Stem Cell Therapy in Scottsdale, AZ
Regenerative medicine is a developing area of science that aims to restore proper function of tissues and organs damaged by disease or injury and promote the body’s reparative process. As concerns mount due to the shortage of donor organs and the increasing elderly population, the search for new and effective treatment has become more urgent. An estimated 90,000 people are on the organ transplant waiting list in the United States, and many serious medical needs are going unmet. Regenerative medicine offers new opportunities to expand and improve treatment options.
Both current and emerging regenerative medicine utilizes stem cells to produce live, healthy tissues that help repair cells damaged by disease, age, or genetic abnormalities. Stem cells are able to target areas of damage and promote the regeneration of tissue cells by triggering the body’s natural repair processes and restoring tissue function. Regenerative medicine carries the possibility of curing many health issues that would otherwise be permanent or terminal.
Stem cell therapies offer hope for helping medical science better understand and treat a wide array of diseases, disorders, injuries, and other health problems. The power of stem cell therapy is evidenced by the fact that stem cells derived from blood can help treat blood diseases, a treatment method that has been used to save thousands of children suffering from leukemia. It is also seen in related treatments for tissue grafts and injuries or diseases of the eyes, bones, and skin. Important studies regarding stem cells are in progress for numerous other health issues, and researchers are continuing to investigate new medical uses for these types of therapies.
The Stem Cell Surgical Network and affiliated treatment facilities do not promote stem cell therapy as a way to cure, treat, diagnose, or prevent any injury, illness, or disease. The statements and implied therapies on this website have been neither approved nor evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The information on this website is not intended, and should not be taken, as medical advice. All information on this site is intended solely for informational and educational purposes, and we do not offer treatment or diagnosis through this site or by phone. The Stem Cell Surgical Network and its related centers perform patient-funded studies to provide each patient with Stromal Vascular Fraction consisting of their unique autologous growth factors and stem cells. These treatment centers only offer surgical procedures and are not affiliated with the production or use of experimental drugs.
The Stem Cell Surgical Network makes no claims that autologous stem cell applications, either potential or existing, have received FDA approval. We also make no claims that autologous stem cells will work for any condition either listed, unlisted, implied or intended. Prospective patients are responsible for performing their own independent research based on the options given to them so an informed choice can be made. Choosing to participate in these experimental protocols is fully elective.
If you are concerned about Stromal Vascular Fraction or our website, products, techniques, or methods and you believe that we are in violation of any state or federal law, please notify us immediately so the issue can be investigated as soon as possible.