These in-clinic procedural and voice-over slide-based videos cover the full syllabus of the Adipose Derived Stem Cell, Bone Marrow and Platelet Rich Plasma training course.
Chapter 1 – Stem Cell Biology
During this lecture, we take you through the detailed biology of Stem Cells, their importance and their clinical use. This will help you understand the origin and function of different kinds of Stem Cells, as well as the basics of extraction and harvesting. This lecture clarifies and expands on what you already know about Stem Cells, and serves as a thorough introduction for those who are less familiar with then.
Chapter 2 – Good Manufacturing Practices
The FDA has set forth a number of Good Manufacturing Practices related to the practice of medicine and the materials required in Stem Cell treatments. This lecture will cover these cGMPs in detail and explore the link between them and the practical applications in a clinical setting.
Chapter 3 – Regulatory
This lecture explores the four pillars of regulatory aspects in relation to Stem Cell treatments:
Law – what can we do
Science – what are we technically able to do
Ethics – what should we do
Policy – what will we do in light of conflicting values and political climate
Chapter 4 – PRP Isolation Protocols
A step-by-step protocol to obtaining growth factors from platelet rich plasma. Growth factors play a vital role in Stem Cell research and therapy, and in regenerative medicine. This lecture covers that role and describes the necessity of combining growth factors with Stem Cells during the administration of treatment.
Step-by-step protocol for use VIDEO
Step-by-step protocol for use DOCUMENT
Chapter 5 – Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells
Embryonic Stem Cells from the patient’s own body are the most sought-after and effective stem cells for use in treatment. However, as most adults do not have access to their stem cells, the next best option is to use Pluripotent Stem Cells that are artificially derived from non-pluripotent stem cells.
Chapter 6 – Adipose Derived Stem Cells
Adipose tissue in adult humans contains non-pluripotent Stem Cells that are significantly easier to harvest than other types of Stem Cell, and which show a greater effectivity, as they are used in the patient’s own treatment. This lecture covers the science behind Stem Cells found in adipose tissue, their extraction and isolation.
Adipose Extraction step-by-step VIDEO
Adipose Extraction step-by-step DOCUMENT
Adipose training using Collagenase
Adipose training using Lecithin
Chapter 7 – Embryonic Stem Cells
Harvesting of Embryonic Stem Cells is becoming more popular as parents ensure their children will have access to their own stem cells if these are ever required. This lecture covers in detail the history and science behind the discovery of Embryonic Stem Cells, their development and current applications.
Chapter 8 – Bone Marrow Stem Cells
Bone marrow has long been the primary source of Stem Cells for use in treatments and are still one of the most effective sources of cells for use in treatment. This lecture covers the science behind stem cells found in bone marrow, their extraction and isolation.
Bone marrow extraction step-by-step VIDEO
Chapter 9 – Banking
Harvested Embryonic and other Stem Cells require safe storage to ensure their viability in case they are required at some later date. This lecture discusses the best methods for the cryopreservation and banking of Stem Cells for potential future use.
Chapter 10 – Clinical Studies commentaries
These two videos include a discussion on two published commentaries:
Besides the video content, you will have access to a number of downloadable PDF documents full of valuable training information.
The Condition Book includes detailed guides to 12 conditions and their treatment protocols using regenerative and Stem Cell medicine. The conditions covered are:
Download various case studies covering several conditions and clinical studies.
To support your training and get your Stem Cell practice up and running, there are several downloadable supporting documents:
Patient Forms & Guidelines:
Procedure Informed Consent Forms: