Surecell Stem Cells

Our stem cells are a very powerful treatment for osteoarthritis, diabetes and chronic degeneration or inflammation. It releases growth factors, stimulates new cell growth and has an anti-inflammatory effect. In a recent study in Melbourne half of the patients report an amazing 75% reduction in pain.

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How do Stem Cells work?

The stem cells are taken from your own body. We use a minor liposuction to take a small amount of fat from your tummy which has the stem cells in it. Then the cells are separated from the fat and treated with light. When it's ready we inject the cells together directly into your injury where they start the healing process.

Why choose Stem Cells?

We use PRP or Stem Cells to replace cortisone or joint replacement surgery. These treatments have massive downsides: Cortisone doesn't heal your injury and looses it's effect over time and Joint Replacement Surgery is expensive, complicated and dangerous.

PRP and Stem Cells don't work instantly like cortisone, they are not pain killers. They release growth hormones that actually heal your injury. It's like when you cut your finger, blood leaks out and the platelets clot and heal your skin. Many injuries are just like an internal cut where the blood doesn't reach well and your body struggles to heal itself. We can inject PRP or Stem Cells directly onto those injuries to start the healing process.

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Orthopedic conditions

Osteoarthritis | Rheumatoid Arthritis | Cartilage repair | Tendonitis & Tendinosis | Muscle repair | Bone repair

Surecell is suggesting Stem Cell procedures for severe and chronic musculoskeletal conditions. Often we use stem cell procedures when results from prior PRP therapy were not satisfactory enough. [Example](/tagged/testimonial,prp fail,)

Related Research | Wiki | WebMD

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Neurological conditions

There is an exciting number of clinical trials currently ongoing globally testing the safety and efficacy of different stem cell therapies for a wide range of neurological conditions. Among others, these include:

Stroke | Alzheimer's Disease/ Dementia | Autism | Brain injury & hypoxia | Multiple Sclerosis | Parkinson's disease | Cerebral Palsy | Spinal Cord Injury | Motor Neurone Disease | Diabetic Neuropathy

It is too early to make statements on the effectiveness of the various stem cell therapies in trial. At this stage, Surecell is only offering intravenous administered adipose derived mesenchymal stem cell therapies for which sufficient safety data is available.

[Related Research](/tagged/research,stem cells,neurological conditions) | Wiki | WebMD

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Diabetes Mellitus

Research suggests Stem Cells as treatment possibility for the pancreas, lever and illnesses often associated with Diabetes, such as chronic wounds and kidney diseases.

Related Research | Wiki | WebMD

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Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

COPD is a disease making it hard to breath and it is getting worse over time. The main cause for COPD is cigarette smoking.

In COPD insufficient air flows in and out of the the airways because damage to different lung tissue: i) airway elasticity, ii) airway walls, iii) airway clogging, iv) walls between air sacs.

Related Research | Wiki | WebMD

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Crohn's Disease & Complex Fistula

Crohn's disease, also known as Crohn syndrome and regional enteritis, is a type of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) that may affect any part of the gastrointestinal tract from mouth to anus. Some people with Inflammatory Bowel Some people with Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) may develop a fistula.

Crohn's and Colitis UK on living with a fistula: Information Sheet

[Related Research](/tagged/research,crohns disease) | Wiki | WebMD

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For obtaining a good understanding on conditions that could possibly be treated with stem cell procedures, visit Stem Cell Australia, listing currently ongoing clinical trials globally.