Not too long ago stem cell therapy was little more than a promising area of research.
In the last year or so, stem cell therapy has been leaping out of research labs, and into hospitals and clinics. It is all part of the evolving practice of regenerative medicine.
Astounding breakthroughs in regenerative medicine are becoming common place. Muscle tissue and damaged heart tissue have already been replaced, using stem cell therapies.
The latest major discovery? Researchers with the London Project to Cure Blindness have successfully used stem cell therapy to cure a certain type of blindness.
The scientists with the Project have been working for over 10 years, and have recently used stem cells to cure a patient with macular degeneration. Macular degeneration is a condition that can often lead to central vision loss or blindness.
Doctors performed the procedure this month at a London hospital. The patient’s own stem cells were used to regrow ocular tissue at the back of the eye that was destroyed by the disease.
The surgery was done as part of a clinical trial testing the effectiveness of the stem cell procedure for age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
In a statement to the press, Dennis Clegg, cofounder of the California Project to Cure Blindness, said this type of stem cell therapy “has tremendous potential for treating all types of age-related macular degeneration.
Regenerative medicine using stem cells will likely become a major weapon to fight many diseases…”
Other Successful types of Stem Cell Therapy
I am excited every time I get to report on yet another advance in stem cell therapy and regenerative medical procedures.
After all, at our concierge age management clinics in Aventura and Miami Beach we were pioneers in the use of stem cell therapy. We are successfully using stem cell therapy in many age management procedures.
Stem cells are the basis of one of our most popular techniques – Platelet Rich Plasma therapy.
Much like the treatment developed in London, Platelet Rich Plasma, or PRP therapies are based on using your own cells. In this case we use the healing factors and undifferentiated stem cells in your own blood
PRP was originally used to speed-up the healing of sports injuries, such as tendon tears.
Many well-known athletes and sports celebrities have used stem cell therapies such as PRP, to get back in the game faster, after shoulder, wrist, or knee injuries. In the past such injuries could have sidelined an athlete for an entire season. Today, many a career has been saved, thanks to PRP!
These proven healing abilities of PRP have led to the development of a number of “regenerative procedures” beyond the sports world.
Improved Sexual Performance and PRP
The stem cells in PRP not only help accelerate the healing of wounds and injuries. They can stimulate the growth of tissue, and improve blood flow anywhere in the body.
That means that PRP could be used anywhere restricted blood flow is a problem. Both men and women can suffer sexual wellness issues due to decreased circulation.
Good blood flow is essential to obtain an erection. It is also necessary to stimulate the vagina and clitoris.
That is why PRP is a safe and effective sexual wellness treatment for both sexes!
PRP is used in the increasingly popular O-shot, or orgasm shot for women. PRP is also used for “male enhancement.” HealthGAINS ‘ exclusive Gains Enhancement also uses PRP.
The stem cells in the O-shot can:
- Improve sexual desire
- Increase sensitivity
- Improve arousal
- Provide increased vaginal lubrication
- Relieve painful intercourse and increase libido
The growth factors and stem cells in the Gains Enhancement provide a drug free cure for erectile dysfunction (ED). The P-shot, and the Gains Enhancement improve your ability to get an erection. They also provide longer and more sustainable erections.
Since PRP is a stem cell therapy that stimulates cellular growth, PRP sexual wellness treatments for men can also increase penis size!
Men who have gotten The Gains Enhancement shot have reported increases in both length and girth of as much as two inches!
Have you or anyone you know tried any “age management” treatments? What were the results?
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