Regenerative Medicine Treatments
Our stem cell therapy treatments cover a variety of conditions including diseases, disorders, injuries, neuropathy, and many more. Learn more about what your stem cells can do to help you treat these conditions as a patient of Dynamic Stem Cell Therapy. If you have any questions, call (702) 547-6565 to speak with a representative!
MUSCULOSKELETAL & SPORTS INJURIES
Torn ligaments and other injuries may be managed through stem cell therapy treatments using stem cells from your own body to help regenerate your tendons, ligaments, and bones.
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Also known as osteoarthritis, degenerative arthritis is a type of joint disease that results from the breakdown of joint cartilage and underlying bone. Most patients experience joint stiffness and pain.
If you are suffering from degenerative arthritis (Osteoarthritis), then autologous stem cells harvested from your own body fat may help reduce your pain and inflammation and increase your mobility. This is because these stem cell therapy treatments may regenerate your joint cartilage and underlying bone.
Autologous stem cells found within your own body can regenerate and rejuvenate tendons, ligaments, and bone. By harvesting, concentrating, and reintroducing these stem cells to your body, we may be able to help you recover from your hip injury and accelerate your healing process.
Autologous stem cells found within your own body can regenerate and rejuvenate tendons, ligaments, and bone. By harvesting, concentrating, and reintroducing these stem cells to your body, we may be able to help you repair your torn ligaments and accelerate your healing process.
Cartilage is a connective tissue found in many parts of the body. Although it is a tough and flexible material, it is relatively easy to damage. This fine, rubbery tissue acts as a cushion between the bones in your joints. Healthy cartilage allows the bones to move and glide over each other with minimal friction and no pain.
Articular cartilage is the smooth, white tissue that covers the ends of bones where they come together to form joints. Having healthy articular cartilage in our joints makes it easier to move, because it allows the bones to glide over each other with very little friction. This is very important for the preservation and normal function of the joints, but articular cartilage can be damaged by injury or normal wear and tear.
In the knee, cartilage is responsible for providing a smooth protective layer covering the femur, tibia and the patella undersurface, as well as serving as a shock absorber for the knee. Cartilage does not have its own blood supply so it does not have the natural ability to heal itself after damage from a sports injury, work injury or a traumatic event. If left untreated, a knee cartilage injury can cause deterioration in the joint leading to osteoarthritis and other degenerative disorders.
The shoulder is the most mobile joint in the human body and is put under constant motion and stress every day. Because of this, many patients experience shoulder osteoarthritis during their lives, causing them to suffer from chronic joint pain, swelling and inflammation.
Osteoarthritis is caused by the deterioration of articular cartilage, which is the smooth, white substance that covers the ends of each shoulder bone. Over time, a patient’s bones may rub against each other while the shoulder is in motion from total loss of cartilage. Alternatives to shoulder arthroplasty may include injections such as cortisone. There is early data suggesting that biologic injections may be beneficial for patients with early to moderate osteoarthritis.
Emergency medicine doctor and trauma medicine specialist Dr. Dale Carrison now offers stem cell therapy treatments for selected patients with shoulder arthritis and injuries to help manage painful symptoms associated with early to moderate shoulder arthritis and degenerative conditions that cause pain for patients. We also treat traumatic injuries related to sports or other issues.
Orthopedics & Sports Medicine:
Complex tissue repair and replacement have proliferated in orthopedics, sports medicine, and prolotherapy, eclipsing the historic emphasis on mechanical and metallic implants. A new era of orthopedic therapies encompasses cellular and molecular-based healing strategies.
Clinical data suggests using autologous cell composites provides a vast range of therapeutic applications, because they can repair and regenerate many types of musculoskeletal tissue. Researchers assert the bioactive proteins within cells initiate soft and hard tissue healing, including bone, tendon, cartilage and ligament regeneration and repair.
Additional data suggests these bioactive proteins develop new vascular and epithelial tissue and stimulate the physiological process of wound healing. The optimization of stem cell therapy in the field of sports medicine for otherwise healthy individuals is one of many cutting edge avenues we are actively pursuing here at Dynamic Stem Cell Therapy.
For people who live with debilitating cardiopulmonary (heart and lung) conditions, it may seem like there are few options. However, academic and clinical research demonstrates that stem cell therapy treatments have been shown in some cases to accelerate the regeneration of strong, healthy cells in the cardiopulmonary system.
