What Causes Autoimmune Disease?
Autoimmune conditions have no known cause. There are theories as to what intiates an overactive immune system. The conditions are named after the target tissue. If it’s the joints the diagnoses may be Rheumatoid Arthritis or Psoriac Arthritis. In Crohn’s and Ulcerative Colitis the target tissue is large intestine. If it’s the nerves and brain, the condition may be diagnosed as Multiple Sclerosis. Lupus has multiple target tissues such as the skin, muscles, and joints. Viruses, including attenuated ones from vaccines are known to be implicated to autoimmune disease. Exposure to enviornmental toxins such as chemicals or mold are also suspect. It’s important for the diagnosing physician to not just order and treat labs for patients with autoimmune conditions but to ask questions to see what could have sparked the fire under the immune system.
The great thing about treating autoimmune disease with stem cells is that even if the cause is unknown, the treatment will significantly improve your health. Pain is significantly diminished, stamina and strength return and you no longer need to take anti-inflammatory or steroids every day. The goal is to elliminate the need for the biologics which carry high risks for poor health and cancer.
Treatments for Autoimmune Disease
Conventional treatments for any autoimmune condition is the same. Steroids, anti-inflammatories and biologics. The problem with this plan is that the symptoms are simply being controlled. However, since the immune system is not being treated, but only suppressed, these treatments bring little success. The symptoms of chronic pain, fatigue and weakness and skin lesions still exist in addition to the side effects from the medications. The long term health consequences of taking immunosupressants is infections, frequent illness, and cancer. So there is little to be desired in the way of conventional treatments for Autoimmune disease.
How can a stem cell IV help with Autoimmune Disease?
Stem cells have the unique ability to respond to Cytokine Signaling. What this means is they migrate to the areas in the body where there is disease. This characteristic is great for autoimmune conditions since symptoms are experienced in multiple systems..be it skin, muscles, joints, nerves. Once in the area of injury, the stem cells go to work to facilitate healing and repair. Diseased weak cells are replaced with strong healthy cells. Stem cells are also well researched to be anti-inflammatory which is a significant benefit to patients with autoimmune conditions. Soon after a treatment you will experience less pain, more energy and strength. Stem Cells are also anti-microbial which can help those who may have a chronic viral or fungal infection. Even if the doctor or patient isn’t aware of an infection, the auotimmune condition could be resulting from the presence of a certain microbe. Stem Cells cover all the basis when it comes to healing the immune system and repairing the target tissues. To learn how stem cells work, go to our FAQ page
How many treatments will I need?
The number of infustions needed to achieve the desired results depend on how progressed the autoimmune condition is and other medical conditions. For more servere cases or neurological disorders such as Multiple Sclerosis, two or three infusions will be needed. (FDA trials show minimum 600,000 stem cells per lb is needed for IV use).
What Results can I expect?
We combine the stem cell therap with proper nutrition. Results vary patient to patient depending on their overall health, age and lifestyle. Patients report less pain and more energy within a month. Patients also report less dependance on medication for pain control. Avoiding the use of pain medications protects the liver and kidneys in the long run. Once you get moving again, regular exercise will help your overall condition.
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Individual responses vary considerably and depend upon the stage of disease, age, and pre-existing conditions and other individual differences. Individual results vary, and discussion of successful cases is intended to educate about what may be possible and do not indicate that they will be successful in all patients. There are no guarantees that benefits will be obtained, or adverse events will be avoided. The intended use of stem cells on this website is for immune system modulation only.