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Alternatives to knee surgery
Loud crunching when climbing stairs, chronic pain and constant swelling: osteoarthritis in the knee is a very uncomfortable type of pain. If you suffer from knee problems like the ones described, knee surgery is one option. But is that really always necessary? What therapeutic alternatives are there? In this post, we'll give you a few options that might help with your knee pain.
Stem Cell Secretome for the treatment of ED: A success story
How well does stem cell therapy for erectile dysfunction work? Are clinical results available, and if so, what do they show? In this article, we share some research insights on stem cell therapy for the treatment of erectile dysfunction, and talk about a success story of one of our patients who was treated for ED at ANOVA Institute for Regenerative Medicine.
Can stem cell therapy cure erectile dysfunction?
Erectile dysfunction (ED), also known as impotence, affects nearly half of all men between the ages of 40 and 70 in one way or another. ED is defined as a disease which makes it impossible for a man to have a sufficient erection for sexual intercourse. Naturally, sexual dysfunctions are accompanied with a lot of stress for patients and their partners. In this article, we summarize the causes of ED, common treatments, and how stem cells can help treat the disease in a promising way.
Rejuvenation Therapy – An Overview of Anti-Aging Stem Cell Therapies
Rejuvenation therapy is a form of medical treatment with the focus to halt, alter and even reverse the aging process. While there is currently no scientifically proven way to delay our internal aging processes themselves, there are ways to alter or delay some of the effects we experience as we age. Stem cell therapy is on the rise as a rejuvenation treatment. In this article, we discuss the differences between the various stem cell therapies for anti-aging.
What are alternative therapies for Parkinson’s Disease?
Parkinson's Disease (PD) is one of the most common diseases of the nervous system. There is currently no cure for the disease. Common treatments aim at easing symptoms and reducing side effects as much as possible. A big part of the therapy usually includes medication. But are there other options? Can alternative treatments enhance the effect of typical PD therapies, or even stop the progression of the disease? Here we provide an overview of treatment options for PD.
Does stem cell therapy for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis work?
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a very serious disease of the central and peripheral nervous system. With the exception of the rare hereditary forms, its cause is still unknown. Even though they are often compared, ALS has nothing to do with MS (Multiple Sclerosis) - they are two completely different diseases.
The Power of Exosomes
The term “exosomes” has frequently been in the news in recent years. They have been known to biologists since their discovery in the 1980s, but they remain something unknown to most other people. As their relevance in the pharmaceutical and medical field increases, we want to explain in simple ways what exosomes are, and why they are disrupting science.
Stem Cell Treatment Improves Degenerative Disc Disease (DDD) and Chronic Back Pain
Degenerative disc disease (DDD) is one of the most common sources of back pain and affects approximately 30 million people every year. It can lead to a chronic debilitating condition and can have a serious negative impact on a person's quality of life.
Does stem cell therapy for knees work?
As kids, nasty grazes aside, we may not have thought a lot about our knees. As adults, our situation is a little different. We may feel our joints hurt a little more often. However, it’s not only those entering their twilight years who are susceptible to knee pain and degeneration. Anyone trying to maintain an active lifestyle or doing regular physical exercise will be no stranger to knee injuries.
Can stem cells help with orthopedic issues?
All around the world, patients with various diseases are turning to stem cell-based treatments to improve their conditions. People with orthopedic issues are no exception.
In this article, we’ll discuss the different orthopedic conditions and how stem cell therapy can help alleviate their symptoms and tackle their root cause.
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.
Combined Treatment for Spinal Cord Injury: Stem Cell Therapy and HAL
Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury is a prevalent problem that affects millions of people world-wide. Current treatment options do not provide help for the regeneration of the spinal cord. The combination of Stem Cell Therapy with neuromuscular feedback training with HAL may advance success rates in patients with Spinal Cord Injury
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.
Infusion Therapy as a Treatment Addition
Infusion Therapy is a way to administer medication, vitamins, nutrients and other molecules into the body, by using a sterile catheter that is inserted into a vein. It is an alternative to oral treatment, and can be the fastest way to deliver these vital compounds into your body.
Rehabilitation and Physiotherapy
The human body consists of several complex functional systems encompassing the brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerves and bones and muscles, among others. The damage of one of these units can cause the whole system to fail.
Stem Cell Secretome as an Emerging Treatment for Parkinson’s Disease
Parkinson's Disease (PD) is a chronic nervous system disorder that affects the patient’s movement. Symptoms will usually start gradually, with tremors being the most common symptom, but the disorder can also cause stiffness or slowed down movement.
ANOVA now offers Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) for Orthopedic Treatments
ANOVA Institute for Regenerative Medicine is now offering Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) on its own or in combination with other therapies such as Bone Marrow Concentrate (BMC) or hyaluronic acid for the effective treatment of different orthopedic problems.
A New Generation of Stem Cell Therapy Launches To The Public
A New Generation of Stem Cell Therapy Launches To The Public The ANOVA Institute for Regenerative Medicine in Frankfurt / Germany has become the first clinic to introduce Stem Cell Secretome therapy – the very latest Stem Cell therapy derived from decades of research into the stem cell techniques used for regeneration in the body.
Launch of ANOVA-IRM’s new website
Being one of a kind clinic with dedication to translational medicine and stem cell based therapies at the highest standard in the center of Europe, we want to message our services and products as efficiently as possible to all patients interested in the latest regenerative approaches.
The negative effect of senescent cells and targeted treatments for osteoarthritis
Cellular Senescence is a state of cells where cells stop taking an active dividing role in the tissue, but at the same time refuse to react to the natural signals to apoptosis (“cellular suicide”). This state does not only leave them as useless and inactive cells, but they also secrete substances (cytokines and extracellular vesicles)...