumstances of each patient.
  • Targeted exercises are designed to improve range of motion and reduce any stiffness.
  • Forced use therapy encourages the body to re-learn its motor skills and regain full functionality.
  • Electrical stimulation helps activate muscles that may have weakened.
  • Explore the cutting edge of rehabilitation with virtual reality and robotic technology for more comprehensive treatments.

When Should Post-Stroke Rehabilitation Begin and How Long Does It Last?

  • Get on the road to recovery right away with advanced rehabilitation techniques.
  • Minimize your risk of another stroke by undertaking immediate rehabilitation.
  • Tailored rehabilitation plans and duration based on individual needs and severity of stroke.

Stem Cell Therapy for Post-Stroke Rehabilitation

  • Stem cell therapy is a revolutionary medical treatment that has been proven to regenerate body cells, leading to healthier tissue.
  • Research indicates that brain stem cells could possibly be used in treating strokes, improving its symptoms.
  • This type of therapy helps protect the brain during a stroke, and accelerates the healing process.

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Autism is a group of conditions with symptoms ranging from mild to severe, affecting the development and functioning of the brain. Early diagnosis is key in providing support and intervention for children with autism. With timely understanding and care, parents can empower their child to live a happier, healthier life. Autism is a condition that affects both children and adults and has no available cure. Early diagnosis and treatment are necessary to ensure that those affected enjoy a better quality of life. Recent statistics show that the rate of autism is increasing, with an estimated 2 million affected individuals in the U.S alone. This number has seen a 17 percent increase in recent years, raising awareness of this condition and reminding us of its prevalence.

What kind of stem cells are used for autism treatment?

  • R3 Stem Cell International uses the highest quality umbilical cord tissue stem cells, collected in an ethical way from consented women undergoing scheduled c-section.
  • Rest assured that no embryonic stem cells are used in the treatment. As our biologics have never resulted in any adverse events and are very safe.
  • The stem cell biologic works in various ways: helps reduce inflammation, immunomodulation, new blood vessel formation and cell to cell communication.
  • Take advantage of the powerful benefits of exosomes derived from stem cells, which can reduce inflammation and promote cell rejuvenation.
  • Ethically sourced to ensure the highest quality product.
  • Unleash a new level of health and wellness at an affordable price.

Is the biologic used safe?

  • Carefully sourced biologics to ensure the highest standard of safety and quality. Rigorous vetting procedures to guarantee that the lab surpasses FDA standards in the US.
  • Each product comes with a Quality Assurance certificate to provide detailed information on infectious disease testing, culture details and stem cell viability

Is there a chance of rejection of the stem cells?

  • R3 Stem Cell International’s proprietary technology has been used in hundreds of cases with no rejection reactions.
  • The umbilical cord stem cells are “immune privileged,” meaning that they don’t provoke any kind of reaction. The exosomes also maintain this characteristic, eliminating the chances of an allergic reaction.
  • No preservatives needed, so you can trust that you’re getting a safe and effective treatment.

How many stem cells are used?

  • Autism treatment with R3 Mexico utilizes stem cell therapy and exosome therapy for maximum effectiveness.
  • The stem cell treatments are weight based and offer up to 200 million viable stem cells in a single session.
  • Cost effective and efficient care is our priority, with 2 program options available to suit your needs.

Why are multiple treatments necessary?

  • Our protocol is designed to maximize the efficacy of stem cell therapy without causing any adverse side effects.
  • We only give a certain amount of stem cells at one time, to ensure that the patient can use all of them and not suffer from any ill effects like a “stem cell overdose”.
  • We prioritize safety and effectiveness above all else, so you can rest assured that your child is in good hands.
  • Receive treatments that are tailored to your individual needs in a safe and hassle-free environment.
  • Get access to the most advanced stem cell therapies from licensed and experienced providers.
  • Enjoy the convenience of outpatient treatments that are painless and spread out over time for optimal results

What are the risks?

