Dr. Burkhard Aschhoff
Villa Medica

Dr. Burkhard Aschhoff

Latest Cell Therapy News & Articles
  • Understanding Down Syndrome Today

    Down Syndrome is genetic in nature and the brain is the most affected organ, the targeted live cells transplantation have the unique ability to regenerate damaged cells, such as neurons to begin with.
  • Infertility: When Parenthood Remains Elusive

    Due to the innate regenerative and self renewal capacity, Cell Therapy is thus suitable to help manage endocrine disorders due to premature ovarian failure, as well as in restoring the hormonal balance in postmenopausal age.
  • Beyond Beauty: The Anti-Aging Revolution

    Cell Therapy offers the potential to re-initiate the regenerative process and replace old, aged and damaged cells with newly regenerated and vigorous cells. The resulting impact is that the body’s natural ability to heal and renew itself is optimised.
  • Chronic Pain Management: The Painful Truth

    The principle of Cell Therapy is to help reduce the inflammation that results in Chronic Pain, or it could help to heal regenerative conditions that lead to pain, such as Arthritis, Diabetes, Nerve Damage, Parkinson’s Disease, and more.
  • Strategies For Living With Ataxia

    The therapeutic principle of Cell Therapy lies in its regenerative capacity and immuno-modulatory properties to combat the degenerative issues caused by ataxia through providing neuroprotection and promoting neurogenesis to improve transmission of nerve signals in the brain and spinal cord, hence restore function
  • Living With Multiple Sclerosis

    The key to treating it stems from understanding the mechanism of nerve and myelin repair potential. Cell therapy has the capability to ‘reboot’ the immune system and this in turn helps to halt the progression of the disease.
  • Cerebral Palsy: Hope Through Cell Therapy

    Treatment for cerebral palsy is multifaceted, consisting of an early intervention treatment and a lifelong management care. Cell therapy is most effective when prescribed earliest after diagnosis. The earlier, the better – certainly before the age of 4 to 5 years, while the brain is still receptive and developing.