NeoGenix Stem Cell Therapy
Nowadays you can find an alternative treatment to so many medical issues. All too many medical innovations and solutions are made with the “one size fits all” mindset behind them because it’s easier, more appealing, and doesn’t take additional training to do. Modern medicine has taken great strides and does great things, but it gets us into a mindset of thinking one rigid treatment is going to cure all. Stem cell is customized to your body and needs each time you are going through a therapy procedure.
Success of Stem Cells
One thing stem cell therapy doesn’t suffer from is a lack of results. Since its inception it’s shown on average to have incredible results for those that use it. 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, it may not be for everyone, success depends on a whole host of factors in your life, and we always say you should get second opinions. We find that those suffering from severe arthritis benefit the most from stem cell and growth factor treatments.
Sources of Stem Cells
We know everyone wants to know were stem cells come from. This is arguably the most important question for you to ask when looking into therapy, generally speaking the best cells to use are actually your own, straight from 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. Don’t fall for scams!
How safe is stem cell therapy?
Yes, there are very minor risks in stem cell therapy, as with any other medical procedure or therapy. Any time you’re penetrating the skin you risk infection to some degree. With proper techniques and guidelines infection is exceedingly rare, only about 1 in 1000 are affected at all. Stem cell therapy and growth factor injections are relatively extremely safe, but still always ensure you’re working with the best of doctors, such as the professionals at stem cell therapy, and only doing things you understand and are comfortable with.