There is hope for a diabetes treatment that helps patients live a more normal life. The advanced stem cell therapy offered at Alive Stem Cells is not available in the US, and has helped many patients with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes become less dependent on injections, monitors, and pumps.
Is Stem Cell Therapy Effective for Diabetes?
Stem cell therapy is used to halt, normalize and even reverse autoimmune disorders like diabetes. Our advanced stem cell protocol infuses the body with millions of stem cells intravenously, helping to stop the immune system’s aggression against the beta cells that create insulin, restore the pancreas to healthy function, and repair the damage done to the body from insulin resistance.
In the United States, one of the most commonly prescribed treatments is an intense regimen of prescription drugs to suppress the patient’s immune system to prepare them for a beta cell transplant and lower the chance of rejection. This can be quite rough on their system, and it takes 2-3 donors for every single healthy beta cell transplant, so it’s rather rare.
Compare that to stem cell therapy for diabetes, where it is a natural, non-invasive procedure that can saturate the patient with hundreds of millions of readily available, activated mesenchymal stem cells that work in many ways all at once:
- Stem cells can differentiate into new, healthy beta cells that are more effective at releasing insulin that the body may be able to absorb
- Growth factors and peptides present in the infusion can stimulate the growth of new healthy beta cells
- Stem cells and cytokines can go to the site of damaged tissue and repair it at a cellular level
By providing the patient’s body with what it needs to heal itself (stem cells, peptides, cytokines, and other growth factors), the damage that has been done to cells and tissue can be repaired. This therapy has been shown to be beneficial to patients with both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes.
To learn more about stem cell therapy for diabetes in Mexico, Texas, El Paso or any nearby area, call us today at (915) 730-0905 to schedule a free consultation.