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Cellular Healing Blog

Thoughts on stem cell therapy, and more, from Dr. Edward Loniewski.

Is Adipose Derived Stem Cell Therapy Safe and effective?

The short answer is yes, but let me explain the basic science behind this therapy and what it will and more importantly, what it won't do. Stem cells can be found in any tissue in the human body and we constantly use them to stimulate a regenerative process in our tissues every minute of the day.  Stem cells can be harvested from many sites including bone marrow, synovial tissue, blood, skin, and fat.

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What is the Process for Stem Cell?

You may be interested in stem cell therapy for arthritis but you are wondering  “What do I have to do in this process?”   “What can I expect?”  or even “How much time and effort is involved on my part.?”      Humans are natural planners.  We plan for upcoming holidays.  We plan for our retirements.  We plan trips and we even plan other people’s lives such as an aging parent.   So, asking these questions is a normal process of our lives. Thus, I am going to try to paint a picture of what is involved. 

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Why You Need Nitric Oxide!

Nitric Oxide May Be The Most Important Supplement You Never Knew About

By:  Edward G. Loniewski, DO, FACOS, FAOAO 

Nitric Oxide (not nitrous oxide which is laughing gas) is one of those supplements not many people have heard about such as vitamin C or D.  However, it is by far one of the most important supplements we need to provide optimal health especially for those contemplating a stem cell therapy.

What is Nitric Oxide?

Nitric Oxide, abbreviated NO, naturally occurs in our body and is very important to many biochemical pathways in our bodies. These pathways include:

  • Cardiovascular regulation of blood pressure 
  • Relaxation of important vessels of the heart
  • Prevention of platelet aggregation and development of blood clots 
  • Neurotransmitter for cell to cell communication 
  • Increasing blood flow to the brain
  • Improving erectile dysfunction 
  • Dilating lung vessels 
  • Regulating the control of smooth muscles of the gastrointestinal system 
  • Increasing blood flow to the kidneys
  • Modulating t-cell immune system
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The Ideal Candidate

At Cellular Healing, our goal is to ensure that every patient who truly needs stem cell therapy receives treatment in a way that is most beneficial for them. If you would like to see all of our current options, please view our Arthritis Decision Sheet below.

If our team really believes you will not benefit from cell based therapy, we will be honest and tell you right away. Although the following is not a complete list, it is a general guideline to help you understand whom may be the ideal candidate for this procedure. Our goal is to recommend the best form or treatment for you based on numerous factors. Here are some factors we evaluate to find the best treatment for your specific and special condition:

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Why Does My Knee Snap and Crack?

By: Edward G. Loniewski, DO, FACOS, FAOAO at Rehabilitation Physicians, PC in Novi and Howell, Michigan . Ph: 248-893-3200.

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Enhanced PRP Most Affordable Even When Other Treatments Fail.

by : Edward G. Loniewski, DO, FACOS, FAOAO

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Are your knees on fire? We have a solution.

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“My knees are on fire” my wife said to me the other month when we were on a shopping marathon. I used to think she was a bit dramatic, but now I totally respect her very keen perception of what was happening in her knee. Researchers from Cambridge University found that thin, diseased joint fluid from arthritic knees causes activation of the same nerve fibers found in your mouth when you eat hot peppers.[1] Researchers took the thinned and damaged synovial fluid from human volunteers with known arthritis and compared it to synovial fluid from normal cadaver knees without arthritis. First they found that the fluid from the arthritic knee had lost its normal properties to cushion and lubricate the joint. However, when they placed it with some nerves taken from mice, they found that the damaged joint fluid from arthritic knees stimulated the same nerve we have in our mouths when eating hot peppers. This nerve is called the TRPV1 receptor sometimes known as the capsaicin receptor because it senses the heat of spicy food and gives us the feeling that something is hot or scalding. As much as I hate to admit it, my wife was totally right. Her knee did feel like it was on fire!

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