Stem Cell Therapy involves using stem cells to treat medical conditions. Stem cells are cells that have not differentiated into specific cell types. Scientists can manipulate these undifferentiated cells into the cell type the patient needs and then implant these healthy new cells into the patient; the new cells can help improve the condition of the patient. The stem cells can come from the patient, from the lab, or from a donor. In the case of joint repair, doctors can take stem cells from the patient's own bone marrow or fat tissue, or stem cells from an amniotic sac, and inject this into the joint in question to help improve healing or reduce inflammation.
Medicana Konya Hospital is one of the largest tertiary care medical centres in Turkey that offers advanced health care services across multiple specialties. A nationally and internationally renowned hospital, Medicana Konya has a capacity of 201 beds including various intensive care units and observation (recovery) rooms. The hospital offers a complete range of services with all advanced medical facilities with an international standard of infrastructure and a comprehensive healthcare staff. With its high quality of clinical services and efficient patient care, the centre is popular amongst patients from different parts of the world, especially European countries.