Stem Cell Therapy

We use Stem Cell therapy to treat over 25 conditions including chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), heart conditions, Multiple Sclerosis, Stroke and Chronic Heart Failure (CHF). We use two types of stem cell programs; autologous, meaning that we use your own stem cells, and allogenic, where we use donated adult stem cells from our large FDA compliant stem cell bank. We use Adult Stem Cells (ASCs) rather than Embryonic Stem Cells ESCs, because they have been proved to be the most effective and are clear of any moral issues.

Stem cells are cells made in the bone marrow that have not yet changed (or differentiated) to become a specific cells and have the remarkable potential to make themselves into almost any other cell in the body, which means that they can heal or repair damage to body parts. Research tracking the activity of stem cells found that the body sends out a signal to release more cells if a body part is damaged, followed by releasing a compound to act as a beacon to attract the stem cells to the affected area. Every day we heal ourselves without even knowing it but we don’t always have enough stem cells to release to do the job needed.

In our Stem Cell treatment we give a helping hand by placing more stem cells in the patient’s blood, allowing them to do the job they are best at; find the damaged area and fix it. Depending on the condition that is treated we will place the cells into the blood stream, or we may take the cells direct to the damaged site.

Unless treating a patient for Stroke or Chronic Heart Failure, we use a patient’s own stem cells that have been harvested using a simple procedure. For stroke or CHF we use donor cells.

We are as also members of the ICMS, which ensures excellent practice amongst Stem Cell Practitioners and we believe that patients have the right to use their own stem cells for treatment, wherever possible. We are proud to be at the forefront of this growing area of research and treatment and are respected for our experience and expertise in the area of stem cell therapy.

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Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is one of the most common lung diseases afflicting Americans and is...

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Stem Cell Therapy in Mexico

Advances in stem cell therapy continue to be made and here at Angeles Health we have had great success in patient-funded stem cell therapy trials for congestive heart failure and COPD. We also offer stem cells therapy trials for many different health conditions.

Much stem cell research focuses on embryonic stem cells, creating many ethical and moral dilemmas for patients considering stem cell therapy. But at Angeles Health we use ADULT STEM CELLS only, and in most cases these stem cells are taken from the patient themselves. Patients can feel at ease with their choices and relax with the knowledge that their adult stem cell therapy is an ethically sound procedure.

Our COPD patients have seen significant improvements in their health and quality of life after stem cell therapy. COPD can have very detrimental effects on a patient's quality of life. Things like walking, breathing without an additional supply of oxygen and even bathing or turning around in bed can become impossible for the COPD patient to do independently. After stem cell therapy our patients find they can do more for themselves and are not as dependent on their additional oxygen supply.

With congestive heart failure we have also seen great results using adult stem cells therapy. Patients are encouraged to make lifestyle changes and this combined with adult stem cells allows for noticeable healing in the heart tissues.

To find out if you are a candidate for stem cell therapy please contact us using the form on the right.

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