Stem Cell Therapy Options

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Stem Cell Therapy Options

Tpwell is the leader in Stem Cell Therapy options which are targeted to treat various medical conditions.  Stem Cell Treatment, not yet available in the United States, can be easily scheduled by contacting our staff using our online form. Our partner hospitals are located in Germany, Swiss. Please note that we do not engage in embryonic stem cell treatments, see section Stem cell therapy and religion.

Diseases treated with Stem Cell therapy include:

  • Stem Cell Therapy for Diabetes: type I, type II, Juvenile Diabetes
  • Stem Cell Therapy for Congestive Heart Failure
  • Stem Cell Therapy for COPD and lung disorders
  • Stem Cell Therapy for Multiple Sclerosis
  • Stem Cell Therapy for Stroke
  • Stem Cell Therapy for Parkinson’s  Disease
  • Stem Cell Therapy for Alzheimer’s Disease

Benefits of Stem Cell Therapy:

  • Stem cells have the potential to self-renew, replacing diseased or damaged tissues
  • Minimal risk of rejection, as the stem cells are taken from the patient’s own body
  • Minimal side effects when compared to other forms of treatment
  • Formerly untreatable diseases can be treated through stem cell transplantation procedures

Many other conditions are treatable with the patient’s own stem cells. Your procedure, including travel to and from the destination hospital, is managed by registered nurses from beginning to conclusion, guaranteeing you the optimum experience.  We have subjected our stem cell doctors to an extensive review process in order to boost your potential for success.

Most importantly, we provide you with a personal touch from start to finish.


What is Stem Cell Therapy?

Stem cell therapy is a type of treatment in which a person’s own cells are removed, cleaned, separated, and introduced into damaged tissue in order to treat disease or injury. Stem cells are removed from the patient’s hip or iliac bone and then sent to the lab for cleaning and separation.

Prepared stem cells are injected back into the patient via catheterization, intravenous line, or lumbar puncture in order to repair damaged cells at a specified location. Stem cell transplantation treatment is performed most often as an outpatient procedure, but is dependent on the condition receiving treatment.  Bone marrow stem cell transplant, a form of stem cell therapy, has been performed both in the US and world-wide for the last 30 years.

Will I have to be treated more than once?

Currently,Adult Stem Cell research has demonstrated the continual healing and regenerating power of individual’s stem cells. Patients around the world have received more than one treatment as well as treatments to more than one body area. The need for additional treatments is very individualized, and stemcell research is constantly being refined.

What effects can I expect after treatment?

Although success cannot be guaranteed, many patients have found relief from symptoms after stem cell treatment for heart and lung conditions as well as types of Diabetes and neurodegenerative disorders.

Stem Cell Therapy and Religion

Currently, there are no religious or ethical issues with adult stem cell therapy. These stem cells are derived from adults and not embryos, and, therefore, pose no moral issues. In the future, other sources of stem cells may include umbilical cord cells as well as placental cells, which also do not create any religious concerns. WorldMed Assist does not participate in embryonic stem cell therapy nor research due to the potential for abuse. As an organization, we choose to stay away from controversial matters so that we can focus on improving our patient’s health and wellness.

Additional Information

Tpwell also provides information on stem cell research, treatment success, and transplantprocedures.  Such information can help to inform you of the basics of stem cell therapy.  We also provide more specific information on the exciting new developments in stem cell research, such as advancements with specific types of adult stem cells, bone marrow stem cells, and stem cell therapy for cancer and diabetes treatment.

With the current expansion of stem cell research and development, you can expect quality coverage in such countries as Germany, Swiss,in addition to the U.S.  You may fill out out our online form for a free consultation to get you started.  Tpwell provides you with staff assistance before, during, and after your treatment, to ensure that you receive the most detailed attention throughout the process.