Signature Cells: High-potency cells for more effective treatment
More cognitive and motor function. Less pain and disability.
Whether you’ve sustained an injury to the brain or spine, or suffer from a neurological or neurogenerative disease, symptoms can be difficult to treat.
Those symptoms can fluctuate from mild to severe — and result in poor memory, loss of motor function, and cognitive decline that turn even routine tasks into major challenges that interfere with everyday life. Even more frustrating? Doctors may say your condition will never improve.
But more patients with neurological disorders report exceptional results from advanced cell therapy that can:
Improve memory, focus, and sensory perception in some conditions
Improve motor and sensitivity function
Reduce or eliminate chronic pain
While treatment options such as surgery and medications may be available, surgery can be complex and risky, while medications may cause serious side effects.
Learn why more patients choose cell therapy – a minimally invasive procedure that takes advantage of the body’s natural healing processes. Discover how these advanced treatments can help heal injuries and ease symptoms of neurological diseases – so you can enjoy a better life.
IMPROVED TREATMENTS TO HELP PATIENTS WITH:
Brain injuries such as TBI and CTE
Spinal cord Injury
Multiple sclerosis (MS)
And other disorders
Please consult with your physician to review available scientific evidence based on your clinical condition, and then evaluate alternatives to find out if you may be a candidate for cell therapy.
Advanced cell therapy
Discover how a personalized cell therapy program designed in consultation with our experts can help:
Promote faster healing from brain and nervous system injuries
Reduce inflammation and chronic pain aggravated by neurological disorders
Regenerate damaged tissues caused by disease or injury
High-potency cells for more effective treatment
Our advanced protocols include a rigorous selection process to culture highly potent MSC cells. These cells from Wharton’s Jelly from donated umbilical cords are carefully screened and purified to ensure you receive infusions of millions of high-quality cells with:
High levels of anti-inflammatory properties
Best potential to modulate your immune system
More potential to stimulate healing
Signature Cells Process helps create high-potency cells that work more quickly and effectively to promote healing, reduce inflammation, and repair damaged tissues.
What experts say
“I’ve been recommending stem cell therapy at BioXcellerator to my patients for more than 3 years. The results have been extraordinary. Treatments have helped patients recover from ACL, MCL, and rotator cuff injuries, treat elbow and hip injuries, speed recovery after surgery — plus optimize overall health and rejuvenation.”
— Robert C. Palumbo, M.D.
Orthopedic surgeon and Sports Medicine physician
Second-opinion physician for the NFL Players’ Association
Assistant team physician for the Philadelphia Phillies
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Scientific References, Citations and Articles
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