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The Prodromos Stem Cell Institute Difference

Unlike most stem cell centers, we carry out rigorous clinical research studies through our 501c3 non-profit research foundation, the FOREM to evaluate the results of treatment and publish our results in PubMed-indexed medical journals. Our research team combines our own research with an unparalleled knowledge of the medical literature to allow us to provide a truly evidence-based approach to stem cell treatment. All patient treatment is either carried out or directly supervised by Dr. Prodromos in Antigua, in conjunction with our expert team of highly qualified medical specialists.

ANTI-AGING

Virtually all experts now believe that stem cell infusion using young stem cells is a key part of any anti-aging regimen. We have received recognition for our program. (Read More)

ASTHMA/COPD/PULMONARY FIBROSIS

We have seen success treating all of these lung disorders with stem cell treatment. (Read More)

AUTISM

85% of our ASD patients have responded to simple intra-venous mesenchymal stem cell infusion with meaningful improvement in calmness, sleep, and/or verbalization. (Read More)

BACK PAIN

Simple stem cell epidural, facet and sometimes disc injection, combined with intravenous infusion, is safe, and has shown efficacy in 93% of our treated patients with back and neck pain. (Read More)

RETINITIS PIGMENTOSA/ISCHEMIC OPTIC NEUROPATHY/OPTIC NERVE ATROPHY

Many eye disorders have been successfully treated with stem cells. We are the first to report successful treatment of dry eye with stem cells. (Read More)

HAIR REGROWTH

Stem cell scalp injections consistently increase hair thickness in males and females. It will not regrow hair in completely bald patients. (Read More)

HEART

Mesenchymal stem cells have been shown to improve heart performance: specifically the left ventricular ejection fraction which is decreased in heart failure. (Read More)

MEMORY LOSS

Mild to moderate memory loss is a distressing part of the aging process for many. Intravenous stem cell infusion is consistently effective in reducing “brain fog” and improving memory. (Read More)

MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS

MS generally responds well to stem cell infusion using one of two techniques. (Read More)

OSTEOARTHRITIS

We have had consistent success treating osteoarthritis of all joints, even bone on bone using stem cells. Most patients are able to avoid surgery, (Read More)

PARAPLEGIA/QUADRIPLEGIA

We are able to consistently obtain significant multi-level restoration of motor and sensory function with mesenchymal stem cell and effector cell treatment.(Read More)

RAYNAUD'S SYNDROME

I’ve had Raynaud’s disease for at least 10 years, and over the last 2 years it seems to have worsened, since Covid, to the point that my hands and fingers.(Read More)

RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS

Intravenous, and sometimes intra-joint, injections decrease symptoms in most but not all patients. (Read More)

SCLERODERMA

Over the course of last year, I worked with Dr. Prodromos and his colleague to help me with a severe autoimmune disease called Scleroderma. (Read More)

STROKE/CEREBRAL PALSY

Brain and spine damage has been thought to be permanent. However we are able to effect substantial improvement in most patients by combining stem cell with immunotherapy injections. (Read More)

ULCERATIVE COLITIS AND CROHN’S DISEASE

Success can be achieved with simple intravenous infusion, but there is evidence that submucosal injection by colonoscopy can achieve better results – both are available at our center. (Read More)

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