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$4,999 - $8,999

Experience the cutting-edge potential of Stem Cell IV therapy and unlock the regenerative power within your own body. Our Stem Cell IV treatment offers a revolutionary approach to rejuvenation and healing, harnessing the incredible capabilities of stem cells to promote tissue repair, boost vitality, and enhance overall well-being.

By introducing carefully isolated and purified stem cells directly into your bloodstream, our Stem Cell IV therapy allows these remarkable cells to travel throughout your body, targeting areas of inflammation, injury, or degeneration. These stem cells have the unique ability to transform into various cell types, promoting tissue regeneration and supporting the body's natural healing processes.



  • 25 Billion Cells – $4,999

  • 50 Billion Cells – $8,999

  In lounge prices (location based concierge fee starting at $50)

Benefits of Stem Cells

Regeneration of damaged tissues: Stem cell therapy has the potential to regenerate and repair damaged tissues in the body. Stem cells can differentiate into various types of cells, such as muscle cells, nerve cells, or blood cells, and can replace or repair damaged or diseased cells.

Treatment of degenerative diseases: Stem cell therapy shows promise in treating degenerative diseases such as Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, and age-related macular degeneration. By replacing damaged cells or promoting tissue regeneration, stem cell therapy can potentially slow down or halt the progression of these diseases.

Faster healing and recovery: Stem cell therapy can accelerate the healing process and enhance tissue regeneration, making it beneficial for treating injuries such as ligament tears, muscle strains, and joint damage. Stem cells can promote the growth of new, healthy tissue and reduce inflammation, leading to faster healing and recovery.

Reduced inflammation: Stem cells have anti-inflammatory properties and can modulate the immune response. This can be beneficial for conditions characterized by excessive inflammation, such as rheumatoid arthritis, Crohn's disease, and multiple sclerosis. Stem cell therapy can help reduce inflammation and alleviate symptoms associated with these conditions.

Treatment of blood-related disorders: Stem cell therapy, specifically bone marrow transplantation, is a well-established treatment for various blood-related disorders, including leukemia, lymphoma, and sickle cell anemia. Stem cells from a healthy donor can replace defective or diseased cells in the patient's bone marrow, restoring the production of healthy blood cells.

Improving heart function: Stem cell therapy has shown promising results in improving heart function and promoting cardiac tissue regeneration in individuals with heart disease or following a heart attack. Stem cells can differentiate into heart muscle cells and support the healing and functional recovery of the heart.

Reversal of certain neurodegenerative conditions: Stem cell therapy holds potential for reversing neurodegenerative conditions such as spinal cord injuries and multiple sclerosis. Stem cells can repair or regenerate damaged nerve cells and restore neurological function.

Personalized medicine: Stem cell therapy offers the potential for personalized medicine, as stem cells can be derived from a patient's own body or from a donor with a suitable tissue match. This reduces the risk of rejection and promotes better integration of the transplanted cells.

Minimal invasiveness: Many stem cell therapies can be administered using minimally invasive techniques, such as injections or infusions. This reduces the need for extensive surgeries and long recovery times associated with traditional treatment methods.

Potential for future regenerative medicine applications: Stem cell research is a rapidly evolving field, with ongoing studies exploring the potential use of stem cells for various conditions and diseases. Stem cell therapy holds promise for treating a wide range of conditions and has the potential to revolutionize regenerative medicine.

It's important to note that while stem cell therapy holds great promise, it is still a developing field, and more research is needed to fully understand its long-term effects and efficacy. Additionally, the use of stem cell therapy should be done under the guidance of qualified healthcare professionals.

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