Have you heard about Regenerative cell therapy? Do you think it might be a good alternative to prescription drug therapies or surgery? You might be right.
Allograft cells are known for their ability to jump-start the body’s response to damaged tissues, cartilage, and more. We want our patients to be active participants in their healthcare journey, so for a limited time, we’re offering FREE consultations so that you can make an informed decision about whether Regenerative therapy is right for you.
What is Regenerative Therapy?
Regenerative therapy is a broad term used to describe a form of restorative treatment used to restore, repair, and regrow tissue throughout the body. But, did you know that there are different types and that their effects may vary greatly from one another?
One common form of this type of therapy is a procedure in which a qualified medical team harvests tissue from your body, processes it to extract Allograft cells, and re-injects those cells into your body. At times, the tissue may be donated by a family member. The harvested tissue is commonly sourced from bone marrow or adipose tissue (fat cells) throughout the body.
All Regenerative therapies are not created equal – and this method of extraction has its drawbacks.
- For one, the method of extracting Allograft cells from bone marrow involves drilling a hole into the hip or femur, and extracting the marrow. This is a very invasive and painful procedure.
- Secondly, the Allograft cells that result from this method of harvesting are the age of the patient, and unfortunately, aging Allograft cells might not be as effective as younger Allograft cells in their ability to heal damaged tissue throughout the body.
- Additionally, adipose tissue, or fat cells, store toxins. Allograft cells that are harvested from an area known for containing toxins may be subject to the suboptimal quality of the cells.
Mesenchymal Allograft Cells
As we age, our Allograft cells become less proficient – this effect becomes even more profound as we approach the age of 30. Have you ever noticed that children heal much faster than adults? If so, you’ve witnessed the vitality and responsiveness of young Allograft cells at work.
That’s why we prefer regenerative cellular treatments. Simply put, nothing compares to the growth factors and Allograft cells that can be harvested from donated umbilical cord tissue.
When injected into the affected area, the body received a potent boost of regenerative power – with virtually no risk of rejection.
Derived from Wharton’s jelly, a potent substance that is safely and painlessly collected from the umbilical cords of newborns during scheduled cesarean deliveries, a high concentration of up to 80% mesenchymal Allograft cells is harvested. On the contrary, harvesting Allograft cells from umbilical cord blood only yields a 3 to 5% concentration at best, making Allograft cell treatment derived from Wharton’s jelly the most effective form of Regenerative therapy to date.
Is Regenerative therapy FDA approved?
Our medical clinic sources our Allograft cells from established tissue banks that operate under strict compliance with FDA and American Association of Tissue Banks (AATB) regulations.
Regenerative Therapy Treatment
When mesenchymal Allograft cells are injected into your injured tissue, their regenerative power immediately gets to work, repairing the damage that is causing you pain or discomfort.
Conditions that respond exceptionally well to Regenerative therapy include:
- Knee Injuries
- Damaged Cartilage
- Back pain
- Nerve Damage (including peripheral neuropathy)
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Plantar Fasciitis and Foot Injuries
- Bone Problems
- Hip Pain
- Elbow, Shoulder, and Joint Pains
- Neck Pain
- Ligament Tears
- Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Forms of Cognitive Decline
Regenerative Therapy Treatments for Pain
Regenerative Therapy treatment is a highly effective option for patients looking for long-lasting relief of both acute and chronic pain. Regenerative therapy is a minimally invasive procedure and often serves as a safe and effective alternative to surgery or drug therapies for many patients. The procedure involves a simple injection and does not require any downtime following treatment.
If you’re considering Regenerative therapy and would like more information, contact us to arrange a FREE consultation. Our doctors will help you decide if Regenerative therapy is right for you.