Crohn’s disease is a difficult disease to treat as it is caused by a combination of environmental, immune and bacterial factors in genetically susceptible individuals. It results in a chronic inflammatory disorder, in which the body’s immune system attacks the gastrointestinal tract possibly directed at microbial antigens. This is where Immuno Stem Cell Therapy will help. While Crohn’s is an immune related disease, it does not appear to be an autoimmune disease (in that the immune system is not being triggered by the body itself). The exact underlying immune problem is not clear; however, it may be an immunodeficiency state. About half of the overall risk is related to genetics with more than 70 genes found to be involved.

Immuno Stem Cell therapy will not cure Crohn’s disease, but it has been found to aid tremendously in reducing the inflammation and negative effects of the disease. Using Immuno Stem Cell Therapy greatly reduces the chance of the patient requiring surgery for their Crohn’s disease issues.

Current Medications and Immuno Stem Cell Therapy

Treatment for Crohn’s and other IBD varieties can include the use of medication, alterations in diet and nutrition, and sometimes surgical procedures to repair or remove affected portions of your GI tract.

Medication treating Crohn’s disease is designed to suppress your immune system’s abnormal inflammatory response that is causing your symptoms. Suppressing inflammation not only offers relief from common symptoms like fever, diarrhea, and pain, it also allows your intestinal tissues to heal. The problem with these medications such as Aminosalicylates, Corticosteroids, Immunomodulators and such is that they further weaken the patients already weakened immune system. Using Immuno Stem Cell Therapy will boost up the patients immune system and will not interfere with the patients current medications.

Diet & Nutrition

Diet & Nutrition are key to fighting Crohn’s disease. The disease often reduces appetite while at the same time increasing your body’s energy needs. If you suffer from diarrhea related to the disease then that can reduce your body’s ability to absorb protein, fat, carbohydrates, as well as water, vitamins, and minerals. Fortunately Immuno Stem Cell Therapy has been found to reduce episodes of diarrhea and limit the effects of appetite reduction.

Surgery

Even with proper medication and diet, as many as two-thirds to three-quarters of people with Crohn’s disease will require surgery at some point during their lives. While surgery does not cure Crohn’s disease, it can conserve portions of your GI tract and return you to the best possible quality of life.

Surgery becomes necessary when medications can no longer control symptoms, or if you develop a fistula, fissure, or intestinal obstruction. Surgery often involves removal of the diseased segment of bowel (resection), the two ends of healthy bowel are then joined together (anastomosis). While these procedures may cause your symptoms to disappear for many years, Crohn’s frequently recurs later in life.

Key things to know about Surgery:

  • About 70% of people with Crohn’s disease eventually require surgery.
  • Different types of procedures may be performed depending on the reason, severity of illness, and location of the disease.
  • Approximately 30% of patients who have surgery for Crohn’s disease experience recurrence of their symptoms within three years and up to 60% will have recurrence within ten years.

No one wants to resort to surgery so let us help you fight off this disease with Immuno Stem Cell Therapy and greatly reduce your chance of needing surgery. The Immuno Stem Cell Therapy Treatment will produce anti-antibodies to fight of the antibodies that are attacking your GI track. This will keep your body working right by reducing inflammation and pain.

Schedule a free consultation to learn more about our treatment by emailing info@vallartaclinic.com or Call (424) 253-0165