rethink Possible

For certain conditions and diseases, conventional medicine has been limited in its effectiveness. Many chronic, degenerative, autoimmune and inflammatory conditions have been difficult to manage and treat.

Stem Cell therapy is a promising breakthrough, non-surgical treatment option for people suffering from a multitude of conditions that have not responded to conventional therapies .

possible Applications

Stem cell therapy has shown to have tremendous potential in modern medicine to promote healing, decrease inflammation and promote regeneration. Currently clinical studies are being studied using Cord Blood Stem Cell for regenerative medicine. Furthermore, stem cells found in cord blood and cord tissue are being used in early research. Although this growing body of research and clinical studies has yet to give us conclusive evidence, there is great promise for the therapeutic use of cord blood stem cell therapy for a growing range of possible uses including:

• Autism

• Cerebral Palsy

• Traumatic brain injury

• Acquired Hearing loss

• Spinal Cord Injury

• Lung disease

• Stroke

• Alzheimer’s Disease

• Parkinson’s Disease

• Multiple Sclerosis

• Liver repair

• Heart repair

• Wound healing

• Rheumatoid arthritis

What was once considered IMPOSSIBLE, now may be POSSIBLE with Stem Cell Therapy. 

Please note that the use of stem cell therapy for many of these conditions is not currently approved by the FDA and its use is currently under research. Our program does not directly treat these conditions and makes no guarantee of results

feel Better Now!

Stem cell treatment utilizes the body’s ability to repair itself naturally. Mesenchymal stem cells are multi potent stromal cells who’s role in the body is to grow tissue and contain growth factors that work together to reduce inflammation and to regrow damaged tissue. We take these live potent cells and inject them into the damaged area. This provides a healing environment that will reduce inflammation and flood the injured area with millions of stem cells to begin the regeneration process.