Cell Therapy Procedure

Doctor Procedure

Dr. Bausch with a nurse

Cell therapy works on the principle of ‘like for like’. If you want to revitalise the lungs, you use lung cells. If you want to regenerate the heart, you use heart cells. To rejuvenate the liver, you use liver cells and so on. It is a treatment that uses functional cells of animal foetuses and young animals. Lyophilised cells are suspended in an aqueous, intramuscular-injectable non-tissue-invasive solution. These cell preparations are sterile, long lasting, and of measurable doses. They are specifically used to treat those conditions related to diminished organ performance. The therapy performed with lyophilised cells is a reconstruction treatment, not one of those stimulation treatments that improve the patient in a first stage, but later weaken the patient even more. Its curative effect can last for years, usually one to five depending on the severity of the condition, the patient’s exposure to the environment, stress and other external factors. Only on a very rare occasion is it needed to re-treat 6 months after the original treatment, as success rates are very high. The therapeutic effect often manifests itself after a few days in active patients, and after some weeks in other cases, resulting in a reduction of the disease’s symptoms and an improvement in physical and mental performance. The treatment will therefore make the patient look and feel healthier, increasing their general feeling of wellbeing.

The first step of our procedure is to send interested patients’ medical records to our Chief Medical Officer, they are then evaluated and the best treatment to move forward with is decided upon. Our institute employs world leaders in cell therapy who have pioneered its use throughout the world, researching and developing many new techniques that have increased the success rates of cell therapy treatments greatly. Before any injections are performed on a patient, they will undergo extensive medical tests including an ECG and a physical examination, ensuring that any risk is minimal when injecting. The injections are intra-muscularly injected into the buttock muscles where they will diffuse into the vessels of the body and travel to the desired organs. The body will automatically recognise the type of cell injected and it will be transported to the right location and it can begin the rejuvenation process.

Patients must be aware that cell therapy is followed by 3 different phases of effects:

•Immediate effect:

After injections, the soluble components of the cell suspension are immediately absorbed by the body, which can lead to a brief improvement of complaints and increased vitality, but also fatigue. In rare cases, mild temporary reactions can be observed, such as a slight raise of body temperature, or a mild local inflammation at the injection site. These immediate effects last for 1-2 days before a transition occurs to the latency phase.

•Latency phase:

This is a period of “biological immunocompromised reaction” of approximately two weeks. This indicates the injected cells are integrating the patient’s body. In older people, the latency period can be longer. A few patients report that they feel tired and fatigued during this period. These patients represent a minority, as most patients have no complaints and experience the desired effect soon after treatment.

•Regeneration phase:

Effects can be felt or seen while body systems and organs are revitalised, such as improvement in the general health and vitality of the patient, as well as a significant increase in physical and mental capacity. Impaired organ functions can improve or even normalise. The effect of the treatment can, depending on each patient, last between six months to some years. The treatment has a general regenerative and revitalising effect on the whole organism and is not comparable to simple short-term stimulation.

Vial with needle

Each patient will undergo a series of 8 to 12 injections, which will contain varieties of organ cells carefully selected by our Chief Medical Officer after the review of medical records. We take the approach of multiple organ cell injection because no disease affects only one organ. From a general standpoint, the affected organs have a lower efficiency, this puts unwanted strain and stress on other organs as they try to make up for a damaged organ, in turn causing them to suffer negative effects over time if no rejuvenation takes place. Our approach ensures that the body returns to its full vitality and is part of our aim to provide the best possible recovery for our patients, with all organs being subject to new cells and a rejuvenation process of their own. Once the cells have reached their desired locations, they will diffuse into the organs cells and convey rejuvenating messages.

Throughout the procedure our main focus is on the patient, taking every step and precaution to ensure his or her safety and wellbeing. The treatments are completed to highest medical standards available, surpassing the already high standards and regulations the German government demands. There will always be a physician close by to answer any questions patients may have, helping them feel at ease during the entire procedure. The less stress the body experiences the better for the healing process, staff will make it as stress free an environment as possible. This in turn gives the procedure the best chance of achieving its maximum potential and regenerative effects on the body.

Please feel free to contact us with any questions, we will be happy to answer and help in any way we can.