• After the Covid pandemic, we have resumed stem cell treatments. Appropriate sterility and great care in sanitisation is undertaken as usual. If you are unwell with a cough cold or respiratory symptoms it is best to postpone your procedure.

What is regenerative medicine?

Regenerative Medicine is the process of creating living, functional tissues to repair or replace tissue or organ function lost due to damage, or congenital defects. This field holds the promise of regenerating damaged tissues and organs in the body by stimulating previously irreparable organs to heal themselves.

Stem Cell Therapy NZ - What can be treated?

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Stem Cell Therapy for OSTEOARTHRITIS

Stem cell treatment can be extremely effective for people suffering from osteoarthritis. We regularly treat OA of the knees, hips & shoulders. We also have success with ankles, elbows, wrists, and fingers.

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Stem Cell Therapy for ORTHOPAEDICS

Stem cell treatment of functional impairments of the skeletal system, especially injured or damaged joints such as knees, hips, shoulders, elbows and hands. Also effective for the spine, and associated structures as muscles tendons and ligaments.

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Stem Cell Therapy for AUTO‑IMMUNE DISEASES

Stem cell therapy can be used to treat diseases in which the body produces antibodies that attack its own tissues, leading to deterioration and in some cases destruction of such tissue. Rheumatoid arthritis is included in this category.

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Stem Cell Treatment for NEUROLOGIC CONDITIONS

Neurological disorders of the brain, spine and the nerves that connect them may be helped with stem cell therapy, such as multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease.

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Stem Cell Treatment for METABOLIC DISEASES

Stem cell therapy can be effective in treating metabolic conditions such as diabetes and some thyroid disorders.

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Stem Cell Treatment for UROLOGY

Urological conditions involving the male and female urinary tract, such as interstitial cystitis, Peyronies disease and erectile dysfunction.

WHAT DOES RESEARCH SHOW?
Stem Cells are tiny “progenitor” cells. They have the potential to recognise tissue injury and repair injured cells. In the right environment, these stem cells can change (differentiate) into tissues such as bone, cartilage, muscle, fat, collagen, neural tissue, blood vessels, and even some organs. Stem cells may also effect healing by secreting special chemical messengers that repair damaged tissue.

Adult stem cells appear to be particularly effective in improving painful joints, repairing cartilage and ligaments, and painful conditions of the spine. There are many human clinical trials with stem cells going on right now.  Animals have been safely and successfully treated for years.