Conditions Appropriate for Stem Cell Therapy | Okyanos Cell Therapy

Stored in your adipose (fat) tissue is a type of stem cell medically known as mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs). These cells could be likened to small “physicians” who diagnose and correct individual areas of the body in need of special attention. They are also commonly referred to as “repair cells” for their ability to heal injured organs or body parts by accelerating tissue repair and regeneration, decreasing inflammation as well as increasing blood flow through the growth of new blood vessels.

With Okyanos Cell Therapy, your body’s own natural repair mechanisms are put to work to address chronic disease for an improved quality of life. Some of the disease categories appropriate for stem cell therapy include:



Stem cell therapy addresses inflammation and scarring, and can help repair or replace damaged cartilage, joints and tissue.

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Okyanos Cell Therapy can halt destructive immune responses and restore the body’s level of function in diseases like MS, lupus and others.

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Okyanos stem cell therapy is appropriate for some neurological diseases such as Parkinson’s Disease, Alzheimer’s as well as traumatic brain injuries.

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Heart Disease

Okyanos cardiac cell therapy targets the restoration of blood flow to the heart and repairs damaged heart tissue caused by heart attack or ischemic and non-ischemic heart disease.

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Chronic Wounds

Adult stem cells have the ability to repair and replace damaged tissue. As such, this treatment is appropriate for some ulcers, chronic wounds and radiation burns.

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Cell therapy can improve breathing and repair damaged airways through the application of clinically demonstrated mechanisms of adult stem cells.

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