Our mission is to transform the practice of regenerative neurology by providing physicians and their patients with the knowledge and technologies needed without invasive surgery.
The Cell Surgical Network is pioneering breakthroughs in stem cell technology and therapy, transforming the medical landscape and offering your patients a better quality of life.
In order to make stem cell therapy a compelling alternative to surgery, we equip you with the knowledge and tools to incorporate stem cell therapy into your practice.
Innovative Solutions for Neurological Conditions
Multiple sclerosis is a debilitating neurological disease that causes the myelin sheaths around the axons of the brain and spinal cord to be destroyed. As a result of this damage, signal conduction can be disrupted, leading to various neurological issues. The exact cause of neurological disorders remains uncertain, but our relentless pursuit of innovative therapies seeks to minimize their impact through the use of cell therapy’s regenerative properties.
Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia
Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive neurodegenerative disorder that falls under the broader category of dementia. It is characterized by the gradual and irreversible decline in cognitive functions, including memory, reasoning, and language. Alzheimer’s disease primarily affects neurological tissue on a cellular level through the accumulation of abnormal protein aggregates in the brain, such as amyloid plaques and tau tangles, which disrupt the communication between neurons and lead to their dysfunction and eventual death. As the disease advances, brain atrophy occurs, resulting in widespread neuronal loss and the subsequent deterioration of cognitive abilities, ultimately robbing individuals of their independence and ability to perform daily tasks. Personal cell therapy looks to use autologous stem cells to help heal this degenerative disease at its root and repair the injured cells leading to cognitive decline.
Concussion and Traumatic Brain Injury
Concussion and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) occur when the brain is displaced beyond the cerebral spinal fluid that it sits in, crashing into the rigid bone of the skull. This causes sheering of neuronal cells and neurovasculature, which can result in numerous clinical symptoms from drowsiness, dizziness, brain fog, fatigue and more.
The Cell Surgical Network has pioneered an innovative approach to concussion and TBI, which relies upon the ability of your own personal stem cells to home in to sites of inflammation, modulate the immediate immune response, and ability to repair injured cellular damage such as the blood vessels, microglia and other neural tissue.
Parkinson’s Disease is a progressive condition that affects the central nervous system, and there is currently no cure available for this disease. To address this challenging condition, we developed a method for harnessing the regenerative power of stem cells using stromal vascular fractions (SVF) enriched with mesenchymal stem cells and growth factors. Using this innovative approach, individuals with Parkinson’s Disease are offered new avenues for symptom management and slowing the progression of the disease.
Muscular dystrophy is a complex disease characterized by progressive muscle weakness and tissue damage. Using SVF’s regenerative properties, we could potentially regenerate injured muscle tissue. This technique can potentially restore muscle function and slow the progression of muscular dystrophy, thereby providing renewed hope for those suffering from this debilitating disease.
As a result of stroke, an ailment that affects millions of people each year, ischemic brain damage can occur. Promoting long-term healing after an ischemic brain injury is crucial, and we are investigating how mesenchymal stem cells can help. Our research into the application of mesenchymal stem cells represents a significant advance in post-stroke care since they offer the potential to enhance the brain’s natural healing process and improve long-term outcomes for stroke survivors, contributing to their rehabilitation and quality of life.
Degenerative nerve disorders, such as peripheral neuropathy, affect the hands and feet, often due to various causes. It can be challenging to manage its painful symptoms, and mesenchymal stem cells may offer hope for cases resistant to medical therapy.
Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury
In the case of partial or incomplete spinal cord injuries, CSN is currently investigating the use of stromal vascular fractions to help repair the damage. Considering stem cells alone cannot reverse scar tissue formation alone, every case is evaluated individually to determine whether it qualifies for regenerative therapy. We have developed a tailored solution for spinal cord injury patients using the stromal vascular fraction customization approach. This solution could assist with the regeneration of damaged tissue and improve functional outcomes while also addressing scar tissue formation, bringing patients seeking enhanced recovery options renewed hope.
Join Cell Surgical Network
Become a part of the Cell Surgical Network and advance medical care through cutting-edge stem cell technology. Joining our physician network gives you access to the expertise and technology that can transform lives. By working together, we can offer patients an alternative to surgery that has the potential to heal affected areas of the body and help them recover. The best care for your patients can make a profound difference in their lives, and we can help make that happen. Get in touch with us today to learn how you can transform your practice and offer your patients a brighter, non-surgical future.