Stem Cell Therapy

Stem Cell Therapy

The innovative minds behind Agape believe in harnessing the power of medical advancements and technologies to reduce pain and improve quality of life. Our stem cell therapy is an integral part of that. This form of regenerative medicine focuses on generating new, healthy cells that repair and replace older, damaged cells and create fresh tissue that heals injuries and reduces pain. Stem cell therapy is an emerging treatment in the regenerative medicine world, with revolutionary potential for persistent pain, discomfort, and immobility.

How does it work?

At Agape, either Dr. Williams or Dr. Franklin inject stem cells from umbilical cord tissue into the affected area. These new and growing stem cells can develop into any cell. Since this is a precise injection at the source, this regenerative medicine therapy aims to conduct the stem cells to grow into the same cell type as the damaged cells. As a result, the new stem cells can generate and support the damaged cells and provide pain relief.

Why should you choose Agape for Stem Cell Therapy?

Dr. Williams and Dr. Franklin are passionate, outstanding, and precise medical doctors with years of knowledge and experience. Our Agape team gives you the reliability, trust, and confidence you need to explore new options for pain relief. In addition, our doctors carefully chose our stem cell therapy because umbilical cord cells are less likely to induce immunological reactions, making them perfect for donation and future growth in the body to help you heal faster. As a result, Agape provides innovative regenerative medicine therapies that change how pain and injuries are treated, change the way your body works, and ultimately, change the way you enjoy life.

 Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)

Another option we offer here at Agape is Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) injections. Stem Cell Therapy and PRP are similar in many ways. It integrates nutritional elements into the body to repair damaged tissue and relieve pain. However, PRP uses your blood and platelets to promote healing, creating a circular regeneration process, unlike stem cell therapy.