Understanding how Stem Cells can be used to treat diseases and injuries

 admin    23 Sep 2019 : 06:10


Ever wondered how can Stem Cells be used to treat diseases and injuries?

How can Stem Cells be used to Treat Disease and Injuries

The potential that this form of treatment has to offer to those that are suffering from debilitating illnesses and/or injuries is incredibly exciting.

This is not surprising given the increased interest in this particular form of treatment that has led to Stem Cell Therapy being at the forefront of much medical news over the past few decades. In this article, we'll discuss the different types of Stem Cells, how they can be administered and why the development of Skin Derived Embryonic Skin Cells is great news for those experiencing significant pain and distress during their day to day lives .  This form of Stem Cell breakthrough has previously been out of reach for those suffering from significant afflictions which is tremendous cause for excitement.

But first, we need to outline the various types of Stem Cell treatment provided to those afflicted with disease and injury, and how they differ from each other.

The main types of Stem Cell Treatment


Before going into the virtues of Skin Derived Embryonic Stem Cell Treatment, it is important to answer the common question, where do stem cells come from? There are three main types of Stem Cells that are offered worldwide by various Stem Cell Treatment Institutes. :

  • Adult Stem Cells - While the name would infer that this type of Stem Cell is only found within Adults, this is not the case. In fact, Adult Stem Cells can also be found in children and infants. This type of Stem Cell is sometimes referred to as Somatic. There are tissues and organs that contain a large proportion of Adult Stem Cells than others. Unfortunately, there are areas of the body that don't contain Adult Stem Cells (such as the heart) meaning that this treatment method is rather limited. During regeneration procedures using this method on regions where fewer (or zero) Stem Cells present, means that regeneration of cells is impossible for those afflicted with injuries and diseases in these areas.


  • Amniotic Fluid Stem Cells (Umbilical Cord) - This type of Stem Cell is extracted through the blood from Umbilical Cords. It is a hematopoietic form of Stem Cell, which means it can be effectively used to replicate the cells found within the blood. This allows for the treatment of many blood-borne diseases. It is considered an alternative to the Adult Stem Cell extraction process. The advantage of this is that it avoids the painful extraction procedure that generally comes from that of extracting bone marrow Stem Cells. But with that said, this method is not without its negatives. The most notable of which is the limited amount of cells that can be produced using this procedure. In addition, where a fair volume of cells are able to be inserted into the patient, due to the properties found within Amniotic Fluid Stem Cells, the reported recovery time can be much slower.


  • Skin Cell Derived Embryonic Stem Cells - The most advanced Stem Cell Treatment option, Skin Cell Derived Embryonic Stem Cell Therapy is the most exciting and effective method available. The process involves the creation of a customized stem cell line using a patient's own skin sample. This has two major advantages. Firstly, their is no use of embryos, meaning the controversy of using potential-life in the production of Stem Cells is no more. Secondly, the amount of cells produced is in the millions making this form of cell production far more beneficial to those suffering from debilitating diseases and illnesses. This is because with a greater number of cells available during the treatment phase, a positive outcome is all but guaranteed.

How can Stem Cell Treatment be administered


There are three common ways that Stem Cells can be administered into the body of a patient. These methods are:

  • Stem Cell Transplant
  • Direct Injection
  • Intravenous Treatment

There are specific reasons why one method may be chosen over another, which is outlined in detail below.

Transplant - How does a Stem Cell transplant work? This method is used in the treatment of cancer and relates to replacing damaged bone marrow with healthy cells. It is more closely related to a blood transfusion procedure as opposed to an invasive surgical one. It almost always occurs following intensive radiation and chemotherapy treatment because such intense treatment destroys not only cancer cells, but stem cells as well. Meaning that the regeneration of stem cells is urgently required to aid in recovery.

Direct Injection - This method is used in the treatment  of those that are suffering most commonly from joint disorders such as arthritis. It is often a popular treatment method for those athletes suffering from debilitating sports injuries where cartilage needs to be rebuilt. It involves the administering of Stem Cells into the body via a needle at the exact position where the injury, or pain, is occurring.

IV Treatment - This approach involves placing prepared Stem Cells into the bloodstream through the use of an IV drip. This Stem Cell infusion allows the cells to get 'straight to work' quickly repairing the blood cells. It can be performed in the comfortable environment of a clinic  where the patient is placed in comfort while the IV treatment takes effect.

The major benefits of Stem Cell Applications

Following treatment, there are some significant and life changing benefits that a patient will receive. The benefits of Stem Cell applications that a patient will most often report include:

  • A significant reduction in the symptoms commonly experienced from serious and chronic diseases
  • A stronger immune system
  • Physical and Mental Rejuvenation
  • Reduction in fatigue and tiredness
  • Enhanced energy levels
  • A much more positive outlook on life
  • And much more...

The most common questions addressed

There are a number of commonly asked questions that most Embryonic Stem Cell patients are interested in having answered. These are:

Is this form of treatment ethical?

Because Embryonic Stem Cells are produced via the transformation of skin cells with the use of advanced scientific techniques, no life form is being produced or subsequently destroyed. There is merely the transformation of older living cells into younger and more beneficial ones.

Are frozen cells used during treatment?

While frozen cells are sometimes used by those who utilize Adult Stem Cells during treatment, those who perform Embryonic Stem Cell therapy produce their own cells and, as such, these are not frozen prior to administering into patients.

How is quality assured in the development of Embryonic Stem Cells?

By ensuring that the cells are never frozen, efficacy is achieved meaning that the number of cells available for use by the body following application are significant. The result is that patients receive no fewer than 20 million Stem Cells per application.

Do Stem Cells cause tumours?

Although it has been reported that some Stem Cells can cause tumours to develop, Stemaid Institute Europe's production procedure ensures that the opposite effect occurs. Skin derived Stem Cells can perform the positive role in preventing and even shrinking tumours.

How do I find out if my particular ailment can be treated with Embryonic Stem Cells?

There are a tremendously large range of debilitating diseases and illnesses that Stemaid Institute Europe are able to effectively treat. If you do not see your illness listed on our website then please touch base with us and we'll be able to provide you with information regarding the type of results you can expect regarding your specific ailment.

Is treatment only available to adults?

No. While the majority of patients treated are older than 18, we have treated infants as young as 8 months old.

Who do I talk to if I would like to know more?

We are always available to discuss your ailment and how our proven treatment could be used to help you overcome your ailment. If you require more information please reach out via our contact us page and we will be happy to assist.

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