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Orsini Resurrection Center 
​Stem Cell Treatment

Stem cell treatment and innovative therapies at Orsini resurrection center 

Orsini resurrection center provide an integrative and person-centered recovery approach that helps patients with arthritis, diabetes type 2, multiple sclerosis, autism, stroke, COPD, Parkinson's and many more hard-to-treat diseases to improve their condition and reclaim their quality of life.

Orsini resurrection center invites well known, highly-skilled doctors from all over the country for consultations of our patients and we provide follow-up medical consultations of all our patients during the post-cell therapy period.

The treatment procedure of cell therapy includes the creation of a cell product and its subsequent transplantation. During the initial consultation, the doctor assesses the patient’s condition and decides on the type of cell product to use, the source of the cells and the route of its administration.

​Stem Cell Treatment

Reprogramming cell

Holy Grail Cell

Other Stem Cells

Fat Cells etc.

Stromal cells are harvested from the patient’s own tissues or healthy donor tissues – bone marrow, adipose tissue, peripheral blood, gingiva, skin, and also donated placenta and umbilical cord blood. Cell therapy is used in the treatment of:

Before the procedure of stem cell treatment

First, the patient turns to a specialist in our clinic to get advice about their disease. A number of diagnostic studies help the doctor estimate your health status and evaluate the possibility of using cell therapy. At this stage, the decision on the most suitable type of cell product for the patient is made.


Preparing a cell

Preparing a cell product from autologous material takes about 3-4 weeks, although the presence of the patient in the clinic during this period is not required. We recommend using donor (allogeneic) cell products in situations where therapy should be started immediately or when it is impossible to use the patient’s own biomaterial for objective reasons (contraindications to anesthesia, the risk of bleeding, severe conditions).

5 days before the start of cell therapy

Within 5 days before the start of cell therapy, the patient performs a general blood test and a general urine test. Next, the specialist examines the patient to make sure that there are no contraindications (such as acute infectious diseases, pathological processes in the area of administration, etc.). To prevent possible complications, certain drugs may be prescribed in accordance with the standard treatment of the underlying disease.


The steps of creating a cell product

Sampling (harvesting)


Cell therapy starts with the sampling of the biomaterial from which the required cell type will be extracted. The amount of aspirate needed to obtain cells is as follows:

Separation and preparation


The biopsy material is first treated, then prepared according to the standard operating procedures. Depending on the source of the aspirate it may need to pass several steps, including filtration to separate the desired cells from other cells, short-term incubation, and сentrifugation in a high-speed stem cell centrifuge machine.



Cell therapy starts with the sampling of the biomaterial from which the required cell type will be extracted. The amount of aspirate needed to obtain cells is as follows:

Cryopreservation (if required)


The cell suspension is mixed with the cryoprotectant, then transferred into cryovials and placed in freezer controlled by precise software. 
Under these conditions, cells can be stored for an unlimited time. Stromal cells maintain their therapeutic potential even after cryopreservation. 

Cell transplantation


During and after the procedure the doctor will monitor the patient heart with ECG and also monitor other indicators such as heart rate, respiratory rate, blood pressure, oxygen saturation level, and urine. If everything is in order, the patient returns to his usual life almost immediately after cell transplantation. Usually, this takes no more than 2 hours.

It usually takes a few weeks or months until transplanted cells start to fully take effect, although the first improvements can be felt in the days after administration.Transplanted stem cells are active for 3 months on average, 6 months as a maximum. After this period, the stem cells are no longer active, but the processes started by them continue.Your doctor may recommend you to seek a second consultation after 3 and/or 6 months after cell introduction in order to assess the effectiveness of the therapy. To achieve a greater and more persistent effect, the therapy can be repeated after a recommended period of time.

If you have any questions about the procedures and treatments using cell products, please contact our Concierge service. 


It is important to understand that stem cells are not a cure for absolutely all diseases. Sometimes a decision is made not to treat if there is too little chance that cell therapy will work. Our doctors will precisely examine the medical history and current health indicators to make an informed decision.

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