How does stem cell therapy work for liver problems or diseases?
Stem cell therapy is a cutting-edge procedure that has helped thousands of people around the world. Stem cell therapy works under the basic principle of regeneration which can lead to the body healing itself although this doesn’t mean it’s a cure.
You see, stem cell therapy can help regenerate tissue but only to some level, there are variables such as deterioration, overall health, nutrition, past treatments amongst others that can limit the results of stem cell therapy for liver diseases or other conditions.
To attend this issue, Dr. Anand Srivastava Co- Founder and Head of research at GIOSTAR, has designed a protocol that actually personalizes the therapy to each patient. Meaning that variables are considered when setting the protocol for you enhancing the potential of the stem cells.
Stem cell therapy for liver diseases can slow down or stop the deterioration of the organ and can even regenerate some of the damage. On a patient with chronic or acute renal insufficiency stem cell therapy can help to stop the deterioration by regenerating the tissue which can lead to a decrease on the levels of serum creatinine in the blood, since they tend to elevate when the renal tissue is damaged.
Not everyone with a liver condition is a candidate for stem cell therapy, although patients may have the same condition the deterioration of the organ can be different as the disease can progress to a different pace to the point where stem cell therapy can’t significantly help. To ensure stem cell therapy is a viable option for a patient they go through an evaluation from our medical team, there is no cost for the evaluation as it’s very important for us they feel sure it’s the right decision for them.
We invite you to fill out a contact form so the medical board can evaluate your condition, this will help them give you the therapy you need.
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