  • Minimal risk to patients, with no reported cases of deep infection, biologic rejection, or disease transmission.
  • Quality standards discussed in a video for your perusal.
  • Minor side effects that may occur but will pass quickly, such as temporary dizziness or lightheadedness.

Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a chronic and unpredictable disease that affects the central nervous system. MS can cause the body’s own immune system to attack its brain, optic nerves and spinal cord, leading to permanent scarring of the nervous system. In severe cases, MS can be fatal as it causes nerve cells to die. Early diagnosis and treatment are crucial for managing symptoms and preventing further damage. Our product offers a revolutionary way to help slow down the progression of neurological damage due to diseases. With an easy-to-use, one-page app, you can access our powerful AI technology that makes use of data science and predictive analytics to detect and monitor any potential damage. This cutting edge technology helps identify symptoms in the early stages so you can get timely medical attention and prevent further complications.

Stem Cell Therapy: Is It A Viable Treatment?

  • Stem cell therapy is an effective treatment for neurodegenerative diseases such as Multiple Sclerosis. It focuses on preventing damage to the immune system and repairing any existing damage by protecting neurons and regenerating myelin. Depending on the prognosis and stage of the disease, most doctors may opt for this treatment instead of drugs to manage disease progression.
  • Cutting-edge technology to provide a potential cure for Multiple Sclerosis.
  • Harnessing the power of stem cells, which have been proven to provide promising results in treating the condition.
  • Various drugs have been tested, but none have been as successful as stem cell therapy.

Stem Cell Therapies for Multiple Sclerosis

  • Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant (HSCT): A revolutionary therapy that introduces a new immune system into the body, effectively replacing the old one.
  • Potent chemotherapy drugs are used to destroy the existing immune system and stem cells are intravenously introduced to reconfigure the immune cells with a new system.
  • Used to treat patients with relapsing multiple sclerosis, this therapy has been highly effective in restoring immune health.
  • Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSCs) are derived from umbilical cord and have the potential to repair damage on the central nervous system. These stem cells possess transformational abilities that allow them to mimic different cell types, providing a unique solution for repairing neurological damage.
  • Our revolutionary stem cell technology enables the transformation of MSCs into neural progenitor (NP) cells.
  • The laboratory process and direct injection of these cells in the patient’s spinal fluid can combat multiple sclerosis and repair damage to the nervous system, tissues, and organs.
  • FDA approved trial with promising results is currently ongoing.
  • Harnessing the power of Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSCs) to revolutionize immune system therapies.
  • Promising results suggest that MSCs therapies should be able to transform the immune system and regenerate damaged tissues.

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Peripheral & Diabetic Neuropathy

Diabetic Neuropathy is a debilitating condition that can cause severe pain and discomfort to sufferers. Without proper treatment, this nerve damage can cause intense burning, numbness, and weakness in the hands or feet. Unfortunately, there is no easy fix for diabetic neuropathy pain relief, but specialized treatments exist to help manage symptoms and improve quality of life.

  • Diabetic Neuropathy is a common condition affecting up to 50% of those with diabetes. It can cause dysfunction in peripheral nerves throughout the legs and feet, resulting in pain, numbness, tingling and burning sensation. It can also damage the blood vessels in your extremities leading to further complications.
  • Stem Cell Therapy for diabetic neuropathy is a revolutionary new treatment that has shown promising results in small studies.
  • Unlike other treatments, this one actually modifies the condition and not just provides relief from the symptoms.
  • It is a safe and effective way to treat diabetic neuropathy, providing long term benefits
  • Get the most current treatments for peripheral neuropathy, such as pain medications and lidocaine patches, to effectively reduce pain. Without the risks of narcotics or surgical complications.
  • Stem Cell therapy for peripheral neuropathy is a revolutionary treatment that helps reduce pain and improve blood flow to nerves by placing adult stem cells, growth factors and platelets into areas of damage. Get the best natural solution to target the source of your discomfort.
  • A safe and ethical way to obtain regenerative cells without causing any harm to the mother or baby.
  • Strict safety standards are followed that exceed the regulation set by FDA, ensuring a safe process.
  • Enjoy access to millions of regenerative cells such as exosomes, growth factors, microRNA, stem cells and secretomes through this process.
  • Regenerative medicine is a cutting-edge treatment to help with diabetic neuropathy.
  • Along with injecting stem cells, PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) therapy is included to promote additional repair. This involves a simple blood draw that is then spun in a centrifuge for 15 minutes to separate the platelets and growth factors.
  • This concentrated layer is then used to provide additional healing and repair of the neuropathy.
  • Non-invasive and efficient treatment for diabetic neuropathy that is completed in one setting, with minimal discomfort.
  • Risk associated with the procedure are small and discussed prior to a session.
  • Multiple treatments may be necessary depending on the severity of the condition.

