What are Stem Cells?

Stem Cells are the human body’s natural regenerative agents. It has the ability to develop into many specialised cell types, from muscle cells, bone cells, nerve cells and brain cells, granting them the ability to regenerate and repair damaged tissues.

Cell-based therapies have the potential to heal or restore cells and tissues affected by age, disease or trauma, as well as to boost the body’s natural immunity response. This makes it suitable for both disease prevention and treatment, including treatment of injuries or conditions.

The stem cells we use are Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSC), which are adult, multipotent stem cells with the ability to differentiate into many specialised cell types, including muscle cells, bone cells, nerve cells and brain cells. MSCs are harvested from Wharton’s Jelly (umbilical cord), bone marrow, adipose tissue and dental pulp.


How does Stem Cell therapy work?

As we get older, our natural stem cells decrease in numbers and efficacy.

Stem Cell therapy promotes the repair responses of one’s existing stem cells through extracting, culturing and applying new, younger stem cells to replenish the ‘older’ ones. This enables your body to generate healthy cells to replace diseased or damaged cells.

There are definitely benefits in regenerative stem cell therapy but it must be combined with lifestyle modifications, such as dietary improvements, keeping stamina and muscles active through exercise. Combining these with stem cell therapy ensures the positive results can be maintained in the long-term.

The results include:

  • Improved vitality and enhanced overall well-being
  • Higher energy levels and stamina
  • Better memory and concentration
  • Pain relief and pain management

Who should consider Stem Cells?

Wellness & Prevention: Anyone interested in healthy ageing or seeking health prevention measures. The goal is to stimulate and accelerate cell rejuvenation, slowing down the natural process of ageing and its related diseases.

Your health goals will be managed by a specialist together with our sports therapists and medical team to guide you through lifestyle modifications and improvements in a structured programme.

Rehabilitation: If you are on your rehabilitation and recovery journey with us, cell-based therapies could enhance the efficacy of your programme. It has the potential to boost well-being and energy levels as well as improve concentration so that you can perform better during your therapy sessions.



At ReGen Rehab Hospital, our comprehensive services take you on through the process of Bringing you Back to your best self.
We offer a unique combination of regenerative and rehabilitation medicine to achieve holistic, sustainable results.


Our Healthy Ageing programme takes you on a 12-month journey of discovering your health status & risks and what proactive measures to practice in order to get your health back on track.

Procedures include Stem Cell therapy, Biological Immunity Booster, Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy, Lifestyle Intervention Programme, and many others.


Regenerative Orthopaedics focuses on your body’s natural healing ability through non-surgical, minimally invasive procedures. It encourages your body to self-heal and strengthen damaged areas to restore function.

It involves precise injections into the affected areas to prompt repair by improving blood supply & strengthening tissues, promoting a natural healing process.


Strengthening the efficacy and efficiency of the human body’s natural immune system harvesting the individual’s own cells and culturing the cells in a controlled lab environment.

Anyone with a general low immunity, family histories with chronic diseases, hormonal imbalance, post-cancer patients, and age-related conditions can consider this programme.


There are benefits in combining stem cell therapy with other existing rehabilitation treatments. It has the potential to boost well-being and energy levels as well as improve concentration so that you can gain more from your rehabilitation programme.

People who might benefit include those with stroke, Parkinson’s disease, osteoarthritis, spinal cord injuries, diabetes, heart disease.