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Regeneration & Therapy

Who Are Cellf?

Cellf is a new and innovative company based around delivering information and delivery of and on the latest research in complementary medicine for Cell Rejuvenation. These therapies are new and innovative and many that believe it is “Tomorrows vitamins being delivered today”.

Complementary medicine has been established as a valuable source for consumers around the world. It is a type of medicine that has evolved around patient centered care, with parallels between the delivery of, and approach to a philosophy of holism and the singular patient. The clinical applications offered by Cellf are designed to work in conjunction with what is best for your body.

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Treatments and Procedures

At Cellf we offer extensive consultation with our doctors to cater to each patients varying needs. New technology allows for the completion of some procedures in the same day, using minimally invasive methods.

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Cell Rejuvenation Perth

1. Harvesting

A simple fat graft (lipoaspirate) is undertaken under a local anaesthetic.

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2. Separation

All harvested material is then deposited into a state of the art closed system for washing.

3. Activation

The required cells are separated from fat cells through washing and a high-speed centrifuge within the system.

4. Delivery

The preparation is then administered back into the body. The average time for the procedure is 3.5 hours and is completed on the same day.

“Cell regeneration can help maintain a busy lifestyle”

Low Level Laser Light Therapy

Cellf is working to bring the fast-developing field of using cold lasers for medical treatment into our Cell Therapies.

With unique designs that enable increased penetration and a combination of different laser wavelengths and patented protocols we see significantly improved therapeutic results, across many different areas of medicine including pain management, rehabilitation, dermatology, dentistry, neurology, orthopaedics, acupuncture and also for intra-articular and interstitial laser therapy.

IV Micronutrients

Vitamins and minerals are considered essential nutrients are crucial for the healthy functioning of our bodies and the prevention of disease. Vitamins and minerals are often referred to as micronutrients and include the Vitamin B group (B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B7, B9, B12), Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Iron, Magnesium, Iodine and Zinc. Essential nutrients cannot be naturally produced in the body, so are obtained through our diet. Deficiencies in these essential nutrients can lead to severe problems.

A nutritional deficiency occurs when the body is unable to absorb or obtain the necessary amounts of a nutrient. Deficiencies can be the result of malabsorption in the gut from various disorders such as IBS, Crohne’s Disease, Diverticulitis, imbalanced gut flora and Coeliac Disease. This can lead to a variety of health problems which can include digestion problems, skin disorders, poor immunity, stunted or defective bone growth and development, decreased cognitive function among many more.

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Benefits of IV micronutrients

  • Improved Energy
  • Improved Immune Function
  • Resilience to stress, relaxation
  • Detoxification
  • Improved blood flow
  • Reduced inflammation
  • Improved Cognition and mood
  • Healthy skin

Intravenous (IV) vitamin therapy is a method of administering active vitamins and minerals directly into the bloodstream. These increased levels can provide an immediate therapeutic response by correcting deficiencies.

Symptoms of Deficiency

  • Brittle hair and nails
  • Chronic Fatigue
  • Muscle pains
  • Mouth ulcers
  • Cracks at corner of mouth
  • Bleeding gums
  • Easy bruising
  • Lethargy
  • Poor immune system
  • Poor wound healing
  • Nosebleeds
  • Dermatitis
  • Hair loss
  • Restless leg syndrome
  • Pale skin
  • Weakness
  • Shortness of breath
  • Light headedness
  • Constipation
  • Heart palpitations
  • Pins and needles
  • Poor concentration
  • Poor memory
  • Menstrual disturbances


  • Metabolises carbohydrates to energy
  • Normal brain function
  • Normal nervous system function


  • Assists with energy production
  • Activates other vitamins
  • Breakdown of fatty acids and proteins
  • Antioxidant qualities


  • Assists in energy production
  • Assists with the metabolism of glucose, fat and alcohol.
  • Normal brain function
  • Normal nervous system function


  • Responsible for the production of blood cells
  • Assists with energy production
  • Responsible for the synthesis of adrenal hormones e.g. steroid hormones and stress-related hormones


  • Assists with mood regulation
  • Normal brain function and neurotransmission


  • Assists in energy production
  • Assists with the metabolism of carbohydrates
  • Normal brain function
  • Produces and maintains new cells


