Stem cell therapy is the use of stem cells to treat or prevent a disease or condition.
Stem cells reside within different tissues in the body and may be sourced from bone-marrow or fat derived stem cells. These are known as “mesenchymal stem cells” and they have the ability to develop into different specialised cell types including skin cells, muscle cells and bone cells.
Stem cell therapy involves extracting a tissue sample from your body, isolating the cells from impurities and re-injecting them back into a specific area to instigate tissue regeneration. This process is all conducted under local anaesthetic in an operating theatre.
This therapy can alleviate pain and discomfort for people suffering a variety of conditions including; osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, neuropathic pain, tears or damage to muscles, tendons, ligaments and cartilage, and migraines.
At Olympus Stem Cells, we only use “Adult stem cells” which we separate and process from your own body. We do not use any other person’s tissue.
Our procedure centres are based at Sydney Olympic Park and the North Shore Specialist Day Hospital, St. Leonards, Sydney, Australia.