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The Almi Procedure is a Natural Hair regeneration using your own stem cells.

Rediscover yourself. Vaginal health and related conditions arising from childbirth, aging and menopause have long been considered ‘just a part of life’, until NOW.

The ALMI procedures are revolutionary Bio-cellular rejuvenation procedures using your own tissues to restore function, repair and regenerate damaged tissues.  The all-natural procedures are simple outpatient treatments that can turn back the clock in less than an hour with minimal to no downtime.

What is Bio-Cellular therapy?

Bio-cellular therapy is the process of extracting adult stem and stromal cells from fat tissue in the most accessible area, which is usually the abdominal fat or flanks, and reintroducing them into the body in areas of ailment.  These cells are unique in that they have the potential to develop into many different types of cells. In regeneration, these cells seek out areas of injury that need repair or restoration.  Our body’s natural healing process is fairly efficient, but modern science can accelerate the process.

The process begins with extracting a tablespoon of adipose tissue along with a small volume of autologous platelets.  The adipose cells and their stem and stromal cell components, along with the platelet concentrates are then carefully placed directly into tissues to amplify the healing capabilities and lead to repair/regeneration of the tissue and return to comfort and function.

How can the ALMI FemShot help me?

The ALMI FemShot has been shown to help improve a variety of conditions for overall vaginal health, including:

  • Signs of childbirth and aging

  • Vaginal atrophy, tone, flexibility and shape

  • Dryness, itchiness and pain

  • Incontinence

  • Painful intercourse

ALMI FemShot patients have reported an overall improved quality of life with better function and decreased symptoms. No treatment can be guaranteed, and outcomes will vary from patient to patient. Your doctor will conduct an individual assessment to determine the best course of action.

* Individual Results and Patient Experience May Vary

How long does it take to see improvement?

Individual ailments vary and the outcome depends on your body’s unique healing process. Some patient may experience results immediately or within just days of receiving the treatment. Other patients have taken months to reach optimal resolution of their ailment.  Each patient is different and results will vary. Your physician will determine a treatment plan tailored specifically for your condition that gives you the best chance for success.

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Where do stem cells come from?

There are primarily three types of stem cells used for treatments: embryonic, umbilical, and adult stem cells. Embryonic stem cells are derived from embryos.  Embryonic stem cell therapy is burdened with ethical and political issues.  We do NOT use embryonic stem cells.  Umbilical therapy is difficult and labor intensive.

At Well Medical Arts we only use adult stem cells derived from the patient’s own body fat cells. Adult stem cells exist throughout the body but are the most abundant (and accessible) in the abdominal fat area.

What are Stem Cells?

Stem cells are unspecialized cells that maintain and repair tissues. Stem cells are unique in that they have the potential to develop into many different types of cells. In tissue and hair regeneration, stem cells induce changes, behavior, or differentiation of adjacent cells by Paracrine signaling. Stem are injected into the scalp and are believed to exert a paracrine effect by inducing hair cells to become more active.

What is Stem Cell therapy?

Stem cell therapy is the process of isolating adult stem cells from abdominal fat and reintroducing them into the body where they can do the most good. The process begins with extracting a few ounces of fat from the patient in a “mini” liposuction procedure. Once the fat is removed, the stem cells are isolated utilizing the state-of-the-art Healeon Medical CENTRIcyte 1000 Centrifuge.

Once isolated, the stem cells are then re-introduced to the body for more localized treatments. Some offices may treat patients with local treatments in the knee, shoulder and other joints. Stem cells can also be applied to the face, neck and scalp using a micro-needle system to give you a more healthy and youthful look. The treatments are outpatient procedures conducted in a sterile environment in your doctor’s office utilizing state-of-the-art equipment. Under local anesthesia, the process is relatively painless and safe with minimal downtime.

How long does the Liposuction take?

The “mini” liposuction only takes about 20 minutes. Once the fat has been extracted, the patient can relax while the stem cells are isolated.

Will there be a scar?

You may have small “punch” marks that look similar to small moles. Following the procedure careful care will help minimize the scar tissue

What happens after the liposuction?

Following your  mini liposuction, the medical staff will isolate your stem cells while you wait. The process typically can take up to 20 minutes.

What happens after the Stem Cells have been isolated?

Once your stem cells have been isolated, your provider will inject stem cells directly into the area of concern.  This may include application to the face, neck or scalp for cosmetic purposes.

How long does the entire procedure take?

Most patient procedures will be complete within 2 hours.

Can I go home afterwards?

Stem cell therapy is an outpatient procedure. Patients will be able to go home immediately following completion of the procedure.

Can I go home afterwards?

Stem cell therapy is an outpatient procedure. Patients will be able to go home immediately following completion of the procedure.

How long is the recovery?

Many patients are able to go back to work on the following day. However, you may be sore for about a week following the procedure. We ask you to refrain from excessive exercise for at least a week.

How long does it take to see improvement?

Individual ailments vary and the outcome of stem cell therapy depends on your body’s unique healing process. For patients undergoing the procedure as a natural dermal filler the filler effects will be evident immediately with a second wave coming once the stem cells kick in.  For a hair restoration patient, it may take several months to see any results.  Stem cell therapy for hair loss is very new and no or little published literature exists confirming its efficacy.   No one can guarantee the outcome for this or any stem cell treatment. Each patient is different and results will vary.

How long will it last?

We don’t know at this point in clinical research. Results will vary from patient to patient depending on the degree of hair loss and the natural variation in isolated cells.

Is the Stem Cell isolation procedure FDA approved?

Currently all procedures utilizing stem cells to treat specific ailments are considered investigational. However there are more than 3500 clinical studies being conducted for specific applications and all have demonstrated significant promise in ailments that have otherwise been unresponsive to conventional treatments. The procedures are carried out utilizing FDA cleared and registered equipment and all stem cell therapies fall within the FDA regulations for transferring tissue.

Can you guarantee results?

No treatment can be guaranteed. Results vary from patient to patient. Stem Cell therapy is autologous and safe. It has many demonstrated treatment protocols for numerous medical disorders. Stem cell therapy is new to hair restoration surgery and very little published material is available. This procedure is typically used for those patients who are not surgical candidates because they are too young, or are in the early phase of hair loss. Women who suffer from hair loss are also good candidates when hair surgery is not desired or if not enough donor hair exists for hair transplantation.

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