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Stem Cell Therapy FAQ

Stem Cell Therapy FAQ

stem cell therapyStem cell therapy has made incredible research advancements in a number of different medical conditions, some of the most notable are certain neurological traumas such as spinal cord injury, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, macular degeneration, hypertension, and diabetes. In addition to the beneficial medical results that are being tested, individuals who are searching for ways to turn back the hands of time have also found great methods to address a number of personal concerns. If you, or a loved one, are interested in the benefits that can be achieved by these therapies, having a basic knowledge is a first step.

Q. What can a patient expect from their stem cell therapy?

A. Just as each patient has their own specific condition and accompanying symptoms, the results will be just as varied.

Q. Is it possible for a person to have more than one type of therapy at a time?

A. Each patient will undergo an evaluation with the attending physician. Once this information is collected, a personalized combination of research protocols will be established to meet the needs of the person being treated.

Q. In addition to the stem cell therapy, are there additional medications that are prescribed?

A. Supplements and additional medications are sometimes included as a part of the stem cell research protocol. This will be determined by the physician on a case by case basis.

Q. While undergoing stem cell therapy can a person drink alcohol, smoke, or use drugs?

A. No. Anyone undergoing this treatment is advised against drinking alcohol, smoking, or using any type of narcotics. No drinking alcohol 48 hours before and 72 hours after the procedure and not smoking cigarettes when undergoing the procedure is required for the best results.  These activities can prove detrimental to the final results of the stem cell protocol.  Only the supplements or medications prescribed by the physician should be taken by a patient.