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How Stem Cell Treatment for Arthritis is Administered

Stem Cell Treatment For Arthritis
No matter where your arthritis pain is, there are various ways to treat it. Some of these methods can actually encourage the body to heal itself. The best way is through stem cell therapy. Stem cells are injected into the body to help heal the affected area. In fact, they are injected at the exact site of your pain. Many people report feeling less pain and even no pain as the stem cells work to help the body heal itself. Ask your doctor if stem cell treatments for arthritis will work for you. You'll soon be leaving the pain behind when you call Innovations Stem Cell. Innovations Stem Cell | Stem Cell Treatments For Arthritis | 214-256-1462

Knowing What the Best Alternatives to Hip Replacement Are

Alternatives to Hip replacement
Finding relief for hip pain might mean surgery to replace your hip. However, with stem cell breakthroughs, you don't have to go through that. Stem cell technology offers a great alternative to help the pain in your hip and to help it function like it once did. Using stem cells from your own body, the doctor will inject these cells into your hip, and then you wait for the pain to go away. As we age, it's nice to know that there are alternatives to hip replacement and that costly operations are not a must. Find the right doctor who has all the latest knowledge when it comes to these alternatives by calling Innovations Stem Cell at 214-256-1462. Innovations Stem Cell | Alternatives to Hip Replacement | 214-256-1462

A Breath of Fresh Air: How Stem Cell Therapy Helps Treat COPD

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) affects more than 24 million Americans and is currently ranked as the third leading cause of death in the United States. This disease is most often a result of smoking or exposure to tobacco smoke, though air pollution, infectious diseases and genetic factors can sometimes cause it. People with COPD can suffer from chronic coughs, shortness of breath, wheezing, fatigue and recurrent respiratory infections. Sometimes, a patient with COPD dismisses these signs, assuming that problematic symptoms are simply a sign of old age. However, it’s crucial to recognize these early warning signs and seek treatment as soon as possible. While there is currently no cure for COPD, patients traditionally have been able to manage their symptoms with treatments such as bronchodilators, inhaled steroids, oral steroids, oral medications such as theophylline and roflumilast, oxygen therapy or, in very severe cases, a lung reduction or transplant surgery....
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Stem Cell Therapy: A touchdown for the treatment of knee injuries

While we’re still a few weeks away from the official start of football season, several football players are already down for the count with serious knee injuries during NFL pre-season games and scrimmages. In a pre-season game against the Houston Texans, San Francisco 49ers backup quarterback, Thad Lewis, sustained a serious knee injury that will cause him to miss the entire season. Also, the Chicago Bears’ starting center, Hroniss Grasu, ended his season before it even began with a torn ACL during a tackling scrimmage. These stories are all too familiar, not only in professional football, but also for many former high school and college athletes who still suffer from pain and discomfort as a result of knee injuries they sustained while playing sports. Treatment for these injuries can be time-consuming and painful. Knee repairs or surgeries are often major with a lengthy recovery time spanning anywhere from weeks to...
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6 Treatment Alternatives to Knee Replacement Surgery

Alternatives to knee replacement Surgery
Undergoing surgery, especially if you're advanced in years, is a risky undertaking so evaluating possible alternatives to knee replacement surgery is a good idea. The main reason to have knee replacement surgery is to ease pain and disability caused by arthritis or other joint problems while preserving movement. Here are some of the treatment options your doctor may suggest before rushing straight to the operating room: Exercises to strengthen the muscles around the knee and improve flexibility Weight loss Walking aides Shoe inserts Medicine for pain relief Stem cell therapy The use of stem cells is an experimental treatment that uses bone marrow stem cells from the hip to help regenerate cartilage tissue in the knee. This cutting edge treatment is available at Innovations Stem Cell Center. Call us today at (214)699-6948 to schedule a consultation or visit us online at www.innovationsstemcellcenter.com . Innovations Stem Cell Center | Alternatives to Knee Replacement Surgery...
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Where do Stem Cells Used in Adult Stem Cell Therapy Come From?

Adult Stem Cell Therapy
Stem cells are special cells that can multiply and turn into other types of cells. They have the potential to heal many illnesses and are already being used to treat multiple diseases like autoimmune disorders, cardiac disease, lung problems like COPD and even Crohn's disease. Stem cells are found in all tissues in the body. But in order to obtain them, the tissue needs to have a large enough number of stem cells. The two common tissues are bone marrow and fat. Bone marrow can treat blood derived diseases. However, fat is more easily harvested and can produce more stem cells in one procedure than bone marrow. Fat cells could become the easiest and most likely source for future stem cells for adult stem cell therapy . Innovations Stem Cell Center | Adult Stem Cell Therapy | 214-256-1462

Is Adipose Stem Cell Therapy the Future of Medicine?

