The Ethical Stem Cell Therapy Solution
How’s stem cell therapy done? Did you know that after the age of 20, your stem cell population drop off so considerably; that by the time you’re 50’s and up, you have virtually no stem cell at all?
Dr. Dennis Courtney has a passion for teaching and informing. He is excited to help people learn the truth about their health options and “lose their vulnerability” to stem cell misinformation.
According to Dennis, every single one of us has stem cells in our bodies. There are over 600 stem cell clinics in the USA and about 99.9% of these clinics use autologous stem cells. An Autologous stem cell means that the stem cell is coming from a person and is giving it back to that same person. Thus, the individual, in other words, is both the donor and recipient of the cell.
“There are two observations can be made to sum up the current stem cell climate in the USA: 1. The public is confused about stem cells and doesn’t know it. 2. The medical profession is equally confused and does know it.”
-Dr. Dennis Courtney
The Autologous Stem Cell
There are three body fluids that are used to be the donor source for the autologous cell.
- Blood: The procedure is referred to as platelet-rich plasma
- Fats: This is the most-used source to harvest stem cell from
- Bone-marrow: This is rarely done as an office procedure but rather reserved for as a hospital procedure.
Dr. Courtney has two specialties: First, his eye program. Dennis helps eye patients whose case seem to be incurable. He recovers their vision without using surgery. Dr. Courtney also specializes in stem cell therapies. He was the first to use stem cells in the treatment of eye disease in the U.S. “My intention is to provide you with the hopes and aspirations concerning your eye disease that your eye doctor has never been able to discuss with you.”