Stem Cell Therapies - Jim Cohan & Associates

Stem Cell Therapy:
Anti-Aging Treatment

We’re all getting older, and, as we age, our bodies begin to degenerate. Most of the time, the degeneration is hardly even perceptible. We begin to see wrinkles in our skin, lose our once boundless energy, and feel aches and pains in our joints and muscles. Years of wear and tear have lasting effects on our overall fitness, making it harder to enjoy our lives to their fullest. Aging is the ultimate degenerative disease, eventually robbing us of all our capacity to function at full capacity.

How can stem cell therapies promote anti-aging?

Our bodies are made up of cells. Each cell has a specific function. Cells in the brain send and receive messages that run the body’s functions and regulate emotion. Muscle cells are built to control and perform motion. The cells in our bones are designed to retain the structure that holds us up. There are literally thousands of functions performed throughout the body at any given moment, and, for each function, there are specific kinds of cells.

In the beginning, these cells have amazing abilities to multiply and maintain their function. As we age, though, they begin to wear out. Old cells die, and the body no longer has the ability to replace them with new ones. Other cells become damaged, reducing their ability to perform their job efficiently and effectively. This process of cellular deterioration is the aging process, and it happens to us all. Our lifestyles don’t always help, either. Toxins in the environment, poor diet, sedentary lifestyles, and risk factors such as smoking and genetic predisposition all add to the stress on our cells. It would seem we’re fighting a losing battle when we’re fighting the aging process.

But we’d all like to live longer, healthier, and happier lives. How can we achieve the youthful cell health that will reverse the effects of aging, promote anti-aging and give us a new lease on life?

Stem cell therapy. Stem cell therapy rejuvenates old and tired cells, replacing them with new cells that can carry on cellular regeneration and healthy bodily functions. How? Stem cells are generalized cells from which all other cells are derived. While other cells have specific functions, stem cells are different. They have no specific function other than to repair the body. They can turn into any type of cell. If a heart cell is damaged, a stem cell can step in and become a heart cell. If the skin is torn, a stem cell can become a skin cell.

In this way, stem cells rebuild otherwise lost or damaged cells. Once a stem cell has taken on new form, it is then able to multiply and strengthen the damaged area. If aging is the process of the body breaking down in the face of damage, then stem cells are the anti-aging treatment that can counteract the damage that causes aging and bring our bodies back to optimum health.

If you’re suffering with a degenerative illness, you’re suffering with the effects of aging. If you’re seeing your general sense of health and well-being degrading as the years pass, you’re suffering with the effects of aging. Aging affects us all, but it doesn’t have to. Stem cell therapy holds the key to unlocking the anti-aging fountain of youth we’ve all been wishing for, and these therapies are already available.

If you’d like to look and feel younger, improve your health, and stave off the negative effects of aging, stem cell therapy can provide you with the answer you’re looking for. Want to find out more about how stem cell therapy can promote anti-aging and return you to a state of ultimate health and wellness? Contact me today to find out about exciting innovations in the field of stem cell therapy for aging. There’s no need to sit on the sidelines and give in to the aging process. Instead, we can all find a new way to live—longer and healthier—with stem cell therapy. What are you waiting for? Contact me today.


For more information on how stem cell therapies can help you in recovering from a serious degenerative condition, please contact Jim Cohan & Associates at 818-504-2318.