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Autologous Fat Stem Cell Therapy

During the procedure, we take stem cells from the patient's own body fat and then re-inject them into the specific area that needs healing. This is the reality of stem cell treatment.  Injuries release cytokines, once stem cells are administered during the treatment, the stem cells find the cytokines using their cytokine receptors, aggregate into the damaged tissue and heal the affected area.


How is Autologous Fat Stem Cell Treatment done?

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

  • Light-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

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