When it comes to adequately and appropriately taking care of our health and wellbeing, it is more than fair to say that we often find ourselves in a state of constant growth and understanding. That is to say that there is always room for improvement. We are always learning and this is a fundamental truth that comes hand in hand with the imminent realisation that this constant pursuit of increased understanding is all about successfully making us more aware and informed - especially when it matters the most. Today, the constant drive for greater understanding is more pronounced and more transparent than ever.

The commitment to health and wellbeing is a commitment that is more alive and well than it has ever been. This is especially true in the case of treatments and therapies for various diseases and the like. Over the years, a steadily growing pool of research and studies has pointed definitively to a more acute understanding of our health, wellbeing, and overall quality of life. There have been many exceptional examples of evolution in motion in this sense, each of them worth their weight in gold and unique in and of themselves. Today, one of the most intriguing emerging therapies also happens to be one of the most controversial. 

Introducing Stem Cell Therapy

Stem Cell Therapy is a still relatively fresh therapy that is designed and intended to assist and encourage the prevention of various health issues. Defined as “ the use of stem cells to treat or prevent a disease or condition. As of 2016, the only established therapy using stem cells is hematopoietic stem cell transplantation. This usually takes the form of a bone marrow transplantation, but the cells can also be derived from umbilical cord blood”, stem cell therapy is literally all about utilising our literal cells as a form of therapy to heal and protect our bodies from various health ailments. 

Understanding Stem Cell Therapy

Stem cells are essentially “blank slate” cells, which means that they are cells that have the built-in capability to become multiple different types of cells within the body. The ideal is that stem cells are then able to repair or entirely replace damaged tissues in the body. Ideally, this would eliminate the need for surgery. The stem cells are injected or otherwise inserted into the problematic area of the body, where they essentially mirror the cells of that part of the body, working their magic to essentially bridge the gaps that pop up in various health ailments. The science behind stem cell therapy is remarkable, however it is still very much a work in progress.

Furthering Stem Cell Therapy 

Today, healthcare and medical operations like The Regenerative Clinic are working towards assisting individuals in successfully achieving a more sound understanding of stem cell therapy and all that it makes possible. There are certainly challenges that have yet to be overcome, however the past and current progress towards the in-depth understanding of stem cell therapy and its role in the future of treatment and therapy in healthcare and medicine has proven to be nothing short of promising (to say the least and for the most part). The best is (hopefully) yet to come and that is something to be celebrated and encouraged tenfold. 

Author's Bio: 

Craig Lebrau is the CMO of Media Insider, a Wyoming-based PR company that aims to disrupt the way companies communicate their brand in the digital era.