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3 things you should know before you do your stem cell treatment
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Member of US Based Clinical Trial
Medical Director, Dr. Tami, is a member of the US based Clinical Trial IRB Number ICSS-2016-004.
Three Stem Cell Treatments
The Seattle Stem Cell Center is the ONLY treatment center that gives you THREE STEM CELL TREATMENTS for LESS than the cost for two treatments.
Comprehensive Holistic Approach
Lastly, Seattle Stem Cell Center combines it with a holistic approach to support your stem cell treatment with nutrition, hormones, microbiome, and addressing inflammatory issues.
– Lung disease such as COPD
– Congestive Heart Failure
– Post MI (Myocardial Infarction, aka heart attack)
– Neck Arthritis & Spine disease
– Back Arthritis & Spine disease
– Knee Problems
– Hip Problems
– Elbow & Hand problems
– Shoulder problems
Neurologic & Autoimmune Diseases
– Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
– Multiple Sclerosis
– Muscular Dystrophy
– Autoimmune Neuropathy & CIDP
– Rheumatoid Arthritis
– Amylotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
– Autoimmune neuropathy and CIDP
– Myasthenia Gravis
– Crohns Disease
– Relapsing Polychondritis
– Alopecia Areata
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Clinical Trial Information
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Stem Cell Banking
Welcome to the future. A biobank is a type of biorepository that stores biological samples (usually human) for future use. Here at Seattle Stem Cell Center we are proud to announce that we are able to harvest and bank your own stem cells for future use.
Why bank your stem cells? For decades, doctors have known the unique ability of stem cells to treat diseases. The use of stem cells to treat diseases, to heal injuries, and to grow replacement tissues is now a reality. By banking your stem cells now, you’ll have them available for when you need them.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Will insurance cover stem cell therapy?
No. Stem cell therapy is not covered by any insurance providers in the United States.
Is stem cell therapy FDA approved?
No. Stem cell treatment is not approved by the FDA for any specific disease or condition. Click For Details.
What is a stem cell?
A stem cell is basically any cell that can replicate and differentiate. This means the cell can not only multiply, it can turn into different types of tissues.
How do adult stem cells heal?
These adult stem cells are known as “progenitor” cells. This means they remain dormant (do nothing) unless they witness some level of tissue injury. It’s the tissue injury that turns them on. So, when a person has a degenerative type problem, the stem cells tend to go to that area of need and stimulate the healing process
How is the fat obtained?
Patients have their fat (usually abdominal) harvested in our special sterile treatment facility under a local anesthetic. The fat removal procedure lasts approximately twenty minutes. Specially designed equipment is used to harvest the fat cells and less than 100cc of fat is required. Post operative discomfort is minimal and there is minimal restriction on activity.
How does SSCC control sterility in processing the stem cells?
Stem cells are harvested under sterile conditions using a special “closed system” technology so that the cells never come into contact with the environment throughout the entire process from removal to deployment. Sterile technique and antibiotics are also used to prevent infection.
Does SSCC use stem cells from any other animal source or person?
No. Only a person’s own adult autologous cells are used. These are harvested from each individual and deployed back into their own body. There is no risk of contamination or risk of introduction of mammalian DNA into the treatments.
Does SSCC use any embryonic stem cells?
No. Only adult mesenchymal stem cells are used. These cells are capable of forming bone, cartilage, fat, muscle, ligaments, blood vessels, and certain organs. Embryonic stem cells are associated with ethical considerations and limitations.
Seattle Stem Cell Center is part of a national clinical trial for stem cell therapy. What this mean for you as a patient is that you can get clinical data of success rates of the condition you want healed. Additionally, you can be assured that the standard of care that being part of a clinical trial brings.
I heard of another clinic using stem cells. What's the difference between you and them?
You should be alert to other clinics in the Seattle area that claim to use stem cells. Many use stem cells from cadavers (yes, you get stem cells from dead bodies.) They also can’t give you statistical data on successful outcomes. The Seattle Stem Cell Center is part of a national clinical trial.
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