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Regenerative Medicine of the Future Today
RegenBioCell's regenerative medicine unit utilizes the most advanced biotechnology in the application of stem cells and cellular growth factors for tissue regeneration in anti-aging, chronic degenerative diseases, metabolic diseases, autoimmune diseases, and nervous system diseases.
It activates the natural capacity for regeneration and revitalization of tissues and organs, through an innovative procedure that uses activated adult stem cells and growth factors derived from the patient's own adipose tissue, bone marrow, and blood.
Once these stem cells are applied, they develop their natural ability to stimulate the regeneration of affected tissues and organs.
What is the Regen BioCell method?
At RegenBioCell, we use the application of stem cells obtained from the patient's adipose tissue (fat) or bone marrow, combined with growth factors obtained from the patient's own blood plasma, depending on the disease being treated.
In addition, we perform cellular activation with low-frequency and low-intensity electromagnetic fields, the product of our own research, which make this cellular therapy a highly effective therapeutic tool.
What are the foundations of the stem cell procedure?
Our own fat is the richest known source of adult stem cells, as it contains millions of these cells. Although this type of cell is found in all organs of the body, it is in adipose tissue (fat) where they are most concentrated, which is why this tissue has greater potential for renewal and restoration.
In our peripheral blood, about 10,000 adult stem cells can be found per sample, and only 25% of them are mesenchymal stem cells. Bone marrow contains about 50,000 adult stem cells, and only 50% of them are mesenchymal stem cells. In contrast, adipose tissue contains 10 to 60 million stem cells per sample, and 99% of them are mesenchymal stem cells capable of differentiating into various types of cells that can repair other tissues and organs.
Mesenchymal stem cells derived from adipose tissue have shown to be one of the most effective tools that the body has for self-repair, due to three important and unique characteristics they present:
- Plasticity: Potential to transform into other types of cells.
- Homing: Being attracted to damaged tissue.
- Grafting: Attachment to damaged tissues.
What is the Stem Cell Procedure?
Once adipose tissue is obtained through a small liposuction, it is processed with the standard enzymatic protocol for obtaining stem cells.
A blood sample is also processed to obtain platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and subsequently growth factor-rich plasma.
Next, the stem cells are activated using the original method with photoactivation (activation with different types of light) and then subjected to low-frequency and intensity electromagnetic field stimulation, which provides us with highly active cells in regenerative processes thanks to their known effects.
In autoimmune diseases and other pathologies, as determined by medical criteria, auto-antibodies are extracted from the fat and blood obtained to avoid unwanted effects and improve results.
After this, literally millions of the patient's own newly activated stem cells are administered back into the body and immediately begin their work.
Procedure duration: it can vary from three to five hours depending on the application and type of pathology being treated, it is performed under local anesthesia, which makes it a painless procedure with little disability and easy recovery.
Side effects: the few side effects of the procedure include minimal inflammation, mild bruising, some patients may experience nausea during the first few hours, weakness or occasional headaches.
What are Stem Cells?
They are cells in our body that have the ability to divide and differentiate into various specialized cells and self-renew. They provide new cells that have the ability to regenerate damaged tissues.
We commonly find them in the different tissues of the body, especially in large quantities in adipose (fat) tissue and bone marrow.
What diseases can be treated? Degenerative arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes, autoimmune diseases....
Osteoarthritis is a chronic disease that affects the cartilage of the joints, cartilage damage can cause bones to wear down against each other, causing pain and restricted movement.
This type of arthritis is frequently located in the hands, knees, hips, or spine.
Wear and tear from age, repetitive movements, sedentary lifestyles, overweight, or intense sports may be some of the factors that accentuate natural deterioration or the onset of joint-related conditions.
Osteoarthritis causes pain, inflammation, and prevents normal movements such as closing the hand, climbing stairs, or walking.
Regenerative medicine using tissue growth factors (PRP) and stem cells in these types of pathologies has helped improve the clinical and functional status of joints and therefore the quality of life of the patient.
In rheumatoid arthritis, the body's immune system attacks the lining of the joint capsule, which consists of a tough membrane that encloses all parts of the joint. This lining, known as the "synovial membrane," becomes inflamed and swollen.
The disease process can eventually destroy the cartilage and bone within the joint.
It is one of the most common forms of arthritis, which usually appears in adults and in some cases in young people and even children, in this disease the patient's own immune system attacks the joint capsule that encloses the entire joint, this lining called the synovial capsule becomes inflamed and can also destroy the cartilage and bone.
It frequently manifests early as morning stiffness of the fingers and hands and in more advanced forms attacks other joints.
