Regenerative Medicine is designed to regenerate and repair damaged musculoskeletal tissue such as bone, cartilage, ligament and tendons. When an injury happens to these tissues and pain occurs, nonoperative pain management offers a temporary fix to control the pain. When any healing does occur in these areas affected, it does not result in a 100% healing back to its native state. That is why regenerative medicine is used and is the future of medicine. Regenerative Medicine is a derivative of stem cells. Stem cells are mostly illegal in the US unless used in specific instances approved by the FDA.
Stem cells are the body's raw materials. These are cells from which all other cells with specialized functions are generated. Under the right conditions in the body or a laboratory, stem cells divide to form more cells called daughter cells. This is a natural healing for your body to repair itself.
Regenerative medicine treatments have been used in clinical practice for pain management, orthopedics and wound care.
The various treatment procedures for Regenerative Medicine are:
Medical Conditions that may benefit from regenerative medicine procedures include:
All tissue is source from cesarean full-term births from consenting mothers from the United States. No third world country donations are excepted. No abortions or vaginal births are used because of ethics and contamination. This is to ensure we use the best tissue available for our products.
Early after conception and until the moment that the water breaks at the time of delivery of their infant, the fetus is bathed in amniotic fluid (AF). The fluid functions as both a supportive cushion to the fetus and provides a protective environment. Fluid is a rich source of nutrients, cytokines, growth factors and mesenchymal stem cells that help promote fetal development.
These components of Fluid have been found to have the biologic properties to fight infection and assist in the repair of damaged tissues outside of the womb, and are useful for reparative and regenerative treatment in patients.