Can cardiovascular disease be effectively treated with stem cell therapy? Yes, it can! Our medical team is successfully using stem cells for true cellular healing and regeneration of damaged cardiac tissue.
Stem cells offer those who suffer from cardiovascular disease the healing influence their bodies are not able to generate on their own.
Common Cardiovascular Diseases We See:
- Refractory Angina
Finally, a diagnosis of congestive heart failure or heart disease doesn’t need to end of person’s vibrancy or activity. And finally, the question “what is cardiovascular disease?” can now have a different answer. Now, it can be a temporary condition from which recovery is possible. It no longer has to last the rest of a person’s life.
Stem cells are able to secrete growth factors and cytokines that both play important roles in repairing heart tissue. For heart disease treatment at Infinity Medicina Regenerativa, we utilize mesenchymal stem cells which we have found to have the maximum regenerative and repairing power available.
Stem Cell Therapy for Cardiovascular Disease
The idea behind stem cell therapy and the services at our medical clinic is to stimulate and support native tissue regeneration and so return function to an organ, joint, muscle and other parts of the body.
The mesenchymal stem cells that we use are particularly rich in growth factors, collagens, proteins and peptides that all contribute to the healing power of these treatments. These cells are ethically harvested from Wharton’s Jelly, potent tissues forming part of umbilical cords.
The youth of these mesenchymal stem cells and their abundance in Wharton’s Jelly provide Infinity Medicine Regenerativa patients with the chance to restore tissue health and function to a damaged or impaired heart. In that way, these individuals can finally get their lives back and resume the activities they enjoy the most.
It’s well known that myocardial infarctions (MI) – otherwise known as heart attacks – result in the death of heart tissue which reduces the ability of the heart to pump blood efficiently. Even without an MI in a patient’s history, the heart can lose its ability to do its job. High blood pressure, blood clots, even the effects of viral infections on the heart can result in heart disease and heart failure.
What is heart disease? Whether it’s called heart disease, cardiovascular disease or coronary heart disease, all these conditions come down to a reduced ability of the heart to distribute blood to all parts of the body. This reduction could result from the death of heart tissue after an MI, progressive weakening of the heart, thickening of the heart muscle or damage to the valves or other structures.
In many countries, the primary treatments permitted after the heart has been damaged are drug-based protocols intended to restrict a patient’s blood pressure or rate of their heartbeat. There’s also bypass surgery that grafts veins from other areas of the body onto the heart to restore the flow of blood to the heart muscle itself. These treatments may keep a person alive but they don’t have the healing effect needed to strengthen the heart muscle and restore function. Both approaches may also accompanied by serious side effects. When searching for alternative treatments for cardiovascular disease, it is important to know all of your options.