Stem cells are a vital building block of the body. They are special and unique because they can change, duplicate, and adapt to other types of cells, as needed. They lie dormant in fat deposits and in the bone marrow and when the body becomes damaged, whether due to normal wear and tear, environmental impacts or genetics, they receive triggering signals from cytokines proteins that put them into action. They migrate to the area of the body that is damaged and change into the specific type of cell needed for healing.

Regenerative stem cell therapy is the most breakthrough treatment used for anti-aging. This revolutionary treatment replenishes the body with a fresh supply of stem cells, which can help rejuvenate all of the body’s organs, including the skin. However, the positive impacts are much more than skin deep. Systemic stem cells can replace, regrow, repair, and rejuvenate the whole body at the cellular level. Early adopters report feeling the energy of their younger selves, gained strength, and many have been able to heal damage to their organs, face, and body.

Stem cells can even help reverse sexual dysfunctions like erectile dysfunction, lower blood pressure, and jump-start a slugging metabolism. Regenerative stem cell medicine is still in its infancy and each year, new research is published showing more revolutionary uses of this innovative drug-free treatment. In effect, stem cell research and related regenerative medicine therapies are being looked at for providing solutions to many problems related to aging.

Many patients who have undergone a stem cell infusion report the following positive benefits:

  • Youthful appearance
  • Improved skin, such as fewer wrinkles and spots
  • Increased vitality, strength, and energy
  • Increased stamina and libido
  • Pain relief in joints
  • Weight loss
  • Improvements in mood and motivation
  • Lower blood pressure

Why choose Balanced Medical Solutions for your regenerative stem cell therapy?

Not all stem cells providers are the same. Some providers use stem cells harvested from animals such as pigs and cows, instead of human stem cells. In addition, some stem cells are unethically sourced. Balanced Medical Solutions uses only the highest quality and ethically sourced human stem cells available. All stem cells used are obtained through sterile techniques from pre-screened donors and go through comprehensive clinical and laboratory testing to ensure they are safe and effective for patient use. Our stem cells meet or exceed the highest industry standards for quality management systems, complying with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) regulations contained in Title 21, Part 1271 of the Code of Federal Regulations, Section 361 of the Public Health Service Act, and Good Laboratory Practices (GLP).

To learn more about this innovative therapy, book a complimentary consultation with a stem-cell specialist at Balanced Medical Solutions – simply fill out the form below:


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