Hair & Sculpt

Hair & Sculpt

Medical Conditions

Hair & Sculpt Program

Hair disorders are common and can range from conditions including hair loss and baldness, excessive hair growth and disorders involving the hair shaft. Causes of hair loss include, but are not limited to genetic abnormalities, skin disorders, diseases, bacterial infections, hormone imbalances and damaging grooming practices.

Hair & Sculpt

Hair loss in Men

About 85% of men will have major hair thinning by the time they’re 50.

Hair loss in Women

Women can lose their hair during pregnancy, thyroid disorders, anemia, polycystic ovary syndrome, autoimmune diseases, psoriasis and seborrheic dermatitis

Treatments for Hair & Scalp we provide...

  • Placenta hair formula scalp injection
  • Meso-Hair therapy scalp injection
  • Platelet rich plasma scalp injection
  • Stem cell therapy scalp injection


Medical Conditions


Hypertension can damage your health in many ways. It can seriously hurt important organs like the heart, brain, kidneys and eyes.

At Vital Medi Clinic, we offer IV infusions plus Thai Traditional Medicine.

IV nutrition is a method of feeding vitamins and other beneficial substances directly into your body for reductions in systemic oxidant stress, blood pressure in hypertension and end-organ damage.



Medical Conditions


Diabetes is a disease that occurs when your blood glucose (blood sugar) is too high.

How we Treat?

We offer a regenerative approach to Diabetes treatment. Our approach is to treat Diabetes as the complex, by assisting the body’s own ability to reduce inflammation and regulating the immune system (immunomodulation). We create a customized treatment package for each of our patients. Each of our treatment packages include a combination of the following core components including Regenerative Therapy, IV nutrition, Enzyme Therapy, Cannabis; THCV Therapy, Thai Traditional therapy, Compounded supplements and peptide injection.

NAD+ & Liver Detox

NAD+ Liver Detox

Wellness Program

NAD+ Liver Detox

Our innovative therapy is specifically designed to rejuvenate and cleanse your liver.

Benefits of NAD+ infusion:

  • Boost metabolism
  • Boost memory
  • Improve mood
  • Increase energy and help to get rid of brain fog
  • Improve brain health and neurological function
  • Improve mental clarity and brain regeneration
  • Boost energy levels
  • Reduce overall fatigue and improves cellular metabolism
  • Restore muscle function and athletic performance

Benefits of liver detoxification infusion:

  • Support enzymes that help the liver to eliminate toxins
  • Reduce inflammation
  • Help the liver recover faster and accelerate the excretion of toxic residues in the body
  • Reduce the accumulation of fat in the liver and adhesion of fat on the walls of blood vessels
NAD+ & Liver Detox
Placenta Therapy

Placenta Therapy

Wellness Program

The Placenta - HPE Protein Therapy

The Benefits of Placenta:

  • Enhance immune function
  • Faster recovery times and improved tissue regeneration
  • Anti inflammatory action
  • Promote cellular rejuvenation
  • Improve hormonal imbalance
  • Promote collagen and wound healing ability
  • Promote blood circulation and improve anemic conditions
  • Age-related conditions
  • Improve lean muscle mass and reduce body fat
Placenta Therapy

Placenta Therapy for MEN

  • Improve sexual function and libido
  • Enhance fertility support
  • Regulate diabetes and hypertension
  • Reduce cholesterol and triglycerides
  • Alleviate chronic pain and inflammation
  • Faster healing and recovery
  • Strengthen immune system
  • Increase energy and alertness
  • Improve sleep quality
  • Enhance muscle mass and reduced body fat

Placenta Therapy for WOMEN

  • Promote collagen production and skin elasticity
  • Enhance skin health and wound healing ability
  • Support weight loss and healthy metabolism
  • Improve female fertility
  • Boost immune system
  • Reduce inflammation and chronic pain
  • Balance cholesterol and triglycerides
  • Enhance blood circulation
  • Regulate mensruation and boosts sex drive
  • Improve menopause and hormornal imbalance
Metabolic Analysis Profile

Metabolic Analysis Profile

Health Checkup

Metabolic Analysis Profile

Metabolic profiling or metabolic screening, refers to the examination of metabolic pathways and processes in the body to identify abnormalities or dysfunctions. It involves the assessment of various metabolites, which are small molecules produced during metabolism, in different biological samples like blood, urine, or tissues. Metabolic analysis is commonly used in medical and research settings to diagnose metabolic disorders and understand the underlying causes of certain health conditions.

Symptoms of Metabolic Disorders

The symptoms of metabolic disorders can vary widely depending on the specific condition. However, some common signs and symptoms that might indicate a metabolic issue include:

  1. Unexplained weight loss or weight gain
  2. Fatigue and weakness
  3. Abnormal levels of blood sugar or insulin resistance
  4. Frequent urination
  5. Excessive thirst
  6. Changes in appetite
  7. Muscle cramps or weakness
  8. Developmental delays (in infants and children)
  9. Neurological problems (e.g., seizures, intellectual disabilities)
  10. Abnormalities in the skin, hair, or nails
Micro Nutrition Analysis

Micro-Nutrition Analysis

Health Checkup

Micro-Nutrition Analysis

is a diagnostic test that evaluates the levels of various micro-nutrients in the body. It aims to assess an individual’s nutritional status by measuring specific vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and other essential minerals for the body. This analysis can be done through a variety of methods, including blood tests, urine tests, hair analysis and other diagnostic tools.

The purpose of micro-nutrition analysis is to identify any deficiencies or imbalances in micro-nutrients that may be contributing to health issues or affecting overall wellness. Based on the results of the analysis, personalized dietary and supplement recommendations can be made to optimize an individual’s micro-nutrient status and support their health goals.

