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Below, please find a list of additional FAQ and answers to help you decide if stem cell therapy is right for you.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will my insurance pay for my stem cell procedure?
No. This is a patient funded clinical trial and is paid in full by patients. The cost is $8900 and can be paid with 12 month interest free financing. You HSA account may be used to pay for all or part of this procedure as it is a medical procedure. You may also pay in full.
What are the conditions treated with stem cells?
Any condition other than active cancer, dental infections and pregnancy can be treated.
However, we have statistical data (ie: what the success rate has been) on the following conditions from our study:
- Auto-immune conditions
- Cardiac conditions
- Pulmonary conditions
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Orthopedic conditions such as joint, back and neck arthritis
Is there an age limit to doing this treament?
Yes, you must be at least 18 years old. There is no upper age limit.
How long does it take?
The procedure is done at the Seattle Stem Cell Center and you will be with us for approximately 3 hours.
Can I go back to regular activities or work the next day?
Will I need more than one stem cell treatment?
If you have a chronic progressive condition such as MS or other conditions that get worse over time you may need additional treatments. There is an option to freeze your own cells so that the additional treatments are much easier and much less expensive
If you are still interested in speaking with Dr. Tami about stem cell treatments please email us to make a free consultation or call 206.622.5300. You can also visit our website for more information. www.seattlestemcellcenter.net
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