Regenerative Medical Technology

Stem Cell Therapy

Stem cells are essentially versatile cells possessing two unique abilities:

  • The ability to differentiate into various types of cells such as skin cells, red blood cells, and platelets (referred to as “differentiation capability”).
  • The ability to divide into cells with the exact same capabilities as themselves (referred to as “self-replication capability”).

Stem cells, which number around 10 billion at birth, decline significantly with age. By the time a person reaches their 80s, they may have fewer than 1 billion stem cells on average. As a result, the differentiation of cells in various parts of the body that have been damaged becomes insufficient, leading to an acceleration of inflammation and aging.

Stem cell therapy involves artificially cultivating cells collected from patients and transplanting them back into the body. This process can help restore the body’s repair functions, offering hope for improving erectile dysfunction (ED) and other conditions.

PRP Treatment

PRP stands for “Platelet Rich Plasma.” PRP contains a significant amount of “growth factors” that stimulate cell repair and regeneration, helping the smooth muscle of the corpus cavernosum regain its elasticity (cells rejuvenate).


  • Tissue repair
  • Collagen production
  • Hyaluronic acid production


  • Promotion of epithelial cell growth
  • Promotion of angiogenesis and wound healing


  • Cell proliferation
  • Angiogenesis and repair
  • Collagen production


  • Proliferation and regeneration of vascular endothelial cells


  • Proliferation and regeneration of epithelial cells and vascular endothelium
  • Promotion of wound healing

As a result, it becomes possible to deliver a sufficient amount of blood to the corpus cavernosum, leading to expectations of improved hardness, size, and duration during erections.

Cultured Supernatant Therapy

When cultivating stem cells, the cultured supernatant is produced. It contains many bioactive substances such as hundreds of cytokines, growth factors, chemokines, exosomes, and more secreted by stem cells. It has been found to have equal or even greater effects than stem cell transplantation.

Treatment with ED drugs directly affects the secretion of substances called eNOS in vascular endothelial cells, which promote erections. However, when vascular function is impaired, eNOS secretion is rarely performed. In contrast, cultured supernatant therapy improves vascular function itself and restores normal eNOS secretion.

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