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Ischemic Cardiomyopathy

Ischemic Cardiomyopathy is a condition that occurs when the heart is unable to pump blood due to weakening of the left ventricle. It is mainly caused by coronary artery disease, which hardens arteries, reducing their ability to transport oxygen and blood to the heart. Early detection and preventive measures are essential in managing this condition.

Symptoms Of Ischemic Cardiomyopathy

  • Angina and heart attacks are common symptoms of this condition, which can be life-threatening.
  • Despite seeming completely healthy, many cases of patients with this condition have been misdiagnosed. It is important to stay aware and alert for any signs of discomfort.
  • Shortness of breath when lying down or with activity:
  • Irregular pulse and palpitations: An irregular heartbeat is one of the earliest signs of heart failure.
  • Coughing: A persistent dry cough (without other symptoms) can indicate fluid in the lungs due to heart failure.
  • Fatigue and faintness: Feeling tired and weak should not be ignored
  • Abdominal swelling in adults: Adults may experience abdominal swelling,

Diagnosis of Ischemic Cardiomyopathy

  • Comprehensive diagnosis of Ischemic Cardiomyopathy begins with a comprehensive medical history and physical exam.
  • Utilize cutting-edge technology to identify the cause of your symptoms, including ECG, echocardiogram, cardiac catheterization and advanced imaging scans such as chest x-ray, MRI and CT scan.

Ischemic Cardiomyopathy Treatment

  • Ischemic Cardiomyopathy is treated to improve cardiac function, reduce the symptoms of heart failure and help manage the condition.
  • A low sodium diet, regular exercise and blood thinners are important parts of treatment.
  • Stem Cell Therapy for Heart Disease can be used to further reduce symptoms and promote the healing process.

Stem Cell Therapy for Cardiac – Ischemic Cardiomyopathy

  • Stem cell therapy has been found to be a viable option for treating Ischemic Cardiomyopathy.
  • Non-invasive, painless treatment with no known side effects, stem cell therapy is an option worth considering for Ischemic Cardiomyopathy patients.

Refractory Angina

Refractory Angina is a serious and life-threatening condition characterized by chronic chest pains that cannot be relieved. It can cause physical and emotional distress, such as sleep deprivation, depression and a reduction in everyday activities. Treatment options are available to help manage the symptoms, which can provide patients with some relief and improved quality of life.

Treatments for Refractory Angina

  • Outpatient counseling and rehabilitation helps patients cope with their condition and provides relief.
  • Psychotherapy is an essential treatment that can reduce the frequency of angina episodes while also improving the patient’s quality of life.
  • Various cardiac surgeries may be required depending on the severity of the condition.
  • Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENs) is a harmless, non-invasive therapy that can help reduce the frequency of refractory angina attacks.
  • By using this treatment three times a day for an hour, you can increase your tolerance to exercise and reduce the likelihood of future ischemic attacks.
  • This safe, simple treatment can help you manage your symptoms and lead a healthier life.

