Researchs on mesenchymal stem cells regenerative properties in knee osteoarthritis. In these studies, researchers suggest that Stem Cell Therapy has the potential to regenerate lost cartilage, stop and reverse cartilage degeneration, provide pain relief, and improve patient mobility.
Stem Cell Therapy as an Alternative to Rotator Cuff & Shoulder Replacement Surgery. Stem cell therapy may offer an excellent alternative for patients looking to avoid shoulder joint replacement surgery, as well as many other surgical treatments for shoulder pain.
If you suffer from chronic or acute ankle pain or instability due to arthritis, cartilage loss, ligament strain or tear, or tendon damage, then you may benefit from non-surgical stem cell treatments or stem cell-enhanced surgery.
Patients now have a minimally invasive option. Stem cell therapy for back pain and disc herniations can potentially repair the damaged disc or facet joint, restore function, rehydrate the disc, and ultimately alleviate chronic pain.
Stem cell therapy and PRP therapy have been shown to be most effective for: Those in the early stages of hair loss, patients who are not viable candidates for surgery and women who prefer to avoid hair surgery.
Aesthetic Anti-Aging. The Aesthetic Stem Cell Localized Treatment is a non-surgical minimally invasive procedure to enhance the appearance of aging skin and hair restoration. This all-natural technique combines dermal injections of bone marrow or adipose tissue derived stem cells and growth factors.
The stem cells used for treatment of a thin endometrium include mesenchymal stem cells.
In addition, successful repair of the endometrium in pregnancy with stem cells has been reported previously
Low Ovarian Reserve (PRP)
The treatment uses PRP (Platelet-Rich-Plasma), which with stem cell therapy is the novel therapeutic approach for restoring the quality of the ovarian reserve.
Your PRP will contain a physiologic balance of platelets, growth factors and white blood cells tailored specifically for you.
Stem Cells for diseases
What are stem cells?
Stem cells are the body’s raw materials, cells from which all other cells with specialized functions are generated.
Under the right conditions in the body or a laboratory, stem cells divide to form more cells called daughter cells.
These daughter cells either become new stem cells.
Where do stem cells come?
Stem cells have currently gained attention in the field of medicine not only due to their ability to repair dysfunctional or damaged cells, but also they could be used as drug delivery system after being engineered to do so. Human umbilical cord is attractive source for autologous and allogenic stem cells that are currently amenable to treatment of various diseases. Human umbilical cord stem cells are -in contrast to embryonic and fetal stem cells- ethically noncontroversial, inexpensive and readily available source of cells. Umbilical cord, umbilical cord vein, amnion/placenta and Wharton’s jelly are all rich of many types of multipotent stem cell populations capable of forming many different cell types.
In PMH Genesis Cell we have our stem cells LAB on-site ready to your procedure. Also we have PRP procedures to complete your treatment.
How do stem cells work?
Stem cells are parent cells which are capable of regeneration and differentiation into a wide range of specialized cell types. Once injected, stem cells follow inflammatory signals from damaged tissues and have multiple ways of repairing these
Are stem cells safe?
Yes, we have not had any patients report harmful effects from treatment or a worsening of their condition. Common short-term side effects immediately following the cell transplant have been fatigue, headache, and nausea. These effects normally subside between 1-2 hours.
Meet our team
DR. SAM NAJMABADI M.D.
OBGYN | INFERTILITY SPECIALIST
Dr. Ernesto Marín M.D.
Stem Cell Treatments Specialist
DR. JOSÉ LUIS RIVAS M.D.
OBGYN | Infertility Specialist
News & Resources
Abstract Premature ovarian failure is a relatively common condition that affects 1–3% of adult women. Premature ovarian failure...
Abstract Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) are multipotent non-haematopoietic progenitor cells that are being explored as a...
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