Regenerative Cell Therapy
Regenerative Cell therapy, also known as STEM Cell medicine, promotes the repair response of diseased, dysfunctional or injured tissue using stem cells or their derivatives.
High Acceptance of Procedure
Stem cells are becoming a popular tool in helping various forms of dysfunction. There are two kinds of stem cells, autologous (derived from each individual own fat or bone marrow) and exogenous (from undifferentiated umbilical cord and tissue).
The undifferentiated umbilical cord blood is rich in mesenchymal cells, or MSC. MSC’s are multipotent, which means they can differentiate into many types of cells, including organ, muscle, skin, bone, cartilage, and fat cells. This gives them enormous potential for treatment.
MSCs can do more than grow new tissue. They can give signals to other cells to start healing chronic wounds or to prevent harmful inflammation caused by autoimmune, immune-related, These versatile properties have the potential to make MSCs help us overcome some of the most difficult-to-treat medical conditions.
Avoid Surgical Procedures
Mesenchymal stem cells may be injected interarticular (directly in the joint) to help regenerate degenerative musculoskeletal states, thus making them a great surgical preventative measure.
Minimal Recovery Time
Recovery can be one of the most time-consuming elements of any injury. With stem cell therapy, recovery time is minimal.
Conditions Regenerative Cells Can Treat
- Replace neurons damaged by spinal cord injury
- Alzheimer’s disease
- Parkinson’s disease
- Multiple Sclerosis or other neurological problems
- Produce insulin
- Heart attack muscular damage
- Meniscal Tears
- Degenerative Joint Disease
- Replace virtually any tissue or organ that is injured or diseased