Adipose Stem Cell Therapy
Stem cells are found in three main places. The first ones discovered were in embryos. This brought up several ethical concerns and complications in obtaining the embryonic stem cells. The second source of stem cells is from adult bone marrow. They have the same properties and potential medical applications as embryonic stem cells without the ethical questions surrounding them. The third place stem cells are found is in adipose cells (fat cells). They are easier and less invasive to harvest. All stem cells have two important properties: The ability to multiply. The stem cells can make an infinite number of copies of themselves. They can become any type of cell. Stem cells are blank and can become skin, bone or muscle cells. There are endless possibilities for the medical uses of stem cells. Now that they can be harvested from adult fat cells, the procedures are far less invasive. One area...
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Knowing the Cost of Stem Cell Therapy For Helping COPD Symptoms

Cost of Stem Cell Therapy
If you've been diagnosed with COPD, you might be wondering what the treatments are going to be and how much it will cost. While there are many treatments out there, one that you may or may not have heard of is stem cell treatment. There are various medical uses for stem cell therapy and since COPD is one of them, you might find that your breathing gets easier and easier with each treatment you undergo. Your insurance may even cover some of the $8,000 to $10,000 cost. Ask your doctor if stem cell therapy is right for you so that you can get on the road to recovery quicker. Innovations Stem Cell | Cost of Stem Cell Therapy | 214-256-1462

Using Stem Cell Therapy for COPD to Improve Quality of Life

Stem Cell Therapy For Copd
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease lessens a person's quality of life. When you're diagnosed with COPD, the first thing a doctor will tell you to do is to quit smoking. There are several treatment options that will be given to diminish symptoms and help improve your quality of life. These include inhaled medications, either long or short acting. They can be used as needed or sometimes a combination of both is required. Oral medications help manage COPD as well as oxygen therapy to help a patient feel less fatigued and more able to live their lives. Steroids and respiratory therapy have shown to help with COPD as well. When a patient has tried other treatments and is still having difficulty living with COPD, it may be time to try stem cell treatment. Stem cells are harvested from adult fat cells and then administered through an IV and a nebulizer. 90% of...
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Advantages in Treating COPD using Stem Cell Research

Advantages of Stem Cell Research
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) can cause a decline in quality of life. With frequent coughing, wheezing, shortness of breath and fatigue, a person finds it hard to enjoy daily activities. Stem cell therapy is a new medical frontier and has shown promise in relieving the symptoms of COPD. Stem cells are removed from fat cells from the patient through a simple procedure and then given to the patient through a nebulizer and an I.V. Most patients found relief after only one treatment. 90% of patients noticed an increase in oxygen levels and feeling less fatigued. This treatment has the potential to change lives and make living with COPD more bearable. Innovations Stem Cell | Advantages of Stem Cell Research | 214-256-1462

What Conditions Can Be Treated With Stem Cell Treatments?

Stem Cell Treatments
The practice of using stem cell treatments to aide in the handling of multiple diseases and health conditions is still rather new, but the possibilities that can come of it are remarkable and a step in the right direction toward a positive future in medicine. Stem cells have the potential to heal many different types of damaged tissues in the body. Stem cell therapies may be used as treatments for the following conditions: Spinal cord injury Diabetes Heart disease Alzheimer's disease Lung disease To see if pursuing stem cell treatments for your current medical condition is the right option, schedule a consultation with the specialists at Innovation Stem Cell Center. Call us at (214)699-6948 or visit us online at www.innovationsstemcellcenter.com for more information. Innovations Stem Cell Center | Stem Cell Treatments | 214-256-1462

Stem Cell Treatment Spinal Cord Injury: 5 Common Spinal Injury Causes

Stem Cell Treatment Spinal Cord Injury
Medical advances are progressing at impressive rates, especially with the possibility of having stem cell treatment spinal cord injury . A spinal cord injury is very devastating and life altering.  The level of impairment depends on the severity of the injury and the location. The most common causes of spinal cord injuries in the United States are: Motor vehicle accidents Falls Acts of violence Sports and recreation injuries Diseases Knowing that there is a therapy out there that can help to improve the quality of life after a spinal cord injury is encouraging and Innovations Stem Cell Center can help. Call (214)699-6948 to schedule a consultation or visit us online at www.innovationsstemcellcenter.com for more information on the conditions stem cell therapy can help.

Benefits of Stem Cell Therapy as an Alternative to Knee Replacement

Alternative to Knee Replacement
A knee replacement is a very traumatic event that requires long rehabilitation and surgical risks, so if an alternative to knee replacement was available it would definitely be worth doing your homework on. Most surgeries also speed up the process of tissues breaking down that leads to osteoarthritis. Stem cell therapy is becoming a good alternative treatment for common knee issues. Here are some of the benefits you can experience with it: Little to no downtime Return to activity quickly No surgical risks The specialists at Innovations Stem Cell Center can help evaluate your situation and make a recommendation on what you can do to remedy it. Give us a call at (214)699-6948 to schedule an appointment and we can let you know if stem cell therapy is right for you. For more information, visit www.innovationsstemcellcenter.com.

How Does COPD Stem Cell Treatment Work?

