Global Alliance of Regenerative Medicine USA                               

"Using Your Own Cells To Heal"

Services

Cellular Therapeutic Services Available

Neurologic Disorders

MS, Alzheimer's', Parkinson's, ALS,

TBI, Stroke, Demylinating Diseases

RSD, Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue


COPD - Asthma

Chronic Lung Diseases, Asthma, Autoimmune Disorders, Fibrotic Lung Disease

Pain - Musculoskeletal, Bowel Disorders

Low Back Pain; Arthritis, Inflammatory Bowel Diseases, Crohn's Disease, Ulcerative Colitis

Treatment of Traumatic Brain Injury & Post-Concussion Syndrome?

Concussions and traumatic brain injuries (TBI) are one of the most common group of brain and neurologic diseases affecting people today. It is commonly a result of repetitive blows to the head, as occurs in many contact sports. More severe injuries are often grouped into those seriously injured and have retained impairments from thinking issues, to loss of function. In the past, many of the more severe group are relegated to varying levels of care facilities, often not able to care for themselves.

As contact sports are more vigilant to protection, treatment of many concussive injuries are still a major concern in Medicine. The issues of dementia, early onset Parkinson’s or Alzheimer’s, and early disabilities are becoming more recognized as being associated with such issues. Since there is no traditional therapies other than medication and physical therapies, many have begun to explore the use of adult stem & stromal cells provided in the form of an IV appear as an option to better repair the damage sustained to the nerves and brain.

Even with improved surveillance and prevention, it is nearly impossible to prevent the occurrence of head injuries and reversible head injuries (concussions). An issue is that many of the lesser injuries seem to become a compound problem, with some damage at each incidence. Many times the body is able to successfully repair one or two such traumas, but the factors determining the risk of long-term damage is not well established. Some are now studying the patient population following use of cell-based therapies as a potential improvement or preventative of causing debilitating and care intensive issues in the future.

Stem & Stromal Cell Therapy for Concussion & TBI

Cellular therapy utilizing you own cells is becoming new alternative treatment to help manage the potential long-term damage and resultant neurologic symptoms of head injuries. Technology permitting safe and easy extraction for under skin fat deposit, consistent isolation/concentration and permit redeployment to you via intravenous (IV) line. The stem & stromal cells harvested from the same patient have the potential to influence inflammation, encourage nerve and supportive brain tissue healing, lessen irritations and potentially replace countless cells of the brain and nervous system. The group of undifferentiated (root group capable of becoming different types) cells heal the body by replacing ones damaged or diseased, potentially regenerating and repairing cells, while suppressing some the immune and inflammatory systems injury a cell group (called “macrophage”) whose response is to remove (engulf and digest) debris and the dying cells of the lungs.

Recent research in the advancement of adult stem cell therapy has shown that restoration of damaged cells through this treatment is possible. This breakthrough in regenerative medicine shines a light of hope on those battling this group of life limiting degenerative disease. Improvements have been reported in the following symptoms after treatment:

  • Reduction of “brain fog” common in head injury patients
  • Improvement in short and long term memory
  • Improvement of concentration abilities
  • Increased energy
  • Increase in the ability to walk alone
  • Increase in the ability to perform daily tasks
  • Reduction of reliance on caregivers
  • Improvements in sleep patterns
  • Enhanced mood

TBI and recurrent concussive damage can often achieve clinically significant improvements in function, as well as the potentially debilitating degenerative brain and nervous system disorders associated over the individual’s long-term health and well-being. Autologous (your own) Cell therapy is being a more recognized treatment designed to help the body’s natural repair kit work more effectively. Damage to the brain and nervous system may not be able to fully reverse some of the damage, many are seeing improved function and quality of life. However, this treatment is encouraging for partial repair and the potential to help manage your symptoms while helping reduce the effects of further damage. Our Board Certified physicians are confident that adult stem & stromal cellular therapy has measurable results, less dependence on medications or constant care), improved quality of life and possible reduction in aging changes which impact many patients in the long-term disorder development.

Contact us today and let GARM-USA provide a professional and caring experience, accompanied by one of our Care Coordinators to ensure you have the best experience possible. We work with your primary treating physicians to help track progress in many of these cases.

Treatment In Chronic Lung Diseases & COPD?

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is one of the most common group of lung diseases affecting people today. COPD refers to a group of lung conditions that make it difficult to breathe by interference with the airflow in and out of the lungs, and include emphysema, chronic bronchitis, and chronic asthma.

Emphysema involves the gradual destruction of the tissues surrounding the tiny chambers, (called alveoli), which is where oxygen exchange for carbon dioxide within the lungs. In a patient with emphysema, the air sacs enlarge and lose their elasticity. This effectively slows the rate of oxygen exchange, transferred from each breath and can make exhalation a laborious process. Chronic bronchitis causes inflammation to occur in the bronchial tubes where air passes through. This irritation causes mucus to form, progressively making breathing a more difficult task. Those with chronic bronchitis may experience a persistent cough, trouble breathing, and increase in mucus production. While chronic asthma is not generally thought of as being associated with COPD, the severe effects of the disease could progressively lead to COPD. Recent studies have shown a correlation between the severity and persistence of childhood asthma and adult COPD. Each of these conditions results in the chronic obstruction of airflow in and out of the lungs.

Today there are a number of treatments for COPD including use of medications including bronchodilators, steroids, antibiotics, supplemental oxygen, vaccinations, new medications, surgeries, and transplants that limit the damage and relieve symptoms. Traditional efforts may be of help, but there is currently no cure for the illnesses. Research is still being conducted to determine the causes of COPD, but the two leading are smoking and pollutants. The continuous irritation to the lungs from this chronic condition is both progressive and irreversible.

