What are stem cells?

Stem cells are cells with the potential to develop into many different types of cells throughout the body including muscle cells and brain cells. They serve as a repair system for the body.

There are two main types of stem cells: embryonic stem cells and adult stem cells. Vibrant Health Care only uses adult stem cells from FDA approved tissue banks.

Where do stem cells come from?

Vibrant uses adult stem cells that are harvested from placenta and umbilical cord tissue, donated by mothers after a full term pregnancy and healthy C-Section childbirth.

This tissue is full of growth factors, stem cells and many other healing components. In the past, the placenta was discarded after the child birth but now due to the advancements in medical science, we are able to put that to good use and heal patients from it.

What conditions can stem cells help with?

StemCells can be used to help treat:
     • sports injuries
     • orthopedics issues
     • auto-immune disorders
     • sexual dysfunction
     • neck & back pain
     • neurodegenerative disorders
     • and numerous other conditions.

During the free consultation, our doctors will go over your specific condition and how it can benefit from stem cell therapy.

Is there evidence that stem cells actually work?

Yes. Clinical trials proving that stem cell treatments can treat a number of conditions have been completed all across the world. There are over 6000 clinical studies posted on clinicaltrials.gov website that prove the efficacy of stem cell treatments in a wide variety of health conditions.

At Vibrant Health Care we have had fantastic results treating numerous conditions such as chronic pain, degenerative diseases, auto-immune disorders and numerous others. Check out the testimonials page to see real examples of how stem cells reduced pain and greatly improved quality of life.

How long does it take to work?

The timing of benefits from stem cell therapy can vary from patient to patient. Some patients see results in as little as two days.

Generally the symptoms continue to improve up to 3 months with full treatment benefits showing in 6 to 9 months.
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