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Stem Cells FAQ

What is Stem Cell Therapy?

Stem Cell Therapy involves using the patient’s own stem cells or those from a donor to promote healing, repair damaged tissues, and address various medical conditions.

Stem cells have the unique ability to transform into specialized cells and replace or repair damaged tissues. They also possess anti-inflammatory properties.

Stem Cell Therapy is being explored for a range of conditions, including orthopedic issues, autoimmune diseases, neurodegenerative disorders, and more.

Yes, there are embryonic stem cells, adult stem cells, and induced pluripotent stem cells. Stem cells used in therapy are often derived from the patient’s own body.

While ongoing research supports its potential, Stem Cell Therapy is not universally accepted for all conditions. Consultation with a medical professional is crucial to determine its appropriateness.

Stem cells can be harvested from various sources, including bone marrow, adipose tissue (fat), or blood. The extraction process is minimally invasive and well-tolerated.

Ethical concerns primarily surround the use of embryonic stem cells. Many therapies, however, use adult stem cells, minimizing ethical considerations.

Discomfort is generally minimal. Local anesthesia is often used during the extraction process, and patients may experience mild soreness after the therapy.

While considered safe, some patients may experience minor side effects such as swelling or soreness. Serious complications are rare and will be discussed during the consultation.

Recovery varies based on the type of therapy and the condition being treated. Many patients resume normal activities within a few days to weeks.

While it’s primarily used for treatment, some research suggests that Stem Cell Therapy may have potential preventive applications in the future.

There isn’t a strict age limit, as suitability depends on the patient’s overall health. However, older individuals may have different considerations, which will be discussed during the consultation.

Insurance coverage varies. It’s recommended to check with your insurance provider to determine if Stem Cell Therapy is covered for your specific condition.

Yes, in many cases, Stem Cell Therapy can be integrated with other treatments for a more comprehensive approach to addressing medical conditions.

Stem Cell Therapy has been in use for several decades, primarily in the treatment of blood disorders. While research is ongoing, its widespread use for various conditions is still evolving.

Welcome Dr. Pete Muran

We are proud to announce our collaboration with Dr. Pete Muran from Longevity Healthcare Center in Newport Beach, CA. With an extensive background spanning over 30 years, Dr. Pete is a seasoned professional who will exclusively oversee all of our Stem Cell Procedures. His wealth of experience and commitment to healthcare excellence ensures that our patients receive the highest standard of care and expertise in the field of regenerative medicine.