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Surecell Medical

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)
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Welcome to Surecell

Our medical centers treated over 10'000 patients using PRP and Stem Cell therapies since 2010.

Our treatments enjoy a 78% success rate and 80% of patients would recommend our therapies to friends.

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Dr. Peter Lewis TV Interview

Checkout Dr. Peter Lewis' interview with Barry Upton on Sunday 30 November 2014.

Peter discusses PRP and Stem cell treatments and how they can be used to treat osteoarthritis and other injuries to bones, tendons and ligaments.

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"..PRP injections into my left knee have been a massive help. Extraordinary. Looking forward to further treatment with stem cells. I believe that this is the way to go, and is safe." - Maurice

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What is PRP?

Platelet Rich Plasma is an extract from the patients blood. Platelets are in charge for wound healing. By injecting the concentrated platelets, PRP therapies provide injured areas with the tools to heal.

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What are Stem Cells?

Stem Cells can develop into different cells and act as growth factor power plants to motivate activity in dormant resident cells.

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Treatment Preparation

You should eat and drink healthy before Surecell PRP and stem cell procedures. Avoid fatty foods, coffee and alcohol. Anti-inflammatory drugs (e.g. Cortisone, Nurofen, Celebrex) should not be taken for 2-3 days before and after the treatment. Hyperbaric Therapy is suggested before procedures to increase the number of stem cells in the blood.

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Research

Research publications and Surecell internal research and articles on Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP), Stem Cells and other subjects of interest.

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Intravenous Stem Cells - Diabetes II

Diabetes 2

A clinical trial using stem cells taken from a patients’ own fat and given intravenously to treat type 2 diabetes showed improvement in most patients’ blood sugar level control and Beta cell function over a 12 months period.


The number of people with type 2 diabetes is increasing fast in the Western countries and it is the main cause of kidney failure, blindness and other disabilities. 90-95% of people with diabetes have type 2 diabetes.

What goes on in our body that leads to type 2 diabetes? The sugar we eat in our daily lives is turned into energy with the help of a hormone known as insulin, which is produced by a unique cell called Beta cell. When our body stops to respond to the effects of insulin normally a state known as insulin resistance develops and the sugar that was supposed to become a source of energy accumulates instead in our blood. This triggers the Beta cells to produce more insulin in order to maintain a normal blood sugar level. Eventually over-worked Beta cells break down and lose their ability to produce insulin. Without sufficient insulin the blood sugar level starts to rise without control and causes type 2 diabetes. Therefore, we can say that Beta cells play a major part in the mechanism of this disease.

Treatments available today concentrate on the body’s response to insulin or replacing the lack of insulin but not on improving the function of Beta cells. These treatments are known to affect the heart and be mentally difficult for patients. Furthermore, the current methods of treatment do not seem to be very effective, as diabetes related health problems did not decline much over the last 10 years.

To date there have been little or no success in discovering new treatment methods that focus on repair, replacement or increasing the number of Beta cells until the emergence of stem cell therapy. Stem cell therapy offers new ways to treat type 2 diabetes after having been successfully used in treating type 1 diabetes.

A clinical trial using stem cell therapy was conducted on 32 patients with type 2 diabetes. The stem cells used in the trial were stromal vascular fraction (SVF) cells taken from patients’ own fat. The advantage of using patient’s own fat as a source of SVF cells, is that it is safe, less harmful, more affordable as compared to extracting stem cells from patients’ other organs such as skin, liver and bone marrow. Also, the use of SVF cells has already shown to be safe and effective both in animals and humans when used in treating various injuries and illnesses.

The trial results confirmed that SVF stem cells when given intravenously to treat patients with type 2 diabetes was a safe procedure, and over the 12 months period, most patients’ blood sugar level control and Beta cell function improved. An improved Beta cell function could mean that the Beta cell was repaired or renewed. Although it was a small trial the positive health outcomes and little side effects shown encourage future larger clinical trials to further support these findings.

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A Stem Cell Story

Life begins with a single cell. These cells divide over and over again to make billions of cells which form the human body. We can find all types of cells some big, some small and some which form beautiful patterns in our body. These cells make copies of themselves and are given special jobs. Some of them carry messages from the brain to different parts of the body, some carry oxygen and so on.

Skin stem cells can produce enough stem cells to cover the whole body and can be useful for a person who has had burn injuries. Blood cancers can be cured by injecting stem cells which can repair the entire blood system.

The cells in a mother’s womb before the baby is born or starts forming are known to have extra special powers and can be used in place of any cell and start acting as those cells. Taking out these stem cells destroys the baby and hence some people do not agree with this kind of treatment. These cells are known to cure diseases like Parkinson’s, Diabetes and Cancer. Scientists are now trying to find ways in which these extra special cells can be formed without destroying the baby in the womb.

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Surecell Malvern PRP Clinic

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We are located at the Malvern Health and Fitness Center and offer the complete range of Surecell Services.

Malvern Health & Fitness has been offering instruction and training in martial arts since 1992. Located in Malvern, Victoria, next to Surecell PRP and Stem Cell procedures, Malvern Health & Fitness is your one-stop shop for martial arts classes, personal training, professional sports, general medicine, health and fitness advice.

Based within the Malvern Health and Fitness and Personal Training studios, our Surecell clinic gives clients the unique experience of a full-service health and fitness consultation with full access to complete rehabilitation and strengthening exercise equipment.