All of these conditions can now be treated with stem cells, one of their effects is immunomodulation, which means that in case of an exaggerated response of the immune system, the intra-articular application of stem cells decreases inflammatory activity and on the other hand exerts the regenerative action on damaged tissues.
Diabetes and other chronic and degenerative diseases
Degenerative diseases such as type II diabetes, heart failure, Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, among others, are being successfully treated with the application of stem cells both systemically and directly into affected organs.
For example, in diabetes, stem cells can be applied directly to pancreatic tissue, producing the stimulation of insulin-producing beta cells, reducing glucose levels, and improving the quality of life of patients.
Frequent diseases such as systemic lupus erythematosus, rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, scleroderma, type I diabetes, and other similar pathologies seriously affect patients' lives, causing marked limitations and sometimes debilitating symptoms.
Although we have made progress in treatments with monoclonal antibodies and other advanced therapies.
Mesenchymal cell therapy or stem cell therapy have opened up a new and hopeful outlook in the treatment of these diseases.
As we described regarding rheumatoid arthritis, mesenchymal stem cells have immunoregulatory or immunomodulatory capabilities, with a clear tendency to decrease inflammatory phenomena.
This, combined with their good tolerance, invites their use, taking into account appropriate indications and correct protocols.
Our stem cell therapy for erectile dysfunction is a minimally invasive procedure.
This treatment consists of injecting a concentration of PRP (platelet-rich plasma) and mesenchymal cells (stem cells) from fat into the cavernous bodies of the penis, which will increase the population of regenerating cells, promoting neovascularization and tissue regeneration.
This approach is designed to benefit both structural capacity and achieve an adequate erection.
Hair loss or alopecia can occur anywhere on the body. If it occurs on the scalp, it is called baldness.
The most common types of alopecia are androgenic alopecia and alopecia areata. (See description and treatments in the health and hair treatment section of our website).
The technique of implanting stem cells from fat and follicular stem cells obtained from a donor area of the patient's scalp is having great results.
By injecting fat tissue rich in stem cells obtained from the patient's own body, it is possible to contribute to the reconstruction of facial deformities due to injuries, subcutaneous tissue atrophy, or other pathologies.
This method represents an excellent alternative to more invasive surgeries.
Why are stem cells important for your health?
In injuries or diseases, cells are damaged or die.
When this happens, stem cells are activated by specific signals, dividing and differentiating into specialized cells that replace damaged and routinely dying cells.
If there is not enough quantity, the end result is an inadequate healing response and aging.
Aging is a natural process, and we all go through a decrease in the number of stem cells, as well as a loss of their plasticity, which translates into aging.
However, stem cell therapy can delay the process and rejuvenate damaged tissue.
How is Stem Cell Therapy performed?
Stem cells or mesenchymal cells are the fundamental basis of cellular and tissue regeneration. The latest advances in stem cell research and development have given us invaluable knowledge about our ability to repair and regenerate our damaged cells and tissues, providing magnificent therapeutic tools to improve and restore the function of our organs and systems.
This therapy is performed through a tested and standardized protocol for the extraction of mesenchymal cells from fat or bone marrow, through mechanical and enzymatic methods.
Once stem cells are obtained, they are activated and applied along with growth factors from platelet-rich plasma and cellular ultrafiltrates from cartilage, follicles, skin, etc., depending on the pathology to be treated and the receiving area.
The application is done through injection and implantation, in an outpatient and minimally invasive procedure that lasts between three and four hours, usually without complications or side effects.
Where are Stem Cells or Mesenchymal Cells obtained from?
Although adult stem cells are found in multiple tissues in our body, the most commonly used ones due to their concentration and characteristics are those from bone marrow and especially those from fat, where we find a high concentration and easy access.
What are the properties of Stem Cells?
- Immunomodulatory properties: These cells have a great immunomodulatory and anti-inflammatory capacity both in vivo and in vitro, and have a low risk of rejection due to their autologous application, that is, they are from the patient's own body.
- Homing effect: This is the ability of these cells to migrate to the tissue or organ that has suffered damage or injury, and then attach to this tissue to perform their repair function.
- Signaling: The signals emitted to other cells and tissues by these cells, through various mechanisms such as proteins and markers on their membrane, are the fundamental basis of their modulating and regenerating capacity, inducing cell proliferation in the affected tissue.
- Production of new cells: Once these cells are activated in the tissue, they have the ability to divide and form new daughter cells and new specialized cells in the tissue to which they have adhered. For example, when injected into cartilage, they will produce new cartilage cells.