Autologous stem cells can be extracted from most tissues in the body, from the own patient, including Bone Marrow, Adipose Tissue and Peripheral Blood.
Once the cells have been harvested, we conduct lab tests where they are assessed for quality and purified before being reintroduced back in the patient.
Autologous stem cells can be harvested from the own patient’s tissue and re-allocated to the area that needs to be repaired. As additional research is done on the regenerative power of stem cells, we are uncovering immense therapeutic potential.
With the help of Autologous stem cells, patients have been treated for a variety of disorders including chronic and acute tissue-organ damage.
Another classification of stem cells is Allogeneic stem cells, this group is obtained from healthy donors and include Umbilical cord stem cells, Placenta stem cells, and Differentiated Stem cells.