By Dr. Reba Eagles
For many years, adult stem cells have been used therapeutically for treating certain cancers as well as rare blood diseases. Stem cell therapy has been acknowledged in medical history across the world as a big discovery in natural healing and has been used in many different conditions of compromised health.
When treating structural conditions, for example, joint pain or soft tissue injury, the stem cells are first injected into the patient’s injured area. They then metamorphosize 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, or other kinds 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 growth.
A huge number of cells injected into the patient’s body will help in healing the injuries at an accelerated pace. This can be achieved best by using perinatal stem cells. These cells are obtained from tissue present at birth but are in no way associated with an unborn embryo or fetus, as embryonic stem cells are not legal to be used in the United States. The placenta and the umbilical cord have stem cells that reproduce at a rate that far exceeds that of an adult. Newborn stem cells reproduce every 24 hours. That means in 30 days, one stem cell can become a billion stem cells. A stem cell from a 65-year-old adult reproduces every 60 hours. In 30 days, this will result in only 200 cells. For this reason, we have found perinatal stem cell therapy to be the most effective for symptom relief and repair of damaged tissue.
The condition most often treated with stem cell therapy is joint pain. The success we have seen is, often, life changing. A 67-year old man had severe hip pain. This was preventing him from experiencing his joy, which is hiking. X-rays revealed he had moderate arthritis in his right hip. Acupuncture had helped with pain but failed to stop the progression of the disease. Perinatal stem cell therapy was administered with a low inflammation diet and acupuncture treatments as part of his post care. Within 1 month, his pain was decreased by 60%. By 3 months his pain was decreased by over 85% and he is already able to walk at least 5 miles at a time.
Another patient had chronic neck and knee pain as a result of old injuries including a meniscus tear and arthritis had developed in these joints. At 4 months his neck pain was 90% improved with only a slight twinge of pain now and then. His right knee was 80% improved and left was 60% improved. He also lost 35 lbs. in 3 months as a result of the therapy and ongoing post care treatments. While he was facing possible early retirement from the pain and reduced ability to perform his job duties, he is now enjoying renewed abilities in his work life.
Consider this: one in one hundred people will readmit to hospital with a severe, and sometimes life-threatening infection. One in four hundred will die from complications associated with the surgical procedure itself. And general anesthesia can disqualify many people from being able to have surgery because of existing health issues such as high blood pressure, existing heart, kidney or lung disease, diabetes or obesity. When truly pondering the facts, it is worth considering this safe and effective alternative.
With no long hospital stays and a low need for physical therapy or rehab, this treatment has given many people back the life they lost due to symptoms and pain.