Stem Cell Therapy for Cardiac – Refractory Angina

  • Exciting research is underway to find out if refractory angina can be treated with stem cell therapy.
  • Initial studies indicate that hematopoietic stem cells could provide relief from refractory angina.
  • Early results of the study have been promising, showing that patients given injections of stem cells had improved results when compared to those given placebo injections. It appears that stem cell therapy may be a viable treatment option for chest pain.
  • A groundbreaking study published in the Journal of American Heart Association shows promising results for the use of stem cell therapy to treat angina.
  • Relief benefits lasted up to a year and was further augmented with exercise.
  • While research is still ongoing, these results are a major breakthrough in the field of cardiovascular health.
  • Stem cell treatments have been proven to improve mortality rates.
  • An independent study showed that patients who received stem cell treatments had a 0% mortality rate, while those who received the placebo treatments had a 5.4% mortality rate within 12 months.


Stem Cell Facelift

PRP Facelift is a natural, non-invasive treatment that helps reduce wrinkles and fine lines for a younger-looking complexion. Using your own body’s healing strengths, this unique treatment stimulates the production of collagen and hyaluronic acid to reduce signs of aging without any surgery or downtime. Get long-lasting results without the risk of dependency. A revolutionary procedure that yields a younger, more vibrant look. Natural looking results that will take years off your face without the need for surgery or other invasive treatments.

What Is the PRP Facelift?

  • Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is a concentrated form of platelets harvested from the patient’s own blood. This concentrated form is then injected into the treatment area to promote faster healing, reduce inflammation and help with cell regeneration. The procedure entails drawing the patient’s blood and then concentrating it in a lab using centrifugation before it is re-injected into the targeted area, providing more consistent and effective results than traditional facelifts.
  • Rejuvenate and replenish your skin with Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) facelifts.
  • PRP helps increase collagen, angiogenesis, fibrin matrix and the formation of new cells that help improve the texture of the skin, its tightness and youthfulness.
  • Enjoy quick results without any exposure to toxins or synthetic fillers. All natural and safe for long-term use!
  • The platelets used for PRP therapy are derived from the patient’s own blood, eliminating any risk of cell rejection or infection.
  • PRP does not cause cancer or tumors, and is filled with anti-inflammatory properties that improve the skin’s appearance while promoting better overall health and reducing acne scars.

PRP Facelift: The Procedure

  • PRP facelift is a minimally invasive procedure that requires drawing of blood from the arm.
  • The blood is then taken to the lab for centrifugation, which separates serum, platelets, red and white cells.
  • This concentration of platelets and growth factors are used to rejuvenate the skin with incredible results.
  • Experience the power of platelet-rich plasma injections to help restore your skin’s youthfulness.
  • PRP is incredibly effective in repairing damaged tissue, which is why it’s being used as a regenerative treatment in various parts of the body.
  • Physician First Choice offers PRP Facelifts to help you regain your youthful, vibrant appearance without undergoing surgery!

Stem Cell Hair Restoration

Stop your hair loss in its tracks with this revolutionary treatment. Forget ineffective topical creams and medicines. Get the results you deserve with this non-surgical solution. Enjoy natural, voluminous hair without the need for painful transplants or expensive chemicals. Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) treatments are a revolutionary advancement in modern medicine. It helps support our body’s natural ability to regenerate and heal itself, making it an invaluable tool for treating chronic conditions and managing pain. PRP therapy has also been found to be effective in hair restoration, which is great news for many suffering from hair loss. With PRP treatments, you can finally say goodbye to thinning hair and baldness! Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy is a safe and effective method to promote natural healing and reverse cell damage. It involves drawing the patient’s blood, concentrating it to form platelets and injecting it back into the body. This procedure is especially popular for scalp treatments, as it helps promote hair growth.

PRP for Hair Restoration: The Process

  • Start with a small amount of your blood being extracted from the arm.
  • Utilize advanced centrifuge technology to separate the components and increase the concentration of platelets.
  • Platelets contain numerous growth factors that promote healing and regeneration, making them vital for the process.
  • Platelets are injected into the scalp to stimulate natural hair growth and activate adult stem cells.
  • Packed with growth factors, PRP therapy helps promote localized cell growth and treat hair loss in both men and women.
  • Non-invasive treatment with zero barriers for maximum effectiveness.
  • PRP therapy can help reverse and treat even the most complex hair loss conditions.
  • Platelets are used to stimulate the anagen phase of the hair cycle, lasting up to six years before entering into the catagen phase.
  • Hair follicles survival rate significantly increases due to this therapy.

