Stem Cell Therapy in Mexico

Our labratory is licensed by the COFEPRIS and now offers treatments for patients with Neurological Diseases, Heart Disease and Orthopedic Diseases:Medical Tourism Resource Guide offers stem cell therapy for dozens of conditions. We have multiple facilities in Mexico (Tijuana, Guadalajara, etc) for your convenience.

  • Cardiac Stem Cell
  • Cancer Stem Cell
  • COPD Stem Cell
  • MS Stem Cell

Our Practice can treat the following issues:

  • Diabetes Mellitus 1 & 2 (Diabetes Type 2, Diabetes Type 1): Improve your quality of life with stem cell therapy to address the complications of late diabetes.
  • Cardiac Illnesses: Stem cell therapy can improve quality of life for patients suffering from heart and heart-related failures. We’ve seen reduced mortality, and possible reversing damage.
  • Neurological Diseases: Stem cells are showing promising results for patients suffering from a variety of diseases, including diseases associated with aging.
  • Acute Myocardial Infarction: Stem cell therapy gives patients the hope of repairing damaged heart tissue and muscle.
  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD): Stem cell studies suggest that lung tissue regeneration and protection can help improve the lives of COPD sufferers.
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis: Stem cell therapy with mesenchymal cells as been used to treat this and other arthritis conditions.
  • Regenerative Therapy: Look and feel younger with regenerative medicine. Prevent the degeneration of certain organs or internal systems with regenerative therapy.
  • Spinal Illnesses: Stem cell therapy can help alleviate problems of sclerosis, Parkinsons, and other spinal illnesses.
  • CUCI
  • EPOC (Excess post-exercise oxygen consumption)
  • Parkinson’s Disease: Being researched for over 2 decades, stem cell experts believe that Parkinsons suffers can benefit most from stem cell therapy.
  • Multiple and Amyotrophic Sclerosis: There have been several recent news stories showing complete reversal of multiple sclerosis with stem cell therapy. Read more about Multiple Sclerosis Stem Cell Therapy.
  • Venouse Insufficiency
  • Dermal Substitute
  • Lupus Erythematosus
  • Renal Insufficiency

Am I a Candidate for Stem Cell Therapy?

  1. Success Stories18 years or older
  2. Life expectancy of at least 2 years
  3. Intellectual capacity to consent to the treatment
  4. Good candidates demonstrate a good expectation post-treatment

Cristian Diaz Gomez Ulyanov, 32 years old
Illness: Injury cervical 5 and 6.

“With stem cell therapy I’ve felt my condition improve with increased feelings in my legs, as well as increased movement overall.”

Omar Oviedo Oceguera, 21 years old
Illness: Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis

“But any change from I started to use stem cell therapy, for example, every morning I get up I could hardly move, and now I do not.”

Jose Alfredo Garcia Haro, 39 years old
Illness: Diabetes Mellitus Type 2

“It’s amazing what has happened and I highly recommend stem cell therapy, and thanks to her back to lead a normal life.”

Beatriz Garcia Acosta Sweet
Suffering: Rheumatoid arthritis

“I’ve stopped taking painkillers and anti-inflammatory medicines which started to damage my liver thanks to stem cell regenerative therapy.”

Barrenechea Lizet Hernandez
Suffering: Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

“I can do my normal life and not get tired, I can go to the gym and to give up more in a short time. I advise people with an illness like mine to this alternative treatment.”

Additional Resources:

There are a whole host of other resources on stem cell therapies. Here are our recommended readings on various stem cell therapies:

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