Stem Cell Therapy
What it does
Promotes the repair of dysfunctional or injured tissue
How it works
Stem cells are administered either via IV drip or injected at targeted areas, where it replaces damaged and ageing stem cells and secretes bioactive exosomes.
The therapy helps to promote the body’s self-healing abilities by stimulating the production of new blood vessels, improving blood sugar levels and metabolic functions, and strengthening the body’s immune system.
The Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSC) which are used are genetically stable and safe. These are collected from the umbilical cord of healthy human donors who are free from genetically-related diseases and chronic diseases, such as cardiovascular and metabolic diseases.
During the procurement of the MSCs, all ethical, legal and safety regulations of the government are fulfilled with stringent standard operating procedures adhered to, including checks on manufacturing practices and quality.
- Body’s self-healing ability is improved
Those who want to aid recovery of dysfunctional or injured tissue through non-invasive means.