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Congestive Heart Failure (CHF):
Congestive heart failure occurs when the heart fails to maintain sufficient blood flow to meet the body’s needs. Recruited resident stem cells in a patient’s own body may help patients with CHF since they could fix the problem by supplying healthy myocardial cells.
Cardiomyopathy refers to diseases of the heart muscle. These diseases have a variety of causes, symptoms, and treatments. Cardiomyopathy causes the thickening and/or enlarging of the heart muscle. Scar tissue forms on the heart, which weakens it. This weakening of the heart decreases its ability to pump blood throughout the body and maintain a normal electrical rhythm.
This can lead to heart failure, arrhythmia and other serious complications such as heart valve problems. Heart failure can cause fluid to build up in the lungs, abdomen or lower extremities like the legs, ankles and feet.
Regenerative biomolecules recruit resident stem cells within your own body to regenerate and rejuvenate your heart muscle to a healthier state. By harvesting, concentrating, and reintroducing these stem cells to your body, we may be able to help you have a stronger, healthier heart.
Post Heart Attack (MI):
As a heart attack happens the flow of oxygen through a section of heart muscle suddenly becomes blocked and the heart can’t get oxygen. Heart muscle begins to die if blood flow is not restored quickly. Recruited resident stem cells in a patient’s own body may help patients post heart attack since they can become new cardiac cells to regenerate and rejuvenate the damaged heart muscle.
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a disease that makes it difficult to breathe and gets worse over time. Examples of COPD are bronchitis and asthma. These conditions can produce large amounts of mucus which cause coughing, wheezing, shortness of breath, chest tightness, and other symptoms.
Recruited resident stem cells in a patient’s own body may help patients with COPD since they can regenerate airway structures, which allows more air through those passages.
Cardiopulmonary & Cardiology:
Cardiologists are recognizing the therapeutic applications of regenerative cells to repair and regenerate damaged tissues as it relates to the cardiothoracic system. It is in this field that the largest amount of published data is available, and current research suggests these new, progressive non-surgical techniques hold significant promise for repairing tissue.
The human cell contains bioactive proteins capable of accelerating soft tissue healing, developing and repairing blood vessels, and promoting growth of epithelial tissue.
DEGENERATIVE EYE DISEASES
Eye diseases and damage can be incredibly frustrating to live with but with the right stem cell therapy treatments, your symptoms could get better. We offer these treatments and may be able to help you on your road to recovery.
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Macular degeneration is the leading cause of vision loss, affecting more than 10 million Americans – more than cataracts and glaucoma combined, according to www.macular.org.
Considered to be an incurable eye disease, Macular degeneration is caused due to the deterioration of the central portion of the retina or macula. The macula is the back layer inside of the eye that records the images we see and sends them via the optic nerve from the eye to the brain. The macula is responsible for focusing central vision. Without a proper functioning macula patients have trouble being able to read, recognize faces or colors, see fine detail in objects, or even to drive a car.
Deterioration of the macula comes in 2 basic types; “dry (atrophic)” which is more common, appearing in 85%-90% of all cases, and “wet (exudative)” which is less common, only occurring in 10%-15% of all patients suffering from macular degeneration.
Biomolecular cellular rich tissue grafts recruit resident stem cells that may help you since they can regenerate cells of the central portion of the retina.
Retinal hemorrhage is abnormal bleeding of the blood vessels of the membrane in the back of the eye, or the retina.
Autologous stem cells found within your own body fat can regenerate and rejuvenate the cells in your eyes. Harvesting, concentrating, and reintroducing these stem cells to your body may help you since they can repair damaged blood vessels.
Progressive non-surgical treatments have been used widely in ophthalmology for epithelial wound healing of the cornea over the past 20 years. Ongoing research demonstrates that bioactive proteins within autologous cells develop new blood vessels and epithelial tissue, and even stimulate soft and hard tissue wound healing at the site of injury.
Autologous stem cells found within your own body fat can regenerate and rejuvenate the cells in your eyes. Harvesting, concentrating, and reintroducing these stem cells to your body may help you since they can regenerate the tissue damaged by your wound.
