What is Regenerative Medicine?
Our bodies have the built-in response to heal and protect when injured or attacked by disease. What if it was feasible to utilize the power of the body to heal and then accelerate it in a clinically applicable way? What if we could help the body heal itself?
Regenerative medicine is the science of using cell tissue to restore and establish basic function by regenerating or replacing human cells. Regenerative medicine’s goal is to restore the function of previously unsuccessfully treated injuries, diseases, damaged tissues and organs.
What is Regenerative Cell Therapy?
Millions of adult stem cells are found in every human being. Our body uses these cells as a means of healing itself. Multiple studies have shown when adult stem cells are harvested, prepared and subsequently injected at the site of damaged or diseased tissue, restoration of the tissue is achievable under the right conditions. These cells can be collected from our own blood, adipose fat, bone marrow, donated umbilical cord tissue and other sources. Respected doctors and scientists are perfecting this emerging technology by calling the body to action in order to repair damaged tissue and restore function.