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Many famous people like Mel Gibson and athletes like Tiger Woods and Bartolo Colon have used adult stem cells to treat joint pain and injury. The adjacent video is Mel Gibson discussing his experience with adult stem cells to treat his painful shoulder issue. This stem cell treatment is available in Bangkok, Thailand now.
Patient Testimonials
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Doctors injected stem cells into pitcher Bartolo Colon's injured arm.
The 37-year-old Yankee is now pitching like he did when he was a younger man, leading some to question whether banned substances, such as human growth hormone, were involved. Can injecting some stem cells into a damaged joint really help that much?
Show Scientists The Road
Thailand is fascinated with "roadmaps", but when it comes to life-or-death matters like regenerative science, the country has none.

December 2017

Osteo testimionial from a patient treated by adult stem cells and PRP that lives in Vietnam but came to Bangkok, Thailand for treatment.

Hi Bangkok Stem Cells Team,

I just couldn’t wait to tell you the fantastic news! Today I walked for more than an hour for the first time in several years. It was more than 4km!

And two days ago I also walked for an hour around an old city in Vietnam, on uneven surfaces which has always been more difficult for me.

It’s incredible how unused all my walking muscles are. The only thing that stopped me walking further today was not my knee, but all the muscles I was using to walk which have been dormant for such a long time. I’m also doing yoga every day and this seems to be helping too.

It’s amazing because before I tried these long walks, I was thinking that the stem cells hadn’t helped me at all. Now I realize it’s all the other problems to do with my hip and other muscles which have seized up because I haven’t been walking! And these seem to somehow impact on my ability to walk and pain associated with it. Just five days ago I lamented to Darrell that I didn’t think the stem cells had worked at all because I was hobbling along like an old, old woman.

Now I can’t wait to have the extra stem cell injection when I get back.

Anyway, let’s see how the next injection of my own cells go and how long the benefits last. It seems that nobody is quite sure yet how long the benefit lasts and that older stem cells may have short lived benefits. Do you know anything about this? I gather not because nobody has been doing it long enough to really know.

Anyway, thank you, thank you so much for giving me back my mobility! Even for some time, if not permanently

Have a great Christmas and New Year.


More patient testimonials are available for patients that got treated in Bangkok, Thailand using adult stem cells or Platelet Rich Plasma.

clinical evidence
Photoactivated Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy for a Osteo-Arthitis
A study by researchers from Hospital for Special Surgery has shown that platelet-rich plasma (PRP) holds great promise for treating patients with knee osteoarthritis. The treatment improved pain and function, and in up to 73% of patients, appeared to delay the progression of osteoarthritis, which is a progressive disease. The study appears online, ahead of print, in the Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine.
Photoactivated Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy for a Traumatic Knee Chondral Lesion
To evaluate the effect of combining photoactivation therapy with platelet-rich plasma injections in the treatment of a traumatic chondral lesion of the knee. A 38-year-old man presented with left-knee pain and swelling following a basketball injury.
Stem cell therapy for idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis: a protocol proposal
AdiStem Ltd. has been researching the effect of different monochromatic light intensities and frequencies in the colored spectrum on various human and animal cell populations such as mesenchyme stem cells and white blood cells.
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