  • Responsible for the formation of red blood cells
  • Assists with the metabolism of fatty acids and amino acids
  • Formation of nerve cells and proteins

Vitamin C

  • Antioxidant
  • Metabolism of proteins
  • Healthy immune function
  • Helps with the absorption of Iron
  • Essential for collagen production
  • Detoxification

Vitamin D

  • Helps with the absorption of calcium
  • Healthy bones and teeth
  • Healthy immune function


  • Red blood cell formation
  • Responsible for transporting oxygen to cells
  • Energy production
  • Stored oxygen in the muscles


  • Essential for normal thyroid function
  • Healthy brain function
  • Normal growth
  • Aids metabolism


  • Maintains normal muscle and nerve function
  • Improved immune function
  • Maintains healthy heart rhythm
  • Bone health
  • Helps regulate blood glucose levels
  • Helps regulate blood pressure


  • Wound healing
  • Improved immune function
  • Tissue repair
  • Assists with the breakdown of carbohydrates
  • Sense of smell and taste

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Platelet Rich Plasma

About Platelet Rich Plasma

Platelet rich plasma is a complex composition of cellular components that, when prepared properly, can be used to heal and repair a host of injuries and conditions.  Platelet rich plasma is a biologic, and a foundation in the syndicate of regenerative therapies used in modern medicine. It is chosen over surgery for many conditions, ranging from degenerative joint disease, to tendon and ligament tears, as well as genetic hair loss or thinning and Alopecia Areata.  When it is prepared correctly, it can make a remarkable difference in your recovery.

What is Clinical Platelet Rich Plasma (C-PRP)

Clinical platelet rich plasma (C-PRP) contains a clinical dose of concentrated platelets in a treatment sample. Scientific studies provide proof of bone and soft tissue healing enhancement with a minimum PRP platelet count of 1,000,000 platelets per microliter.  This translates to a minimum of 1 billion platelets per millilitre.  Therefore, a 5mL treatment sample of C-PRP should contain at least 5 billion deliverable platelets, for clinical efficacy.

Importance of Platelets in C-PRP

Platelets contain alpha granules that are full of growth factors.  These growth factors are key to the proliferative repair of damaged tissue. Growth factors stimulate cellular growth, differentiation, proliferation and healing. Growth factors are one of the most important components of C-PRP when used as a regenerative biologic.  Growth factors are potent and effective releasates in C-PRP.

Other Important Cells in C-PRP

Other cells that are just as important as platelets in C-PRP are white blood cell mediators, cytokines and hormones.  These include agranular cell types such as lymphocytes, monocytes, and macrophages.   These cells are extremely beneficial and provide a powerful antimicrobial effect.  They enhance the local immune response through the uptake of microbes and particles followed by its digestion and destruction.  They also act as signalling molecules between cells by binding to specific receptors on the surface of their target cells and attract regenerative cells to it.  These cells are a vital component of C-PRP and add to its clinical efficacy and potency.

After Treatment Follow Up Care

Once the Therapy has been completed a healthy eating plan and regular exercise is recommended. You are not expect you to run marathons, however a minimum of 30 minutes 3 x weekly will help give your body the best possible course to return to optimal health.

After treatment care is recommended with specialist Physiotherapists and Exercise Physiologists to ensure the best possible outcome from this treatment.

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Our aim is to make these holistic based medicines available to patients who are interested and to provide ongoing research data under approved and validated studies.


What is Cellf?

The word Cellf is a play on words. We were looking for something to bring together “cells for self”. And wallah!

What is Regenerative Medicine?

The regenerative medical field truly represents a new era in medicine, one in which otherwise dormant cells from your own body are made bio-available, by way of cell therapy, IV Micro-nutrients or Low Level Laser Therapy,  to replace and repair degenerative cells and tissues elsewhere in your body.

What is cell regeneration?

Cell Regeneration is a treatment process where  dormant cells are used to help repair and re-invigorate damaged cells in your body.

How does cell regeneration work?

Cell regeneration works by starting a series of natural developments which result in an overall change that releases Cytokines. Cytokines are cell signalling molecules that aid cell to cell communication in immune responses and stimulate the movement of cells towards sites of inflammation, infection and trauma. Thereby starting the internal healing process.

How is therapy administered by medical practioners?

