Stem Cell Institute of Utah’s purpose is to educate our community on the benefits of stem cell therapy for arthritic joints, chronic injuries, autoimmunity, and chronic pain conditions. We hold free weekly seminars that will allow you to experience first hand how stem cells can transform your health.
Current treatments for the painful and debilitating effects of arthritis or joint pain rely on early intervention with synthetic drugs and, in severe cases, surgery.
Stem Cell Therapy: A Boon for Medical Science
The human body is composed of more than 200 cell types. Each of these cells in the body is designated to perform a particular function. For example, it’s the pancreatic cells that ensure your pancreas is functioning properly. There are other cells in human body though, that have a very different role. These cells are called stem cells.
Stem cells not only demonstrate their capacity to generate more stem cells but also help in making different cell types. For over a decade adult stem cells have been used therapeutically for treating certain cancers as well as rare blood diseases.
Why is Stem Cell Therapy a Gift of Science?
Medical practitioners often call stem cell therapy a gift of science. So, is the therapy a scientifically proven type of regenerative medicine? Yes, it is! There is a considerable amount of excitement about this therapy. Stem cells have the potential to revolutionize the concept of healthcare. Medical practitioners are capable of doing numerous things through stem cell therapy. Diseases such as strokes and diabetes will soon be treated by the therapy. Other areas where the therapy has worked wonders include bone and blood cancer treatment and injuries to the joint.
The next stem cell product that is making headway into the healthcare industry is for burn and wound healing. Doctors are also planning on injecting stem cells into the brains of patients with cerebral palsy to help enhance the function as well as restore the brain tissue. Another major field medical practitioners are using stem cells is by combining 3D bio printing with stem cell regenerative medicine.
Stem Cell Therapy Brings Hope for Patients with Joint Problems
Stem cell therapy has been acknowledged in medical history across the world as a big discovery in natural healing. The stem cells are first injected into the patient’s injured area. They then metamorphosize into different cells, which often depends upon the instructions provided by the human body. This allows the stem cells to become tissue cells, bone cells, or other kinds that are needed in that area. This ability to become whatever cells are necessary in the affected area is what medical practitioners believe is so unique about stem cell growth. A huge number of cells injected into the patient’s body will help in healing the injuries at an accelerated pace. The best results for stem cell therapy are seen in neuropathy, knee pain, and osteoarthritis.
Are Stem Cells Safe Enough?
Adipose tissue stem cells, cortisone injections, and other medicines offer a temporary cure for some of these injuries or diseases; while stem cells from umbilical cord blood and tissue have the capability to restore the regenerative tissue and bone back to its original condition. One of the prime components of umbilical cord stem cell therapy is the hyaluronic acid that is known to lubricate your joints and tendons, easing pain and restoring your mobility.
The Science Behind the Discovery
The umbilical cord stem cell injections used in treating patients with joint problems contain naturally developing anti-inflammatory agents that actually stimulates tissue repair. There have been no cases of patient rejection recorded so far. Over 10,000 injections have been used on patients without any cases of adverse side effects. If you want to avoid expensive and painful surgery and dependency on medications, our amniotic stem cell therapy could be just what you’re looking for.
- No risk of surgery
- General anesthesia
- Early recovery
- No longer hospital stays
- 100% safety record
*Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA