Regenerative Medicine has the potential to help with these common conditions:
1. Knee Injuries and Conditions
2. Hip Injuries and Conditions
3. Shoulder and Rotator Cuff Injuires and Conditions
4. Back, Neck, and Disc Injuries and Conditions
5. Foot and Ankle Injuries and Conditions
6. Elbow Injuries and Conditions
WHAT ARE STEM CELLS?
Stem cells are undifferentiated cells that are capable of giving rise to indefinitely more cells of the same type. They have the remarkable potential to develop into many different cell types in the body and serve as what can be accurately describe as an “internal repair system,” replenishing other cells. Each divided cell has the potential to become another type of cell with a specialized function, such as a muscle cell, a red blood cell, or a brain cell.
WHAT IS STEM CELL THERAPY ?
Stem cell therapy is the administration of umbilical cord stem cells (UCSC) into a patient’s body based on the recommendation from your medical provider or nurse practitioner. The cells can be administered through injection or IV infusion to maximize the therapy’s reach.
WHERE DO STEM CELLS COME FROM ?
Umbilical Cord Stem Cells are derived exclusively from the umbilical cord tissue of healthy birthed babies & healthy mothers, which is the safest and least-invasive method of extraction available.
What do stem cells do?
Seek out degeneration
They build, repair, and grow new tissue
They are effective in reducing inflammation
They help modulate the body’s immune responses
WHAT MAKES THEM SPECIAL?
A search of www.clinicaltrials.gov provides information on more than 4,000 clinical trials being conducted worldwide.
ADVANTAGES OF UMBILICAL CORD
STEM CELL THERAPY
IS IT SAFE? AND WHY?
The use of Umbilical Cord Stem Cells is FDA cleared and we abide by all of the most stringent medical guidelines. Your comfort, safety, and recovery are our top concern.
The cells are rigorously tested and screened under NIH, FDA, AATB, and AABB guidelines.
Because UCSC are less mature than other cells, the body’s immune system is unable to recognize them as foreign and therefore, they are not rejected. There has never been a documented instance of rejection in graft vs. host.
Journal of Translational Medicine 2007, Stem Cell Therapy for Autism. Thomas E. Ichim, Fabio Solano, Eduardo Glenn, Frank Morales, Leonard Smith, George Zabrecky, and Neil H. Riordan