Stem Cell IV Therapy Delivered to You: How it Works

Stem cell IV therapy has considerable regenerative potential throughout your entire body. At-home treatments of this innovative new therapy can repair damaged tissue, help manage chronic pain and disease, and regenerate cells throughout your body for long-term heath, all in the comfort of your home, hotel, or office.

Overview

  • Stem cells are non-specialized cells that have the potential to promote healthy new cell growth throughout your body.
  • Our FDA-compliant stem cell treatments are carefully sourced and processed under the highest standards.
  • Stem cells have great therapeutic potential across a wide variety of health conditions.
  • In-home IV stem cell treatments are a convenient way to enjoy the regenerative benefits of stem cells.

What are Stem Cells?

stem cell IV treatmentStem cells are non-specialized cells, meaning that they do not initially have a specific function but can become any type of cell in your body. This versatility means they can promote new tissue growth and repair. Stem cells can continue dividing and growing after treatment, where they can create additional stem cells or become specialized cells and continue regenerating tissues throughout your body.

Stem cells are a source of interest in regenerative medicine. While your body has a natural repair mechanism, there are limits as to what it can do. Stem cells have the potential to make repairs and regenerate damaged tissue when your body’s capability and traditional medicine have reached their limit.

Stem cell IV therapy is an innovative treatment that can benefit individuals with chronic pain, chronic diseases, degenerative diseases, and more.

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What Can Stem Cell IV Therapy Treat?

NAD supplementThere are many potential sources of stem cells; Drip Hydration uses FDA-compliant stem cells which are collected safely following strict protocols and processed for use in regenerative medicine.

Stem cells are a “…rich source of hematopoietic stem cells (HSCs) and MSCs, which possess enormous regeneration potential…”. In addition, the extraction process is non-invasive and safe. You can learn more about FDA regulations for stem cell treatments here.

Unlike injections of stem cells, which are used to target specific areas such as an injury or a problematic joint for localized healing, stem cells administered intravenously have the potential to reach every organ in your body. Since stem cells can become any type of cell in your body, there is almost limitless potential as to the application of this innovative treatment.

During treatment, stem cells travel through your bloodstream and become available to organs and tissues throughout your body. Stem cells naturally seek out damage in your body, so when they reach their destination, stem cells becomes the type of cell in the area, where they promote healthy cell function and repair.

Stem cells hold considerable potential as to the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases. There are many ongoing studies for applications in improving the outcomes of or reversing Alzheimer’s Disease, and researchers are optimistic about the future applications of stem cells for treating Alzheimer’s Disease.

Stem cells have been studied as a potential way to repair damaged tissue after stroke, repairing the heart after a heart attack, and in the management of the symptoms of chronic pain. Stem cell injections have regenerated cartilage in the knee and improved joint mobility and function when used as a treatment for osteoarthritis. Stem cells may assist in managing type 1 diabetes by helping bone marrow produce insulin, a hormone that is necessary for proper metabolic function.

In addition to these roles, stem cells appear to play a role in “…neural, myocardial and osteogenic regeneration, as well as in wound healing…”. Stem cells may also improve symptoms of “…spinal myelitis, systemic lupus erythematosus, Hodgkin’s lymphoma, and congenital neuropathies”.

Stem cell IV therapy may improve a variety of symptoms associated with age and chronic disease, including:

  • Energy levels and stamina
  • Muscle strength and tone
  • Symptoms of arthritis
  • Symptoms of joint pain (eg. back, shoulder, elbow, knee, hip, ankle, hand and wrist)
  • Injuries from sports or accidents
  • Skin tone and facial appearance
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Female sexual dysfunction
  • Peripheral and diabetic neuropathy
  • Promote hair growth

Stem cell IV therapy has the potential to improve a wide range of conditions and promote cellular regeneration, but there is no single ‘right’ path for everyone. Our medical director will consult with you to develop a treatment plan tailored to your individual health goals and medical history.

How Stem Cell IV Therapy Works

Stem Cell IV therapy works much the same as any other type of IV treatment. A RN will arrive at your home with everything needed for the appointment. The nurse will insert an IV line that is attached to the infusion bag of saline solution and stem cells. The bag will then be hung above your head since IV therapy bags are designed to let gravity carry the fluid into your veins.

You can watch your favorite show or movie, work remotely, or socialize during the appointment. Your nurse will stay with you during the appointment and watch for any adverse effects. Our treatment takes 30 – 45 minutes to administer and is delivered directly to you in the comfort of your home, office, or hotel.

In-Home Stem Cell IV Therapy with Drip Hydration

In-home stem cell IV therapy is the latest advance in the field of regenerative medicine. Drip Hydration is thrilled to offer at-home appointments for your convenience.

Have questions? Want to know if IV stem cell therapy is right for you? Give us a call. We’re more than happy to answer anything you want to know about this innovative therapy.

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Stem Cell & Exosome IV Therapy - Frequently Asked Questions

How can Stem Cell IV therapy help you?

Stem cell IV therapy is a way to promote healing and repair damaged tissue throughout the body. By delivering high-quality, mesenchymal stem cells directly into the bloodstream, stem cell IV therapy can provide targeted treatment for a variety of injuries and conditions, including chronic pain, arthritis, cognitive functions and more.

