Over the past decade, medicine has taken some great leaps forward in treating many serious health disorders. However, where once mainstream healthcare could offer only three types of treatments—medications, surgery, and or radiation—there now has emerged a fourth approach. It is called stem cell therapy. It is an approach that spares patients having any potential side effects, long recovery times, and/or associated pain. Stem cell therapy is a treatment that effectively allows the body to heal itself. And while this may sound too good to be true, the emerging scientific evidence shows it to work—and work well. What You Must Know About Stem Cell Therapy is a clearly written and comprehensive guide that explains how this remarkable new treatment actually works, and what specific ailments it can be used to treat.
We are all born with stem cells. These are the fundamental building block cells that go on to turn into all the other specialized cells in our bodies—skin, muscles, bones, blood, and all of our organs. By utilizing the right stem cells, the body has the ability to repair its damaged or weakened parts. While initially controversial, researchers have been able to cull stems from non-controversial sources. The book covers the history of this therapy and provides the reader with a closer look at some of the most important stem cell breakthroughs for heart disease, COPD, autoimmune disorders, nerve damage, osteoarthritis, body part replacements, and more.
The march forward of traditional medicine too often moves at a relatively slow pace—but it does not have to remain that way. By knowing the facts and making the appropriate choices for yourself and your loved ones, you can take a step into the future—now. What You Must Know About Stem Cell Therapy can be your guide to a healthier you.
Dr. Leslie Mesen, MD. PhD, received his degree in Medicine and Surgery from the University of Ibero-America and his Fellowship in Emergency Medicine at the University of Miami. Dr. Mesen is the founder and Chief Medical Officer of the Stem Cells Transplant Institute in San José, Costa Rica. He is also the co-founder and Chief Medical Officer of the Anti-Aging and Wellness Clinic with locations in the Bahamas, Costa Rica, Mexico, and Panama. Established in 2016, the clinic specializes in the treatment of human diseases using autologous, adipose-derived, mesenchymal stem cells.
Elaine Fogel Schneider, PhD, is a certified instructor of infant massage. A faculty member of California State University, Dr. Schneider also founded Baby Steps, a family-focused early intervention program, and Community Therapies, which works with infants, toddlers, and children with developmental disabilities.