FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Stem cell therapy is a controversial topic in the United States, but we at Cellgenic believe it can help individuals who suffer from certain types of degenerative diseases. If you are interested in stem cell therapy, you can meet with our staff to discuss your potential options. We understand regenerative medicine is not a one-size-fits-all approach, which is why we take your wishes, needs, and diagnosis into account before creating a customized treatment plan. Our team has answered various questions our patients and potential patients ask us regarding our services. Please read through the following topics and if you have any further questions, do not hesitate to contact our United States stem cell therapy facility at (305) 560 5337.
Our treatment facility is located in Cancún, Mexico, while our company is located in Miami Lakes, Florida.
We work with doctors from the United States who travel to Mexico in order to perform stem cell therapy treatments. You will meet with your doctor when you arrive in Cancún to finalize your treatment plan, as well as obtain answers to any further questions you may have.
The day you arrive in Cancún, our patient coordinator will meet you at the airport and ensure you get to your accommodation destination safely. You will receive a welcome package containing meal vouchers and a list of frequently asked questions. Then, you will meet with your local attending physician to discuss your procedure. The second day is procedure day and you will undergo your personalized stem cell therapy treatment as planned. On the third day, you will have a follow-up appointment with your doctor before your flight home.
Unless you have a unique situation, your stay should be three days, two nights in Cancún.
Two weeks prior to your procedure, you should avoid taking Aspirin or other medicines that contain aspirin or Ibuprofen, as they prohibit normal blood clotting. You should also discontinue all herbal medications, diet pills, and smoking. It is advised you talk with your primary physician a week prior to the procedure about discontinuing anticoagulant drugs. Wearing a compressive garment after the procedure is recommended.
It is normal to see some blood-tinged anesthetic solution drain from your incision site the first 24-48 hours after your procedure. You are allowed to shower 24 hours after the procedure. Compressive garments should be worn 24 hours a day for the first seven days and 12 hours a day for the second week. All post-operation medication will be given to you the day of your surgery. Said medications normally consist of Cephalexin/Cipro (antibiotic), which you must take as directed the day following your surgery, and a painkiller. This painkiller is not mandatory and should only be taken if you are in a lot of pain. If you are unable to take these medications, please contact your patient coordinator so other medications can be arranged. Meals are not restricted after surgery, but be sure to drink plenty of clear fluids.
Call our United States Stem Cell Therapy company now at (305) 560 5337.