Stem Cell Therapy Applications in Medicine
Today, physicians are using stem cells for a number of conditions – including, but not limited to, orthopedic issues, athletic injuries, lung diseases (COPD, pulmonary fibrosis, etc.), neurological conditions (Parkinson’s, Alzheimers, Dementia, Brain injury, etc.), among many others.
What is Oasis Regenerative Medicine?
Our Proprietary Regenerative Therapy Protocols prime then support your body so that the stem cells you receive produce maximal therapeutic effects in your body tissues.
What sets Oasis Regenerative Therapies apart from the competition?
Regenerative medicine is about healing non-functioning cells via the process of replacing and renewing human cells and tissues for the purpose of restoring homeostasis and optimal function in the body. Often, when used in a medically appropriate and individualized manner, this may include potentially using stem cells.
1. Only when medically appropriate
2. Individualized therapeutic protocol
3. Prime your system to receive the therapy
4. Give you the highest quantity & quality stem cell therapy
5. Support & encourage your new stem cells, especially after you receive them
6. Wise investment in your health – considering the additional support that is given to maximize the stem cells healing potential, our pricing is beyond reasonable (even compared to treatments in Mexico). This is not a get-rich scheme for us. This is about giving you the best appropriate therapy possible.
What are Stem Cells?
Stem cells are in our bodies and have the capacity to change into any health cell in our body which means they can turn into bone, cartilage, heart, muscle, skin, etc. Additionally, injured cells/tissues of the body send out physiological molecules that act like beacons that signal the stem cells (and their growth factors, cytokines, and chemokines) to come to the injured/diseases sites and start endogenous cellular repair. Stem cells are normally in our body in all organs. However, with the passage of time, stem cells age in our body just like all other cells do. That is why we use umbilical cord tissue which are young and healthy.
Is Stem Cell Use Ethical?
We use stem cells derived from umbilical and placenta cord tissue, which is the safest and least-invasive method of extraction available. These stem cells are sourced from umbilical cord and placenta tissue from babies that are born healthy and screened for infectious diseases. These umbilical cords and placentas would otherwise typically just be discarded in the trash. Most everyone considers this use of umbilical/placenta derived stem cells to be ethical.
Other Stem Cell Sources (that we do not use)
Embryonic tissue: Most embryonic stem cells are derived from embryos donated from fertility clinics that perform in vitro fertilization (IVF). Some are ethically opposed to this type of stem cell therapy. Bone marrow: Adult stem cells can be extracted from bone marrow by aspiration, typically from the superior iliac crest (hip) or the sternum (chest). This process may be painful and extracts adult stem cells that are already as old and aged as you currently are. Adipose tissues: Adipose-derived stem cells come from a patient’s fat tissue, which is surgically extracted via liposuction under general anesthesia and also extracts adult stem cells that are already as old and aged as you currently are.
Are There Side Effects?
When used in a medically appropriate and individualized manner there are no known ill side effects, no allergic reactions, and no body rejection Today, doctors in a wide variety of institutional settings include stem cell therapies to treat many conditions. Our therapies are simple, safe, do not require anesthesia and take no more time than a traditional office visit. Stem cells are currently being researched and used in a number of medical applications, including (but not limited to):
- Knee Pain
- Joint Pain
- Degenerative Joint Disease
- Degenerative Disc Disease
- Torn meniscus
- Acute joint injuries
- Chronic joint pain
- Whiplash pain
- Chronic Headaches
- Low Back Pain
- Herniated Discs (mild or moderate)
- Rotator Cuff Injuries/Tears (not complete tears)
- Labral Tears (shoulder/hip)
- Sprained Ankles
- Tennis/Golfer’s Elbow
- Unstable joints
- Ligamentous Laxity
- Many more……