Erectile dysfunction (ED) can affect your self-confidence, stress and marital relationship if it becomes an ongoing issue. Problems getting or maintaining an erection during intercourse can be a risk factor for heart disease, or a sign that you have a health condition that needs treatment.
Most medical practitioners believed that Erectile dysfunction was simply a psychological issue. Today, new scientific evidence shows that most causes of ED are also the result of diseases like atherosclerosis or diabetes, physical issues like nerve injury or loss of blood flow and the normal aging process.
Pharmacological methods have been used to treat erectile dysfunction - medications such as Viagra and Cialis. Panax ginseng was also used along with surgical interventions such as penile implants and pumps.
Today, Adult (Autologous) Live Cells, or live cells taken derived from your own body is now the new hope for correcting erectile dysfunction.
What is Penile Erection?
Penile erection is a physiological process that involves the expansion and elongation of a paired cylindrical structure called corpora cavernosa that run the length of the penis within a maze of miniscule chambers called sinusoids that are collapsed and occupy a minimal amount of space when the penis is in the flaccid state.
When a man is sexually aroused, blood enters the sinusoids, resulting in their expansion and thus penile erection. When sexual stimulation subsides, blood exits the sinusoids, and the penis returns to the flaccid state. The cycle of sinusoidal expansion and collapse is locally controlled by smooth muscle cells, the cavernous endothelial cells and the cavernous nerves. All for these cells involved in the erection can be damaged by different mechanisms and provoke the dysfunction.
What is Erectile Dysfunction?
Erectile dysfunction (ED), sometimes called impotence, is an inability of the male to attain and/or maintain penile erection sufficient for satisfactory sexual performance. ED directly and negatively impacts the quality of life of the afflicted men and their spouse.
While the majority of cases can be treated with currently available medications or devices, approximately 40% of the overall ED patient population remains unresponsive to treatment. Moreover, regardless of their therapeutic efficacy or inefficacy, all current treatment options treat only the symptoms, not the underlying causes. Most of them need to be taken by or administered to the patient when having an erection which is perceived as necessary.
What Adult Live Cells do to treat ED?
Live cells can be classified according to their differentiation potential into pluripotent and multipotent, where pluripotent signifies the potential to differentiate into all cell types, whereas multipotent, some but not all cell types. Live cells can also be classified according to their source into embryonic and adult. Embryonic Live Cells (ELCs) indicates the inner cell mass of a blastocyst, whereas adult live cells (ALCs), various tissues of a developed or developing individual. ALCs can be further classified into hematopoietic, neural, epithelial, and mesenchymal.
The ALCs have the potential to differentiate into different tissues and replace the damaged cells in the penis that causes ED. ALCs also work to secrete paracrine factors (immunomodulatory factors) that have the potential to stimulate local tissue regeneration, modulate local and systematic inflammatory responses, and mobilize host cells, as repair cells for injured tissues.
Treat ED with Your Own Cells – Adult (Autologous) Live Cells
For a number of years, modern medicine has used medications and surgical methods to correct the problem. Today, breakthrough live cell therapy at SCT Austria offers you a safer, more convenient and cheaper approach. We can treat ED using live cells from your own bone marrow, fat cells, even blood - platelet rich plasma (PRP).
Using SCT Austria’s live cell technique, we use your own use Adult (Autologous) Live Cells or your own living cells - mesenchymal live cells or bone marrow live cells found in high concentrations to regenerate and repair damaged penile tissues.
At SCT Austria only uses our approved and legal point-of-care method. It is safe, with no dangers of adverse reactions since these living cells are taken from your own body. We also guarantee you that before it is reinfused to your body, these live cells are tested and validated.
Most live cell clinics do NOT practice safe live cell treatments as we do at SCT Austria. We believe it is important to follow safe treatment guidelines when performing these live cell procedures.
SCT Austria practices high healthcare standards (sterility) during the process of live cell culturing, extraction and infusion as evidenced by the closed system, modern equipment and facilities used.
During your treatment, we will offer you clear information, to help you understand more clearly what to expect during treatment because we do not intend to make healing promises.
With our method, patients with ED will receive autologous bone marrow-derived live cells that will help the recovery of erectile dysfunction in a short period of time and with a most advanced technology for live cell process.
The therapeutic capacity has been demonstrated across all medical disciplines, all studies reported improved erectile function with live cell transplantation in ED patients or animal models.
Should you decide to have your treatment at SCT Austria, live cell treatment improves erectile function is commonly assessed at 4 weeks after treatment.
You Can Get Affordable Live Cell Treatment at SCT Austria!
The cost for SCT Austria’s Standard Service Package for Live Cell Therapy starts at €14,000/$17,500 whereas the Extended Package is priced at €16,000/$19,500.
Both packages already include the following services for international patients:
Get a consultation with Dr. Georg Kobinia, so you can decide the best live cell treatment option for you and get an exact quote!
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SCT Austria 2015-03-10 Articles/Press Releases