Unlock Your Body’s Natural Healing Potential with Stem Cell Therapy at Rewind Anti-Aging

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Discover a new level of wellness with stem cell therapy

Stem cell therapy, a new and exciting form of regenerative medicine, has been making waves in the medical field for its potential to treat a range of health problems. From repairing damaged cells during chemotherapy to joint issues and viruses like COVID-19, stem cell therapy has emerged as a promising solution for those seeking non-invasive and effective treatments.

As we age, the quality and number of our cells decrease, which can lead to difficulty in healing and regeneration. However, products derived from birth tissues have been found to be the most effective, as they contain components at day one strength.

Unlock the healing potential of stem cells for a healthier you

What is stem cell therapy and how does it work?

Stem cell therapy is a form of regenerative medicine that promotes the repair response of injured tissue using stem cells or their derivatives. Unlike traditional organ transplants, which rely on donor organs that are limited in supply, stem cell therapy uses cells that are grown and manipulated in a lab to specialize in specific types of cells. These specialized cells can then be implanted into a patient to repair or replace damaged tissue.

How are the stem cells used by Rewind superior to other stem cell products?

Rewind uses cells that are highly rich in MSC’s, where more than 20% of the total cell population are

MSC’s have been proposed to be renamed as Medicinal Signaling Cells by its discoverer Dr. Arnold Caplan. These cells are located throughout the body, hovering around blood vessels and communicating with local stem cells, serving as the orchestrators of regeneration.

Countless research studies have been conducted, which demonstrated the beneficial effects of MSC’s in a multitude of illnesses.

Mesenchymal Stem Cells, a.k.a MSC’s

Exert paracrine effects: induce changes in nearby cells by secreting cytokines/growth factors, to promote cellular proliferation, differentiation & angiogenesis (making new blood vessels).

🧬 Have powerful anti-inflammatory effects
🧬 Have immune-modulating effect – able to modify and regulate the immune system, such as in autoimmune disorders

🧬 Have anti-microbial properties, helpful in fighting acute, chronic or systemic infections, and have been shown to be effective against protozoa (as in Lyme’s disease)

🧬 Have anti-apoptotic properties – can rescue injured cells (due to trauma, hypoxia, chemical/mechanical damage, radiation, etc.) from programmed cell death

How does regenerative medicine help Rewind Anti-Aging patients?

Is pre-mixed flowable birth tissue matrix, containing cellular material, collagens, growth factors, and other key biologic components. They are all intended for homologous use for the repair, replacement, reconstruction, or augmentation of human tissue.

The birth tissue ECM contains Collagens I, III, IV, V, VI, VII, and fibrous proteins, providing a structural scaffold supporting cellular migration. Fibronectin, integrins, laminins, and hyaluronons also play a key role in proliferation, differentiation, and adherence to the scaffold.

Application of birth tissue products has been shown to reduce bacteria counts in the wound demonstrated against a wide range of bacteria.

Growth factors contained in the birth tissue ECM, including PDGF, VEGF, EGF, FGF, and TGF-B, support cell proliferation and migration across the defect. This combination of proteins works with the body’s own cells to modulate correct tissue reconstruction rather than scar tissue. Cellular components, especially MSCs, further deliver targeted signals to promote tissue repair.

Birth tissue products have been shown to reduce inflammation, fibrous tissue growth, and potential scar tissue formation.

Birth tissue-derived stem cell products are ‘immune-privileged,’ possessing little or no risk of foreign body reaction, which can lead to fibrosis and graft failure.

How does stem cell therapy work?

Stem cell therapy works by utilizing the self-renewal, immunomodulatory, anti-inflammatory, signaling, and differentiation properties of stem cells to influence positive change within the body. Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) also can self-renew by dividing and developing into multiple specialized cell types present in a specific tissue or organ.

Mesenchymal stem cells are adult stem cells, meaning they present no ethical concerns, MSCs are not sourced from embryonic material.

Stem cell therapy remains a promising field of medicine with the potential to revolutionize the way we approach treating a range of health problems. With ongoing research and innovation, it’s exciting to imagine what the future of stem cell therapy holds.


How is stem cell therapy utilized?

Adult stem cell therapy may be able to treat orthopedic, inflammatory, autoimmune, and neurological conditions, with studies conducted on use for Crohn’s Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Lupus, COPD, Parkinson’s, ALS, Stroke recovery, and more.

Stem cells do not necessarily provide a cure for these conditions. The premise is allowing the body to heal itself well enough to mitigate the symptoms of the conditions for long periods. In many cases, this allows for a substantial increase in quality of life of patients.

Will the body reject stem cells?

Cord-tissue-derived mesenchymal stem cells do not have any risk of rejection within the body. They are youthful, immune-privileged, undifferentiated cells that have no rejection in the body because they have yet to be “claimed.”

There are no blood products associated with them either, removing the need for a donor match; they are universally accepted. These cells seek out inflammation in the body and begin to heal the damaged tissue. Mesenchymal cord tissue-derived stem cells have been administered thousands of times at clinics around the world without instances of rejection (graft vs. host disease).

How successful is stem cell therapy?

Stem cell therapy is a relatively new and rapidly developing field. The success rates of stem cell therapy can vary depending on the type of treatment, the disease or condition being treated, and the stage of the disease. In general, stem cell therapy is considered a safe and effective treatment option for many conditions, and many clinical trials have shown promising results.

How long does stem cell therapy last?

The duration of stem cell therapy improvements can vary depending on the type of treatment, the disease or condition being treated, and the stage of the disease. Some studies have shown that the effects of stem cell therapy can last for several years or even indefinitely, while other studies have shown that the results may be more short-lived.

Additionally, some types of stem cell therapy may require multiple treatments for optimal results. It’s important to note that stem cell therapy is a complex field, and the duration of effects can vary considerably from patient to patient.

How are stem cells administered?

Stem cells can be administered in a variety of fashions; IV Stem Cell Therapy (intravenous administration), Intrathecal (directly into the spinal canal), and stem cell injections into problem areas (knee, hips, hands, etc.). Stem cell research has found that the method of administration can have different effects on a patient and should be thoroughly considered before selecting a route.

How many MSCs does a client require?

If the therapy is used for IV purposes the dose calculation is 1cc for every 60 lbs of body weight. There are other factors involved that can increase the number of cells needed. These include age, health conditions, and health goals.
Exosomes are used when there has been a TBI or if there is dramatic inflammation.

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