Stem cell treatment is a fascinating field of medicine that holds tremendous promise for the future. Yet, it remains relatively unfamiliar to many, and I understand why. Not every doctor out there has had the opportunity to witness the wonders of stem cell therapy, which can lead to apprehension or skepticism when the topic is raised. If you were to ask your general practitioner about stem cell treatment, they may express concern or caution due to the limited exposure many doctors have had in this area.
But let me assure you, stem cell therapy is a game-changer. The science behind it is awe-inspiring, and the results we've witnessed at our clinic have been nothing short of miraculous. Stem cells possess an incredible ability to transform into various types of cells within the body, making them a powerful tool for healing and regeneration.
In our clinic, we have used stem cell therapy to treat a diverse range of conditions. From joint pain and orthopedic injuries to chronic wounds and degenerative diseases, the results have been remarkable. Watching our patients regain their mobility, find relief from pain, and experience improved quality of life has been a privilege beyond words.
Of course, I understand the hesitation and questions that may arise when considering stem cell treatment. It's a cutting-edge field, and the unfamiliar can be intimidating. However, I want to assure you that stem cell therapy is well-researched and safe when performed by experienced professionals.
Not many doctors in the world have been fortunate enough to witness and engage in this miraculous treatment so far. As a result, if you were to discuss your plans for stem cell treatment with your general practitioner (GP), they might express concern, simply because most doctors worldwide have not had the opportunity to gain experience with effective stem cell treatments. It's natural for people to worry about things they are unfamiliar with and have questions about
What are stem cells?
Stem cells are natural healers that we all possess since birth. Just imagine if you were to get a cut. Your body doesn't need any instructions to fix and heal it. It does so by utilizing the power of stem cells. After an injury, local stem cells in the vicinity and those present in the bloodstream migrate to the injured area through a process called homing. They then begin their work of cell replication and repair, allowing your skin to progress through different stages of wound healing and eventually return to its normal state. This exemplifies the incredible function of stem cells.
Throughout our bodies, cell death and injury occur constantly. Stem cells act as diligent soldiers, serving us without any recognition, and eventually perishing in their service. They silently carry out their best work to ensure the overall functioning of our bodies. For instance, when we engage in sports and accidentally injure the cartilage of our knee, stem cells arrive to repair the damage. If we consume excessive amounts of salmon and accumulate mercury, which can be toxic to our kidney cells, stem cells step in to fix the issue. Even when we subject our lungs to various toxins from smoking cigarettes, stem cells play a crucial role in repairing the damaged lung cells. This remarkable ability to naturally heal and maintain our body's functionality is the fundamental purpose of stem cells.
Stem cells can also experience fatigue and aging. Do you know ? If we were to cut the skin of a fetus in the womb, it will heal without leaving a scar. However, if you were to have a cut on your skin now, it may result in a scar, and the older you are, the slower the wound healing process tends to be. This serves as evidence of the incredible power of young stem cells. It is for this reason that we utilize mesenchymal stem cells obtained from the umbilical cord, which are present from day one of life, for anti-aging purposes. By using these young stem cells instead of relying on your own stem cells, which can also be subject to the effects of aging, we can tap into their rejuvenating potential.
Receiving positive feedback from our customers is a significant aspect of our work, and it brings us great joy. My husband and I work together in our clinic, and one of my favorite moments is when he forwards me thank-you messages from our customers in the morning. While we can share some of these messages on our social media, we always respect the privacy choices of those who prefer to keep their feedback confidential. It's remarkable that we have clients from all over the world, representing every continent except Antarctica. Sometimes I jest with my husband that simply by conversing with our clients, it feels as though we are traveling the world, even though we are physically in one place. In fact, we often have more opportunities to connect and engage with our clients than we would if we were traveling in person. We are grateful to all our customers who open their hearts and trust us with their care. Many of them have become our friends over time. Some of our clients have taken the time to write detailed reviews about their experiences, driven by a simple desire to share the miracles they witnessed at our clinic, especially with regards to Luke. Occasionally, clients jokingly ask us how much we pay Luke for his remarkable work, but the truth is, we have never paid for any reviews. These testimonials come purely from the hearts of our clients, as they generously donate their time to share their experiences. If you have a moment, I encourage you to visit our Google page and read our reviews. I often find inspiration and motivation in revisiting these testimonials, as they remind me of the importance of continuing to do good work.
Safety and quality are our top priorities in the work we do. Ensuring that we provide effective and reliable medicine is a meticulous and extensive process. Stem cell therapy has been utilized in Thailand for many years, both for proactive health purposes such as anti-aging and for treatment in various medical conditions. After COVID ,our clinic gained reputation world-wide because of the quality of our product . This is not from big marketing it’s from the word of mouth. If you teach a high school kid how to grow stem cells, I'm sure they can do it. Kids nowadays are so smart. However, will you get the best quality stem cells? I don't think so. At our clinic, we don't invest in marketing, but we prioritize luxury in everything related to the quality of treatment our customers receive. I'm not sharing this information to persuade you to become our customer; I'm expressing my pride in the work we do. Each treatment we provide is a result of a lifetime of dedication and a meticulous focus on every detail, all with the goal of delivering the very best care according to our guiding principles. We take pride in being able to offer our customers the finest treatment from the depths of our hearts.
