Treatments typically include medication (beta-blockers, ACE inhibitors, ARBs, vasodilators and diuretics) and surgical options (cardiac bypass, transplant). Chronic heart conditions however, eventually lead to heart failure, for which there is no cure.
Innovative elective regenerative and cellular therapies are now offered as an alternative, typically for advanced stage conditions.
The concept of cellular repair is thought to target the cause, not just symptoms. It includes the generation of new heart muscle cells (regeneration), the stimulation of the growth of new blood vessels (angiogenesis), and the repair of damaged tissue (repair), as well as the occurrence of paracrine effects (secretion of several factors including growth factors). Please contact us for more information on your treatment options.