What is Regenerative Therapy?
Stem cells have been clinically and scientifically proven to effectively treat chronic and acute pain.
Stem cells are unspecialized cells that are capable of cell division. When a stem cell divides it splits into new cells that can remain stem cells or under certain experimental or physiologic conditions can be induced to become tissue or organ specific cells with special functions, such as muscle cells or brain cells. In many tissues stem cells are able to serve as an internal repair system.
Where Do Stem Cells Come From?
- Bone Marrow
- Fat Deposit
- Allograft Tissue
Regenerative therapy is a very simple and safe outpatient procedure that is performed by a qualified physician. It’s easy as 1, 2, 3!
Regenerative Therapy Procedure
Step 1:Removal of bone marrow or fat tissue. If you choose to use amniotic tissues, half the battle is already over.
Step 2:Once a sample of your bone marrow or fat tissue has been obtained, the cells are isolated with a specialized centrifuge. If you decide to use amniotic tissue, they are delivered to the doctor’s office ready for injection.
Step 3: The stem cells or amniotic tissue are then carefully injected into the site where the injury exists and the healing and regeneration begins!
Treat your pain with Regenerative Therapy
Regenerative therapy procedures can treat the following conditions (but not limited to):
- Aesthetics Conditions
- Musculoskeletal Conditions
- Wound Care Conditions