Treatment with adipose stem cells is a short and harmless procedure that can be done within a day. Obtaining Adipose-Derived Stem Cells (ADSCs) is much easier and less invasive than performing a bone marrow extraction. In addition, adipose tissue contains much larger volumes of mesenchymal stem cells than bone marrow does. We use the patient’s own adipose tissue to extract the stem cells necessary for the treatment.
Our technology allows us to complete the entire procedure in the same day, using less than minimally manipulative methods, and what is more important total safety. A high-dose of stem cells can be obtained in just a couple of hours. This inpatient treatment is short, and there is no need to ship samples to an outside laboratory and wait days for the cells to be returned for an injection on a second visit. This quickened process provides increased stem cell counts without manipulation. Treatment process is done in 4 simple stages:
A small amount of fat (200 cc) is taken from patient’s waist area – method is similar to liposuction.
Harvesting Adipose-Derived Stem Cells (ADSCs) is much easier procedure than in a case of bone marrow extraction – the adipose tissue contains much larger volumes of stem cells than bone marrow does. As we use the patient’s own adipose tissue to extract the stem cells it means that the donor and the recipient are the same person, so there is no danger of host rejection.
Stem cells are separated from fat cells in high-speed stem cell centrifuge machine where centrifugal force separates dormant stem cells from harvested fat.
Isolated stem cells, after enrichment with patient’s blood plasma are photo activated in AdiLight machine and prepared for transfer in the body.
Activated stem cells are added to saline drip bag and returned to patient’s body via standard IV drip while patient is peacefully resting.
Healing is a complex process, involving mechanisms at both the molecular and cellular levels, but simplified it looks like this: When activated stem cells return to patient’s body, they are circulating the system for a short time until they become attracted to proteins which is secreted in the area of the damaged tissue. Stem cells then rush and home to that injured area, and start turning into new tissue.