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In the realm of modern longevity treatments and scientific advancements in cosmetics, Dr. Robert Whitfield's name shines bright as a pioneer at the forefront. Unsurprisingly, this distinguished figure in the medical field has now taken the lead in Austin, becoming the first doctor to venture into the realm of harvesting Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSCs). With a wide range of applications in mind, including IV therapy, filler injections, and banking, Dr. Whitfield's groundbreaking work ushers in a new era of possibilities in regenerative medicine. Marking a significant milestone in the field, his expertise opens doors for individuals seeking rejuvenation, both inside and out.
The decision to harvest Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSCs) offers individuals numerous benefits and exciting opportunities in the realm of regenerative medicine. Some of the compelling reasons why Dr. Rob’s patients choose to embark on this journey and the extraordinary advantages it can bring are listed below.
Personalized Healthcare
Harvesting MSCs allows individuals to access their own stem cells, offering a tailor-made approach to treatment. These cells possess the remarkable ability to transform into various cell types, making them invaluable in addressing specific medical needs, whether it be tissue repair, immune modulation, or rejuvenation.
Future-Proofing Health
By banking MSCs for future use, individuals can effectively preserve their regenerative potential. As one ages, the body's natural healing abilities may decline, and the risk of developing degenerative conditions increases. Having banked MSCs provides a safety net, ensuring a readily available resource to combat ailments and support overall well-being in the future.
Revolutionary Aesthetic Treatments
Harvested MSCs have become increasingly sought after for their cosmetic applications. Using MSCs as injectables for filler or during rejuvenating procedures such as Morheus8, SkinPen or Ellacor creates natural-looking results and improved skin quality. These cells have the potential to stimulate collagen production, enhance tissue regeneration, and help repair damage caused by aging or external factors.
Accelerated Recovery and Injury Healing
MSCs have shown promise in expediting the healing process for injuries, and various other acute sources of inflammation. By injecting MSCs directly into the affected area, these powerful cells can promote tissue regeneration, reduce inflammation, and potentially halt further damage, leading to a faster and more complete recovery.
Immune Modulation and Autoimmune Disorders
The unique properties of MSCs make them compelling candidates for therapies aimed at managing autoimmune disorders. These cells possess immunomodulatory capabilities, helping to regulate the immune system and reduce excessive inflammation. Harnessing MSCs may offer hope for individuals suffering from conditions such as multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, or Crohn's disease.
The potential benefits of harvesting MSCs extend far beyond what we can currently imagine. As research and technology progress, these versatile cells hold enormous promise for the personalized treatment of various diseases and the pursuit of enhanced well-being. Through the collection and utilization of Mesenchymal Stem Cells, individuals have the opportunity to unlock the remarkable power within their own bodies, paving the way for transformative therapies, aesthetic enhancements, and a brighter, healthier future.

Harvesting MSCs is a precise and meticulous procedure that is done in-office, under local anesthetic and requires expertise and adherence to strict scientific protocols. Using a speciality  liposuction technique, Dr. Rob harvests adipose cells and transfers them to the state of the art device by American Cell Technology to process and collect your own MSCs.
MSCs can also be harvested and preserved for future use, allowing patients to harness their regenerative potential at a later date. The process involves collecting adipose tissue, which is then processed and cryopreserved to maintain the stem cells' viability. This banking option ensures that individuals can access their own MSCs easily for future medical or cosmetic procedures.

IV Therapy
In this application, MSCs are delivered directly into the bloodstream to promote tissue repair and regeneration through-out the body. The process begins with the extraction of adipose tissue from the patient's body, typically through a minimally invasive liposuction proced-ure. The extracted tissue is then processed and purified in a lab, where MSCs are isolated from other cells and prepared for infusion.  Finally, the MSCs are administered intravenously, allow-ing them to travel to the areas in need of repair, rejuvenation, or immune modulation.

Injectables and fillers
For cosmetic purposes like facial rejuvenation or as a filler, MSCs can be derived from adipose tissue or bone marrow. The harvesting process is similar to IV therapy, with the extraction of adipose tissue or bone marrow from the patient's body. Once obtained, the tissue undergoes processing to isolate and concentrate the MSCs. These concentrated MSCs can be combined with other substances, such as platelet-rich plasma (PRP), for enhanced treatment results. The final product is then carefully injected into specific areas that require aesthetic improvements or revitalization.


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