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Why Is Stem Cell Therapy Increasing in Popularity?

Stem cell therapy using the patient’s own fat is a regenerative medical treatment that puts stem cells to work repairing tissues damaged by illness, injury, and aging. The interest in using stem cell therapy is growing across the country – but why? Find out more from Innovations Stem Cell. Why Stem Cells? Stem cells are […]

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Peripheral Neuropathy: A Serious Side Effect of Kidney Disease

When most people think about peripheral nerve pain, they probably immediately relate it to diabetes. While unmanaged diabetes can cause peripheral neuropathy, another condition is also a significant contributor to its development: kidney disease. The American Kidney Fund estimates that around 31 million people are living with chronic kidney disease in the United States. Dr. […]

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Waking Up Sleeping Stem Cells May Mean New Treatments for Alzheimer’s Disease

A new stem cell discovery by researchers at the University of Cambridge may mean the ability to repair brain injuries and Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive condition that causes mental deterioration and cognitive impairment. The condition typically occurs during middle or old age. The Alzheimer’s Association estimates that 5.7 million Americans of all […]

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New Diabetes Breakthrough May Mean New Treatments

New research may mean advancements in treatment options for individuals living with type 1 diabetes. Researchers from the Diabetes Research Institute at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine have identified the existence of stem cells in the pancreas that can be developed into beta cells that are responsive to glucose. The study addresses […]

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Stem Cell Therapy: An Alternative to Knee Replacement Surgery

It’s getting harder to walk or climb stairs. Exercising is seemingly impossible, and some days even getting out of a chair or out of bed hurts. Pain medications have stopped working. Anti-inflammatories and steroid injections helped short term, but you still feel pain. You also feel frustration and anxiety in the face of knee replacement […]

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Stem Cells Can Help in Ways That May Surprise You

Every year, 6.2 million men in America over the age of 30 receive a diagnosis that many men fear. But researchers estimate this is only about half of the men who are experiencing the condition. Conventional treatments also leave men feeling uncomfortable. Why Don’t More Men Seek Treatment for Erectile Dysfunction? Although erectile dysfunction is […]

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Is Stem Cell Therapy Painful?

Have you considered stem cell therapy in the past but haven’t scheduled a consultation with Innovations Stem Cell Center yet because you are afraid the treatment may be painful? If you’re on the fence about trying stem cell therapy for your chronic illness, sports injury, arthritis or autoimmune condition, you can rest assured that stem […]

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Stem Cells and Scleroderma

Results from a recent study performed by Duke University show that stem cell therapy may prove to be a highly effective treatment option for people with scleroderma. According to the Scleroderma Foundation, approximately 300,000 people in the U.S. are living with the condition. Scleroderma is an autoimmune condition caused an overactive immune system. It affects […]

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Get a Face-Lift Without Surgery!

Stem cells have the powerful ability to regenerate without limit and repair damaged tissue. Not only are stem cells beneficial for healing damaged joints, nerves and organs, but they are also valuable in treating skin damaged by age, prolonged exposure to the sun and pollution from environmental factors. The Stem Cell Face-Lift offered by Innovations […]

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Are Injectables the Best Way to Get a Bigger Butt?

The Newest Way To Get a Bigger Butt? According to Allure magazine, women who are looking to boost their buttocks have a new option to get a bigger behind that does not require surgery: dermal fillers. Dermal fillers are popular in the U.S., with 2.6 million injections performed in 2016, according to the American Society […]

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