Preventive Aging and Regenerative Medicine has been the vision of many physicians for decades. From the concept of chelation , performed during World War One, in which toxins and heavy metals are eliminated from the body, to a new dimension of medicine, using Stem Cells to repair tissue and organs, recent medical advances have taken these visions to realistic applications.
The idea of rejuvenating the body from within is accomplished in an intense program, by which, analysis of hormone levels, vitamin levels, toxins and heavy metals, as well as , the “age index”, are used to prepare a unique replacement program specific to each individual. The application of Regenerative Cell Therapy, prepared from the blood specimen of each individual , separated by apheresis, and re administered by intravenous infusion, completes the Anti Aging Program.
Regenerative Cell Therapy allows one's own cells to have the potential for “homing the body”, searching for tissues and organs which are damaged or deficient due to disease and the aging process. Once these areas are recognized by the Regenerative Cells, they are able to repair these tissues and organs by regeneration. As of late, specific techniques have been established for labeling these Regenerative Cells and therefore tracking them to the target organs and demonstrating their effectiveness.