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Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an unpredictable, often disabling disease of the central nervous system (CNS) that disrupts the flow of information within the brain, and between the brain and body. According to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, the disease is thought to affect more than 2.3 million people worldwide, that number may be a significant under estimate since MS is not a reportable disease and no centralized reporting system exists at this time. Also, MS can be difficult to diagnose. Since there is no single test for MS, the diagnosis can be missed, delayed or even incorrect.

In MS, the immune system malfunctions destroying the myelin which is the fatty substance that coats and protects nerve fibers in the brain and spinal cord.  Often times, the myelin is compared to the insulation coating that surrounds electrical wires.  When the surrounding protective myelin is damaged and the nerve fibers are exposed, the messages traveling along the nerve become slow or potentially blocked.  In some cases, the nerve becomes damaged.


Adult stem cells are potentially the most diverse and effective healing agents ever known and have been proven to treat an astounding variety of conditions, ranging from injuries to chronic, debilitating diseases. Over million adult stem cell treatments and counting have been perform and many have improved health and quality of life for patients with unmet clinical needs.

Groundbreaking research related to adult stem cell therapy for slowing MS disease and for repairing damage to the nervous system has shown much progress.  At Stem Cell Research Centre, our staff has personally witnessed how the use of adipose-derived stem cells (from fat tissue) have improved the quality of life of many patients seen for Multiple Sclerosis. We’ve felt inspired by how these patients have responded to Stem Cell Research Centre’s integrated healthcare approach to treatment for Multiple Sclerosis.

Stem cells are highly potent healing agents in the body and have shown therapeutic effects through a wide range of modalities.  We frequently hear from patients who are extremely grateful for the relief and improved quality of life they have experienced following stem cell therapy for Multiple Sclerosis.

With all treatment options for Multiple Sclerosis, it is essential to address the underlying cause of autoimmunity through modulating the immune system in addition to repairing damaged neurological tissue. The primary causes contributing to the progression of Multiple Sclerosis is due to the body’s autoimmune attack against the central nervous system causing damage to the nerve fibers and their protective myelin sheath, resulting in demyelination. Groundbreaking research indicates adipose-derived stem cells have the potential to address these two main causes that contribute to the progression of Multiple Sclerosis by inhibiting the immune attack against the central nervous system and stimulating regeneration damaged tissue in the body.  Adipose-derived stem cell treatment has the ability to address both fundamental causes of the disease by selectively homing to areas in the body of damaged tissue and repair function and healing.

According to research, adipose-derived stem cells have the potential to be excellent candidates for treatment for Multiple Sclerosis for two main reasons:

  • Known for their potency, adipose stem cells have been shown in research studies to repair damaged neurons and to regenerate lost myelin.
  • Adipose stem cells contain high concentrations of beneficial components with anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory properties and have the potential to suppress inflammatory reactions and slow inflammation.


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We often hear from patients who are extremely grateful for the relief they have experienced following adipose-derived stem cell treatment.  Patients have reported the following improved quality of life benefits associated with Multiple Sclerosis:

  • Increased Balance and Coordination
  • Reduction or Elimination of Numbness and Tingling Sensations
  • Increased Energy & Endurance
  • Improved Focus and Concentration
  • Reduction or Elimination of Muscle Spasms
  • Increased Mobility and Range of Motion
  • Improved Bladder Function
  • Reduction or Elimination of Chronic or Acute pain
  • Increased Muscle Strength
  • Improved Memory
  • Speech Improvement
  • Reduction or Elimination of Depression
  • Improved Vision Impairment or Loss
  • Increased Sexual Function
  • Reduction or Elimination of Headaches
  • Improved Sense of Touch


Through customized, targeted stem cell treatment plans, our goal is to offer patients access to adult stem cell treatment that has the potential to significantly improve one’s quality of life. Stem cell therapy consists of a very simple and brief liposuction procedure where the patient’s adipose (fat) tissue is extracted from patient’s body in our AAAHC accredited surgical center by accomplished board certified physicians.  Through our proprietary protocols, the adipose tissue is then processed by laboratory technicians in our on-site state-of-the-art laboratory. The stem cells are then comfortably infused back into the patient’s body, which takes place in a comprehensive one-day outpatient procedure in our distinguished stem cell treatment facility.


Currently, Multiple Sclerosis medications only offer treatment and therapy for the symptoms of the disease.  These drugs may help with symptoms, but only at the expense of serious, often life-endangering side effects.

Unfortunately, there is no standard medical treatment for the two main causes that contribute to the progression of the disease which include the body’s autoimmune attack against the central nervous system, and the resulting demyelination. Majority of MS drugs focus on addressing symptoms for only one of the primary causes of progression. Current MS drugs are designed to suppress, alter, or slow down the activity of the body’s immune system; however, these drugs do not address the regeneration of the lost myelin.

Stem cell therapy has been shown to help both primary causes of the disease progression by repairing and regenerating damaged tissue, modulating the immune system and slowing down inflammation. In the near future, it is anticipated that stem cell treatment will potentially surpass conventional drug therapy.


Adipose-derived stem cells, also known as mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) have shown therapeutic benefits for treating Multiple Sclerosis. Adult mesenchymal stem cells are found in several places throughout the body including adipose tissue, also known as your fat tissue.  Adipose tissue includes a variety of cell types which includes the stromal-vascular fraction (SVF).  The SVF contains an abundant amount of stem cells called adipose-derived stem cells and also contains high concentrations of other very beneficial components (T-regulatory cells, preadipocytes, endothelial precursor cells, anti-inflammatory macrophage) with robust anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory properties.

Known to be very potent, adipose-derived stem cells have the capacity to differentiate into various specialized cells in our body.  They have the unique ability to produce additional cells which help other stem cells function properly and have the ability to selectively hone into areas in the body of injured tissue and repair functionality



Stem Cell Research Centre is referring to the above research merely to share important information relating to Multiple Sclerosis, stem cells and stem cell therapies. The research is not endorsed by Stem Cell Research Centre and should not be construed as statements made by it. Some research referred to above does not represent the treatment provided by Stem Cell Research Centre.

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