The Disease-Specific Regenerative Medicine Program (DSRM) aims to stop the progression of disease and reverse disease whenever possible. DSRM uses the latest scientific evidence to provide treatments with the highest likelihood of benefiting patients afflicted by a wide range of diseases including neurological, cardiac, pulmonary, endocrine, autoimmune issues among others. DSRM utilizes unique combinations of Biologics including Stem Cells, Growth Factors and Biomolecules to provide the most advanced treatments possible. All treatment approaches are based on evidence based science, which offers our patients real value based on real science. It is this up-to-date connection to every relevant scientific discovery and progress which sets AIRMS apart from other clinics. AIRMS doctors work at the cutting edge of scientific progress and are not only aware of every new discovery in this space, but also global leaders in training and teaching subjects in Regenerative Medicine and Surgery.
Parkinson's Disease is a common neurological disease which depletes the brain of dopamine producing nerves. As a result, patients suffer from debilitating issues such as tremors, gait disturbances and cognitive deficits. The DSRM Program provides a highly unique approach to Parkinson's Disease by incorporating the latest Stem Cell, Growth Factor and Biomolecule technologies, called the Regene-Cure PD procedure to stop the loss of further nerve cells and begin the process of establishing new ones.
Alzheimer's Disease is a form of dementia which causes escalating memory loss. This robs patients of the ability to recall events, people and even their ability to orient themselves to their environment. The DSRM program attempts to restore memory and orientation by providing the latest in Stem Cell, Growth Factor and Biomolecule technologies with our proprietary Regene-Cure-AD procedure. This cutting edge approach provides our patients with the best chance of stopping the progression of the disease and the potential for disease reversal.
Stroke is a severe and debilitating brain issue which deprives vital areas of oxygen and results in loss of brain function. This often results in speech and memory deficits as well as severe physical problems such as paralysis or severe weakness. The DSRM Program uses combinations of Stem Cells, Growth Factors and Biomolecules in conjunction with rehabilitation to provide the possibility of repair and regeneration of the vital areas of the brain afflicted by the Stroke. This cutting edge approach provides our patients with the best opportunity for recovery.
Multiple Sclerosis is a common autoimmune disease where our body begins to attack areas of the brain and spinal cord. As a result patients suffer from a wide range of neurologic deficits such as severe gait disturbances, widespread pain, fatigue and vision changes. The DSRM Program uses the latest in Stem Cell, Growth Factor and Biomolecule technologies to offer Multiple Sclerosis patients the best chance for arresting the progression of the disease and the potential for disease reversal.
Neuropathy is a disturbance of nerve function caused by either injury or chronic disease such as Diabetes. Patients often suffer from nerve pain and loss of strength in an extremity, which impacts significantly on a patient's functionality. The DSRM Program uses proprietary combinations of the most advanced Stem Cell, Growth Factor and Biomolecule technologies to offer the best chance of regaining normal nerve function and improving symptoms.
Traumatic Brain Injuries due to accidents or chronic sports injuries can cause a wide variety of severe issues ranging from chronic headaches to memory loss and paralysis. Ultimately this impacts significantly on a patients quality of life. At AIRMS, we utilize the latest in Stem Cell, Growth Factor and Biomolecule technologies and treatments to begin the process of repair and regeneration of the injured parts of the brain.
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is a common lung disease caused by chronic inflammation of the lung tissue. Airflow into and out of the lung becomes more difficult as the lung's breathing tubes become smaller. At the American Institute of Regenerative Medicine and Surgery, Stem Cells, Growth Factors and Biomolecules can be used to diminish the inflammation and allow for improved lung function.
Emphysema causes damage to the small air sacs (alveoli) in the lungs where oxygen is delivered to blood vessels. Over time the alveoli become enlarged which traps air in the lungs and makes breathing more difficult. Alveolar function in Emphysema can be improved by the use of Stem Cells, Growth Factors and Biomolecules to allow for better lung function.
Asthma is an inflammatory disease of the lung where the air tubes (alveoli) become smaller and get obstructed by lung secretions. This causes shortness of breath. The inflammation as the central cause of Asthma can be treated with combinations of Stem Cells, Growth Factors and Biomolecules.
A Myocardial Infarction (MI), also called a 'Heart Attack' is commonly caused by blocked arteries in the heart. A heart attack deprives the heart muscle of oxygen, which damage the heart muscle. Since the heart muscle generates the heart's strength to pump blood, any impairment in the heart muscle weakens the heart. This can cause fatigue and chest pains, called angina. Stem Cells, Growth Factors and Biomolecules can help to repair and regenerate the injured heart muscle.
