10 Best Clinics for Stem Cell Therapy in Thailand (w/Prices)
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ESHRS - European Society of Hair Restoration Surgery
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Everything you'll need to know about Stem Cell Therapy in Thailand

What is the cost of Stem Cell Therapy in Thailand?

The price of stem cell therapy, also known as Stem Cell Therapy, can fluctuate greatly based on factors like the intricacy and specifics of the procedure, the particular health issue being addressed, and the geographic site of the therapy center or clinic. When compared to conventional therapies, stem cell therapy's cost tends to be rather steep.

Yet, when considering the prospective benefits and potential long-term economic advantages, an increasing number of patients are choosing this therapeutic approach. It's crucial to mention that, although certain health insurance firms may cover the expenses of stem cell therapy for specific situations, a number of them do not due to the considerate speculative aspect of the therapy.

What does a Stem Cell Therapy Procedure Involve?

The procedure of stem cell therapy starts with removing stem cells from your body or from the donor’s body. The cells are collected from different body parts depending upon the need. After collection, the cells are processed according to the purpose for which they are extracted. The processed stem cells are injected into the specific area of your body using ultrasound or X-ray guidance. Anesthetics are used and the procedure is done under sterile conditions.  It is necessary to make sure that the cells are reaching the desired area so that the improvement is better and quicker. There are three types of stem cell transplant:

  1. Autologous transplant - your own body stem cells are removed and used. This type of transplant is safer and recovery is quicker because chances of transplant rejection are less as your own stem cells are being used.  
  2. Allogenic transplant - stem cells are obtained from a suitable donor. Matching is done to find a donor whose white cell antigen closely resembles yours. The donor can or cannot be your relative.
  3. Syngeneic transplant - stem cells from your identical twin are used. In this case, the chances of rejection are low.

Each type of stem cell transplant involves different methods, procedures, and techniques with different side effects and risks. The one suitable for you depends upon your age, health, and physical conditions.

How Long Should I Stay in Thailand for a Stem Cell Therapy Procedure?

The length of stay in the hospital varies in accordance with the condition for which stem cell therapy is being done. It is usually a 3 to 4 hours procedure (in-patient) in which stem cells are introduced into the body using syringes or catheters. Different factors are considered to decide the length of your stay in the hospital. These factors are:

  1. You are not suffering from a fever for the last 24 to 48 hours.
  2. You have a safe blood cell count.
  3. You are able to eat and drink.
  4. Your symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea are under control.
  5. You have someone with you to look after you.

Your stay in the hospital is longer for an allogeneic transplant as compared to an autologous transplant and you're free to leave Thailand the very next day, although it's advised to stay at least a few days in case you have further questions for the medical staff. But of course, these can be asked over the phone/email or directed towards your local medical team back home.

What's the Recovery Time for Stem Cell Therapy Procedures in Thailand?

Complete recovery time varies from 2 to 12 weeks when the patient begins to feel pain relief. However, you can return to your routine work a couple of days after going through the transplant. Recovery depends upon your physical condition before and after the transplant. Over a period of 6 to 12 months, further improvements are seen in the patients. During the process, antibiotics and other drugs are prescribed. These drugs prevent transplant rejection and graft-host diseases. Allogenic stem cell transplant takes longer to recover than an autologous transplant.

What sort of Aftercare is Required for Stem Cell Therapy Procedures in Thailand?

It is advised to keep in contact with your doctor and to visit them on a regular basis. Apart from this, the following points should be considered:  

  1. Minor pain will be present after going through the therapy - icepacks are effective in this regard. Pain might either be because of inflammation or muscle spasm. Inflammation is common due to your immune system activity. Anti-inflammatory medicines are avoided in the initial period because they can interfere with the healing process.  
  2. Walking is good for your health. Rest is not always the best option for quick recovery. Blood flow and oxygen is needed by the treated area which is provided by light activity and movement.
  3. Ask your doctor about your nutritional requirements and eat healthy according to it.
  4. Do some joint stabilizing exercises to aid the healing process.     

What's the Success Rate of Stem Cell Therapy Procedures in Thailand?

Stem cell therapy's effectiveness, also known as Stem Cell Therapy, can change based on the illness, the age and health of the patient, and the type of therapy used. Although new, stem cell therapy has shown promise in areas like bone, brain, and heart health, it is not always successful due to various reasons, one being the transplant rejection. It is an excellent idea to talk about the possible good and bad outcomes with your doctor before making a choice.

Are there Alternatives to Stem Cell Therapy Procedures in Thailand?

Exosomes are being used as an alternative to stem cell therapy. They are lipid bilayer surrounded vesicles secreted by live cells. They contain mRNA, proteins, chaperons, and various signaling molecules. They work as a natural carrier system for the transport of these substances. They function as a messenger within the body carrying information from one cell to the other. Stem cell therapy can be enhanced using exosomes. They help the body’s natural healing ability to increase the pace of recovery. Sometimes, stem cell therapy and exosomes are given together for better results.

What Should You Expect Before and After the Procedure

Before you proceed with the Stem Cell Therapy, it's typical to have a meeting with your medical professional to examine your unique situation, the potential advantages and drawbacks of the process, and your overall wellness. This discussion will help determine if stem cell therapy is suitable for you. Comprehensive diagnostic evaluations may be necessary to fully examine your health status. The medical professional will guide you through the procedure, describing how the treatment is carried out, what it involves, and what to anticipate. The significance of regular physical activity and keeping a balanced lifestyle before the procedure to boost the effectiveness of the treatment shouldn't be overlooked.

Following the completion of the Stem Cell Therapy, you might feel a slight discomfort, redness, or swelling at the injection site, which typically subsides within a few days. Keep in mind that the recovery process post-procedure may take several weeks or months, as the reinstated stem cells function to fix and reconstruct the damaged tissues. Therefore, a degree of patience may be necessary before noticing the advantages of the treatment. Regular follow-up appointments with your medical professional to monitor your body's reaction to the treatment, assess progress, and control any possible side effects, are necessary. Reinforcing healthy habits such as a balanced diet, frequent physical activity, sufficient sleep, and stress control are crucial components of the post-procedure care.

What are Potential Risks of Stem Cell Therapy?

As with any medical intervention, Stem Cell Therapy is not devoid of risk. However, given that the patients' own cells are generally used, the chance of rejection or allergy is quite low. Possible complications may encompass infection, hemorrhage, or an adverse response to the anesthesia utilized during the operation. Moreover, while stem cells possess the extraordinary capacity to transform into various cell types in the body, there is a possibility they could proliferate without control, leading to the formation of tumors. Nevertheless, such instances are incredibly infrequent and are chiefly linked with embryonic stem cells, rather than the adult stem cells usually employed in the majority of Stem Cell Therapy procedures.

What are the Long-Term Effects of Stem Cell Therapy?

The enduring impacts of stem cell treatment, a fairly recent medical specialty, continue to be probed by scientific research. Nevertheless, some scholarly investigations propose that such a treatment method could offer a sustainable easing of symptoms and potentially decelerate the advancement of particular ailments. The influence of this therapeutic approach differs significantly among individuals and is significantly dependent on factors such as a person's comprehensive health status, the kind and gravity of the disease under treatment, and the specific treatment regimen pursued.

Whilst the information presented here has been accurately sourced and verified by a medical professional for its accuracy, it is still advised to consult with your doctor before pursuing a medical treatment at one of the listed medical providers

Update: 12/07/2023