FOR Alzheimer's Disease

Here you will find everything you need to know about Stem Cell Therapy for Alzheimer’s Disease

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Here we will explain the basics of stem cell therapy for Alzheimer's Disease, a type of dementia.

Dementia is a broad spectrum of medical conditions that are characterized by the impairment of cognitive functions. Cognitive functions are mental processes that enable us to accomplish things. In dementia, cognitive functions get impaired to the point that it affects daily living. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia.

Some cognitive impairments can include telling the same story to the same people and repeatedly asking the same question, becoming lost in familiar places, losing track of time, difficulty expressing thoughts and slowness in movement. Although Alzheimer’s disease and memory loss are common among older adults, it is NEVER normal.

The causes of dementia are specific to every type, but everyone involves chronic degeneration of the neural tissue, which means progressive damage to the brain. In Alzheimer’s disease, the main cerebral changes are progressive shrinking of the brain tissue and neuronal death.

Since we are born, our body starts aging and deteriorating. However, our body is also constantly regenerating. This regeneration is done by millions of stem cells placed in every organ and system on our body.

Renew, replace and regenerate are the main jobs of stem cells in our body. Every time we get injured, our stem cells migrate to that place and do their work. But, with aging, these mechanisms get impaired. That is why stem cell specialists take stem cells from the biggest sources in the human body and relocate them where they are needed; this is called stem cell therapy.

Many places can offer stem cell therapy worldwide, but you have to be aware that it is still a science in progress, which means nobody can assure results; if someone does, that is a big red flag. In addition, not everybody accomplishes the necessary government regulations for patient safety. The location where stem cell therapy is performed must be licensed for regenerative medicine, and it is ideal to have the cleanest environment, such as a surgery room.

Our combined stem cell therapy takes five days. The healing process through the regeneration path is a lot more than just one injection of stem cells. As the soil has to be prepared for the sowing, our body has to be prepared for the stem cells.

By combined stem cell therapy, we mean a mixed protocol of autologous (your own) and allogeneic (from a donor) stem cell application. For example, in some cases, we want the regenerative properties of your own stem cells because of the cellular niche (where the cells live, full of nutrients and growth factors), but we also need young stem cells from a donor to boost the healing process.

I will simplify the process in the following steps:

  1. Laboratory and/or image testing upon arrival: this is a comprehensive set of tests that includes complete blood count, kidney function, liver function, metabolic profile, lipids profile, tumor markers, and more. Image studies will be performed if needed.
  2. Cellular nutrition: We will nourish your body with multiple intravenous vitamins, minerals, and growth factors from day one. We will detox your system with intravenous solutions. Everything is performed in a licensed clinic for stem cell therapy.
  3. On day three, we will take you into the operating room. We will extract bone marrow, prepare the cells and inject them into the cerebral spinal fluid. Some of the cells will also be injected intravenously one hour after the initial procedure.
  4. On the fourth day, you will receive umbilical cord stem cells, young and powerful, ready to boost the regeneration process.
  5. On day five, we will keep nourishing your body with I. V. vitamins and minerals at a cellular level.
After 3-6 months, we will provide a second stem cell treatment with no extra cost. We may use your own bone marrow stem cells or allogeneic umbilical cord cells depending on the tissue development in the laboratory.
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