Neurological disorders and injuries such as Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, or the damage caused by strokes may be able to be treated with stem cell therapy. Academic and clinical research demonstrates that stem cell therapy treatments display efficacy in assisting recovery from these often debilitating and non-responsive conditions.
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The National Parkinson Foundation describes Parkinson’s disease (PD) as a “neurodegenerative brain disorder that progresses slowly in most people. Most people’s symptoms take years to develop, and they live for years with the disease. In short, a person’s brain slowly stops producing a neurotransmitter called dopamine. With less and less dopamine, a person has less and less ability to regulate their movements, body and emotions.”
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Autologous stem cells found within your own body fat can regenerate the neurons in your brain and rejuvenate the dopamine levels in your body. Because of this, stem cell therapy treatments including harvesting, concentrating, and reintroducing these stem cells to your body may help you battle Parkinson's disease.
The Alzheimer’s Association describes Alzheimer’s as “a progressive disease, where dementia symptoms gradually worsen over a number of years. In its early stages, memory loss is mild, but with late-stage Alzheimer’s, individuals lose the ability to carry on a conversation and respond to their environment.
Premature senility is the cause of dementia and 60%-70% of all cases turn out to be Alzheimer’s. This generalized degeneration of the brain may be helped with the regenerative power of autologous stem cells.
Autologous stem cells found within your own body fat can regenerate and rejuvenate the cells in your brain. Harvesting, concentrating, and reintroducing these stem cells to your body may help since they can rejuvenate brain cells in patients with Alzheimer’s disease.
Spinal Cord Injury (SCI):
The spinal cord is a major bundle of tightly compacted nerves contained within the vertebral column that carry nerve impulses to and from the brain. The spinal cord and the brain constitute the central nervous system. In SCI spinal cord severing does not have to take place for a loss of function to occur.
In most patients that have SCI, the spinal cord is still intact, but damage to cells results from compression or inflammation. This compression or inflammation that occurs results in patients losing function. An SCI is very different from back injuries such as pinched nerves, ruptured disks or spinal stenosis. These other back injuries involve musculoskeletal and peripheral nerve changes, but a spinal cord injury involves damage to the central nervous system.
Autologous stem cells found within your own body fat can regenerate the nerve cells needed to decrease inflammation and decompress damaged spinal cords. Because of this, harvesting, concentrating, and reintroducing these stem cells to your body may help you recover from your spinal cord injury.
People that have suffered a stroke have had brain cell damage for one of two reasons. Either the oxygen rich blood that was supplying their brains was reduced for a time (ischemic stroke) or they experienced bleeding in their brain (hemorrhagic stroke). People with stroke damage may have a variety of ailments after the stroke including depression, pneumonia, and other related neurological deficits.
Autologous stem cells found within your own body fat can regenerate brain and nerve cells. New, healthy brain cells can eventually diminish ailments brought on by strokes. Because of this, harvesting, concentrating, and reintroducing these stem cells to your body may help you recover from your stroke.
Cognitive Impairment can develop due to a number of symptoms including those described above in this category.
Autologous stem cells found within your own body fat can regenerate nerve cells in your brain, which may help with mental alertness and memory .
Autoimmune diseases can severely hamper your body's ability to function normally, but stem cell therapy treatments could help with many conditions.
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Lupus is a chronic autoimmune disease. This disease causes the immune system to produce antibodies to cells within the body leading to widespread inflammation and tissue damage.
Autologous stem cells found within your own body fat can decrease inflammation and repair damaged tissues. Because of this, harvesting, concentrating, and reintroducing these stem cells to your body may help you manage Lupus.
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is an autoimmune disease that causes chronic inflammation of the joints.
Autologous stem cells harvested from your own body fat may help you manage rheumatoid arthritis (RA) since our procedure can decrease inflammation. This can be done through systemic Intravenous delivery. This delivery system will provide your own stem cells wherever the body needs them. We can also deliver cells directly between a patients’ ailing joints.
Multiple Sclerosis (MS):
Multiple sclerosis (MS) affects nerves in the brain and spinal cord, causing a wide range of symptoms including problems with muscle movement, balance and vision. There is currently no cure for MS, but there are a number of treatments that can help.
Because there is currently no cure for MS, a number of treatments have been introduced which may include MS medications, deep brain stimulation, plasma exchange, Botox, physical therapy, steroids, and stem cell therapy.
