Surecell deals with treatment protocol by using PA-PRP and Adipose Derived Stem Cells (ADSCs) in different acute and chronic diseases which is actually are part of the new arena of medical branches called Regenerative medicine.

What is Regenerative medicine?

Regenerative Medicine is a game changing area of medicine with the potential to fully heal damaged tissues and organ offering solutions and hope for people who have conditions that today are beyond repair. The center for regenerative medicine takes three interrelated approaches: rejuvenation, replacement, regeneration.

Its vision is to accelerate the promise of regenerative medicine by exploring the body’s natural ability to heal itself.

What is Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)?

Platelet Rich Plasma is an extract from the patient blood. platelets are in charge for would healing. PRP uses your body’s own healing mechanism – the platelets – to heal injuries in Tendons, Bones and Muscles. In other words “musculoskeletal conditions”.

When you cut your finger the platelets in your blood clot to form a protective layer around the injury. They also emit Growth Factors which helps healing your injury.

PRP uses this mechanism for medicine. We take a small amount of your blood and spin it in a centrifuge to separate the platelets and plasma from the red and white blood cells (these are not responsible for healing). After separation the plasma and platelets are treated with light for 10 minutes and injected exactly where your injury is.
This helps your body heal in the long term and in a very healthy way.

What is Stem Cell?

Stem cells are unspecialised (undifferentiated) cells that are of the same family type (lineage). They retain an ability to divide throughout life, giving rise to cells that can become highly specialised and take the place of cells that die or are lost. Stem cells contribute to the body’s ability to renew and repair its tissues. Unlike mature cells, which are permanently committed to their fate, stem cells can both renew themselves as well as create new cells of whatever tissue they belong to (and other tissues). Stem cells are sometimes also referred to as progenitor cells.

Types of Stem Cells

There are many types of stem cells, having different names usually attributed to either their tissue of origin or various characteristics they possess. Some of these stem cells occur naturally and some have been manipulated (or induced) in laboratories to possess certain characteristics.

Listed below are the main groups

  • Embryonic Stem Cells
  • Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells
  • Mesenchymal Stem Cells

Sure Cell clinics around the world

Doctors from different countries beyond Australia like Philippines, Malaysia, Russia, Thailand and many more trained with Dr. Peter Lewis and Joined the Surecell group in the mission to spread this potential evidence based treatment of Future evolving medicine in the benefit of the patient worldwide.


Surecell Mission

Surecell focuses on regenerative powers already existing within our own bodies. These are collected and repositioned so that expedited healing comes naturally without having to resort to medication or intrusive operating procedures.

We have a holistic approach and seek to understand the way our body repairs itself and how we can best assist in this process.

We continuously search for more applications and better-suited procedures to make life healthy and enjoyable at an affordable cost.

Surecell Medical [BD] Ltd : Who Are We?

Finding the enormous potential, safety and cost effectiveness of PA-PRP and Adipose Derived Stem Cells (ADSCs) treatments, we are some doctors of Bangladesh trained with Dr. Peter Lewis and Joined the Surecell group and feel fortunate to Introduce this treatment protocol in our country Bangladesh and thus have a chance to serve the people to get the benefit of this higher modern Healthcare services and to provide the most sustainable health treatments of our new generation.

Dr. Peter Lewis, MBBS, FAARM, FABRM

Medical Director

Dr. Peter Lewis, a co-founder of Surecell, has been an Australian registered medical practitioner since 1983, after graduating with a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery from Monash University.

In 1988, he completed a post-graduate diploma in sports medicine. He is considered an expert in the field of sports medicine, including platelet rich plasma (PA PRP) and adipose derived stem cells (ADSCs), regenerative medicine treatments. Dr. Lewis is the first doctor to consult exclusively in this new field. In 1985, Dr. Lewis established the ReCreation Medical Centre.

In 2010 Dr. Lewis started to use PRP and ADSCs to treat sport injuries and osteoarthritis. News about the success of his therapies quickly spread and lead to referrals from general practitioners and orthopedic surgeons from all over Australia.

Other clinics join with Dr. Peter Lewis to run dedicated PRP and ADSCs facilities for musculoskeletal and cosmetic therapies at various locations throughout Melbourne, Australia.

Dr. Lewis’ specialization on PA PRP and ADSCs has resulted in over 120,000 PRP injections treating patients since 2010.

A dedicated team of researchers is compiling data and interviewing patients after conclusion of their therapies to evaluate the effectiveness of PA PRP. A recent scientific paper, at the moment in final production, comes to the conclusion that in a sample of 517 patients treated with PRP, 67% were saved from undergoing joint replacement surgery and 84% would recommend PRP.

Because of his extensive experience with PRP and Stem Cells in regenerative medicine, Dr. Peter Lewis is regularly invited to lecture on the subject in Australia and internationally.

Dr. Lewis is on the Clinical Advisory Board of the National Institute of Integrative Medicine . He is the current chairman of the Australasian Ringside Medical Association and has been the presiding doctor for most boxing and kickboxing fights in Victoria. He has also written many articles on this topic.

He is a regular columnist for International Kickboxer magazine, and the resident doctor for the martial arts television show “Hammertime”, which is screened weekly on the Fox Sports 2 channel.