Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) are partially defined by their ability to differentiate into tissues including bone, cartilage and adipose in vitro, but it is their trophic, paracrine and immunomodulatory functions that may have the greatest therapeutic impact in vivo. Unlike pharmaceutical treatments that deliver a single agent at a specific dose, MSCs are site regulated and secrete bioactive factors and signals at variable concentrations in response to local microenvironmental cues. Significant progress has been made in understanding the biochemical and metabolic mechanisms and feedback associated with MSC response. The anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory capacity of MSC may be paramount in the restoration of localized or systemic conditions for normal healing and tissue regeneration. Allogeneic MSC treatments, categorized as a drug by regulatory agencies, have been widely pursued, but new studies demonstrate the efficacy of autologous MSC therapies, even for individuals affected by a disease state. Safety and regulatory concerns surrounding allogeneic cell preparations make autologous and minimally manipulated cell therapies an attractive option for many regenerative, anti-inflammatory and autoimmune applications.

What is Cell Therapy? does not treat patients or provide any healthcare services or advice. Rather, individual doctors decide whether you as their patient might benefit from adult stem cells therapies.

Cell therapy is the use of stem cells and other regenerative cells to repair, restore, and regenerate, damaged or diseased cells, tissues, or organs.

Cell-based regenerative medicine is not new. Stem cell-based therapies in the form of bone marrow transplants have been used for over 40 years for the treatment of leukemia. Similarly, epithelial stem cell-based treatments have been widely used for many years for burns and corneal disorders.

The scope of potential cell-based therapies has expanded in recent years due to major steps forward in cell research and an increased understanding of the clinical applications of adult stem cells.

Typically, your stem cells are reintroduced into your body via injection directly into a joint, intravenously, intrathecal (Spinal tap), or directly into a lymph node. Location of reintroduction, amount of stem cells per treatment, and number of treatments is determined by your physician. Currently, treatments are performed outside of the USA.

Discover the healing potential of your own stem cells®.

The stem cells contained within your body have the ability to do incredible things, and the world is starting to take notice. In Texas alone, over one billion dollars is being spent on research to discover how stem cells can treat a range of vascular, auto-immune, and degenerative conditions, such as Osteoarthritis, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s, and more.

What can Mesenchymal Stem Cells do?

Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSCs) are found in every single human being, and they have the power to transform into many types of cells your body needs, helping regenerate tissue and restore health.

What illnesses or diseases can they treat?

Physicians use adult MSC stem cell therapy to treat autoimmune, vascular, and degenerative conditions. This type of therapy is also being used successfully in situations where conventional treatments have not been effective. Physicians and researchers throughout the world have published peer-reviewed results that are exciting and promising. The medical community continues to learn and share how stem cell therapy can benefit humanity today and tomorrow.

Stem cells can be used to improve your quality of life and treat a range of conditions, such as:

Degenerative Conditions

  • Degenerative Conditions Overview
  • Arthritis
  • ALS
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Alzheimer’s
  • Parkinson’s
  • Renal Failure
  • Pulmonary Fibrosis

Auto-Immune Disorders

  • Autoimmune Disorders Overview
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Lupus
  • Type 1 Diabetes
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis

Vascular Diseases

  • Critical Limb Ischemia
  • Cardiovascular Conditions
  • Peripheral Vascular Diseases

Other Conditions

  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome


Here is an example of 3D printers printing artificial organs for education, research, and training medical doctors using hydrogel as the material. In the future, they will replace the hydrogel with your very own adult stem cells.