Benefits of Stem Cells. What Do They Do?
Stem cell therapy is a popular procedure in the regenerative medicine field where thousands of people with degenerative diseases and muscular injuries have found what they didn’t in “traditional medicine”: An improvement in their quality of life.
Unlike what it may sound like, stem cells are not a cure. Stem cells are simply alive organisms we already have inside our body and have actually helped us throughout our lives. From the day we are born stem cells help the body develop and maintain as stem cells work like an internal repairment kit when we damage our body.
Our body can run out from stem cells if we have a degenerative disease because the body is constantly using stem cells to heal tissue or cells that are going to be damaged continuously.
What stem cell therapy does is to help those whose stem cells are low or damaged to slow down, stop or even regenerate the lost tissue or cells. Patients can expect different results even if they have the same condition because stem cell therapy and the regenerative medicine field are all about one thing: The body healing itself. So variables such as nutrition, age, care, past treatments and more, are incredibly important and actually can determine your protocol for stem cell therapy (at GIOSTAR Mexico).
At GIOSTAR Mexico we provide stem cell therapy for muscular injuries and for a variety of degenerative diseases such as Parkinson, Arthritis, Multiple Sclerosis, Diabetes type 1 and type 2, ALS, and more.
Depending on the patient’s condition, we can apply stem cells through:
Intravenous (IV): we inject Stem cells into the bloodstream with mannitol to expand blood volumes in the central nervous system to ensure they reach the affected area.
Intrathecal Administration: Through this procedure, we infuse stem cells into the cerebrospinal fluid through the subarachnoid spaces of the spinal canal.
Locally: Stem Cells are surgically delivered in the affected area by an endoscopy or guided by fluoroscopy.
If you think stem cell therapy is the option for you, we recommend you do your research on the company providing it. Make sure you ask anything you need to feel sure about the therapy you’re getting.
And if you want to find out if you’re a candidate for STEM CELL THERAPY, please fill out our contact form and a patient coordinator will contact you as soon as possible.