Our Vision

Here at Malvern Health & Fitness we believe in a combined approach to achieving overall health, fitness and well being. There is no one, defined solution. The greatest results come from a combination of exercise, optimal recovery, good health care, positive, mental well being and a balanced, nutritional diet. Through our services here at Malvern Health and Fitness, we endeavor to provide you with everything you need to achieve your goals. For mor information feel free to contact us anytime for a complimentary initial consultation.

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1291 Malvern Rd, Malvern, Victoria, Australia 3144

tel: +61 3 9822 9996 email: info@malvernhealthandfitness.com.au

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Dr Peter Lewis re-invited to speak at Pattaya City Expat Club

ATTENTION!!! Dr. Peter Lewis, a co-founder of Surecell and its Medical Director, will be giving his presentation on PRP and Stem Cell Treatments at the Pattaya City Expats Club on 21 June 2015 at the Tavern by the Sea, Amari Orchid Hotel, North Pattaya.

Surecell will also give free basic medical check up from 8.30 - 10.30. Registration can be done at http://www.pattayacityexpatsclub.com/. For more information please contact Surecell's Khun Penny +66970196047. First 5 persons to register will receive free Bioscan check up at the clinic and 10% off for PRP Treatment on top of any other discount voucher given

The Three Stages Of Menopause And How To Survive Them

The Three Stages Of Menopause And How To Survive Them

Some refer to menopause as “the change” and that nickname is very fitting. Menopause is the transition from fertility to infertility in women. There are three phases of menopause, and it’s important to list all three because there is crossover between them.

The three phases, broken down

Menopause occurs after twelve consecutive months after a woman’s final period, marking the end of fertility.

Perimenopause is defined as the period of time around a woman’s last menstrual period. Perimenopause includes the time leading up to the last menstrual period, as well as the twelve months afterwards. During this time, a woman’s body starts producing less estrogen, but she may still menstruate and become pregnant. A woman may already experience menopausal symptoms at this time.

Postmenopause refers to a woman’s life span after menopause. Women may experience symptoms for up to ten years.

So what are menopausal symptoms?

During perimenopause a woman’s body starts producing less estrogen, making her eggs gradually less fertile and creating fewer periods. For that reason, one symptom is irregular periods. That could mean skipped periods, light periods, or even heavier ones.

Another symptom is mood swings. A woman’s sex hormones also play a role in feelings of happiness and energy levels, so their fluctuation can cause an emotional roller coaster. These can begin in perimenopause and last through menopause.

The most famous symptoms of menopause are hot flashes. Experts still debate why hot flashes occur—many attribute them to the change in estrogen levels—but they can vary in severity from one woman to the next.

Some symptoms span menopause to postmenopause. These include bone density loss, a spike in cholesterol and vaginal dryness.

How To Survive The Symptoms

Menopause may sound overwhelming, but there are ways to manage the symptoms. In fact, some remedies address several symptoms at once.

Exercise. Working out boosts endorphins and battles the depression that comes with menopause. Exercise also fights bone density loss and helps with cholesterol management.

Be social. Close relationships boost progesterone and fight stress. And hey—it can’t hurt to vent to someone who is going through the same thing.

Take calcium supplements. These are crucial for fighting bone density loss.

Invest in lubricant and cranberry tablets. The vaginal dryness can make sex uncomfortable, but it can also increase one’s risk of urinary tract infections. Lubricant improves sex, and cranberry tablets boost urinary tract health.

Eat healthily. Eating the right foods will help with all of the symptoms. Heavy foods can make one feel lethargic, which only makes matters worse. Healthy foods will help prevent depression, give a woman the energy she needs to exercise and keep cholesterol levels low. Here is a great menopausal diet, reviewed by a doctor.

Menopause is never easy, but if a woman knows what to expect, and has the tools ready to fight the symptoms, “the change” won’t be so bad.

Is it Possible to Exercise Too Much?

It is no secret that the general population of western cultures is quite unhealthy. As a whole, we are eating more and exercising less. This means that the obesity rate is increasing, and along with it are all of the diseases and conditions that end up claiming lives. Those who live a sedentary lifestyle, that is those who rarely, if ever, exercise, are considered to be very unhealthy.

At the other end of the spectrum, however, are the individuals that exercise “too much.” They workout more than once per day, put strain on their heart and muscles, and can actually end up with the same negative health consequences as those who don’t workout at all. So how much exercise is too much?

Copenhagen City Heart Study on Exercise

In 2012, a study was published that looked at the effects of exercise on the body. The idea was to determine what is the optimal amount of exercise; how little is too little, and how much is too much.

In the study, the researchers determined that those who didn’t exercise at all were the most likely to die. In fact, 31% of those with a sedentary lifestyle died over a 12-year study. No big surprises there.

Controlling for other factors, like smoking, age, and pre-existing conditions, the researchers found that those who jogged less than once per week, and those who jogged two or three times per week were ca. 70% less likely to die compared to those who did nothing.

The most interesting discovery, however, was the health of those who jogged more than three times per week. When exercise increased beyond a moderate amount, the risk was only reduced by 29%.

The conclusion: no exercise is the least healthy; excessive exercise is better than none but worse than moderate amounts.

So How Much Should You Exercise?

The idea that jogging just 4 times per week is unhealthy concerns many physicians. Other studies on the topic found that excessive exercise is less healthy, but it is statistically insignificant and shouldn’t be a concern.

The conclusion is to simply follow the US Government’s recommendation of exercise: 150-300 minutes, or going for a light jog 3 to 5 times, per week. That will keep you in that ideal range of health.

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