ANOVA Institute for Regenerative Medicine:
The Science of a Better You
Stem cells are your body’s basic building blocks. They possess limitless therapeutic potential for many diseases, one of which is the aging process itself. Stem cell research and its medical application have primarily focused on the treatment of diseases and caring of patients, however, they have not worked harmoniously together in the past.
ANOVA Institute for Regenerative Medicine bridges this gap, as it was founded with the main focus to achieve excellence in translational medicine. We are a German medical institute that offers individualized treatments for patients. We employ safe and state-of-the-art stem cell-based methods while operating with the highest possible medical and laboratory quality standards.
German Stem Cell Engineering – Designed for Results
ANOVA is proud to introduce the latest Stem Cell 2.0 Therapy - The Stem Cell Secretome Therapy. We have developed a method that uses stem cells as a “factory”, to mass produce the paracrine factors ("communication factors", the essence of the stem cell regenerative potential) in high concentrations. Our method, additionally, is designed and optimized to ensure high quality and patient safety.
If you have any questions regarding our stem cell-based therapies please feel free to give us a call or simply contact us by e-mail. ANOVA's specialists are looking forward to answering your questions on stem cells in detail. All cases are carefully evaluated on an individual basis with our highly competent Doctors and Scientists.
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Regenerative Medicine at ANOVA:
A Broad Spectrum of Treatment Possibilities
Stem Cell Therapies by Source
Numerous types of stem cell therapies are available at ANOVA. Stem cell research brought insights that allowed for technological advancements in therapies and expanding the knowledge of the underlying mechanisms of stem cells. This has allowed for more effective therapies to be developed.
Bone Marrow Concentrate (BMC) is one of the most commonly applied source of stem cells. Despite the fact that the actual number of stem cells in BMC is biologically limited, several other (regenerative) factors in BMC have been shown to deliver promising results in the treatment of numerous diseases.
Stem Cell Secretome
Stem Cell Therapies 2.0: The ANOVA Stem Cell Secretome Therapy is the next generation of stem cell-based therapies. It was designed to harness and mass produce the healing essences of stem cells (paracrine and regenerative factors, extracellular vesicles, exosomes) in a uniquely designed laboratory process.
Fat (adipose) derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSC | adMSCs) are a commonly used source of stem cells, because of their availability and robustness. They communicate to other cells with a broad spectrum of secreted paracrine and regenerative factors. They are our favorite source of stem cells for the production of the secretome.
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is a blood-derived, cellular product with concentrated supply of regenerative growth factors and cytokines. Its efficacy has been proven in some orthopedic conditions. When used in combination with our stem cell therapies, its efficacy is synergistically enhanced.
“Prof. Stehling designed an individualized approach which scheduled the time the liposuction a few weeks before the back operation. My first injection I got a week after the operation. The recovery from there on was phenomenal.”
News & Insights
How much does stem cell therapy cost?
If you, or perhaps someone close to you, suffers with a challenging illness, you may be exploring viable alternative treatments. You may even have come across stem cell therapy as an avenue to explore. But where do you start? And could you even afford it?
Multiple Sclerosis: How Stem Cells Could Help
There are 2.3 million people around the world who are suffering from Multiple Sclerosis, according to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. In the US alone, over a million people over the age of 18 are afflicted with this disease.
How Long Does a Knee Injury Take to Heal
Knee injuries aren’t uncommon for athletes and runners. While getting injured is all part of the game, your journey to recovery shouldn’t be a difficult one.
Osteoarthritis Risk Factors
Osteoarthritis (OA) affects millions worldwide and while it is common among the elderly, people below 60 years can also be affected by the illness.
Stem Cell Therapy for Enhancement of Saliva Production
ANOVA Institute for Regenerative Medicine is partnering with experts at Copenhagen Stem to help patients with Dry Mouth Syndrome to regenerate their salivary gland function with Stem Cell Therapy.