Stem Cell Research
We’re very lucky to live in a time where safer, less invasive treatments are becoming more and more available and successful in the medical industry.
Stem cells are some of the most personalized medical procedures out there, a lot of other medical solutions are made with the “one size fits all” model in mind because it’s easier and doesn’t require any additional training. You’re able to customize modern medicine to fit your lifestyle.
Where are stem cells taken from?
People always wonder where stem cells come from.
Honestly, the best source is definitely your own body! All body tissue has stem cells in it, but some like bone marrow and fat are far more plentiful and viable sources. Also in using your own body as the source, you totally avoid all chance at infections or pathogens. Be wary of people with off-the-shelf products, these are not living stem cells and are often falsely advertised as so. You should always choose the natural option over the idea of fake or manufactured chemicals.
Stem Cell Success
We’re very glad to see the amazing success rates in stem cell therapy!
Roughly 95% of people claim that the procedure was a success and has improved everyday life, and even 80%+ of people say the same after three months. Like all medicine, you and your lifestyle choices heavily impact how successful it may be. In just a short time, these treatments have proven to be a great success for patients.
Stem cell therapy risks?
Any medical procedure comes with some sort of risk!
With proper techniques and guidelines infection is exceedingly rare, only about 1 in 1000 are affected at all by infection. Stem cell therapy and growth factor injections are very safe, but still always ensure you’re working with the best of doctors and only doing things you understand and are comfortable with. Medicine always comes with risks, the best thing you can do for yourself is research the topic so you know what you’re talking about and doing to your body. You can feel comfortable with the medical work done by Charlotte cell therapy