Why Use PRP for Hair Restoration

  • Completely safe, non-invasive procedure for hair restoration as it utilises the patient’s own blood.
  • No risk of negative side effects such as virus transmission or immunogenic reactions.
  • Studies have shown that PRP cannot lead to the development of tumors, cancer or hyperplasia.
  • Regenerative therapy that uses platelets derived from the patient to promote natural hair growth.
  • With up to 7 active growth factors, this treatment is a safe and effective way of stimulating hair regrowth without the risk of side effects.
  • These growth factors act similarly to cells, providing natural hair renewal without the use of chemicals.
  • Minimally invasive procedure with fast healing and result times.
  • Quick noticeable results with new hair growth within 1-2 months.

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Stem Cell Facial

PRP Facials are the latest facial trend that has been gaining a lot of attention from the media. It is a revolutionary beauty treatment that uses Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP), which is known for its regenerative powers, to help restore skin’s natural glow and youthfulness. This advanced skincare technology has been around for seven years, and its benefits in terms of cell differentiation have been thoroughly studied and proven. Platelet derived growth factors are naturally occurring proteins in our body that stimulate the production of keratin and collagen, essential for skin health. They also help with the formation of blood cells as well as fibroblasts cellular division, helping to repair and renew connective tissue. Additionally, these growth factors contain hyaluronic acid which helps increase skin volume and improve its tone.

PRP Facials and Surgical Facials are Different

  • A revolutionary facial rejuvenation technique that uses your own platelets to restore your skin’s volume and youth.
  • No laser, derma fillers or neurotoxins needed, meaning a much safer and more natural alternative to traditional facelifts.
  • An effective treatment with no downtime; you’ll start seeing results in just a few days!

About PRP Stem Cells

  • Our bodies naturally produce stem cells from various organs to help with healing and regeneration.
  • Platelet rich plasma or PRP is a highly concentrated form of stem cells found in the blood, containing up to five times as many stem cells than normal.
  • This is why PRP therapies are becoming increasingly popular in modern medicine to treat various conditions, especially wounds, and why it’s also becoming useful in aesthetic medicine

PRP Facials: The Procedure

  • Experience a safe and natural anti-aging solution with PRP facials. Get the same results as Botox without the risks of allergic reactions or side effects. The procedure starts with an assessment and cleansing of the skin, followed by precise PRP injections for maximum rejuvenation.
  • An anesthetic is applied to the skin to maximize comfort and make sure you are relaxed as the procedure is performed.
  • Specialized equipment helps separate platelets, growth factors and stem cells from your blood, before they are injected into areas of the face that normally show signs of aging.
  • Minimal side effects such as swelling and bruising should be expected, but with a short recovery period, you’ll be back to your daily routine in no time.

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Erectile Dysfunction

Cutting-edge research to understand the root causes of erectile dysfunction. Uncover underlying systemic conditions that could be contributing to ED. Comprehensive diagnosis using a deep understanding of blood flow, nerve issues, hormones and psychological factors. Harness the power of umbilical cord stem cells to treat erectile dysfunction. Unlock the potential of exosomes and PRP, which are packed with healing properties to help tackle erectile dysfunction. Experience a renewed feeling of vigor and vitality with these groundbreaking therapies for ED.

How do stem cells work?

