Stem Cell Therapy for Urologic/Kidney/Bladder

Interstitial Cystitis

Interstitial cystitis is also known as painful bladder syndrome. Interstitial cystitis is a chronic condition that causes pain and pressure in the bladder, as well as frequent urination, and inflammation and pain in the pelvic region. Symptoms of interstitial cystitis can be mild to severe. The condition can affect both men and women. Causes of the disorder include age, some autoimmune disorders, gender, and even complexion. There is no one treatment for interstitial cystitis but some patients find relief through medication, bladder stretching, physical therapy to improve muscle quality of the pelvic floor, and surgery.

Innovations Stem Cell Center treats interstitial cystitis with SVF stem cell therapy through IV deployment. Once the stem cells have been deployed, they immediately go to work to heal damaged tissue. The stem cells repair damaged tissues just like they do in other areas of the body damaged by disease or injury- by regenerating cells to heal tissue and using growth factors that promote healing.

Chronic Renal Failure

Chronic renal failure is the gradual decline in kidney function. When kidney function declines, waste and excess fluids are no longer filtered from the blood nor excreted from the body. This causes swelling as the body retains fluid and wastes. Electrolytes also build up the body. Although many people do not experience symptoms in the early part of the disease, symptoms of renal failure include high blood pressure, swelling, water retention, fatigue, loss of appetite, and weight loss. Severe cases of renal failure include heart arrhythmia, kidney damage, and fluid in the lungs. Treatment for chronic kidney disease aim to slow the damage to the kidneys, and treat the underlying cause of the disease. These interventions include medications, and dialysis to filter out waste, and in severe cases of the disorder, kidney transplant.

Innovations Stem Cell Center treats chronic renal failure with SVF stem cell therapy through IV deployment. Once the stem cells have been deployed, they immediately go to work to heal damaged tissue. The stem cells repair damaged tissues just like they do in other areas of the body damaged by disease or injury- by regenerating cells to heal tissue and using growth factors that promote healing.

Chronic Prostatitis

Chronic prostatitis is recurring inflammation of the prostate, and causes painful urinary symptoms. Chronic prostatitis can be caused by bacteria, irritation to the prostate caused by injury, urine back up, or chemicals, illness, stress, and nerve issues in the urinary tract. Symptoms of chronic prostatitis include pain in the genitals and back, pain with urination and bowel movements, bloody urine and semen, and problems urinating. Treatment for the disorder includes medication and anti-inflammatory drugs, muscle relaxers, antibiotics, and surgery to resect the prostate.

Urinary Incontinence

Urinary incontinence is a very common condition, and defined as the involuntary leakage of urine. Urinary incontinence is caused by a lost or weakened control over the urinary sphincter. The condition affects up to one third of the population of the United States, and is more common in women than men. The most notable symptom of urinary incontinence is urine leakage. Leakage typically occurs when the patient laughs, sneezes, coughs, or during exercise. Common causes of urinary incontinence include age, stress from pregnancy and childbirth, and obesity. Treatments for the condition include medication to control the bladder, bladder training, surgery, and catheterization. The treatments for urinary incontinence do not cure the condition, but treat the symptoms of the disorder.

Innovations Stem Cell Center treats urinary incontinence with SVF stem cell therapy through IV deployment. Once the stem cells have been deployed, they immediately go to work to heal damaged tissue. The stem cells repair damaged tissues just like they do in other areas of the body damaged by disease or injury- by regenerating cells to heal tissue and using growth factors that promote healing.