Regenerative medicine, the most recent and emerging branch of medical science, addresses functional restoration for patients suffering from injuries, chronic illness and/or pain. With the advancement of medical technology, regenerative medical therapies can capture the strength and adaptability of your body to repair and regenerate itself. This type of therapy may produce more positive results in establishing or restoring your body's normal function.
The science of regenerative medicine encompasses stem cell therapy or cellular therapy, utilizing stem cell's potential help to restore structure and functon to damaged tissue and organs of the body. The use of stem cells can have a positive effect for nearly everyone.
When stem cells are deployed into the body they can help regulate inflammation which causes various autoimmune diseases, reduce pain in arthritic conditions and help to promote the formation of new blood vessels that are necessary in bringing nutrients to damaged areas.
Stem cells contain growth factors and proteins. They continue to produce additional growth factors and proteins for a period of time. These components have the potential to positively affect the environment inside your body and to stimulate your own tissue to aid in the regenerative process while also stimulating your own stem cell to aid in regeneration.
Stem cells contain growth factors, proteins, and anti-inflammatory cells. When placed in the body, stem cells can continue to produce additional stem cells, growth factors, proteins and anti-inflammatory cells for a period of time, sometimes up to 90 cell generations. These components have the potential to positively affect the environment inside your body and to stimulate your own tissue to aid in the regenerative process while also stimulating your own stem cell to aid in regeneration.
Whether you are perfectly healthy and want to prolong the function of your health or if you have a chronic condition, you can benefit from stem cell therapy.