Additionally, stem cell IV therapy can support overall health and well-being by providing essential vitamins and nutrients that can boost the immune system and promote healing.

At Drip Hydration, our stem cell IV therapy treatments are administered by trained medical professionals and use only the highest quality stem cells sourced from trusted suppliers.

Is Stem Cell IV Therapy Safe?

There are different safety considerations for stem cells depending on their origin.

Stem cells from a patient’s own body (eg. bone marrow or adipose tissue) do not carry the risk of immune rejection. Stem cells from birth tissue may be rejected by the patient’s body and cause adverse reactions.

The purity of the stem cells used for IV stem cell therapy will reduce the chance of immune rejection. Our birth tissue-derived stem cells have undergone stringent testing and screening prior to accepting them for use to ensure both the effectiveness and safety of the procedure. Few patients report adverse effects following treatment.

Regardless of the source of the stem cells, there is a very small chance of infection from the procedure itself. That’s why our registered nurses are trained in administering IV treatments for your optimal safety and comfort.

How Is An IV Dose Determined?

Unlike some clinics, which base their dose on the patient’s weight, we only have one type of infusion. Our infusion contains 4.2cc of stem cells (approximately 40 million cells).

How to Book an Appointment?

Unlike other IV treatments, a consultation is required prior to stem cell IV therapy. Our medical director evaluates potential patients during a preliminary consultation to determine whether stem cell IV treatment is right for them.

Where Do You Source Your Stem Cells From?

Our stem cells come from Chara Biologics, a trusted specialist in regenerative medicine. They carefully vet, screen, and source their stem cells from donors in the United States. They follow strict protocols to collect and process the stem cells to preserve the integrity and purity of the stem cells. These protocols help ensure that the stem cells are both high-quality and safe for our patients.

How Does At-Home Stem Cell IV Therapy Work?

During a stem cell IV treatment, one of our registered nurses arrives at the patient’s location with all the necessary equipment for the appointment. The patient will then sit in a comfortable location while the nurse administers the IV line into one of the patient’s arms.

The IV treatment itself takes about 60 minutes, during which time the patient can read, watch a show, browse social media, or even work. The nurse remains with the patient during the entire appointment to monitor the IV and answer questions. Once the IV has been administered, the nurse packs the equipment and departs. Patients can contact Drip Hydration with any further questions or concerns at any time.

What Are The Potential Side Effects Of IV Stem Cell Therapy?

Side effects are very rare due to the quality of the stem cells that we use. Potential side effects include sneezing, sniffling, watery eyes, chest tightness, shortness of breath, malaise, or low-grade fever. These side effects generally go away within 1 - 3 days of treatment.

How Often Do I need To Have Stem Cell IV Therapy?

The frequency of a patient’s stem cell IV therapy treatment depends on several factors. For example, a single injury may only require treatment until the injury has healed. A chronic condition, on the other hand, may need ongoing treatment. Our medical director consults with every patient to develop a customized treatment plan tailored to the patient’s health needs and desired health outcome.

Are The Stem Cells In A Single Treatment From One Or Multiple Donors?

The stem cells in a single treatment are from one donor.

How Long Will It Take Before I Feel The Effects Of IV Stem Cell Treatment?

The area being treated plays a large part in how quickly a patient feels the effect of treatment. For instance, a person may notice pain relief more quickly than someone getting treatment for tissue regeneration, since tissue repair naturally takes more time.

Is Exosome Therapy Safe?

Exosome therapy is considered safe, particularly since this is a non-cellular therapy. Exosomes are cell ‘messengers’, not stem cells. Therefore, this type of therapy does not come with the risk of the patient’s body rejecting treatment.

Is Exosome Therapy FDA Approved?

Exosome therapy is not yet FDA approved. However, our exosomes are collected and processed under strict guidelines in an FDA-approved facility.

Is Stem Cell Therapy FDA Approved?

No, our stem cell therapy is not FDA approved. However, our supplier processes their stem cells in an FDA-approved laboratory and adheres to cGMP (current good manufacturing practice) guidelines for quality assurance.

What Kind Of Cells Are In Drip Hydration’s Stem Cell IV Treatment?

Our stem cells are Meschenymal Stem Cells, which can become different types of tissue throughout the body.

Is There Any Risk Of Immune Rejection Following Treatment?

Yes, there is a small chance that the patient’s immune system will reject the stem cells following treatment.

What Are The Potential Side Effects Of Exosome Therapy?

Exosome therapy is injected into your bloodstream, so the most common side effects are the same as with any type of injection - mild swelling, redness, and/or bruising at the injection site.

Rarely, patients may experience a mild fever or headache that typically resolves within 24 hours.

What’s The Difference Between Exosomes And Stem Cells?

Exosomes and stem cells both promote healing throughout your body, but they are very different. Exosomes are vesicles that carry messages between cells in order to help your body function normally. Stem cells are undifferentiated cells that can become any type of cell in the body.

As a non-cellular therapy, exosome treatment can be valuable for individuals who do not want to receive cell-based therapy for personal reasons.

How Often Do You Need To Get Exosome Treatment

There are no set guidelines for dosing or frequency of exosome treatment. We personalize treatments to the individual’s health and recovery goals, meaning that no two plans are the same.

Since everyone is different, we regularly assess patients to evaluate when they need a booster treatment to maintain optimal results.

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