ABOUT STEM CELL THERAPY
Stem Cell treatment technologies are now firmly included in the arsenal of modern medicine. Human own stem cells, multiplied in laboratory conditions to the required amount, are effective and safe. The most widely used are mesenchymal stem cells. In the body of an adult, they constitute a limited natural reserve for the restoration and renewal of various tissues and organs throughout life.
Autologous and allogeneic mesenchymal stem cells artificially multiplied and introduced to the patient are capable of exerting a powerful anti-inflammatory and reparative effect.
HISTORY OF STEM CELL THERAPY
Cell therapy was developed by a Swiss surgeon, Prof. Dr. Paul Niehans, in 1931, when the first successful experiment was carried out: the patient was cured.
In 1960, An Introduction to Cell Therapy was published, a book that laid the foundations for further scientific research.
Progress over the next few decades, until the 1970s, was rather slow, and some gene therapy trials ended in failure. However, the turning point began in the 1990s.
The most important results of scientific research were obtained in 2005-2013, which laid the foundations for modern methods of treatment. It should be noted that researches are still ongoing, new ways of transporting and storing cells are being discovered, more and more diseases are being treated with the help of cell therapy. Therefore, every year our medical protocol is updated based on international experience, in accordance with US and Swiss standards.
WHY PRECISON MEDICAL SWISS?
In recent years cell therapy has attracted increasing interest and many clinics offer such treatment therapy to their patients. However, despite some limitations, it would seem that most clinics operate under the same protocols.
Then why should you choose Precision Medical Swiss clinic?
We do not have VIP treatment: every patient is equally important.
Every patient who comes to our clinic is guaranteed the highest level of medical services.
Quality certificate is issued for each dose of cellular product issued by the laboratory.
Application of neuroinduced stem cells.
Our laboratory is one of the few in the world that programs cells after a full cycle of cultivation.
Storing the patient's biological product in the laboratory for a repeat cycle of treatment (if necessary) to consolidate and improve the results.
Complete cycle of cell isolation and cell product cultivation.
Highly qualified medical staff.
Medical service at home.
STEM CELL THERAPY AT PRECISION MEDICAL SWISS
Adult stem cells are being used by our medical professionals in the fields of regenerative medicine and tissue engineering, to artificially reconstruct human tissue which has been previously damaged. Stem cells have the capacity to become any type of fully developed cells, which can contribute to replacing cartilage tissues or internal organs. With so many treatment options out there, you may be wondering what benefits choosing stem cell therapy provides. Overall, because stem cell therapy utilizes biologic material harvested directly from the patient’s body, the general benefits include minimal risk, minimal recovery time and minimal worry.
IS IT SAFE?
YES, IT IS!
The debates about safety of autologous mesenchymal stem cells (patient's cells) seem more obvious because they are taken from the patient's body, and therefore are 100% accepted by the patient's immune system.
Same as allogeneic cells (donor cells).
Donor mesenchymal stem cells do not cause rejection because they are immunoprivileged and are not recognized by the immune system as a foreign body. Most of the cells overcome the hematoencephalic barrier, so their number when administered is slightly higher than necessary so that the required percentage of cells can enter the organs and tissues affected by the disease.
Stem CEll Therapy Benefits
What diseases are treated with stem cells?
Improving athletic performance
Digestive system diseases
Diseases of the endocrine system
Type 2 diabetes mellitus
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