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Cellular Regeneration, a process to recover diseased tissues

This process occurs naturally throughout our body, but in some cases this capacity is lost, which is exactly the reason for using a treatment with Stem Cells.

The Cell regeneration It is a process that happens naturally, the younger we are, the better our body does it, and the older we get, we lose this ability; Think about the change that happens to our hair, skin or nails: this is cell regeneration! The medical procedure consists of inducing the regeneration of diseased tissues through therapies such as Autologous Stem Cells, Regenerative Organotherapy or Autologous Growth Factors.

The Mother cells They are specialized cells that circulate through the body (in bone marrow) and hide within specific organs (such as adipose tissue) and have the ability to replace the diseased cell or repair organs that are deteriorating. A Stem Cell or stem cell can differentiate or become specific cells in the body such as skin, muscles, nerves, cartilage, bone, among others. The treatment seeks to differentiate stem cells into healthy cells from injured or defective tissue to improve their function..

There are several types of Stem Cells, depending on where they are taken, we find:

  • Hematopoietic
  • Mesenchymal Adults
  • From the Mononuclear or Stromal Vascular fraction
  • Umbilical cord
  • Embryonic (only indicated for laboratory use)


We regularly use Adult Autologous Stem Cells (Mesenchymal Cells) that we extract from the bone marrow or adipose tissue, and the Adult Allogeneic Stem Cells (Mesenchymal Cells) that are obtained from the umbilical cord. Through a laboratory procedure they are separated, concentrated, sterility and quality tests are applied, then they are transferred to the place in the body that needs it; The extracted Stem Cells can be cryopreserved for future reinforcements.

Prior to the procedure, we prepare the patient through anti-aging medicine, nanomedicine, bioregulatory and functional medicine, which is aimed at detoxifying the diseased organ, recovering its defense mechanisms and reordering functions. Once completed, therapy can begin.

In which cases can Cellular Regeneration be applied?

It is important to mention that Only in specific cases is this treatment recommended, based on scientific experience and that the patient is suitable. Among the diseases that benefit are:

  • Cellular Anti-Aging and Revitalization
  • COPD, Chronic Bronchitis, Asthma
  • Osteoarthritis (spine, knee, hip) and Arthritis
  • Tendonitis and Bursitis
  • Vertebral Disc Diseases (discopathies)
  • Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s
  • Strokes
  • Arterial Hypertension and Atherosclerosis
  • Autoimmune diseases (rheumatoid arthritis)
  • Diabetes Mellitus and Insulin Resistance
  • Multiple sclerosis


Performing this procedure brings benefits to the patient related to the repair, revitalization and renewal of the Immune system and diseased cells, seeks to improve quality of life, prevent premature aging and increase energy levels. Another important aspect is that optimizes cellular performanceacting at a preventive level, towards the weakening of age and improving tolerance to Stress.