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Frequently Asked Questions

General Questions

How Are Stem Cells Collected?

This Regenerative Cell Treatment is collected from mother’s who have donated their placental tissue after delivering a child by c-section birth.

Is Stem Cell Therapy Safe?

Absolutely! Our Stem Cell Therapy is an extremely safe treatment option. We are committed to the highest standards, and adhere to the stringent FDA regulations.

How Much Downtime Should I Expect After Stem Cell Treatment?

Typically, there is little to no downtime from Stem cellular therapy.

How Long Does The Repair Process Take?

Generally, the repair process begins immediately and the good news is that it can continue to repair for up to eight additional months from the date of the initial procedure.

Can The Procedure Fail?

Like any other procedure there is no 100% guarantee. In certain cases, it is possible that you may need additional treatments or your stem cells do not have enough repair potential relative to the severity of your disease.

If The Stem Cell Therapy Fails Can I Still Have Surgery?

Yes. There is nothing about this procedure that would preclude you from having traditional surgery. We evaluate each case carefully if conventional surgery is the best course of action we will advise you on that.

What Are Stem Cells? Why Are Stem Cells Important?

Every cell in your body is a descendant of a stem cell.  And now, regardless of your age, there are still stem cells present in various tissues helping to maintain and repair the tissues that they serve. Two tissues noted for a high density of stem cells are fat tissue and bone marrow.  However, as we age, stem cells are less plentiful and do not function as well as they once did.  Modern medicine has now made it possible for us to harness the power of stem cells to treat damaged or degenerated tissue.

Types of stem cell treatments available in the United States include:

  • Amniotic Tissue/Cord- Derived stem cells
  • Fat-Derived stem cells
  • Bone Marrow-Derived stem cells

A fourth source of stem cells, embryonic stem cells, while used around the world, is not approved for therapeutic treatment in the United States and will not be discussed further here.

Stem Cells Derived from Amniotic Tissue

Here at Beyond Stem Cells Denver, we believe that the current optimal source of stem cells is amniotic tissue-derived stem cells.  The stem cells Growth Factors in these tissues are far more plentiful than those found in either bone marrow or fat, particularly as you grow older.  Secondly, these stem cells are significantly more active.  Third, they require no previous surgical procedure with the associated risks.  Finally, these stem cells are associated with significantly more growth factors needed for your tissues to regenerate.  Depending on the site being treated, your treatment may consist of a single injection.  Currently, we perform stem cell treatments only for joints and associated soft tissue because treatment results in these areas have a proven track record of success. Third, the hair restoration and joint regeneration with Stem Cell Growth factors.

Stem Cells Derived from Fat

These stem cells are harvested by removing fat from the body in two possible ways.   One is through liposuction and the other is by directly removing fat through surgical excision.  The fat is then processed and injected back into the patient.   The advantage is the patient uses their own tissue.  Disadvantages are a surgical procedure which can have complications including bleeding, infection, reaction to anesthetic, and in older patients significantly fewer stem cells obtained in comparison to younger patients, cost of harvesting the fat.

Stem Cells Derived from Bone Marrow

These stem cells are obtained from the bone marrow usually from the hip (femur) or pelvis in a procedure known as bone marrow aspiration.  This can be a painful process and has the possible risk of bleeding, and infection.

Stem Cell Safety

The stem cells we use at Beyond Stem Cells Denver have passed a rigorous evaluation process.  Our medical director has visited each facility personally to ensure that the facility is operating to current standards and follows all guidelines.  Additionally, we require third party testing from all of the companies we use prior to adopting their product.

Stem Cell Treatment Initial Visit

What You Need To Bring:

  • Recent Medical History
  • List of current medications
  • X-ray records including reports and images
  • And finally, all your questions at your first complimentary consultation

At Beyond Stem Cells Denver we want to answer every question you might have so that you can make an informed decision as to what may be right for you.

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