The treatment is done in 4 easy steps.

  1. After an initial consultation with a fully trained doctor the 4-hour treatment  may be advised in an approved clinic/hospital. The day of a procedure a nurse will go through all areas of the treatment.
  2. The next step is the liposuction to retrieve the cells. A local anesthetic will be given in the area designated as the harvest site. This harvest will be transferred to a Separation System.
  3. The process of extracting the cells is carried out in a fully enclosed system. Following this, Laser Therapy – Low Level Laser may be offered, which also helps the body to repair and prepare the body to receive the extracted cells.
  4. The cells are returned to the body through injections to the areas as discussed in your consult with the doctor.

What cells are used?

This process only uses cells derived from your body, called Autologous Cells. At no stage are we discussing manipulating or changing these cells. This process helps to eliminate the chances of rejection and the closed system helps to eliminate cross infection. We are not discussing Induced Pluripotent Cells (IPS), or Autologous Adult Stem Cells where genes have been manipulated as these are considered not ready for patient use by many Regulators.

Why use Adipose Tissue (fat cells) and not bone marrow cells?

There are many different studies on this question and it has been proven that there is a higher concentration of regenerative cells in fat (Messers Zuk & Hedrick 2002). We are looking for the highest cell count for the best possible outcome. Also, the Separation Machine discussed is approved  by “The Therapeutic Goods Association” (TGA). It is state of the art technology, being fully enclosed to limit cross infection. (We were unable to find a similar machine for bone marrow separation. This is not to say that it doesn’t exist.)

Is this the same as "Stem Cell Treatment"?

The word Stem Cell is an overarching phrase used for different cells in the body. The term Stem Cell Treatment or Stem Cell Derived Treatments is widely used by the medical profession and largely miss-understood by the local community. The word Stem Cell is often used as a generic term for different cells in the body. These cells have the capacity to assist healing by stimulating blood flow and allowing oxygen to damaged areas. In this web page we are talking about harvested fat cells which are called “Adipose Tissue” or “Adipose derived Regenerative Cells” (ADRCs) or “Stromal Vascular Rich Cells” (SVRCs)

How many treatments are required?

This depends on the program that the doctor has determined best for you and your body.

What is Laser Therapy?

The use of our low-level laser therapy device leads to a general energizing, immune enhancing and metabolic optimization by absorption through the skin. It is known that this type of treatment works on our body at a cellular level. It is non invasive and to date there are no noted side effects.

Is this the same as PRP, or Platelet Rich Plasma injections?

No! Blood is made up of red cells, white cells, platelets and plasma. Plasma is the fluid part of the blood. Platelets are the smallest blood cells that circulate in your blood. Their best-known function is involved clot formation, which controls bleeding at wound sites. What is not so well known is that they contain many bioactive factors that initiate and regulate wound healing.

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is plasma from which the red cells and white cells have been removed and the platelets concentrated. It is made from your own blood. The plasma, the platelets and the bioactive factors can be used in wound healing and regeneration.

Does Age make a difference?

There are a lot of theories as to why people change as they get older. Some claim that aging is caused by injuries from ultraviolet light over time, wear and tear on the body, or by-products of metabolism. Other theories view aging as a predetermined process controlled by genes.

No single process can explain all the changes of aging. Aging is a complex process that varies as to how it affects different people and even different organs. Most gerontologists (people who study aging) feel that aging is due to the interaction of many lifelong influences. These influences include heredity, environment, culture, diet, exercise and leisure, past illnesses, and many other factors.

Unlike the changes of adolescence, which are predictable to within a few years, each person ages at a unique rate. Some systems begin aging as early as age 30. Other aging processes are not common until much later in life.

Although some changes always occur with aging, they occur at different rates and to different extents. There is no way to predict exactly how you will age.

Some studies have shown that Regeneration treatments have a better effect on people over the age of 35, however this has no clinical evidence to back it up. What we do know is that as we age our bodies do not renew cell turnover at the same rate as it did in our younger years. There appears to be no end age for these treatments to have some effect.

What Diseases are being investigated with cell regeneration?

As its name suggests Cell Regeneration can have beneficial effects on many degenerative diseases. There are currently clinical trials being held all around the world for various diseases, these include but are not limited too;





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