What We Treat​

An established history of innovative procedures and a stellar reputation for safety and efficacy.

CONDITIONS

Has your life been impacted by chronic illness, injury, or neurodivergence?

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It gave me hope that maybe there’s a light at the end of the tunnel.

Adam Dash
Multiple Sclerosis

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Stem Cell Treatment

You probably have questions. We’re here to help.

At Stem Cell Institute, stem cells are administered several ways depending on each patient’s ailment and physical condition. Patients typically receive a minimum of 3 stem cell applications during the course of an entire treatment protocol. Methods of administration include: Intravenous (IV), intramuscular, intrathecal, and perilymphatic.

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Golden Cells™ are highly effective cells from six particular cell lines. After a retrospective analysis of our most successful procedures, we discovered that these particular cells were almost always present. We have developed the technology and procedures to identify, isolate, and grow these Golden Cells™ for adminstering to our patients.

Generally speaking, aside from the initial pain at the injection site, the patient will not experience any discomfort. Less than 10% of (mostly lumbar puncture) patients have developed a minor fever, headache, nausea or vomiting. However , these side effects have never lasted more than three days and usually resolve within 24 hours. No long term negative side effects have been reported.

We receive cord donations after normal births from healthy women. Our donors sign a consent form, fill out a detailed questionnaire, and give a blood sample. The mothers’ blood and the cord blood undergo extensive testing for HIV, STD’s, hepatitis, etc.

Adult stem cells are not encompassed by the controversy surrounding fetal and embryonic stem cells. Both the Catholic Church and the Southern Baptist Church have issued papers which actually encourage research and the use of adult stem cells in the treatment of human disease, as an ethically acceptable alternative to the use of the ethically challenged fetal and embryonic stem cells.

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