PIONEERING STEM CELL TREATMENTS
400+ Treatments In The Last 5 Years In Redding
Our practice is dedicated to cutting-edge, highly professional procurement and delivery of autologous mesenchymal stem cells. This field is exciting for us, as well as for our affiliated physicians, and being able to offer such innovative stem cell therapy is a privilege, though it comes with great responsibility.
Utilizing our over 90 years of combined experience & expertise into treating you
The Northern California Stem Cell Treatment Center is partnered with a large global organization called Cell Surgical Network. This affiliation, involving over 50 centers worldwide, shares our passion for this work and allows our practice and our patients the ability to add consequentially to the scientific knowledge base in clinical stem cell treatments.
We are pleased to be able to utilize our over 90 years of combined experience and expertise in treating patients to help forge progress in this exciting type of medicine, and we are dedicated to safely delivering stem cell therapy to our patients. We’ve been treating patients in Redding for over a year and seen more than 400 cases come through our office in the last 5 years. Though the advancements thus far have been phenomenal, we are on the cusp of even greater life-changing medical innovations.
WHAT IS A STEM CELL?
OUR BODIES ARE BORN WITH TRILLIONS OF STEM CELLS.
HOW CAN STEM CELL TREATMENT BE USED AGAINST DISEASE?
RESEARCHERS AND CLINICIANS HAVE BEEN TRYING TO FIND WAYS TO USE A PERSON'S OWN STEM CELLS TO TREAT DISEASES FOR DECADES.
Infusion of one's own (autologous) stem cells is often used in certain cancer patients to successfully "regrow" bone marrow cells after chemotherapy has been given to destroy the diseased cells.
There is a tremendous amount of research actively being conducted, both in the laboratory and clinically, to find other ways for stem cells to alleviate suffering in common, debilitating diseases. For many of these ailments, current therapeutic options are either limited or highly invasive. Our process involves delivering stem cells throughout the body (systemically), as well as locally to the affected organ, when appropriate. This gives the patient the opportunity to use their own cells, now optimally directed, to heal a damaged body part or organ system.