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  • 8. What is the precise nature of stem cell therapy?
    Definition and Function: Stem cell therapy is a medical intervention that harnesses stem cells to mend, substitute, or stimulate the rejuvenation of impaired or diseased tissues within the body. This process entails the injection or transplantation of stem cells into the affected region, where they undergo differentiation and contribute to the restoration and regeneration of tissues.
  • 15. Are there ethical considerations associated with stem cell therapy?
    Ethical Concerns: Our stem cell source, which involves the utilization of discarded umbilical cords after childbirth, addresses ethical concerns related to tissue procurement. We prioritize ethical practices in every aspect of our treatments.
  • 6. How do clinics that provide anti-rejection drugs and a higher cell count in their treatments compare to your approach?
    Our Approach vs. Others: The quality of stem cells plays a pivotal role in therapy. Stem cells of exceptional quality, such as those employed at Rebirth Clinic, carry minimal risk of rejection, negating the necessity for anti-rejection drugs or elevated cell counts. Frequently, the requirement for a larger quantity of cells is associated with the use of frozen cells, which may experience cell death. Our emphasis is on delivering top-quality, fresh cells, ensuring impactful results without the reliance on supplementary drugs or treatments.
  • 11. Are there various categories of stem cells?
    Types of Stem Cells: Indeed, there are different types of stem cells, such as embryonic, adult, and induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs). At Rebirth Clinic, we specifically utilize mesenchymal stem cells derived from umbilical cord tissue, recognized for their safety and superior efficacy compared to other types.
  • 2. Will my blood be utilized to generate stem cells for the treatment?
    Stem Cell Source: At Rebirth Clinic, our primary source of stem cells is derived from fresh umbilical cord tissue, specifically mesenchymal stem cells. These cells are favored over those obtained from bone marrow or blood due to their enhanced benefits and potential in a variety of treatments.
  • 9. What types of conditions can be addressed with stem cell therapy?
    Diverse Range of Treatable Conditions: Stem cell therapy exhibits potential in addressing a broad spectrum of conditions, encompassing, but not restricted to, orthopedic injuries, autoimmune disorders, diabetes, Parkinson's disease, neurodegenerative diseases and more.
  • 12. Has regulatory approval been granted for stem cell therapy?
    Regulatory Approval: The approval status of stem cell therapy varies depending on the country and specific conditions. While some treatments have received full approval, others are still undergoing research and investigation.
  • 10. What is the efficacy rate of your stem cell therapy?
    Effectiveness: Our stem cell therapy demonstrates a noteworthy success rate, especially evident in patients with more severe conditions. For individuals in good health, the changes may be subtle yet significant, and early intervention can enhance the potential for positive outcomes.
  • 5. Is it possible for me to choose a donor who hasn't been vaccinated against COVID?
    Selection of Donors: Although we cannot provide information on the vaccination status of donor mothers, it's crucial to understand that COVID vaccines do not transfer to the stem cells. Our stem cell cultures undergo thorough clinical testing to uphold the highest quality and safety standards.
  • 16. Does stem cell therapy have the capability to cure diseases?
    Potential for Cure: Although stem cell therapy has demonstrated notable results in improving symptoms and facilitating healing, it does not ensure a complete cure for all diseases. Each case is evaluated individually for its potential outcomes.
  • 1. Are there any potential side effects associated with stem cell therapy?
    Is the procedure considered safe? Safety and Efficacy: Umbilical Cord Blood Stem Cell Therapy has proven to be exceptionally safe and effective. With a track record of over 60,000 treatments in the United States and a stellar safety performance in Europe, where 100,000 patients have been successfully treated, there have been no reported adverse side effects. At Rebirth Clinic, we place a paramount emphasis on safety throughout the entire stem cell culture process and administration, all managed by a highly trained professional team. While serious side effects are rare, some individuals may experience mild, temporary after-effects such as low-grade fever and sleepiness, which are normal responses as the stem cells initiate their regenerative process. It is essential to exercise caution against substandard products, as they may lead to severe side effects including systemic infections, thrombosis, allergic reactions, and complications such as lung inflammation.
  • 13. What distinguishes autologous from allogeneic stem cell therapy?
    Types of Therapies: Autologous therapy utilizes an individual's own stem cells, whereas allogeneic therapy involves stem cells sourced from a donor. Autologous stem cells may, at times, exhibit reduced effectiveness due to the impact of the aging process on their quality.
  • 4. As someone generally in good health, could I still derive benefits from stem cell treatment?
    Advantages for Healthy Individuals: Stem cell therapy can prove beneficial even for those in good health. It actively contributes to slowing down the aging process and collaborates with the body's inherent anti-aging mechanisms. This treatment assists in alleviating the accelerated wear and tear on the body's natural stem cells, thereby diminishing cellular damage and decelerating the effects of aging.
  • 7. Is it possible to resume physical training after undergoing stem cell therapy?
    Post-Treatment Activity: We advise avoiding training or engaging in strenuous activities during the initial week following the treatment. This allows the stem cells to concentrate on repairing the body without the additional strain of new injuries. Starting from the second week, you can gradually reintroduce exercise and ease back into your regular routine.
  • 14. Is surgery necessary for stem cell therapy?
    Surgical Considerations: Generally, stem cell therapy is non-surgical, non-invasive and is administered through injections or IV infusions. However, certain treatments may involve minor surgical procedures, such as intra-articular injections for knee osteoarthritis.
  • 3. How long does the stem cell treatment session last?
    Duration of Treatment: The length of a stem cell treatment session at Rebirth Clinic varies depending on the specific needs of the patient. However, we use mesenchymal stem cells from fresh umbilical cord tissue which is known for it's efficacy and quick integration into the body's healing processes. Usually the duration of the treatment can be between 2-3 hours.



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