Stem cell treatments for rheumatoid arthritis: Tracey Renneberg

Tracey Renneberg discusses her improvements following stem cell therapy for rheumatoid arthritis. Tracey is now in Panama multiple sclerosis treatment. "My rheumatoid arthritis is completely gone. This leg used to drag and now I can pick it up and walk. If patients have rheumatoid arthritis or MS, this is where they should be."

Allogeneic and autogolous stem cell therapy combined with physical rehabilitation: A case report on a chronically injured man with quadriplegia

Daniel Leonard in Panama This is a research paper written by Rebecca Johnston, Daniel Leonard's sister. She recently graduated from a Physical Therapy degree program, and wrote her Capstone paper about Daniel's stem cell therapy treatment in Panama. Daniel is presented anonymously in the paper, but Rebecca and Daniel have given their permission for [...]

Jorge Paz MD: Adult Stem Cell Therapy for Arthritis, Sports Injury, and Autoimmune Disease || 3 of 3

Stem cell therapy for osteoarthritis using adipose (fat) stem cell. Case study of 76 year-old man with osteoarthritis in his knees. Stromal vasular fraction treatment statistics including side effects collected over 800 infusions. Stem cell treatments for sports injuries and why pro sports stars are seeking treatment. Case study of a professional dancer with knee [...]

Mesenchymal Stem Cells Stop Arthritis in its Tracks – Duke University

Researchers at Duke University announced a promising new stem cell therapy aimed at osteoarthritis prevention after a joint injury. The probability of developing arthritis after injury (post-traumatic arthritis - PTA) greatly increases after injury. Currently, the US FDA has not approved any drugs that slow or eliminate the progression of PTA. However, at Duke researchers [...]

2012-08-10T17:45:51+00:00August 10th, 2012|Adult Stem Cells, News, Osteoarthritis, Stem Cell Research|

Why does fat (adipose) stem cell therapy take more than one week?

Intravenously administered adipose-derived stem cells will tend to migrate back to the fresh wound site if it is not given an adequate time to heal. Therefore, it is essential to allow about one week after the mini-liposuction before administering any stem cells intravenously. Otherwise, there is a likelihood that the treatment will not be as [...]

Twins’ family coping with cerebral palsy

ASHLAND -- Three-year-old twins with cerebral palsy are making life adventurous, challenging and bittersweet for the Hancock family. "They're happy kids but it definitely makes it more difficult because as a parent you want them to have every opportunity that every other child has," said mother Carrie Hancock. "It's hard, but we're handling it the [...]

2011-10-21T19:12:43+00:00October 21st, 2011|Cerebral Palsy, News, Stem Cell Therapy|

Stem Cell Institute in Panama Collaborates on New Method of Treating Diabetes-Associated Heart Disease

Zhang et al. Journal of Translational Medicine Diabetes is associated with numerous “secondary complications” including premature heart disease, renal failure, critical limb ischemia (an advanced form of peripheral artery disease) and diabetic retinopathy. One of the common features of these secondary complications is that they are all associated with low levels of circulating endothelial progenitor [...]

2010-12-15T15:22:40+00:00December 15th, 2010|Diabetes, Heart Disease, News, Stem Cell Research|

Stem Cell Institute Stem Cell Clinic Publishes Successful Treatment of Heart Failure Patient

PANAMA CITY, PANAMA – The Stem Cell Institute reported today publication in the peer reviewed journal, International Archives of Medicine, of a heart failure patient who underwent profound recovery after receiving adult stem cell therapy. The publication is freely available at www.intarchmed.com. “Stem cell therapy is experimental, and although the results discussed in the paper [...]

2010-09-28T15:46:07+00:00September 28th, 2010|Heart Disease, News, Stem Cell Therapy|

Statement From The Stem Cell Institute Regarding Decision to Close Costa Rican Operations

The Stem Cell Institute announced today that it proactively and independently made the business decision in early June to close its clinic and lab in Costa Rica and centralize all operations in Panama City, Panama. This decision was made voluntarily. This decision, which came after careful consideration, was reached in response to Costa Rica's unpredictable [...]

2010-06-07T17:01:09+00:00June 7th, 2010|News|