Autologous stem cells found within your own body fat can regenerate nerves of the entire body, including those affected by multiple sclerosis (MS). Because of this, harvesting, concentrating, and reintroducing these stem cells to your body may help you if you have multiple sclerosis.
Crohn's Disease (IBD):
Crohn’s disease is a long-term condition that causes inflammation to the lining of the digestive system. The condition most commonly occurs in the ileum or colon.
Autologous stem cells found within your own body fat can reduce inflammation and repair damaged tissues. Because of this, harvesting, concentrating, and reintroducing these stem cells to your body may help decrease inflammation and relieve your symptoms, avoiding long-term treatments such as corticosteroids, immunosuppressant medicines, dietary treatments, and even surgery.
Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD):
IBD is a broad term that describes inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract with conditions where patients have chronic or recurring immune response. The two most common inflammatory bowel diseases are ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease. In Crohn’s disease inflammation affects the entire digestive tract and in ulcerative colitis only the large intestine is affected. In both illnesses there is an abnormal response to the body’s immune system.
Autologous stem cells found within your own body fat can reduce inflammation and repair damaged tissues in patients suffering from IBD. Because of this, harvesting, concentrating, and reintroducing these stem cells to your body may help decrease inflammation and relieve your symptoms.
Type I Diabetes:
Type I diabetes happens when your immune system destroys cells in your pancreas called beta cells. Beta cells make insulin which is a hormone that helps move sugar, or glucose, into our body’s tissues which we use as fuel.
Autologous stem cells found within your own body fat may help to regenerate beta cells in the pancreas. Because of this, Dynamic Stem Cell Therapy may be able to help those patients afflicted with Type I diabetes by harvesting, concentrating, and reintroducing these stem cells to your body.
Cirrhosis is a chronic disease of the liver. Cirrhosis is marked by cellular degeneration, inflammation, and fibrous thickening of tissue.
Autologous stem cells harvested from a patient’s own body fat can help patients with Cirrhosis since they can help regenerate cells in need, decrease inflammation, and rejuvenate tissue.
Graves’ disease is an auto-immune disorder that results in the overproduction of thyroid hormones, which causes hyperthyroidism.
Autologous stem cells harvested from a patient’s own body fat may help patients with Grave’s disease since they can help regenerate the thyroid to a more normal functioning state.
Myasthenia gravis is a chronic condition that causes muscle weakening and rapid muscle fatigue. People with this condition improve with rest, causing symptoms to come and go at times. However, myasthenia gravis currently has no cure and tends to get progressively worse over time.
Autologous stem cells harvested from a patient’s own body fat may help patients with myasthenia gravis since they can help regenerate the muscle cells in need. This procedure may help with energy and remission of symptoms for patients living with myasthenia gravis.
Vasculitis is an inflammation of blood vessels, which includes the veins, arteries, and capillaries. Inflammation in vasculitis is thought to occur due to infection or a faulty immune system response.
Autologous stem cells harvested from a patient’s own body fat may help patients with vasculitis since they can help decrease inflammation, fight infection by turning into white blood cells, or possibly correct the faulty immune system's response.
Pain Management & Wound Healing:
Pain management and wound Healing therapies are the most promising areas for autologous stem cell and molecular therapies. The range of applications using regenerative cells is potentially limitless as these therapies both repair damaged tissue and regenerate new tissue.
Researchers assert the bioactive proteins within cells initiate soft and hard tissue healing, including bone, tendon, cartilage and ligament regeneration and repair. Additional data suggests these bioactive proteins develop new vascular and epithelial tissue and stimulate the physiological process of wound healing.
Stem cell therapy may assist in the treatment of a number of metabolic issues and conditions, including Lyme disease, liver disease, and type II diabetes. By unlocking the power of your stem cells, you may be able to return to a more normal or comfortable life.
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Type II Diabetes:
Type 2 diabetes, also called noninsulin-dependent diabetes, is a chronic condition usually presenting itself in adulthood. This condition affects the way the body metabolizes glucose (sugar).
Patients with this condition experience for one of two reasons. First, they may have insulin resistance, which is resistance to a regulating hormone that transports glucose into the body’s cells. Alternatively, their bodies may not produce enough insulin to maintain a normal glucose level.
