What is Cell Therapy?
LifeWorks has recently introduced cell therapy, a protocol which can help in rejuvenating and restoring function to aging tissue and poorly functioning organs. This type of cell therapy uses specific organ or tissue cells (heart, liver, adrenal, etc) from embryonic animals since most animal cells are very similar to human cells.
The theory behind this type of cell therapy is that healthy animal cells taken from one of the animal’s organs e.g. the liver, will find their way to the weak or damaged liver of the patient and this will stimulate the body’s own healing process.
This theory of cell therapy is nothing new. As long ago as the 16thcentury, the physician Paracelsus believed that the best way to treat illness was to use living tissue to rebuild and revitalize ailing or aging tissue, saying “heart heals heart, liver heals liver, like cures like”.
Cell therapy as we know it today was developed by Swiss physician Paul Niehans, MD, in 1931. During a medical emergency, Dr. Niehans injected a solution containing ground-up parathyroid cells from a calf into a patient who had damaged parathyroid glands. The patient recovered, and Dr. Niehans attributed the improvement to the injection. He went on to apply the idea of animal-to-human cellular transfer to other diseases.
Cell therapy is widely accepted in Europe and many doctors who administer it believe that it acts like an organ transplant, making old cells younger. Some organs are difficult to transplant, such as the liver and heart, while others are impossible to transplant, such as the brain. Also, with organ transplants there is always a risk the body will reject the new organ but this is very unlikely to happen with new cells. For this reason, cell therapy can be effectively used to treat many conditions and to aid in general rejuvenation of cells.
What is Involved with Cell Therapy?
At LifeWorks, patients are evaluated based on the symptoms they present with, combined with functional and lab testing. If the results indicate a weakness in, or disease of, an organ then cell therapy may be included in their protocol. Other times, patients generally just want to feel good again, especially those aged 50 plus. They may want to increase their stamina and energy and to decrease their aches, pains and fatigue.
The great thing about cell therapy is that it helps almost every condition or situation to improve. The LifeWorks practitioner will select the cell therapy formula which will benefit the patient the most and the patient will take this in liquid form, sublingually (orally) over a number of weeks.
What are the Benefits of Cell Therapy?
Cell therapy has two major benefits. The first is in anti-aging, since cell therapy can make people look and feel considerably younger, especially those in their senior years. The second benefit of cell therapy is “targeted therapy” and improves the health and function of specific organs. Many conditions can benefit from cell therapy including:
- Growth and development abnormalities
- Recurring miscarriage
- High or low blood pressure
- Heart and circulatory weakness
- Menopausal symptoms
- Prostate enlargement
- Memory loss
Where to Find Cell Therapy
Lifeworks Wellness Center is long recognized as one of the foremost natural health clinics in the US. At our Tampa Bay, Florida alternative medicine office we offer cell therapy and many of our patients are benefitting from it. Our patients fly in from all over the world because they simply can’t find clinics offering cell therapy where they live.
We have helped many patients regain their health and we would love to help you, too. To become a patient, or for more information, feel free to call our New Patient Coordinator at (727) 466-6789 or simply submit an online web form with your request.
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