Stem Cell Therapy Technology

Here at our Woolloongabba clinic we use only the most advanced technology to improve your stem cell therapy experience and ensure you are receiving the best treatment available.

In the initial part of treatment blood is extracted from the body via the arm.  This is then processed in a specialised laboratory in order to extract the pluripotent blood derived stem cells.

Before cells are injected, they must first undergo a quality test performed using a device called a flow cytometer, which will examine the quality of the cell, its viability, and count. The flow cytometer is required in order to define the optimal formulation and dosage of stem cell products. Our team at Brisbane Regeneration records cell numbers and viability in order to ensure the best chance of a successful treatment. The amount of cells recovered cannot yet be predicted, however it is essential that we know the total cell count and the viable cell count. With this data we are able to further understand the level of success in treatments and constantly improve our knowledge on stem cell therapy.

TREATMENT DISCLAIMER It is important to understand that while stem cell therapy can help alleviate symptoms in many patients and slow or even reverse degenerative processes, at times it does not work for all patients. Consequently, Brisbane Regeneration can neither predict nor guarantee success for individual patients who undergo stem cell treatment. Based on additional information, patient's current health situation and/or unforeseen health risks, the medical staff can always, in the interest of the individual patient, propose another kind of stem cell transplantation or in exceptional situations cancel the stem cell treatment.