Joint Commission International
(JCI) Accredited Hospital

Cell Therapy

The Stem Cell Therapy Program at Apollo Bramwell Hospital (ABH) was established to address the growing demand worldwide for this innovative medical solution. ABH, with its cutting-edge technologies is one of the few places in the world offering a range of Stem Cell Therapy treatments using patients’ own bone marrow as a source of stem cells. Bone marrow stem cells are considered the safest, most reliable, ethical and the most scientifically and clinically studied source of stem cells. The treatment is available to local, regional and international patients seeking Stem Cell Therapy.

The department is operating with state-of-the-art equipment approved by FDA and certified with ISO standards, operating theater with laminar air flow, Intra –op monitoring and highly trained medical staff and scientists who received their training in Europe, Australia and USA. Prior to any Stem Cell Therapy treatment at ABH, the Stem Cell Therapy Review Board will review all potential patients and approve patients for admission to the hospital based on strict guidelines and inclusion criteria set by the department according to international standards.

On approval patients admitted to the hospital for stem cell therapy will receive clinical supervision by clinicians and physicians trained in Stem Cell Therapy, dedicated nursing care, the provision of private hospital rooms and follow up plan with the primary consultant looking after patient original medical condition.

The Stem Cell Therapy Program is designed to successfully treat few medical conditions where standard therapy alone does not produce the desired therapeutic effect. The Program’s aim is to provide a range of therapies using medically and scientifically proven Stem Cell technologies.

The stem cell therapy department is currently offering treatment for the following conditions using autologous bone marrow stem cells:

1. Peripheral vascular diseases

  • Diabetic foot and foot ulcer
  • Critical limb ischemia and lower limb ulcer

2. Orthopedic cases

  • Avascular necrosis of femoral head
  • Non-union of bone fractures
  • Spinal fusion

3. Sport injuries

  • Lateral Epicondylitis (tennis elbow)
  • Chronic Tendinopathies (inflamed tendon)
  • Plantar Fasciitis (inflamed sole tendon)
  • Rotator Cuff Injuries (shoulder joint injuries)
  • Cartilage Degeneration (Chondropenia)
  • Muscular and Ligamental Tears

Patients suffering for the above condition are advised to contact the Stem Cell Therapy Department for primary consultation to review their conditions. The department strongly advices diabetic patients to contact the department at +230 605 1000 immediately when signs of rest pain and loss of feeling start in their feet. Early diagnostics and treatment of diabetic foot and critical limb ischemia can greatly help in preventing major limb amputation.