Micro Nutrition Analysis

What is tested in a Micro-Nutrition Analysis

  • Amino acids
  • Organic acids
  • Nutrient markers
  • Oxidative stress markers
  • Detoxification markers
  • Mitochondrial function markers
Men & Women Health Checkup

Men & Women Checkup

Health Checkup

Men & Women Health Checkup

  • Cardiovascular health assessment
  • Hormone level analysis
  • Nutrition assessment
  • Lifestyle and risk factor analysis

At Vital Medi Clinic we focus on you as an individual, assessing your unique risk factors so we can tailor a custom-made approach to addressing your medical needs. 

Our functional health approach to medical care means that if we find a disease or condition, we don’t just find a drug to match it; we address the root of the problem and its cause, questioning the decreased function in particular areas and how to restore it. This functional approach to medicine looks to find the root cause of loss of system function and reveal to us why there are symptoms in the first place. We also consider your lifestyle and dietary habits to provide a snapshot of the influences in your lifestyle.  Nutrition and other factors may be having an impact on your physical, mental and emotional health and this allows us to take a holistic approach to your care.

The health check up package we offer includes a detailed health questionnaire, along with blood and urine tests. 

Full Spectrum Pathology testing covers a comprehensive range of health impeding processes in the body, including vitamin and mineral deficiency and toxicity, white and red blood cell count, mineral and trace element levels, inflammation, cancer markers and more.

Men & Women Health Checkup
cellular treatment

Comprehensive Guide on Cellular Treatment


Cellular treatment, also known as cell therapy, is an innovative medical approach that involves the use of living cells to treat various medical conditions. These cells can be derived from the patient (autologous) or from a donor (allogeneic). Cellular treatments have shown great promise in regenerative medicine, immunotherapy, and other fields of healthcare. In this comprehensive guide, we’ll cover the fundamental aspects of cellular treatment, its applications, benefits, risks, and the future of this evolving medical technology.

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Table of Contents

Types of Cellular Treatment

a. Stem Cell Therapy: This involves the use of stem cells to repair, regenerate, or replace damaged tissues or organs. Stem cells can differentiate into specialized cell types, making them valuable for treating conditions like spinal cord injuries, heart diseases, and more.

b. Immunotherapy: This category involves manipulating the patient’s immune cells to enhance their ability to fight diseases, especially cancer. Examples include CAR-T cell therapy and adoptive T-cell therapy.

c. Tissue Engineering: This is a branch of cellular treatment that combines cells with biomaterials to create functional tissue grafts for transplantation.

Cellular Treatment Process

a. Cell Collection: Depending on the type of cellular treatment, cells are collected from the patient or a donor. Common sources include bone marrow, peripheral blood, umbilical cord blood, adipose tissue, and embryonic stem cells (with ethical considerations).

b. Cell Isolation and Expansion: Once collected, the desired cell type is isolated and cultured to increase their numbers significantly. This expansion phase ensures a sufficient cell population for therapeutic purposes.

c. Preparation of Cells: Cells may undergo genetic modification or other treatments to enhance their therapeutic properties, such as increasing their targeting ability in immunotherapy.

d. Administration: After preparation, cells are administered back to the patient through various methods, such as intravenous infusion, direct injection, or surgical transplantation.

Applications of Cellular Treatment

a. Cancer Treatment: Immunotherapies like CAR-T cell therapy have shown remarkable success in treating certain types of cancer, particularly leukemia and lymphoma.

b. Neurological Disorders: Stem cell therapies offer potential treatments for conditions like Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, and spinal cord injuries.

c. Cardiovascular Diseases: Cellular treatments aim to repair damaged heart tissue and improve heart function after heart attacks or heart failure.

d. Autoimmune Diseases: Cellular therapies can be used to modify or suppress the immune system to manage autoimmune disorders like multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis.

e. Organ Regeneration: Tissue engineering approaches using cellular treatments may lead to the creation of functional organs for transplantation, addressing the shortage of donor organs.


a. Regenerative Potential: Cellular treatments offer the potential to regenerate damaged tissues and organs, potentially providing long-lasting relief or cure.

b. Personalized Medicine: Autologous cell therapies are tailored to each patient, reducing the risk of immune rejection and increasing treatment effectiveness.

c. Reduced Side Effects: Compared to traditional treatments like chemotherapy, cellular therapies can have fewer adverse effects.

Risks and Challenges

a. Immunological Response: In allogeneic treatments, the patient’s immune system may recognize donor cells as foreign and mount an immune response, leading to rejection.

b. Tumorigenicity: There is a risk that transplanted cells may develop into tumors, especially with stem cell therapies.

c. Ethical Considerations: The use of certain cell types, such as embryonic stem cells, raises ethical concerns.

d. Regulatory Hurdles: Cellular treatments are relatively new, and their regulation can be complex, ensuring safety and efficacy.

Future Directions

a. Advancements in Research: Ongoing research will likely lead to improved understanding and optimization of cellular treatments.

b. Automation and Standardization: Automation of cell processing and standardization of protocols will enhance the reproducibility and availability of therapies.

c. Gene Editing Technologies: Techniques like CRISPR-Cas9 may revolutionize cellular treatments by precisely modifying cell properties.

d. Combination Therapies: Cellular treatments may be combined with other treatments like gene therapy or traditional medicine for enhanced efficacy.


Cellular treatment holds tremendous potential to revolutionize modern medicine, offering hope for patients with currently untreatable conditions. While there are challenges to overcome, ongoing research, technological advancements, and an ethical approach will drive this field forward, leading to safer, more effective cellular therapies in the future. As the field continues to evolve, it is essential to stay informed about the latest developments and breakthroughs in cellular treatment.