Human beings are very innovative at times, a statement confirmed by the advancements of the modern era. Consider all the remarkable medicines which were first marketed in the 1960s and 1970s, a time when much of the medicines used today were first developed.

The research into a medicine of about 50 years ago is, to a large extent, what defines the medical practices of today. The approach to disease remains largely the same since then, yet they did not know about stem cells during this time. Nowadays, armed with recent research, we have access to the most promising approach to disease since the pharmaceutical revolution.

Unlike 50 years ago, however, the most innovative and promising treatments do not utilize pharmaceuticals. Instead, they use cells – stem cells in particular. Stem cells have been able to provide effective treatments for ailments that haven’t been successfully treated using the pharmaceutical approach. They show a high degree of promise in the fight with diseases such as Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis, diabetes, and arthritis. I have done a lot of research into stem cell therapies, which lead to my discovery of Swiss Medica, a clinic that specializes in stem cell treatment.

About Swiss Medica Сlinic XXI

Swiss Medica clinic 21 has more than 10 years of experience in stem cell treatment. It started with regenerative therapy in Switzerland, but then, considering the cost of treatment, a decision was made to create more clinics in other countries. Out of a desire to offer more affordable treatments, without sacrificing on quality, Swiss Medica Moscow, Serbia, and Slovenia emerged, with each clinic offering its own specialty.
In the beginning, there was only one product, but that soon changed.

Quickly Swiss Medica was offering 14 different types of cell products. This was further expanded in the interest of improving results for patients, including incorporating more mainstream medical care, physiotherapy and offering assorted rehabilitation methods. At Swiss Medica, they have realized it is necessary to combine all possible treatment methods to achieve the absolute best results.

This realization has paid off, as Swiss Medica enjoys some of the most remarkable patient outcomes for the ailments they treat. Here I am going to cover Swiss Medica’s uniquely successful approach to therapy – the types of cells they use, reviews from their patients, expectations and so on.

What are Stem Cells?

Stem cells

Stem cells are present in every human body. Our body produces stem cells constantly. They are very unique and have extraordinary potential. Most commonly used in stem cell treatments are MMSCs – multipotent mesenchymal stromal cells (you can read more about them here).

They can be administered through:

The method of administration depends on therapeutic goals, the patient’s condition, and the diagnosis.

Stem Cell Functions

What can stem cells do?

• stimulate the regeneration of damaged neurons (multiple sclerosis, stroke, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, and other neurological problems);
• stimulate the regeneration of any tissue that is injured or damaged;
• heal wounds;
• improve immunomodulatory effects;
• block inflammation in the joints and cartilage.

One of the main focuses of the treatment is helping people get back into good health through stem cell therapy.

Speaking about Types of Cells


Where are Cells Derived from?

They can be harvested from:
1. bone marrow;
2. adipose tissue;
3. peripheral blood;
4. placenta and umbilical cord (only taken after a healthy birth);
5. gingiva (read more).

Stem Cell Benefits

Potential uses of Stem Cells

The list of diseases for which stem cell therapy may show fantastic results is huge:

How does Stem Cell Therapy Work?

Damaged tissues secrete special proteins (cytokines) into the blood system. These cytokines attract stem cells that circulate around the injured area and start producing various chemokines. Chemokines are growth factors that are able to activate the regenerative functions of distant cells and promote tissue recovery.

Clinical trials have obtained results which demonstrate the positive immunomodulatory influence of MMSCs that leads to the reduction in inflammatory processes.

The Procedure

MMSCs therapy

In a diagram, it seems easy: a doctor takes some of your tissue, for example, fat tissue from your hip, and grows stem cells out of it in the lab. Then, they inject it all back into your body by the appropriate route of administration, and the stem cells do their work to repair damaged body tissues.

While the procedure is taking place, the patient’s condition is monitored, including their pulse, blood pressure, heart rate, respiratory rate, ECG and oxygen saturation. If there are any complaints or pain, the patient stays in the hospital until they feel better.

Swiss Medica Patients’ Reviews

“I had stem cells taken from my hip. I was diagnosed with arthrosis. At the time I could barely walk, couldn’t drive, and had a very hard time getting in and out of bed. I had pain even in bed and even with painkillers. I’m 68 years old. One friend of mine suggested Swiss Medica 21. I called and was very surprised that the clinic was in Russia. At first, I was too skeptical to go there, but my pain had gotten so bad that I decided to make an appointment.

I landed in Russia. At the airport, I was met by a taxi driver. The day after my arrival I was examined by a team of specialists. A Swiss Medica doctor’s opinion was: arthritis or arthrosis cannot be absolutely cured yet, but the right treatment can greatly reduce the symptoms and complications. In addition to the treatments, I was recommended a number of lifestyle changes that may help to manage my arthrosis.

The doctor also advised special therapies which included exercises to help strengthen the muscles around the affected joint. I agreed to stem cell therapy. They used my adipose tissue and it didn’t hurt at all. I was surprised. I just felt some slight itching after they harvested the cells. Then they suggested MR-Therapy (Magnetic Resonance), which transfers energy directly into the cells of the tissue being treated to stimulate the regenerative processes (read more).

This treatment was available in the UK, which was much more convenient than Russia! And you know what? Today, I can drive again, and get in and out of bed with no pain! I typically walk with a cane, but sometimes I forget the cane and find I can walk pretty far without it.

“I am from the UK. I was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. It developed very quickly. I tried a lot of current treatments, but they didn’t help.

I felt worse and worse. My son found a new, maybe experimental way of treatment. I almost went along with it. Thankfully, he finally discovered a better option on the internet: Moscow Swiss Medica clinic. I had nothing to lose, so I made a trip to Russia. It was a very nice place from the start, and I felt confident in the treatment.

It was very important for me to feel comfortable and safe. The staff made me feel like a priority. I was skeptical in the beginning, feeling that I would have to spend a lot of money there for food, for example, or for a better, larger room. I was wrong. The food was not just tasty, it was delicious! The staff there was highly skilled.

I received 5 cell treatments. I had no guarantee, but I believed that they were going to be able to manage or maybe even stop the disease. After the course of treatment, they gave me suggestions about cooking recipes and effective mental exercises. The hospital believed there is also a good chance that we will be able to improve my general condition. I already feel better.”

What do I Think about Stem Cell Treatment?

Sometimes expectations are too high and when we don’t get exactly what we want, we decide to stop treatment, become depressed and so on. Stem cells are not a panacea treatment for all difficult diseases. Sometimes, it needs time to be effective. Sometimes it needs additional therapy or another try.

Despite this, stem cell therapy is an innovative and promising means of treatment. Swiss Medica testimonials from patients are really impressive and I think that it can be a great treatment option for those who have already lost the hope of achieving help through other ways of treatment (you can see more).

In conclusion, I would like to say, sometimes you have to be patient and believe in the best.

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