Many of us have heard of stem cells , but what are they, where do they come from and why all the excitement? Dr. Johnson explains that if you cut a finger, the cells that are damaged release chemical messengers to call other cells in to do the healing and stimulate the stem cells in the area that produce the new growth. The healing is done by stem cells and if we could harness that, we could cause healing for injuries and diseases. The fascinating features of stem cells are that you can make more stem cells from one cell and it can also become any type of cell. By adding more stem cells to the injury, we can repair the damage. Here's a full transcript Dr. Johnson explanation on Good Morning Texas: AMY VANDEROEF: Many of us have heard of stem cells but what are they, where do they...
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Alternative Treatments For COPD Using Fat Stem Cell Therapy

When we break something, we try to glue it or maybe fix it with tape. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't. Our bodies work the same way. In this Good Morning Texas television appearance, Dr. Bill Johnson talks about an investigational study that looks at using our body's fix-it cells for hard-to-fix problems. Here's a transcript of the conversation: Hi, Dr. J! DR. J: Good morning! AMY: All right. Let's talk about this and it's a really cool one. What exactly are stem cells? DR. J: Well, stem cells are the cells that we all grow from. So, all the embryos as we grow are stem cells and they end up becoming all the organs, all the tissues in our bodies. Then, once we're adults, anytime we need a new cell, it's a stem cell that produces the new cells as well. So, stem cells are very important in...
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Learn How Stem Cell Therapy is Being Used Right Here in North Texas

Stem cell treatment has become an increasingly popular the last few years. In fact, many people are leaving this country to receive treatment for a number of disorders. But fortunately for all of us, investigational stem cell therapy is available for all of us here in North Texas. In this video, Dr. Bill Johnson explains how stem cell treatment works and how we can take advantage of it. Stem cells basically do most of the healing in our body. When we cut our finger, what happens is that the damaged cells release certain chemical messengers called growth factors. These growth factors in cells to clean up the damage and once that is done, the stem cells then come in and become the new cells that we need to replace the stem cells that were killed. Therefore, the actual healing is done by the stem cells. The same process is true if...
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Stem cell therapy for stroke

Stroke is the third main cause of death and the first cause of chronic disability in the United States. Unfortunately, treatment for stroke remains limited. To date, the only FDA-approved treatment for ischemic stroke is tissue plasminogen activator (tPA), which has a narrow time window of only approximately 4.5 hours after the onset of stroke symptoms. Approximately only 3-5% of all patients that suffer a stroke benefit from tPA, primarily due to the narrow therapeutic window. The lack of available therapies and the devastating effects of these diseases compel researchers and clinicians to find more effective treatments. Cell therapies are a revolutionary treatment for neurodegenerative diseases. Similar to traditional drug therapies, experimentation must determine many factors for the safety and efficacy of stem cell treatments such as the correct dose, delivery route, and optimal time of intervention. Stem cell lines must be validated through multiple laboratories with different animal models...
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Are Clinical Trials With Mesenchymal Stem/Progenitor Cells too far ahead of the Science?

There are many questions when it comes to stem cell research. This sentinel article highlights the development of HSC hematopoietic stem cells over the past 60 years and identifies certain challenges we can expect as we develop MSC mesenchymal stem cell technology. Download a PDF  of the article. You can see the vital role of the clinical work and how it developed and focused the laboratory work that was necessary to perfect the HSC transplant technology used today for malignancies and severe autoimmune disease. Some of the science highlighted in the article will be added to the FAQ section of our Network website. As you can see, MSC’s behave in a more unpredictable and cytokine dependent fashion than HSC’s, making success with serious disease treatment more elusive. Simplistic laboratory schemes of differentiating MSC cells and using them clinically will continue to be a challenge since these cells do not engraft easily...
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SVF Stem Cell Therapy For Neuropathy, MS, ALS, Knee Replacement, Shoulder Replacement

In this Good Morning Texas segment, Dr. Bill Johnson explains how SVF Stem Cell Therapy can be used for Neuropathy, MS, ALS, knee replacement, and shoulder replacement. A full transcript of the conversation is listed below. Full Transcript HOST: Well, we often hear about stem cell therapy in the news and in magazines. We see this word used a lot. But what’s really happening to advance this type of therapy? Well, Dr. Bill Johnson of Innovations Medical has just returned from a conference. He is here to tell us about some of the latest developments, and some of them are really exciting, Dr. J. DR. J: Really some exciting things going on. We’re talking about using your own fat to get your own stem cells and then giving them back to you for therapeutic reasons – to fix things that we’ve not been able to fix in the past –...
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How Does The Body Heal Using Stem Cells? Dr Bill Johnson Explains

In this Good Morning Texas segment, Dr. Bill Johnson explains how the body heals using stem cells. A full transcript of the conversation is listed below. Full Transcript AMY VANDEROEF: Talk about some cool science. Have you ever wondered how our bodies repair themselves ? Or why some areas heal completely while others seems to not at all? Well, Dr. Bill Johnson of Innovations Stem Cell Center can show and tell us what medical science can do to help us heal and this is really fascinating stuff. We’re going to try to cram into three minutes thousands of hours of research. DR. BILL JOHNSON: Yes, we are. AMY: And many years of research. So, talk about how our body can heal ourselves? DR. J: Well, it really has been object of research and we now are starting to understand it. So, when we have a damaged cell – whether it’s...
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