Fresh is considered superior to cryopreserved (frozen) cord tissue when it comes to harvesting stem cells, as highlighted in Cytotherapy Volume 16, Issue 9. Frozen cord tissue often yields lower cell counts, exhibits poor cell recovery rates, and displays slower growth characteristics. That's why we exclusively utilize fresh cord tissue for the production of our stem cells for treatment. Behind the scenes, we delve into scientific intricacies to ensure our stem cells are of the highest quality. We pay meticulous attention to every detail to maximize effectiveness and safety, employing xeno-free culture materials. This approach allows us to achieve remarkable results without requiring an excessively large number of cells. Think of it as choosing to fight a battle with a thousand undernourished child soldiers from Somalia or with a hundred well-trained, young soldiers. The analogy emphasizes the importance of quality over quantity.
Real-life practice and research papers often differ in terms of the settings they encompass. At Revival Clinic, we place great importance on staying updated with the latest research findings from the scientific community. However, we also value the real-life experiences of our clients. In reality, individuals who have the means often seek our services in the early stages of disease or for anti-aging purposes. We don't believe in waiting until there are no other options before utilizing stem cells. Personally, I find it more reassuring to treat individuals with stem cells when we know we are working with cells of excellent quality, compared to simply administering random individuals with paracetamol.
People from all around the world come to consult us for stem cell treatment for their health conditions. Before we provide an answer, we often ask ourselves a crucial question: "If this person were our parent, brother, sister, or close family member, would we recommend stem cell treatment for them?" If the answer is yes, we proceed with the treatment. In fact, our own family has undergone stem cell treatment, including myself, my husband, and all our grandparents.
"When it comes to treatment, budget is a part that requires decision-making. Just like everything else, you have to set your priorities, which differ for each individual. I remember talking to a customer whom I knew very well. She was wealthy and owned many Hermes bags. She asked me if she should undergo stem cell therapy. My response was, 'I think you already have many leather Hermes bags. Just sell one of those and invest in your health. This is the investment that matters the most.' My intention was not to sell her stem cell therapy. Having worked in the healthcare industry for a long time, from caring for sick people in hospitals to focusing on proactive anti-aging approaches, I understand that when your body functions properly, people often take it for granted. It's difficult to imagine and realize what you have never seen or experienced. When you were young, you invested in material possessions, but as you grow older and start experiencing health issues, even with money, you can't turn back time. Sometimes, you can only patch and bandage the problems. Skin is an easy example to understand this. By the age of 70 or 80, your sex hormone levels decrease significantly, the healing rate is not as good as when you were young, and your skin has been exposed to UV radiation for almost a century. It's no surprise that many elderly individuals experience extremely dry skin problems, which cause a persistent itching sensation. The itching can be so severe that sometimes they resort to using sharp objects to scratch themselves, resulting in fresh wounds. There is no specific treatment for this condition called ichthyosis vulgaris, only the use of moisturizers or steroids to relieve the symptoms. Wouldn't it be better to take care of our health now to prevent or slow down the diseases that come with aging?”
Another extreme situation I encountered during budget discussions with customers is when a young man from Bangladesh visited our clinic. He informed us that a doctor in his country recommended him to come to our clinic for stem cell treatment to address his end-stage kidney disease, which required him to undergo dialysis 2-3 times a week depending on his budget. At only 32 years old, he had collected money from all his relatives in the village, hoping that stem cell therapy would cure his kidney problem. However, I couldn't guarantee him a complete reversal of the disease, nor could I assure him that he would no longer need dialysis. It was evident that if the treatment did not provide the desired results, he would have to use that money for dialysis for the rest of his life. Consequently, we had to decline his request for treatment in this particular case.
The one of classical case that we do stem cell is people who don’t have a major disease but just want to be proactive for health. I remember one time a premier league foot ball player came to our clinic. He has no major health issue. He came for consultation walking sweating through hot weather during summer in short pant and white old T shirt that he comfortable. I remember he politely apologize that he all sweating look. I’m not a fan of soccer so I have no idea how famous he is. Luckily I have time that day I’m not busy as usual so I have a long consultation with him explaining about stem cell. My stupidity I though he can’t afford it but he such a nice polite guy so I end my conversation with “ You know even you don’t do stem cell there still a lot of thing that you can do for your health such as exercise and diet control.” I just don’t want him to feel bad for thing that he can’t afford. Then he said “ my guy will transfer the money this evening when he wake up. “ Later that day my assistant told me who he is. I feel stupid that’s the lesson for me to learn it’s not my job to make decision or priority who should do or should not do the treatment. The best way is to give them information and let them make priority themself.
The analogy of the fish and the pond perfectly encapsulates the concept of stem cells and their role in our health. From the moment of fertilization, we all possess stem cells that are the driving force behind our healing and the maintenance of our organ functions. These remarkable cells ensure that we stay alive and in good health.
To care for our stem cells and optimize their potential, we can employ lifestyle medicine, which acts as the key to preparing our bodies like a clean and thriving pond for these vital cells. Whether it's our own existing stem cells or the addition of new umbilical cord stem cells, lifestyle medicine creates the ideal environment for them to flourish.
In an ideal healthcare system, lifestyle medicine should be the primary approach for prevention and proactive health management. Hospital medicine certainly serves its crucial role in emergencies and acute conditions, while stem cell therapy holds great promise for anti-aging and combating the underlying causes of many diseases.
The fortunate reality is that we live in a time where these advancements are available to us. All it takes is the knowledge and intelligent management of these medical tools to bring about significant positive changes in our health and well-being. By harnessing the potential of lifestyle medicine and incorporating stem cell therapy, we can unlock a world of possibilities for better health and longevity.