What is Crohn’s Disease?
Crohn’s disease is a chronic inflammatory bowel disease of the digestive tract. The condition typically affects the lining of the small intestine, but cause inflammation in any part of the digestive tract. Crohn’s disease causes abdominal pain and cramping, diarrhea, bloating, nausea, and vomiting. Other symptoms of the condition include anemia, joint pain, fatigue, and weight loss. Crohn’s disease can seriously impact sufferer’s lives and limit their ability to work, go to school, or participate in activities. Crohn’s patients are treated with anti-inflammatory medications, steroids, and other drugs, and some patients need to have surgery to remove damaged sections of the bowels.
How Does Stem Cell Therapy Treat Crohn’s Disease?
For patients with Crohn’s disease, Innovations Stem Cell Center deploys SVF stem cells through IV along with injections. Damaged tissue attracts stem cells through growth factor chemical messages, and deployed stem cells find the damaged or diseased tissue and begin repairs.
Patients begin seeing results in the first few weeks of treatment. Some patients may require additional deployment.