Does your mother experience back or muscle pain? Does she lead a super active lifestyle that she’d like to prevent pain from? This Mother’s Day give her the best gift of all— relief from that pain! Stem cell therapy is a form of regenerative medicine that is a non-invasive way of reducing—and sometimes even preventing—orthopedic pain. This year Miami Stem Cell is offering several deals that would be perfect presents for mom. Learn about all the benefits that stem cell and regenerative therapy have to offer and how we can help you and your loved ones take the steps to live pain-free. Call now to set up an appointment.
How Does Stem Cell Therapy Help?
For 15 years, Miami Stem Cell has been a pioneer in the emerging field of Regenerative Medicine and stem cell rejuvenation therapy. But what does this all mean exactly? Stem cell therapy is a form of Regenerative Medicine that uses your very own cells, known as autologous cells, to repair and rejuvenate damaged tissue in your musculoskeletal system. It does so in a non-invasive way that does not require you to go into surgery, disrupting your life: it is a simple injection of the stem cells, which then prompts your body’s own healing mechanisms and repairs the tissue. The results are often lessened or even eliminated pain. This kind of therapy is perfect for treating pain that is already present but also for preventing pain.
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Give mom the gift of pain relief— past, present, or future!
At Miami Stem Cell, we have found that the key to a long and healthy life starts with not just treating symptoms and illnesses when they appear but preventing them before they occur in the first place. Our revolutionary Preventive Wellness Program (PWP) is ideal for many people; for example, if you have found yourself feeling stressed, tired, depressed, if you have begun to experience minor joint pain, or if you are one who lives an extremely active lifestyle, such as athletes, and are prone to injuries. Preventative care can help with these issues. Specifically, PWP targets key joint areas of the body in the shoulders, hips, and knees to treat and prevent pain.
If any of this describes your own mother, she may benefit from this groundbreaking program, which currently only exists at Miami Stem Cell! Use the promo code, “PWP2020,” for our limited-time introductory pricing!
We are also offering a special Mother’s Day discount on ALL Stem Cell Procedures, from now through May 10th. With the code “MOM30”, all mothers will receive 30% off of any procedure they’d like, including beauty treatments.
Give mom a gift like no other: stem cell treatments and preventive therapy! Not only do they make great presents for mom, but they will also benefit her for a long time to come. Miami Stem Cell has treated thousands of patients, helping them relieve their pain without having to go through the hassle and disruptions of invasive surgery. Book your Mother’s Day gifts now.
Among the mysteries surrounding novel coronavirus is its ability to turn deadly in some patients but not others. In a percentage of those fatal cases, it’s the virus’ effect on the heart or the lungs that make it a killer. Now, researchers with San Francisco’s Gladstone Institutes are struggling to learn why. “Ideally we’d have a human heart and human lung tissue in front of us to study what that virus is doing. We obviously can’t take biopsies from people’s lungs or heart to do that,” says Deepak Srivastava, M.D.. Instead, Srivastava and his team are using a Nobel Prize-winning technology they helped pioneer to search for an answer. It involves turning a patients’ skin cells into stem cells, which can differentiate into almost any kind of cell in the human body. “We can actually take skin cells and turn them into stem cells that can become human lung and human heart tissue,” he explains.
Citations: Lim, Dion; Didion, Tim (April 10th, 2020). Coronavirus Treatment: San Francisco scientists’ stem cell research could help in COVID-19 fight. ABC 7 News. Retrieved April 10th, 2020.
A newly approved treatment with some history of success could offer hope for the sickest of the country’s COVID-19 patients. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the use of convalescent plasma therapy as an experimental treatment in clinical trials and for critically ill COVID-19 patients without other treatment options. The therapy, which takes antibodies from the blood of a person who has recovered from a virus and transfuses those antibodies into a person sick with that virus, has long been used as a way to help kickstart a person’s immune system. Since the March 24 FDA approval, 11 critically ill COVID-19 patients in New York City and Houston received experimental treatment using convalescent care. The results of those cases have not been reported yet. The therapy has also been used in other parts of the world.
Citations: Lord, Debbie; Cox Media Group National Content Desk (April 9th, 2020). Coronavirus: What is convalescent plasma therapy?. Kiro 7. Retrieved April 9th, 2020.
How can Stem Cells Help in the Fight Against Coronavirus?
Stem cell treatment could be a way forward in treating the coronavirus. The issue with coronavirus is that it puts massive strain on several systems in the body, particularly the respiratory system. Your body will put all of its resources into fighting the against the disease and many cells and systems will be damaged. That is part of the reason that coronavirus is so deadly to the elderly and immunocompromised. Their bodies are already frail and weak; coronavirus is able to exploit that. Stem cells will help to revitalize the cells and systems in the body that are being worn out from the coronavirus. They will breath new life into a patient’s body as the stem cells can transform into any necessary cell. Stem cell treatments have been used for the H7N9 avian flu and have shown promise in that case as well.
Citations: BioXcellerator. Critical Coronavirus Patient in Remission Credit to Stem Cell Treatment. bioXcellerator. Retrieved April 8th, 2020.
As patients with COVID-19 continue pouring into emergency departments and intensive care units across the nation, an old treatment that has been adapted for a new disease is being tested in New York. In the past few days, the Mount Sinai Hospital System has injected more than 20 very sick coronavirus patients with a “convalescent serum” based on the blood plasma of people who have recovered from the disease. One of the first recovered patients to donate, Danny Riemer, 37, of New Rochelle, New York, said he and his wife feel “blessed” that they are now healthy and can volunteer their plasma to help others. “And despite the fact that we did have the virus, our thoughts are really with others, the people who are still fighting the virus, the people who have had much more serious cases than us,” he said.
Citations: Ferguson, Conor; McFadden, Cynthia; Martinez, Didi (April 7th, 2020). Plasma treatment being tested in New York may be coronavirus ‘game changer’. NBC News. Retrieved April 7th, 2020.