Stem Cell Seminars
Learn how stem cells can provide you relief.
What Can Stem Cell Therapy Do For You?
If you haven’t heard about stem cell therapy before, then you might be unsure how stem cells could help you. If you suffer from chronic pain, joint pain, or arthritis, introducing new stem cells can help your own cells regenerate and heal the areas responsible for that pain. On top of that, stem cell therapy is a non-invasive option for finding pain relief. If you live in Schererville, Indiana, or the surrounding areas, plan on attending one of our free stem cell therapy seminars to learn more about the types of pain relief you could experience. Don’t let your pain hold you back any more — sign up for a seminar today!
At Beyer Stem Cell Institute, we are committed to providing Schererville and the surrounding areas with:
- A non-invasive option for pain management and treatment.
- A free stem cell therapy seminar to learn more about how stem cells can help.
- A provider who is certified and trained in functional neurology and medicine.
- FDA-approved and -regulated stem cell therapy.
In functional medicine, stem cells and stem cell therapy have been big buzz words. This makes sense because stem cell therapy can help provide pain relief from chronic conditions and joint pain.
At Beyer Stem Cell Institute, our stem cell therapy can help you find pain relief from:
- Chronic pain
- Joint pain
- Swelling and inflammation
- Effects of aging
Register for a free stem cell therapy seminar to learn more about the applications of stem cell therapy and if it could be a valid option for you.
Behind Stem Cell Therapy
Stem cells, or mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) are the cells most commonly found in bone marrow. In general, stem cells can renew themselves through cell division and, in a laboratory, can be induced to become specific cells, like tissue- or organ-specific cells. MSCs work as messengers for other cells, sending signals to tell those cells to regrow and regenerate.
When you’re younger, you body has more of these MSCs because your organs and tissues are still growing and evolving. But as the body ages, the amount of MSCs present diminish. When it’s hard for your body to repair or regrow damaged cells, you can start experiencing chronic pain and other conditions.
Umbilical Cord Stem Cells
Umbilical cord stem cells are MSCs found in the umbilical cord of newborns. The umbilical cord is filled with MSCs that helped the baby grow and develop in the womb.
When the mother donates these umbilical cords, we can harvest MSCs to work as messengers in an adult body, jumpstarting the regeneration process. Since umbilical cord stem cells are not as mature as adult stem cells, adult bodies do not target MSCs as foreign, meaning that the body cannot reject these stem cells.
While the process might deal with MSCs from the umbilical cord, the entire process depends on the mother donating her umbilical cord and complies with all FDA and medical donation guidelines.
Stem Cell Therapy Versus Surgery
Stem cell therapy is a safe and effective solution for pain relief. If you’re considering surgery to find pain relief, stem cell therapy is the best, non-invasive option. Unlike a surgical route, stem cell therapy requires minimal recovery time and no anesthesia. Since you’re coming into a clinic for an injection, you’re also entering a safer environment. During a surgery, your body is exposed to “super germs,” along with the risks that come with anesthesia and long bouts of bed rest. Stem cell therapy is a good option to try before planning to go under the knife.
The stem cells that are injected into your body encourage your older, damaged cells to instead produce healthy cells. Instead of masking the pain you feel, stem cell therapy targets the root of your problem, providing a long-term solution.
Before the town of Schererville, Indiana, became what it is today, it was known as the “Crossroads” because many Native Americans intersected where Schererville is located now.
In 1846, settler Nicholas Schere arrived in the area and founded the town that is still named after him: Schererville.
Now, Schererville is home to over 28,000 residents. Whether you live in Schererville or are visiting the area, there are plenty of attractions that can fill your day. Plan an afternoon at Jak’s Warehouse Indoor Family Fun Center or grab a pizza from Langel’s Pizza.
Our Stem Cell Therapy Seminar
If you live in Schererville or the surrounding areas, make sure you register for the next free seminar so you can learn more about the functional applications of stem cell therapy.