Regenerative Medicine Treating Injuries the Natural Way

Regenerative medicine is a game-changing area of medicine with the potential to fully heal damaged  tissues, offering solutions and hope for people who have conditions that were once thought to be beyond repair.

Stem cells are the basic cellular building blocks of the bodies tissues and vital organs. They are found in the body’s organs, tissues, blood and immune system. They have the ability to regenerate into additional stem cells or differentiate into specialized cells, such as nerve or blood cells. This remarkable ability makes them invaluable in medical treatments. When injected into a patient’s body, stem cells can repair or replace the patient’s damaged or diseased cells, improve health and even save life. With nearly a third of the US suffering from chronic pain and over a million patients a year having joint replacements, affordable stem cell therapy brings a welcome and viable alternative to the non-reversible trauma of surgery and a non-invasive drug-free treatment method for many internal medical conditions.

Regenerative Biologics

Where Do Our Stem Cells Come From?

Our stem cells are derived exclusively from umbilical cord tissue and other placental materials from live healthy birthed babies. Extracting stem cells this way is safe and least invasive. We have a network of participating hospitals that invite mothers to donate umbilical cord tissues that are otherwise discarded after
a healthy and normal birth. The umbilical cord tissue and blood are extracted at the time of birth and taken to our lab for good manufacturing practices and production and safety protocols of the regenerative medicine product. For clarification, these stem cells do not come from an embryo. While some people may have ethical issues with embryonic stem cell therapy, most everyone agrees that the use of amniotic stem cell therapy raises no ethical or moral questions.

How Do We Use Stem Cells?

One of the most fundamental and profound characteristics of stem cells is that at their origin they are undifferentiated. They are not specialized to carry out any one specific function, like red blood cells that are designated to carry oxygen throughout the body or heart muscle cells that are designated to contract to pump blood. Stem cells can give rise to specialized cells through a process called differentiation. This way they can become any kind of cell your body needs, including blood cells, nerve cells and muscle cells.

Regenerative Medical Procedures

We offer a variety of stem cell treatments, tailored to the individual needs of each patient. Here are some  of the treatments we offer:
Umbilical Cord Blood Stem Cell Therapy. Umbilical Cord Blood Stem Cells are derived from umbilical cords and the placenta donated by mothers after normal and healthy childbirths. This cord blood contains hematopoietic (blood) stem cells and can be used to treat leukemia, blood and bone marrow disorders and immune deficiencies. 
Wharton’s Jelly Stem Cell Therapy. Wharton’s Jelly is the connective tissue of the human umbilical cord.  Wharton’s Jelly is an abundant source of adult stem cells (MSC) and has gained attention recently from studies showing its great potential in regenerative medicine. The MSCs within Wharton’s Jelly are multipotent stem cells, meaning, they can differentiate into several different types of cells to bring healing to various parts of the body, including cartilage, bone, muscle, fat, liver, brain, and heart cells.

Stem Cell Therapy

Amniotic Fluid Stem Cell Therapy. Amniotic fluid and Flowable Amnion with viable cellular material is obtained from placental products from healthy live birthed babies. Amniotic fluid has similar regenerative characteristics as stem cells since it possesses the ability to create a cellular cascade recruiting the body’s own Stem Cells. This means that this cellular cascade either makes new cells that are the same or they make cells that can change into the type of cells that the body needs. Amniotic flowables have anti-inflammatory properties (Cytokines & Growth Factors) similar to cortisone and steroid shots and thus can be used to treat conditions like knee osteoarthritis, Achilles tendonitis, rotator cuff tendonitis, and degenerative arthritis.

What Conditions Can Be Treated with Stem Cell Therapy?

Stem Cell Therapy can be used to treat a wide variety of medical conditions, ranging from Orthopedics, Pain Management, Cardiology, Pulmonology, Rheumatology, Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD), Diabetes & Di abetic Neuropathy, Neurology, Autoimmune Disorders and in Surgical Procedures. Aesthetic, Cosmetic and Plastic Surgical Procedures, including Wound Healing and Limb Salvage, have also become commonplace.

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