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What is Stem Cell Proliferation?

Stem cell proliferation refers to the unique capability of stem cells to replicate and multiply themselves, stimulating the growth of other specific types of cells in order to bring about healing to an area of the body that has been damaged or injured.

Most cells in your body cannot replicate themselves. They are generated, they serve their purpose, and then they die and get replaced by another cell. (Or, they don’t get replaced, and you suffer from pain, limited mobility, or worse issues in that area.)

Stem cells, however, are the only types of cells that can actually replicate themselves and turn into other types of cells, such as muscle cells, blood cells, tissue cells, cartilage cells, etc.

Stem Cell TreatmentsMesenchymal stem cells, the type we use in our treatments, produce proteins and collagens that are necessary to healing, so the body is able to use those healing components to regenerate the needed tissue. They also contain valuable growth factors that encourage new, healthy tissue.

Stem cell proliferation benefits the body by multiplying into the type of cell needed for a damaged or degraded area. When used in stem cell therapy, this process is concentrated at the source of pain. The stem cells are injected into the area, assisting in the healing process, and encouraging new healthy cell growth.

Proliferation can also happen before performing a stem cell treatment rather than only upon injection, and that is something we can do at Infinity.

In the US, the restrictions on stem cell treatments do not allow for the most advanced methods of therapy. Because we base our treatments out of South America, we are able to apply the latest scientific breakthroughs to our patients’ benefit. Imagine, instead of getting an injection of one million stem cells, being able to receive 35 million in one treatment! That’s what happens when we allow the stem cells to proliferate on their own before using them in treatment. You get many, many more times the stem cells introduced into your body, ready to go to work healing wherever they are needed.

Stem Cell Treatments

Infinity performs stem cell treatments to help our patients with many illnesses, diseases, and causes for pain. Unfortunately, most of our patients have been told by their doctors that the only thing that can be done for them is a lifetime of pain medication or perhaps an invasive and risky surgery. Neither of these options will reverse the damage that is causing the condition they’re suffering from, and many people don’t want to walk down that path in the first place.

With stem cell treatments, we are able to offer hope for healing and recovery of many conditions, including:
  • Diabetes
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Inflammatory bowel disease
  • COPD
  • Crohn’s disease
  • Rheumatoid arthritis (RA)
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Pulmonary disease
  • Ulcerative colitis
  • Stroke
  • Injuries
  • Joint pain
  • Inflammation
  • Aging
  • And more

The advanced stem cell therapy treatments we offer are not available in the US due to the highly concentrated number of proliferated stem cells. But these highly potent and effective treatments have offered renewed hope for many of our patients for a normal life after a debilitating injury or chronic diagnosis.

Imagine life as it used to be: less pain, more freedom. Find out how we can help you by reaching out to our medical professionals today 1 (844) 639-8362.

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