How much did you pay for your stem cell therapy? (Poll Closed)

  • Other

  • $100,000 or above

  • $50,000-$99,000

  • Above $20,000 but less than $50,000

  • $10,000-$20,000

  • $7,500-$10,000

  • $5,000-$7,500

  • $2,500-$4,999

  • $0-$2,500

  • Nothing, it was free


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  • Gene Beyer - 5 months ago

    Have chosen stem cell treatment after successful neuropathy treatments at East Bay Health and Wellness clinic in California. Both my wife and I have been feeling immediate positive results from HUCT from Invitrx Therapeutics Invitra CBSC Suspension. Quite pricey and definitely not FDA approved. Make your own decision. Medical bills are tax write-offs. I am applying to my insurance company and, of course, they want all of the proper, professional paperwork. Opinions vary as with any procedures, and, everybody's results vary as well. So, do your research!

  • BRIAN BLANTON - 8 months ago

    I had adult stem cell injections done 3 1/2 years ago on my basil joints on both hands and I am very pleased with the results. I was able to continue working. I am getting ready to go back in and have some umbillical cord stem cells injected in some of the other joints in my hands.

  • Donna Dietrich - 10 months ago

    I had stem cell injections done on both knees for osteoarthritis at the beginning of November 2018. It has now been a little over 3 months. They used the PRP from my blood and stem cells from my bone marrow. Withdrawal was done in the morning and injection to both knees 3 hours later after processing. Bone marrow procedure was not comfortable but I blame myself for not requesting the gas initially. After withdrawal from the first hip, I had the Dr. stop and give me the gas before proceeding to the second hip. After the gas, it was much better. Injections to the knees were completely painless. As to my results, the pain has been up and down which is exactly what the doctor told me to expect during this timeframe. Long story short, it took years for my knees to get in this arthritic condition and change is NOT going to happen overnight. In general the first 3 months or so is when the “gutting” of the house takes place. All the arthritis and joint gunk is eaten away by the “demolition” cells. Then in months 4-6 the “rebuild” cells start repairing your knee. The complete remodel can go on for 2 years or so. So, with all that being said, I have good days and bad days at this point but see more good days in my future. I am keeping the faith and would definitely do it again. This is not a quick process but will be worth it in the long run. I did loads of research and talked to many people who had it done beforehand. This was truly the best way to go! Remember a great saying: “Never be afraid to step out on the limb, for that is where the fruit is!”

  • Ron - 1 year ago

    I’m considering stem cell therapy for Neuropathy. Has anyone done this? If so please share your thoughts....thanks

  • B Young - 1 year ago

    Had umbilical stem cell injections a week ago, in each knee. I now have more grinding and pain than prior to the injections. Is this the normal course?

  • jos neale - 2 years ago

    I am redy with a firm in Oceanside ca, They are to treat my lower back, hips, and another type ijection in the left foot. I am 75. pls any ideas or coment are appreciated.

    bob Neale

    951) 719 5244

  • D Taylor - 2 years ago

    I had umbilical stem cells done 4 weeks ago for both my knees and my diabetes. My A1C has dropped from 12 down to 5.6 and I no longer have any issues with my knees. The swelling has come down immensely in my knees and I no longer have grinding and pain. I've started to do yoga and water aerobics and I'm so excited for my health! My cost was $3500, I would pay that over and over to have the same relief! I got my umbilical stem cells done from United Wellness in Noblesville IN.
    The phone number for stem cells is 317-565-1450.

  • Frank Joyce - 2 years ago

    Hi Bob Asztalos, I’m curious if you are noticing any improvement now that it has been a little longer since you had the stem cell treatment done? I’m looking into this instead of knee replacement surgery on both knees, but not if the injections do nothing. I appreciate your feedback!

  • Bob Asztalos - 2 years ago

    Had both knees and my back done with umbilical stem cell on the 21st of April.
    No improvement whatsoever !

  • Glenn Antonelli - 2 years ago

    Still not convinced it has worked properly

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