Stem Cell Therapy is a process that involves using a person’s own stem cells, most often taken from bone marrow, to create a solution with potent healing power. It stimulates the body’s healthy cells to heal inflamed areas. It is particularly helpful for chronic pain relief and difficult-to-heal injuries. Though much more research is needed, scientists are also uncovering ways to apply stem cell treatments for common chronic conditions such as heart disease, autoimmune disorders, neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s, and diabetes, and autism. Stem Cell Therapy is currently not FDA approved or regulated.