Autologous stem cells harvested from a patient’s own body fat may help patients with Type II diabetes since these stem cells can regenerate insulin in the body.
Osteoporosis is a medical condition characterized by a degeneration of bones making them brittle and more fragile from loss of tissue. Osteoporosis typically occurs in older patients as a result of hormonal changes or a deficiency of calcium or vitamin D.
Autologous stem cells harvested from a patient’s own body fat may help patients with osteoporosis since these stem cells can regenerate and rejuvenate bone and tissue.
Liver disease, or any disorder of the liver, involves the largest organ in the upper right quadrant of the abdomen. The liver, which aids in the digestion and removal of waste products from the blood is extremely important for the body to function correctly.
Examples of conditions patients with liver disease have are:
Cirrhosis, or scarring of the liver, hepatitis stemming from inflammation, hepatitis B and hepatitis C stemming from infection, or even non-infectious causes such as chemical or autoimmune hepatitis. Also, tumors both benign and malignant are also known to cause liver cancer. Metabolic disorders can cause liver disease. Additionally, alcohol abuse, Infections, poisons, inherited (genetic) conditions can also cause diseases of the liver.
A multitude of other different functions of the liver are impaired in most patients with liver disease.
Autologous stem cells harvested from a patient’s own body fat may help patients with liver disease since they can regenerate and rejuvenate hepatic (liver) cells.
Fibromyalgia is a chronic disorder characterized by musculoskeletal pain, fatigue, and tenderness all over the body and in localized areas.
Autologous stem cells harvested from a patient’s own body fat may help patients with Fibromyalgia since they can regenerate and rejuvenate bone and muscle cells. Stem cell therapy treatments may increase energy levels, decrease inflammation, and reduce a patient's perceived pain.
Chronic fatigue (low energy) syndrome is a disorder characterized by extreme fatigue that can’t be explained by any underlying medical condition.
Autologous stem cells harvested from your own body fat may help since they can regenerate and rejuvenate cells, which could increase your energy levels and allow you to regain an increased quality of life.
Hypertension, commonly referred as high blood pressure or arterial hypertension, is a chronic medical condition in which the blood pressure in the arteries is persistently elevated.
Autologous stem cells harvested from a patient’s own body fat may help patients with hypertension since they can regenerate and rejuvenate myocardial (heart) cells as well as the arteries that stem from the heart, which could in turn lower blood pressure.
This tickborne illness is carried by some deer ticks, and receiving an infected bite can result in devastating repercussions.
Patients are generally very healthy and have great coping mechanisms in place. Nutritionally, they may have tried everything to help their symptoms. However, some cases of Lyme disease can progress into neurological, heart, joint, eye, and liver problems. Left untreated, it can travel throughout the body to new locations, causing nervous system problems and arthritis.
Autologous stem cells harvested from a patient’s own body fat may help patients living with Lyme disease manage its symptoms since these stem cells can regenerate many different cells in the body. These new, healthy cells may be able to recruit native cells with specialized functions to help regenerate and rejuvenate injuries and decrease global internal inflammation. This could lessen pain and other symptoms associated with Lyme disease. In theory, re-infusing the body with purified, isolated stem cells could very well help these patients regain an increased quality of life.
Stem cell therapy treatments may even help with aesthetic conditions or improve your look. Hair regrowth, face and skin rejuvenation, reducing the effects of aging, and more could all be possible.
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A stem cell therapy procedure involves taking your body's own stem cells that are capable of regeneration and using them to help repair and regenerate cells that have been damaged and depleted over time.
According to the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, stem cell anti-aging therapy falls under regenerative medicine. This is because the stem cells are used to help repair the tissues in your body and could return it to its normal function and state.
We use PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) drawn from a patient’s own peripheral blood in combination with autologous stem cells harvested from a patient’s own body fat for cosmetic treatments. This is because these stem cells and PRP could help regenerate and rejuvenate a patient's skin (most frequently on the facial region). We provide a delivery method using micro-needling to infuse the skin with possible new collagen cells.
Hair loss is also known as alopecia or baldness. Referring to a loss of hair on the head or body can refer to general hair loss or male pattern hair loss.
Autologous stem cells harvested from a patient’s own body fat may help patients that are suffering from hair loss since these stem cells could regenerate and rejuvenate hair follicles and allow for lush new hair growth.