We will be talking here about a specific type of stem cell called mesenchymal stem cells. They are parent cells capable of regeneration differentiation into a range of specialized cells. Once injected, stem cells follow inflammatory signals from damaged tissues. They find the inflammation and get to work aiding in repair. Mesenchymal Stem Cells are considered Adult Stem Cells which means they are safe unlike Embryonic Stem Cells. Most of the bad news about stem cells out there is in regards to embryonic stem cells.
How do they work?
They send out signalling proteins, cytokines and trophic factors to influence Repair Cells. The stem cells themselves do not become the cells needed for repair. Instead they act like the project managers by guiding the repair.
The mesenchymal stem cells we use are Multipotent. Multipotent means: they can transform into different cell types but not an organ. In the body, these cells Do NOT function by transforming into different cell types or tissues. They act via anti-inflammatory activity, immune modulating,and ability to stimulate regeneration.
Why do we Need Stem Cells?
As we age we have fewer Mesenchymal Stem Cells in our bodies. In fact by the time we reach bone maturity, we only have 10% of the stem cells that we previously had. As we age some of the remaining stem cells die. The older we get, the fewer stem cells we have. This means our immune system suffers. Instead of repair tissue exactly as it was the body sends white blood cells which can only repair with fibrosis (scarring). T-Cells also get confused without sufficient stem cells. With insufficient stem cells to guide the T-cells they attack inflammation instead of antigens.
Stem Cells send out Cytokines which re-program the Immune Cells to work Properly.
How Else do Stem Cells Help Repair?
Stem Cells also influence cellular repair by sending out signalling proteins. The Stem Cells act as the managers and help your repair cells rebuild tissue without fibrosis. Stem Cells also guide the repair cells to fix micro-scarring so that real repair can take place. So how do stem cells work?Mesenchymal Stem Cells allow your body to heal itself the right way, like it did in your youth.
How Stem Cells Work for Nerve Repair
Mesenchymal Stem Cells can also heal Nerves by sending out Trophic Factors.
Trophic Factors influence your Neurons to Rebuild Nerves. This has been especially useful for herniated disc (Bulging Disc) pain relief. This is because the herniated disc presses on the nerve causing massive pain. The stem cells in our Back Treatment are able to fix the nerves. We have also seen great success against Neuropathy. These are just some examples of how stem cells work for nerve damage.
How Stem Cells work for Joint Issues
How Stem Cells work for Autoimmune Diseases
Autoimmune Diseases like Diabetes, Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Rheumatoid Arthritis, Fibromyalgia and others can be addressed with Mesenchymal Stem Cells. How stem cells work for these diseases is by fixing the immune system. The cytokines that they send out act like anti-virus software for the immune system. They get the T-cells, microphages and other parts of the immune system working like they would for a healthy child.
How Stem Cells work for Anti-Aging
Anti-Aging Telomere extension can be done with dreambody clinics Stem Cell IV. Click this blue text to link to a page explaining how. For cosmetic anti-aging we externally apply a stem cell facial treatment with the derma pen. Doctor Alfaro is also trained on creating natural derma fillers with the patients own platelet rich plasma (PRP).
How Stem Cells heal Chronic Degenerative Diseases
Stem Cells can heal Chronic Degenerative Diseases like COPD, Heart Issues, Alzheimer’s and more. How stem cells heal these diseases is by repairing past damage and scarring. Then guiding your bodies natural repair process to create new tissue and repair that is identical to how it was.
Our Lab has over 16 Years experience with Mesenchymal Stem Cells.
Come on Down to Dreambody Clinic in Tropical Puerto Vallarta, Mexico for Treatment.
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