TREATMENT AREAS

Areas of the body of which
cellular therapy can be administered

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THE HEART

Current heart disease conditions such as coronary artery disease and congestive heart failure/cardiomyopathy are increasingly widespread.

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.

THE LUNGS

Chronic lung diseases such as pulmonary hypertension or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)/emphysema contribute to shortness of breath, cough, chest tightness, disrupted sleep and diminished energy.

There is no cure yet. However, medicines exist such as bronchodilators to open your airways and steroids to diminish inflammation. Vaccines also lower the risk of contracting pulmonary diseases.

For more severe symptoms, there is surgery such as bullectomy (removal of bullae airspaces resulting from air sac wall destruction), lung volume reduction (damaged tissue removal), and lung transplants.

As an alternative, cellular therapy is thought to target the cause, not just symptoms. It consists in delivering cellular therapy through IV or directly by injection or catheter administration through the pulmonary artery. Cellular therapy is thought to go to areas in need and help repair damaged tissue as well as stimulate new blood vessel growth. Please contact us for more information on your treatment options.

VASCULAR DISEASE

Vascular conditions include generalized atherosclerosis, peripheral artery disease, and even erectile dysfunction.

Treatments typically include medication (to increase blood flow or to lower cholesterol, blood pressure, blood sugar or blood clots) and surgical options (angioplasty to open arteries, graft bypass surgery to bypass blocked vessels). End results can be as serious as a heart attack or stroke

Innovative elective regenerative and cellular therapies are now offered as an alternative. The concept of cellular repair targets the cause, not just symptoms. It includes 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.

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