Stemwell Treatments

Stem Cell Therapies & Treatments

Stemwell’s scientific partners and doctors have successfully treated everything within safety and efficacy, from sports & orthopedic injuries to anti-aging & rejuvenation therapies. Our individualized approach to treatment aims to address the root causes of your discomfort.



How is Stem Cell Therapy done?

A Revolutionary Stem Cell procedure tailored to you

At Stemwell, all our focus is on the patient and on the patient’s specific needs. That is why we will customize a stem cell treatment plan based on an assessment of imaging studies and the patient’s medical and surgical history. These therapies are minimally invasive, same-day outpatient procedures. 

We utilize Stem Cells derived from Wharton’s jelly in the umbilical cord (not to be confused with SCs from embryos), cells derived from fat (adipose tissue) and patient derived Plasma Rich Platelets.

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What Are Stem Cells

There are many different types of stem cells. ​

Stem cells are the foundation cells for every organ, tissue and cell in the body. These cells, which have the ability to self-renew (meaning that they can divide and give rise to more stem cells), begin as undifferentiated or “blank” cells that have not yet become fully specialized. Under the proper conditions, stem cells begin to develop into specialized tissue and, finally, into organs. 

Types of Stem Cells

What is the difference between autologous and allogeneic cells?

Auto: the Latin word for self. The patient is their own donor in autologous transplants because the stem cells come from the same person who will receive the transplant. Allogeneic is short for other. In allogeneic transplants, stem cells from a donor—either a matched related or unrelated donor—instead of the patient are used.

Why Stem Cells

What do Stem Cells do?​

Stem Cells have the ability to:

  • Accelerate regeneration and repair of tissue (such as bone and cartilage)
  • Decrease inflammation
  • Regulate abnormal immune responses
  • Prevent premature cell death
  • Regulate blood vessel growth
  • Reduce scarring tissue
    (such as that which forms after a heart attack or orthopedic surgery)