Frequently Asked Questions

What are Infiniti Cells?

Infiniti Cells™ are a simple, safe and regenerative therapy that can stimulate and strengthen your body’s internal repair system.

Are they safe?

Safety is an essential and extremely important fact when considering stem cell therapy. Blood banks screen their cells for 8 different pathogens. Infiniti Cells take the screening to the next level by adding an additional 5 pathogens plus bacterial, fungal, and yeast cultures. Our team wants you to be certain that the cells you give yourself, family, and clients are the best of the best.

Where do they come from?

Infiniti Cells are sourced from thoroughly screened, human umbilical cords donated from a healthy mother and healthy baby.

How long does it take?

Every client gets a dedicated one-on-one consultation to discuss your unique therapy plan. From there, the Infiniti Cell therapy can take between 5-20 minutes depending on your needs. Follow up appointments will be scheduled to monitor your successful results.

Are there any side effects?

The majority of our clients see no side effects at all, however clients with a sulfa drug allergy may experience a minor reaction of flu-like symptoms. These symptoms usually last between 24 and 48 hours. Not all clients with this allergy will experience a reaction.

Is this covered by my insurance?

Stem cell therapy is not covered by insurance at this time. The cost is affordable when compared with the cost of most deductibles or co-pays.

Are they FDA approved?

The FDA does not approve natural therapies. Infiniti Cells meet and exceed all the current FDA guidelines that are in place. The labs we work with to house and process the cells are overseen by the FDA (US Food & Drug Administration) and follow the guidelines of the WHO (World Health Organization), NIH (National Institute of Health), AABB (American Academy of Blood Banks), and AATB (American Academy of Tissue Banks).

How much does it cost?

The average stem cell therapy ranges between $3,500 and $6,500. Although this may seem like a lot of money, the majority of the time the cost is less than your out of pocket expenses for more traditional therapies. For example, the average total knee replacement costs $50,000 and the client’s responsibility is 20% which is $10,000. And, this does not include the time off work for recovery. In the end, stem cell therapy is a less expensive option for regenerative wellness.