  • Leverage the power of stem cells to create and maintain a population of identical cells.
  • This self-renewal process allows for the regeneration of tissues and organs and provides a potential avenue for treating diseases.
  • Harnessing the power of stem cells to naturally regenerate damaged tissues in the body.
  • Stimuli-responsive, allowing them to differentiate into specialized types of cells depending on the signals they receive.
  • When injected into the body, they act as a natural healing agent to help repair and replace damaged tissues.
  • R3 provides an effective and reliable solution for erectile dysfunction through the use of stem cells from consenting mothers.
  • The umbilical cord tissue is rich in regenerative elements such as stem cells, exosomes, growth factors, cytokines and secretomes.
  • These elements work together to promote cell to cell communication and help address erectile dysfunction.
  • This cell to cell communication feature helps the body to repair itself in a much faster and more effective manner. It promotes development of new blood vessels, reduces scar tissue formation, and helps protect against cell death. All of this leads to the body healing faster and with better results.

How do stem cells help with erectile dysfunction?

  • Revolutionary stem cell technology to treat erectile dysfunction.
  • Your own body’s stem cells can be used to rebuild penile blood vessels, regenerate damaged nerves, rejuvenate healthy nitric oxide receptors, and reverse scarring of the penile tissues.
  • Experience a complete turnaround in your sexual health with stem cell injections.

How are stem cells obtained?

  • Autologous stem cell treatment is a safe and ethical procedure since the cells are collected from the patient’s own body.
  • The cells can be easily harvested from adipose tissue, muscle, or bone marrow with minimal pain and downtime.
  • There is no need for immunosuppression drugs, host-versus-graft issues, or any other ethical issues.
  • Allograft stem cells are sourced from umbilical cord donations, making it a safe and ethical source of stem cells.
  • After a rigorous screening process, mother can be approved as a donor, where the umbilical cord is then used to make biologics that contain millions of stem cells and billions of exosomes.
  • This provides an efficient way to obtain therapeutic doses for medical treatments or regenerative therapies at an affordable cost.

What types of stem cells are used for stem cell therapy?

  • R3 Stem Cell International only uses ethical, non-embryonic stem cell sources.
  • Our treatments are completely safe and free from any potential tumor formation or rejection issues.
  • Rest assured that our methods adhere to the highest ethical standards, while still providing the best possible results.
  • Unparalleled stem cells extracted from umbilical cord for maximum regeneration potential.
  • No risk of tumor formation or organ rejection, making it a safe and effective option.
  • Highly active in repair and regeneration processes, powering up your body’s natural healing abilities.

How can stem cells treat erectile dysfunction in Mexico?

  • An innovative treatment specifically targeting Cavernous Nerve Injury, a primary cause of erectile dysfunction (ED).
  • Regeneration of the Cavernous Nerve helps restore its functionality, resulting in improved ED symptoms.
  • Proven success in clinical trials, with many studies showing significant improvement for those suffering from ED.
  • Aging – Clinical studies suggest that stem cell injections directly into the cavernous tissue of the penis can help to reduce age-related erectile dysfunction. The injection helps to improve vascularity, nitric oxide production, and smooth muscle regeneration.
  • Diabetes and metabolic syndrome – Research reports suggest that a single injection of adult stem cells into the penis can stabilize glucose levels and reduce or even eliminate the need for anti-diabetic medication.
  • Recent medical research has found that stem cell injections can significantly reduce the curvature of the penis after just two months. This revolutionary approach may be life-changing for many men with this condition.

What is the Priapus Shot?

  • Say goodbye to sexual dysfunction and welcome better circulation with the Priapus shot – an easy injection of platelet-rich plasma (PRP).
  • Get improved performance in the bedroom by taking advantage of the natural healing properties of platelets, which are used for blood clotting and cell regeneration.

How is the PRP shot given?

  • Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is a cutting-edge injection therapy that provides long-lasting and safe results.
  • An anesthetic is applied to the affected area before the procedure, ensuring comfort throughout the process.
  • Injections are made in five strategic spots to ensure optimal stimulation of tissue and blood vessels for permanent improvement.

How does PRP work?

  • Stimulating the recruitment of new cells to the damaged area, helping with tissue regeneration.
  • Stimulating angiogenesis, which helps create new blood vessels and increases blood flow to the injured area.
  • Enhancing communication between cells in order to support repair and growth.
  • Activating stem cells, which are used to regenerate damaged tissues.