Kidney Disease

Kidney Stem Cell Treatment

Usually in late stage kidney disease the patient is faced with making choices like choosing between dialysis and/or kidney transplant. Patients that have very low glomerular filtration rates,  high abnormal BUN and Creatine; Albuminuria are excellent candidates for stem cell treatment.

Patients  from the age of five to eighty with chronic kidney disease that are candidates for dialysis or transplants should consider stem cell therapy. This is particularly true with individuals that have persistent impaired renal function.  To evaluate your condition, it would be desirable for us to review a report on either a renal ultrasound or renal scan.  The source of the stem cells is umbilical cord blood and of your own adipose tissue (fat).  The blood is carefully screened to rule out HIV, Hepatitis B and C. 

The entire treatment process can be done in one day with very little downtime. In some cases, the treatment may be repeated the next day in the same fashion.  Post procedure, the patient is followed once a month with standard kidney function tests including BUN, Creatinine, 24 hour creatinine clearance test and glomerular filtration rate to determine progress. Follow ups can be done by your local nephrologist.

Breakthrough Stem Cell Treatment For Advanced Kidney Disease

An estimated 31 million Americans – about 10 percent of the adult population –have chronic kidney disease (CKD), a gradual…

What Are Stem Cells?

Stem cells are “blank slate” cells that can, under the right conditions, become other, specialized cells, such as muscle, bone, organ or nerve cells. This means that they are be capable of regenerating damaged tissues in the human body, making it an applicable treatment method for a variety of health conditions and diseases, including: degenerative disc disease; osteoarthritis; spinal cord injury; motor neuron disease; macular degeneration; Parkinson’s; ALS; heart disease and more. The therapy may be capable of treating conditions for which there is currently no effective option.


Complications develop consequently, slowly over a long period of time, including high blood pressure, weak bones, anemia, nerve damage, and poor nutritional health. Kidney disease also increases risk of having heart and blood vessel disease. CKD may be caused by diabetes, high blood pressure and other disorders. Patients who receive stem cell therapy by RenewU Medical report improvements in:

  • Fatigue
  • Swelling of extremeites, fluid retention
  • Shortness of breath
  • Urination changes
  • Poor appetite
  • Dry and itchy skin
  • Puffy eyes
  • Sleep Problems
  • Numb or tingling toes
  • Sleep Problems
  • Dependent on Dialysis 

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