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Autologous Fat Stem Cell Therapy

What Is Autologous Adipose Stem Cell Treatment?

​Stem cell therapy starts with taking 50cc of blood and 100-300cc of fat.  The fat is harvested through a mini-liposuction. Then a phospholipid is added to the fat to make the fat release the stem cells.  Meanwhile, the blood is centrifuged to make Platelet Rich Plasma(PRP).  PRP is like food for the stem cells and contains many chemicals that induce your stem cells to mobilize their healing capacity.

Benefits of Autologous Adipose Stem Cell Treatment


More Effective: Stem Cell Research has proven autologous adipose stem cell therapy from a patients own harvested stem cells to be more effective than other, controversial stem cell therapies.

Safer: Using your own stem cells is safe. Using the stem cells from a pig, which while close, is not human, can and does present a variety of safety issues. Introducing another human's stem cells, while from the human species, poses it's own set of potential problems since, obviously, these introduced stem cells are not the stem cells of the patient.


How is Autologous Adult Adipose Stem Cell Treatment Administered?

Adipose stem cell therapy is approximately a four hour outpatient procedure involving the following:

  • Harvest: Using a proprietary but simple procedure similar to tumescent liposuction, 100-300cc's of adipose tissue is harvested from the patient

  • Breakdown: The adipose tissue is then broken down using a phospholipid solution, and a proprietary Cell Preparation Medium.

  • Separate: Using standard techniques, the Stromal Vascular Fraction (SVF) which contains your Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSC) is separated from the fat cells.

  • Isolate: Mesenchymal Stem Cells and other progenitor cells are then isolated from the SVF using standard techniques.

  • Wash: The stem cells are then triple-washed with saline to remove any traces of the phospholipid solution and cell preparation medium.

  • Activate: The isolated MSCs are then suspended in the person’s own platelet-rich-plasma (PRP) growth factors and activated with a red/yellow/green laser. This ‘awakens’ or activates the dormant mesenchymal stem cells.

  • Infuse: The cells are then administered back to the patient through one or more of the following modes of administration:​

  1. Intravenous: The mesenchymal stem cells are administered through a standard intravenous drip

  2. Fat Transfer: The mesenchymal stem cells are mixed with the fat filler-biomaterial mix before reintroduction

  3. Local/Topical: The mesenchymal stem cells are administered directly onto a localized area different from their tissue of origin


What happens to Stem Cells after implantation?
  • Stem Cells are dispersed into the adjacent tissue and become smooth

  • Stem Cells differentiate into component cell types and integrate with the target tissue or organ

  • Stem Cells begin to secrete several essential growth factors

  • Stem Cells start to attract the growth of blood vessels to facilitate tissue formation


Differences between other Stem Cell procedures
  • Less painful than a bone marrow transplant

  • More Adult Stem Cells per unit volume can be harvested (50-60 million in one application; 1cc of fat contains approximately 2 million stem cells)

  • No ethical or moral issues in harvesting adipose (fat) tissue as opposed to animal or fetal embryonic stem cells

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