The Celltex Difference
Compare Your Choices
From innovation to quality to safety, Celltex is different from other regenerative medicine companies in virtually every way.
We invite you to learn about your choices and to see how Celltex is giving more people a better quality of life than ever before.
More Stem Cells. More Possibilities.
The greater number of your stem cells, the greater your therapeutic options. Same-day clinics do not provide the quality or quantity of cells needed to effectively improve overall wellness and quality of life.
That’s why Celltex developed the technology to ensure the integrity and stability of your own cells in quantities never before possible.
Autologous vs. Allogeneic & Why It Matters
Using Your Own Stem Cells
Celltex uses autologous cells to ensure that only your cells are reintroduced into your body. And because they are your cells, there is a zero percent chance of rejection.
There are other types of stem cell therapies that use allogeneic cells, such as umbilical cord or animal cells. These can create adverse side effects and possible rejection by your own body.
Here is the difference:
- Autologous cells are your own cells that can only come from you.
- Allogeneic cells come from your same species (but not you) and are then transplanted into your body.
Outpatient Extraction vs. Invasive
One-Time Stem Cell Extraction
Our mission is to improve the quality of life of our clients, so we do not believe in requiring an invasive procedure each time therapy is administered.
Our proprietary process allows us to obtain quantities of cells never before possible – hundreds of millions of them – in order to provide an effective therapeutic dose, all from one small sample of your adipose tissue.
The process to extract your stem cells is relatively painless and can be performed in under one hour in most doctor’s offices as an outpatient procedure.
MSCs vs. Embryonic or Bone Marrow Cells
Millions of Genetically Identical Stem Cells
Extracting MSCs from adipose tissue is easy and virtually painless, and the cells can be found in greater quantities and will be of higher quality.
Compare the types of cells below.
MSCs From Adipose Tissue
Adipose tissue typically contains 100,000 MSCs in each gram of fat, and the differentiation capacity is less affected by one’s age.
Embryonic Stem Cells
Since embryonic stem cells are not from your own body, the recipient may recognize them as a foreign invader, triggering an adverse immune response.
Bone Marrow Cells
Extracted through an invasive procedure that is repeated with every treatment. Less than 0.01% of all bone marrow nucleated cells are viable MSCs.
Stromal Vascular Fraction
The number of cells obtained in SVF depends on the amount of fat extracted, so large amounts of tissue may be required to achieve a therapeutic dose. Every SVF treatment requires a liposuction procedure.
Cultured Stem Cells vs. Same-Day Procedure
Lifetime Stem Cell Supply for Therapy
Combined with Celltex’s proprietary process, one simple and pain-free adipose tissue extraction can provide you with a bank of your own mesenchymal stem cells for a lifetime supply of therapeutic uses.
Once your stem cells have been extracted and isolated, they are expanded to hundreds of millions in quantity. This serves as your master bank and the base of your lifetime supply — enabling you to seek relief for symptoms through therapy now or to plan for a better future.
Specialized vs. Non-Specialized Physician
Experienced Administering Physicians
Our team of administering physicians are specialized in their area of therapy services and are with you every step of the way throughout your therapy.
Same-day clinics involve a lesser level of care and expertise than our experienced, dedicated medical team of expert surgeons and specialist physicians.
Different Ways to Get Started Today
If you think you’re ready to get started, we invite you to complete our five-minute client assessment to help determine if stem cell therapy is right for you or to contact Celltex today to speak to a client service representative who will be more than happy to answer any questions you may have. We have team members standing by, ready to set up a free local medical consultation in your area.Take the Assessment
Frequently Asked Questions
Still have questions?
Here are a few of the questions people frequently ask about Celltex stem cell banking and therapy.
If you don't see your question here, view our full list.
Why should someone bank his or her stem cells?
While you may not have a condition that requires immediate treatment with stem cells, it’s smart to plan for the future. As you age, illness and the natural processes of aging can reduce the number of stem cells available. While older cells can still be viable and useful, generally, the younger you are when you bank, the more efficient, active and mobile your cells are.
How often do I need to receive therapy?
This is dependent on individual conditions. Our client services department and your doctors will work with you to determine the best timeline for your individual therapy schedule.
Are my cells eligible to be used for therapy?
The earlier you bank your stem cells, the more efficient, active and mobile they are to use in case of future emergency, illness, injury or accidents. Banking your cells now provides the opportunity to utilize your younger, healthy cells later in life.
Where do stem cells come from?
There are stem cells in practically every tissue of your body, but not all stem cells are the same. At Celltex, we focus exclusively on a type of stem cell called mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs). MSCs can be found in practically every tissue of your body and are most readily taken from bone marrow, umbilical cord blood, placenta and fat. You can learn more about stem cells on our Stem Cells 101 page.
Is stem cell therapy safe?
Dozens of clinical trials conducted by researchers in more than a dozen nations have demonstrated the safety of using MSCs and, in particular, those obtained from fat, and hundreds of preclinical animal studies have confirmed the same findings. You can learn more on our Stem Cells 101 page.
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