Congestive Heart Failure, or simply 'CHF' is often caused by a chronically injured heart muscle such as from a previous heart attack or longstanding high blood pressure (hypertension). As a result, the heart's ability to pump blood to the circulation is impaired. This can result in fluid accumulation in our lungs and legs, resulting in shortness of breath and fatigue. At the American Institute of Regenerative Medicine and Surgery, Stem Cells, Growth Factors and Biomolecules can be used to treat Congestive Heart Failure.
Cardiomyopathy is a chronic enlargement of the heart muscle which makes it inefficient in its ability to pump blood to the rest of the body. Common causes are previous heart attacks, longstanding high blood pressure and heart valve problems. Cardiomyopathy can progress to Congestive Heart Failure. Stem Cells, Growth Factors and Biomolecules can be used to treat Cardiomyopathy and prevent the progression to Congestive Heart Failure.
Type I Diabetes Mellitus is autoimmune disease which often starts in childhood or early adulthood. The body begins to form antibody against the pancreas which produces insulin. As a result, the insulin levels drop and blood sugar rises, causing Diabetes. Stem Cells, Growth Factors and Biomolecules can help to reduce the autoimmune component of Diabetes Mellitus, type I, which can help the body to produce more insulin.
Type II Diabetes Mellitus is often a genetic disease and related to increased body weight. As a result, the body becomes resistant to insulin, which increases the blood sugar and causes Diabetes. At the American Institute of Regenerative Medicine and Surgery, Stem Cells, Growth Factors and Biomolecules can be used to reduce the body's resistance to insulin, which can help to reduce blood sugar levels.
Osteoporosis is a bone thinning disease, which reduces a bone's ability to carry weight and resist stress forces. Osteoporosis is often genetic, but can also be the result of organ disease or chronic medication use, such as steroids. Stem Cells, Growth Factors and Biomolecules can be used to increase the formation of bone cells (osteocytes) to strengthen bone and reduce the risk of bone fractures.
Rheumatoid Arthritis is a common autoimmune disease where the body attacks its own joints. This causes joint cartilage damage and leads to an aggressive form of arthritis resulting in joint pain and loss of function. At AIRMS we utilize Stem Cells, Growth Factors and Biomolecules to maintain joint health and function.
Systemic Lupus Erhythematosis is a systemic autoimmune disease where the body attacks organs and tissues, such as the skin, kidneys, heart and lungs. Patients often suffer from skin rashes and kidney disease. Stem Cells, Growth Factors and Biomolecules can be used to diminish autoimmune disease and maintain organ function.
Psoriasis is an autoimmune disease where the body attacks the skin and joints. Patients often suffer from skin rashes and joint arthritis. Symptoms from psoriasis often come and go. Stem Cells, Growth Factors and Biomolecules can be utilized to regulated the immune system and diminish symptoms of psoriasis.
Crohn's Disease is an inflammatory bowl disease which can effect any part of the digestive system. It can penetrate deep into the intestinal tissue, causing severe inflammation, pain and bowel dysfunction. Stem Cells, Growth Factors and Biomolecules can be used to treat the severe inflammation of Crohn's Disease.
Ulcerative Colitis is an inflammatory bowl disease which causes severe inflammation of the colon and rectum. The inflammation produces ulcerations, which are often painful and cause dysfunction of the bowels. At AIRMS, Stem Cells, Growth Factors and Biomolecules can be utilize to reduce the inflammation of Ulcerative Colitis.
Cirrhosis of the Liver is a condition where liver cells are impaired or destroyed by chronic inflammation of the liver from infectious diseases or substance above. At AIRMS, Stem Cells, Growth Factors and Biomolecules are offered as potential treatment interventions in Liver Cirrhosis.
Chronic Kidney Failure can be attributed to longstanding Diabetes Mellitus and Autoimmune Disease. As kidney function decreases, toxins often accumulate in the body. Eventually patients may require a dialysis or kidney transplants. The use of Stem Cells, Growth Factors and Biomolecules can benefit patients with Chronic Kidney Failure.
Chronic Pancreatitis is a longstanding inflammation of the pancreas, a gland next to the stomach and intestines which produces important digestive enzymes. This condition can block other organ ducts in the area leading to further issues with the liver or gallbladder. Stem Cells and Biomolecules can deliver important anti-inflammatory action to the pancreas.
Fibromyalgia is a condition which causes chronic widespread muscle and tissue pain. This can result in significant loss of quality of life and impairments in mobility and function. Stem Cells, Growth Factors and Biomolecules can benefit patients with Fibromyalgia and lead to improved function and wellbeing.