Learn About the Science

To understand how stem cells are used to treat your medical condition, You must first understand what the concept of Regenerative Medicine is.

Regenerative medicine is a vanguard field of medicine, which integrates various areas such as: cell biology, tissue engineering, gene therapy, cell therapy, cell immunotherapy, therapy with exosomes, among others.

The main concept is based on the stem cell’s ability to repair, replace or stimulate regeneration of the local cells within all tissues and / or organs in your body. Stimulating and enhancing the self-healing capabilities of the human body its fundamental principle is to restore the functionality of the tissues.

Where do Stem Cells come from?

Stem cells can be obtained from various tissues such as fatty tissue, bone marrow, umbilical cord cells, umbilical cord blood, dental pulp, among others. Cells derived from adipose tissue, bone marrow and umbilical cord have unique advantages such as: easy to obtain, absence of risk of immune rejection, immediate availability, minimal risk of complications, infections and disability.

Stem cells act through the secretion of bioactive molecules. Dr. Arnold Caplan, pioneer in the research of mesenchymal stem cells and adjudicator of his name MSC, proposed to rename these cells as medicinal signaling cells or Medicinal Signaling Cells (MSC) for its acronym in English, because the most important function of these cells they are the factors that they secrete.

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The characteristics and properties of the Mesenchymal Cells (MSC’S)

One of its main functions is to maintain cell balance and replace cells that are becoming sick or dying (apoptosis) and under pathological conditions has the potential to regenerate damaged tissue.

They can generate many types of specialized cells. Being multipotent can be differentiated into a subset of cell types such as bone, cartilage, adipose tissue, muscle, endothelial cells, among others.

They synthesize and secrete a set of trophic factors (growth factors) that stimulate or activate the patient’s own cells, promoting their expansion or proliferation, among other functions.

They have the ability to migrate to affected areas through inflammatory signals released in pathological conditions (Homming).

Immunomodulation and inflammation control: mesenchymal stem cells have strong anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory properties. These cells regulate the immune system and reduce inflammation helping in the treatment of autoimmune and inflammatory conditions.

Signaling: MSCs secrete a large amount of cytokines, chemokines and trophic factors, which stimulate the endogenous MSCs for differentiation, mobilization and proliferation.

The characteristics and properties of the Mesenchymal Cells (MSC’S)

One of its main functions is to maintain cell balance and replace cells that are becoming sick or dying (apoptosis) and under pathological conditions has the potential to regenerate damaged tissue.

They can generate many types of specialized cells. Being multipotent can be differentiated into a subset of cell types such as bone, cartilage, adipose tissue, muscle, endothelial cells, among others.

They synthesize and secrete a set of trophic factors (growth factors) that stimulate or activate the patient’s own cells, promoting their expansion or proliferation, among other functions.

They have the ability to migrate to affected areas through inflammatory signals released in pathological conditions (Homming).

Immunomodulation and inflammation control: mesenchymal stem cells have strong anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory properties. These cells regulate the immune system and reduce inflammation helping in the treatment of autoimmune and inflammatory conditions.

Signaling: MSCs secrete a large amount of cytokines, chemokines and trophic factors, which stimulate the endogenous MSCs for differentiation, mobilization and proliferation.

Stem cells can be obtained from various tissues such as fatty tissue, bone marrow, umbilical cord cells, umbilical cord blood, dental pulp, among others. In cell therapy, these stem cells are expanded and cultured in the Cell Bank, obtaining a higher cellular number of high qualities, to be subsequently reintroduced into the individual through different routes, depending on the patient’s medical condition.

Which are the different administration methods we use in our Institute?

Intrathecal-IntraArterial
This form of implantation is ideal for neurological conditions because the stem cells are injected past the blood-brain barrier and directly into the spinal fluid, which enables them to reach the spinal cord and brain. 

During the procedure, an experienced anesthesiologist injects stem cells into the spinal canal through the lower vertebrae under local anesthesia. They are all performed in a positive airflow room under sterile conditions, and the procedure usually takes about thirty minutes. 

Intravenous (IV)
The safest and simplest method for delivering the stem cells throughout the body. Anesthesia is not required. We may use Lidocaine topical spray to needle prick area beforehand. IV administration usually takes about 20 – 30 minutes.

