Stem Cells

What are stem cells?

Stem cells can be divided into two broad types of cells: embryonic and adult stem cells. Embryonic stem cells are derived from the early embryonic tissue which we do not use for ethical reasons.

Adult stem cells are obtained from adult tissue and are found in most tissue types and act as the repair system for the body, replenishing and maintaining the bodies organs and tissues. Fat is an easy source to obtain stem cells.

Stem cells are defined by two properties: First, they can self-regenerate, that is they can divide and give rise to more stem cells of the same kind. Second, they can mature or differentiate into specialized cells that carry out a specific function, such as in the skin, muscle or blood.

Stem cell science shows much promise for the future treatment of a wide range of diseases and conditions, but much of the research is still in early stages. There is good cause for hope, but progress is slower than the media often suggests.

Adult Stem Cell Therapy

A safe and effective regenerative and stem cell treatment available for both adults and children. Diseases and conditions such as Autism, Auto-Immune Disease, Cerebral Palsy, Diabetes, Heart Disease, Liver Cirrhosis, Macular Degeneration, Nerve Damage, Osteoarthritis, Spinal Cord Injury and Stroke are all being successfully treated with Adult Stem Cells.

Also, cell therapy is a powerful tool in Anti-aging treatments.

Adult Stem Cell Therapy:

We are witnessing a revolution in Cellular medicine-Stem Cell therapy/Stem Cell treatments. Thousands of patients around the world have already benefited from bio-technologies using stem cells, delivered safely by skilled physicians. Diseases once considered incurable are responding well to stem cell therapies and are restoring a quality of life to patients they thought they had lost forever.

Thailand is at the hub of what is now commonly called medical tourism. Bangkok, Thailand has some of the finest hospitals and clinics, offering unsurpassed care in state-of-the-art facilities.

Adipose Cell Therapy

Our Adipose stem cell separation process is based upon acquiring the vascular tissue, primarily capillaries, that surround fat tissue from the abdomen. The vascular tissue is a rich source of many autologous cell types that are in use in regenerative medicine today. We developed a novel process using ultrasound that results in a cellular composition which is called Vascular Cellular Fraction or VCF. VCF is also referred to as stromal vascular fraction or SVF.