Rheumatoid Arthritis is an autoimmune disorder that mostly affects joints but it also affects other organs in more than 15-25% of patients. Most commonly, it affects the wrist and hands, with the same joints typically involved on both sides of the body. The main symptoms include warm, swollen and painful joints.
The goal of classic treatment is to reduce pain, decrease inflammation and improve patient’s overall functioning. This can be helped by balancing rest and exercise, use of splints and braces or use of assistive devices.
Recent research has proven that Stem cell therapy can help in improving patient’s condition and quality of life.
Stem cells are undifferentiated cells that have almost unlimited potential to reproduce and form new cells. The classical definition of a stem cell is that it has two properties:
- Self-renewal – it can go through numerous cycles of division and still maintain the undifferentiated state
- Potency – it can become any type of specialized cell in the body
Cellular regeneration “corrects”, “restores” or “replace” the damaged or aged body and tissues cells, or those who are not working properly.
It is most important, before deciding to have a Stem cell treatment, that you verify the clinic: it needs to have all Medical Licenses issued by the Ministry of Health and COFEPRIS (Federal Commission For the Protection Against Sanitary Risks).
Stem cell therapy is an Integrative Regenerative Medicine treatment – provides significant improvement in patient’s quality of life and has healing effects in diseases for which there are no viable alternatives.
Having more than 15 years of experience in Stem cell research field and more than 10 years of experience in treating patients with different conditions, our clinic has seen a high rate of success in Rheumatoid Arthritis cases to which the Stem Cell therapy was applied.
In cases of Rheumatoid Arthritis, our approach consists in 10 days of treatment:
-1st day – arrival at the clinic
-2nd to 9th day - IV applications of stem cells
-10th day – return home
We need to mention that Rheumatoid Arthritis is a very difficult disease and you might need up to three cycles of treatment in order to see results. We can make the final decision after assessing the medical documents for each patient.
Want to know more? We will be glad to answer all your questions, just contact us.