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Stem Cell Therapy Brings Hope for Patients with Arthritis, Autoimmune, or Joint or Nerve pain

Stem cell therapy has been acknowledged in medical history across the world as a big discovery in natural healing. The stem cells are first injected into the patient’s injured area. They then transform into different cells, which often depends upon the instructions provided by the human body. This allows the stem cells to become tissue cells, bone cells, nerve cells, or other cells that are needed in that area. This ability to become whatever cells are necessary in the affected area is what medical practitioners believe is so unique about stem cell therapy. A large number of cells injected into the patient’s body will help in healing the injuries at an accelerated pace. Studies show that the best results achieved with stem cell therapy are seen in neuropathy, joint pain, and osteoarthritis.


"It changed my life." -Frank, Vancouver, WA

"My pain level diminished by 75 to 80%." -Steven, Portland, Oregon

"The pain was very sharp in my knee and it would take my breath away. Within two weeks (after the procedure) my knees feel pretty good. I could have went back to straight to work after the (stem cells) injection." -Kimberly, Portland, Oregon

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"I had chronic back pain... it got to the point that I could not put my shoes on. Five years ago, my hips started hurting and my doctor told me I'll need a hip replacement surgery." -Blue, Portland, Oregon

"We were struggling with long term diabetes type 2... and cognitive impairment. Within a few weeks, my friends noticed a change. Now... my diabetes is so under control. I'm grateful. my self control is back." 

-Dr. Janice Humphrey, Vancouver, Washington

"It was related to Multiple Sclerosis. It was too painful to do anything and my muscles were weak. I am now walking heel to toe without pain." 

-Robin, Vancouver, Washington

"I had 4 degenerative discs... with arthritis and stenosis. They (doctors) wanted to fuse my spine from my stomach. My feet were hurting so much that I could hardly walk. 

Now... my leg pain is mostly gone. This is the most relief I got in 20 years."

-Ryan, Portland, Oregon

It is time for you to live the life you deserve, free of pain, happy, and enjoying your hobbies and family. 


If you have been suffering from pain,

it's time for a change.  

Published Studies:
A review and analysis of 659 studies on stem cell therapy for knee pain
Iijima H, Isho T, Kuroki H, Takahashi M, Aoyama T. Effectiveness of mesenchymal stem cells for treating patients with knee osteoarthritis: a meta-analysis toward the establishment of effective regenerative rehabilitation. NPJ Regen Med. 2018;3:15. Published 2018 Sep 17. doi:10.1038/s41536-018-0041-8

Improvement in the quality of the cartilage in the knee after stem cell therapy
Orozco L, Munar A, Soler R, Alberca M, Soler F, Huguet M, Sentís J, Sánchez A, García-Sancho J. Treatment of knee osteoarthritis with autologous mesenchymal stem cells: a pilot study. Transplantation. 2013 Jun 27;95(12):1535-41. doi: 10.1097/TP.0b013e318291a2da. 

Review of 18 clinical trials with 565 patients with Osteoarthritis of the hip
Cui, G.-H., Wang, Y. Y., Li, C.-J., Shi, C.-H., & Wang, W.-S. (2016). Efficacy of mesenchymal stem cells in treating patients with osteoarthritis of the knee: A meta-analysis. Experimental and Therapeutic Medicine, 12(5), 3390–3400.

Stem Cells and Osteoarthritis
Yubo, M., Yanyan, L., Li, L., Tao, S., Bo, L., & Lin, C. (2017). Clinical efficacy and safety of mesenchymal stem cell transplantation for osteoarthritis treatment: A meta-analysis. Plos One, 12(4). doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0175449. Retrieved from
Stem Cells and Rheumatic Diseases (review study)
Franceschetti, T., & De Bari, C. (2017). The potential role of adult stem cells in the management of the rheumatic diseases. Therapeutic advances in musculoskeletal disease, 9(7), 165-179. Retrieved from
Stem Cells and Back Disc Disease (meta analysis of animal and human studies)
Oehme, D., Goldschlager, T., Ghosh, P., Rosenfeld, J. V., & Jenkin, G. (2015). Cell-Based Therapies Used to Treat Lumbar Degenerative Disc Disease: A Systematic Review of Animal Studies and Human Clinical Trials. Stem cells international, 2015, 946031. Retrieved from
Stem Cells and Diabetes Neuropathy
Human Study: Vickers, E. R., Karsten, E., Flood, J., & Lilischkis, R. (2014). A preliminary report on stem cell therapy for neuropathic pain in humans. Journal of pain research, 7, 255–263. doi:10.2147/JPR.S63361
Animal Study: Brini, A. T., Amodeo, G., Ferreira, L. M., Milani, A., Niada, S., Moschetti, G., Franchi, S., Borsani, E., Rodella, L. F., Panerai, A. E., … Sacerdote, P. (2017). Therapeutic effect of human adipose-derived stem cells and their secretome in experimental diabetic pain. Scientific reports, 7(1), 9904. doi:10.1038/s41598-017-09487-5. Retrieved from
Stem Cells for Alzheimer's Disease
Tang, J. (2012). How close is the stem cell cure to the Alzheimer’s disease: Future and beyond? Neural Regeneration Research, 7(1), 66–71.
Stem Cells for Type 2 Diabetes
Hu, J., Wang, Y., Gong, H., Yu, C., Guo, C., Wang, F., … Xu, H. (2016). Long term effect and safety of Wharton's jelly-derived mesenchymal stem cells on type 2 diabetes. Experimental and therapeutic medicine, 12(3), 1857–1866. doi:10.3892/etm.2016.3544

Stem Cells Ameliorate Aging Frailty (Anti-Aging Study)
Tompkins, B. A., DiFede, D. L., Khan, A., Landin, A. M., Schulman, I. H., Pujol, M. V., … Hare, J. M. (2017). Allogeneic Mesenchymal Stem Cells Ameliorate Aging Frailty: A Phase II Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Clinical Trial. The journals of gerontology. Series A, Biological sciences and medical sciences, 72(11), 1513–1522. doi:10.1093/gerona/glx137