Heart and Kidney Stem Cell Center

Transforming the lives of patients with
Cardiovascular Disease and Chronic Kidney Disease

Welcome to the Heart and Kidney Stem Cell Center

Traditional treatments for Cardiovascular Disease and Chronic Kidney Disease often struggle to significantly enhance a patient’s quality of life. For those suffering from Cardiovascular Disease, conventional approaches involve long-term medication use to manage symptoms and underlying causes, as well as surgical interventions such as bypass surgery or angioplasty.

Unfortunately, these medications and surgeries can lead to side effects, resulting in complications and a diminished quality of life for patients. Additionally, patients may face ongoing challenges with lifestyle changes, dietary restrictions, and regular medical check-ups

Kidney patients, on the other hand, typically have fewer treatment options compared to heart patients. Those with late-stage kidney disease frequently undergo renal dialysis, which can be time-consuming, uncomfortable, and disruptive to daily life. Over time, these patients may require a kidney transplant, introducing a host of complications such as organ rejection, infection, and long-term dependence on immunosuppressive medications.

The Good News:

At the Heart and Kidney Stem Cell Center, we offer an integrative medical alternative to traditional medication and surgical approaches. In a hospital catheter lab, patients can receive specialized stem cells delivered directly to the heart and both kidneys. This innovative treatment has successfully benefited hundreds of patients, offering hope for those seeking a less invasive and more effective solution.

The treatment process begins with a personalized evaluation to determine if the patient is a suitable candidate. Our experienced team of medical professionals will review the patient’s medical history, perform necessary tests, and thoroughly discuss the potential benefits and risks of the procedure. If the patient qualifies, the cardiovascular or kidney program can be completed in just 5 days.

Upon receiving the patient’s medical information, we will assess their condition or request additional testing and information as needed. Our goal is to ensure that our stem cell therapy is the right fit for each individual, maximizing the chances of success and improvement in their condition.

Some reported benefits of our stem cell treatment include:

  • Improved quality of life and overall well-being
  • Increased ability to exercise and engage in daily activities
  • Enhanced sexual function, leading to better relationships and self-esteem
  • Reduction in medication usage, minimizing side effects and long-term costs
  • Avoidance of surgery, reducing risks and recovery times
  • For dialysis patients, a decrease in the frequency of treatments and associated medications
  • For late-stage kidney patients, the potential to avoid dialysis altogether, offering a more sustainable and less burdensome alternative

By offering a groundbreaking alternative to conventional treatments, the Heart and Kidney Stem Cell Center is dedicated to transforming the lives of patients with Cardiovascular Disease and Chronic Kidney Disease. Our experienced team is committed to providing personalized care and support, ensuring that each patient has the best possible chance for improved health and quality of life.

Case Studies

A Heart Rejuvenated Case Study

Remarkable Improvement in Cardiomyopathy with Stem Cell Treatment
A 65-year-old man from Thailand had a condition called dilated cardiomyopathy, which made his heart weak and enlarged. He had been on multiple diuretics for over two years after a normal angiography, but his heart’s ejection fraction (pumping ability) was less than 35% even with the strongest dose of medications.
After getting his first stem cell treatment through a procedure called coronary artery catheterization, his ejection fraction improved to 45%. He got two more treatments after 3 and 6 months, and his ejection fraction improved to 55%.
Now, he doesn’t have any symptoms.

Transforming Dialysis Case Study

A Remarkable Recovery from Kidney and Heart Disease
A 42-year-old man from Malaysia with severe kidney disease needed dialysis three times a week and had trouble breathing when he exercised. Doctors found out he had heart disease and a possible blockage.
He had a procedure called angiography to look at his heart and found a 90% blockage in the LAD artery. The doctors did another procedure called angioplasty to open the blockage and put stem cells in both of his kidney arteries.
A month later, he only needed dialysis once a week and didn’t have any chest pain or trouble breathing when exercising.

This change saved him about 150 days of time in the hospital per year and cut down his costs dramatically.