Regenerative Medicine

Stem cell research is the most exciting option in the field of regenerative medicine being tested for efficacy in treating a variety of health issues where the body’s own response to traditional treatments isn’t sufficient to restore health and optimum function. We are currently exploring whether stem cell therapy can be successfully used to treat a variety of afflictions such as heart disease, diabetes and autoimmune disorders, as well as sports and spinal cord injuries, cerebral palsy and congenital defects, age-related disorders such as stroke, Alzheimer’s disease and arthritis.

Stem cell therapy uses “mother” cells, which are present in the body and these “mother” cells are the raw material the body uses to create all different kinds of cells in the body. Stem cells have the ability to develop into any type of cell and they retain this ability while they continue to multiply after treatment.

What’s unique about using stem cells for your treatment is that they not only have the potential to grow into any type of cells according to the organ or tissues where they moved to, but they also have the capacity to target a particular area that needs repair or restored function. This innovative technique of using stem cells to grow new tissue in the body has made stem cell research a major contender in the battle against the ravages that aging, disease, injuries and other conditions can cause. The reasons for choosing a stem cell research protocol for your condition are simple and forthright, as are the reasons for choosing to associate with and seek the knowledge and support of a leader in the field of stem cell therapy, Blue Horizon Stem Cells.

Stem cell therapy is painless and usually takes less than a few hours. Stem cells are taken from either your own body or approved umbilical cord donors that have passed a rigorous, multilevel testing process assuring patient safety. Side effects are minimal, of which shortens recovery time, with the added bonuses of getting you back to living your life as well as less of a financial burden for you and your healthcare provider.