Stem/Stromal Cell Therapy for COPD

Cellular therapy utilizing you own cells is becoming new alternative treatment to help manage the symptoms of COPD. Technology permitting safe and easy extraction for under skin fat deposit, consistent isolation/concentration and permit redeployment to you via intravenous (IV) line. The stem/stromal cells harvested from a patient have the potential to influence inflammation, allergic irritations and potentially replace countless cells of the body, including lung tissue. The group of undifferentiated (root group capable of becoming different types) cells heal the body by replacing ones damaged or diseased, potentially regenerating and repairing cells, while suppressing some the immune and inflammatory systems injury a cell group (called “macrophage”) whose response is to remove (engulf and digest) debris and the dying cells of the lungs.

Recent research in the advancement of adult stem cell therapy has shown that restoration of damaged cells through this treatment is possible. This breakthrough in regenerative medicine shines a light of hope on those battling this group of life limiting degenerative disease. Improvements have been reported in the following symptoms after treatment:

  • Reduction of dyspnea (difficult or labored breathing)
  • Increased energy
  • Increase in the ability to walk alone
  • Increase in the ability to perform daily tasks
  • Reduction of reliance on supplemental oxygen
  • Improvements in sleep patterns
  • Enhanced mood

COPD, potentially, does not have to be as debilitating as is now the current norm. Autologous (your own) Cell therapy is being a more recognized treatment designed to help the body’s natural repair kit work more effectively. Damage to the lungs from COPD is not felt to be fully reversed, however, this treatment is encouraging for partial repair and the potential to help manage your symptoms while helping reduce the effects of further damage. Our Board Certified physicians are confident that adult stem/stromal therapy has measurable results (lung function tests and less dependence on medications or oxygen), and the potential to change the lives of those battling COPD.

Contact us today and let GARM-USA provide a professional and caring experience, accompanied by one of our Care Coordinators to ensure you have the best experience possible. We work with your primary treating physicians to help track progress in many of these cases.

Treatment of Multiple Sclerosis (MS)?

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a degenerative disease in which the central nervous system (CNS) is attacked by one’s own immune system. Neurons in the brain are lined with a fatty, protective tissue called the myelin sheath that surrounds each nerve fiber. These protective tissues are attacked by an abnormal immune response causing inflammation and exposure of nerve fibers. This exposure causes a disoriented signal flow between nerve cells and the brain resulting in loss of motor skills, coordination and cognitive abilities.

Multiple Sclerosis can be a challenging disease to treat since the progression and severity of symptoms affect each patient uniquely. Some symptoms of MS can include abnormal sensations in extremities, decreased tactility in hands, fatigue, loss of balance, and muscle aches. Individuals with more severe symptoms may experience bladder problems, difficulty walking, dizziness, muscle spasms and loss of vision. The array of symptoms associated with MS generally appears in episodic periods of worsening, also referred to as flare-ups, and can cause progressive deterioration of neurological functions. An example of this neurological damage can be seen in what patients consider as brain fog, moments of confusion or an inability to concentrate on specified tasks.

How is MS Treated Today?

MS research has resulted in two treatment methods; the first method is preventing the abnormal response of one’s immune system. The second method is replenishing the myelin sheath cells protecting the nerve fibers. Medications designed today follow the first method in delaying the abnormal immune response. Traditionally, there was a lack of treatment options for the second method. However, with new research and breakthrough technology, physicians of regenerative medicine have produced a treatment to replace the cells damaged by this disease. Autologous stem cell therapy is a regenerative treatment designed to use the patient’s own adult stem cells to repair and replace diseased tissue in the body. Past treatments have shown that adult stem cells not only have the potential to regenerate lost or damaged myelin sheath tissues, but also have the ability to modulate the immune system, temporarily disabling the abnormal attack.

Stem/Stromal Cell Treatment for Multiple Sclerosis

Autologous (your own cells) adipose (fat tissue) may be safely and easily taken from your abdomen, flanks, or upper thigh (female) via a small, closed syringe system. This is a process of harvesting stem/stromal cells from their most abundant source, adipose (fat) tissue, activating them through an enrichment process, and re-introducing them into one’s own body. Stem/stromal cells, by nature target areas of the body following inflammatory signals (where treatment is most needed) and begin the necessary repair. This advancement in using adult stem/stromal cell therapy assists the body to regenerate missing or diseased tissue that would not ordinarily be regrown.

Adult adipose stem/stromal cell therapy provides an advanced treatment that helps fight against the degenerative disease. Relief using GARM-USA cellularl therapy can be achieved in a variety of symptoms associated with this condition:

  • Reduction or elimination of muscle pains and spasms
  • Reduction or elimination of numbness and tingling sensations
  • Improved concentration
  • Improved coordination
  • Increased energy
  • Slight improvements in vision loss
  • Improved balance and movement
  • Reduction or elimination of headaches
  • Improved tactility (sense of touch)
  • Improved bladder function

While there is currently no cure for multiple sclerosis, our Board Certified physicians use your own adult stem/stromal cell therapy to provide an alternative for those who don’t respond to typical drug treatment, cannot tolerate the medicine’s side effects, or when traditional procedures have shown less than optimal outcomes. Autologous stem/stromal cell therapy may assist in the reversal of challenging symptoms and damage associated with MS. Whether you have recently been diagnosed or battling this disease for years, know that MS does not have to control your life. With the latest techniques to isolate the desired cell group used in GARM-USA adult cell therapy, your rebuilding process can begin.

Contact today and let us provide a worry free experience accompanied by one of our experienced Care Coordinators to ensure you have the best experience possible.