Intramuscular (IM)
The stem cells are injected directly into the muscle. Intramuscular implantation is very safe and does not require anesthesia.

At the time of cell therapy the following steps are followed:

  • Patient evaluation, medical history, diagnostic aids.
  • Patient preparation with Biorregulatory Systems Medicine, Functional Medicine, Orthomolecular Medicine and Hyperbaric Medicine.
  • Treatment with cell therapy: Application intravenously, intramuscularly, intraarticularly, intralesionally, intrathecally intradermally, intradiscally, among others according to the needs of the patient.
  • Close and constant monitoring. (1, 3, 6 and 12 months).

Which are the different administration methods we use in our Institute?

Intrathecal-IntraArterial
This form of implantation is ideal for neurological conditions because the stem cells are injected past the blood-brain barrier and directly into the spinal fluid, which enables them to reach the spinal cord and brain. 

During the procedure, an experienced anesthesiologist injects stem cells into the spinal canal through the lower vertebrae under local anesthesia. They are all performed in a positive airflow room under sterile conditions, and the procedure usually takes about thirty minutes. 

Intravenous (IV)
The safest and simplest method for delivering the stem cells throughout the body. Anesthesia is not required. We may use Lidocaine topical spray to needle prick area beforehand. IV administration usually takes about 20 – 30 minutes.

Intramuscular (IM)
The stem cells are injected directly into the muscle. Intramuscular implantation is very safe and does not require anesthesia.

At the time of cell therapy the following steps are followed:

  • Patient evaluation, medical history, diagnostic aids.
  • Patient preparation with Biorregulatory Systems Medicine, Functional Medicine, Orthomolecular Medicine and Hyperbaric Medicine.
  • Treatment with cell therapy: Application intravenously, intramuscularly, intraarticularly, intralesionally, intrathecally intradermally, intradiscally, among others according to the needs of the patient.
  • Close and constant monitoring. (1, 3, 6 and 12 months).

Meets Strict cGTP Guidelines

The cGTP requirements regulate the methods, the facilities and controls used for the manufacture of HCT/Ps (defined as: “articles containing or consisting of human cells or tissues that are intended for implantation, transplantation, infusion, or transfer into a human recipient.”) in a way that prevents the introduction, transmission, or spread of communicable diseases by HCT/Ps (§1271.150(a)).

Why get MSc treatments?

In a natural way, our body has a capacity to repair injuries that diminish as we get older. The quantity and quality of MSC that we all have also decreases with time.

The treatment with MSC consists of supplying the patient with as many cells as possible, thus increasing the body’s capacity to protect, replace or regenerate damaged or diseased cells.

Meets Strict cGTP Guidelines

The cGTP requirements regulate the methods, the facilities and controls used for the manufacture of HCT/Ps (defined as: “articles containing or consisting of human cells or tissues that are intended for implantation, transplantation, infusion, or transfer into a human recipient.”) in a way that prevents the introduction, transmission, or spread of communicable diseases by HCT/Ps (§1271.150(a)).

Why get MSc treatments?

In a natural way, our body has a capacity to repair injuries that diminish as we get older. The quantity and quality of MSC that we all have also decreases with time.

The treatment with MSC consists of supplying the patient with as many cells as possible, thus increasing the body’s capacity to protect, replace or regenerate damaged or diseased cells.

Advantages

  • It has few possibilities to generate rejection by the organism.
  • It is an alternative treatment for medical conditions such as degenerative diseases, which do not have effective traditional pharmacological therapies.
  • MSCs offer treatments with an important possibility of recovery and improvement of hope and quality of life.
  • They can reverse or slow the progression of the disease.
  • The MSCs of adipose tissue and bone marrow are obtained through ambulatory and low risk processes, with local anesthesia.
  • The Wharton Jelly MSCs of umbilical cord are available at all times in the incubators of the BioXcellerator cell bank, avoiding the patient having to go through some surgical procedure for its extraction.
  • They can be used for rejuvenation or anti-aging treatments.

CONTACT US

Cellular Hope Institute – Datran Center 9100 S Dadeland Boulevard, Suite 1500. Miami Fl. 33156 United States

305 560 5337

info@cellularhopeinstitute.com

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