What is Regenerative Medicine? Regenerative medicine refers to non-surgical, drug-free treatments that contain specific regenerative and rejuvenating properties to help heal underlying conditions that are responsible for causing pain. The regenerative treatments we use for pain relief include Wharton's jelly-derived mesenchymal cells and PRP, or platelet-rich plasma. To learn more, schedule a free consultation at our clinic today.
How Can Regenerative Medicine Treatments Get You Out of Pain?
Regenerative medicine treatments relieve pain by targeting the underlying cause of the pain and not just focusing on the pain itself. It’s true that the pain is what holds you back and limits your life, but it’s just a by-product of what’s happening beneath the surface.
Conventional treatment covers up the pain, but doesn’t address the cause, so it continues to come up again and again and is never truly resolved. The regenerative medicine treatments we use will help to resolve those underlying issues so you can experience honest, long-term pain relief and regain your mobility and quality of life.
Regenerative cellular treatments containing growth factors and mesenchymal cells are collected from the Wharton’s Jelly of umbilical cords that have been donated after a scheduled cesarean birth.
The mothers are prescreened for social history and health and neither the baby nor the mother even notice that the cells have been collected. These cells contain potent healing properties like cytokines, growth factors, mesenchymal cells, collagens, proteins and extracellular matrix to help relieve your pain.
PRP is a treatment that consists of your own blood after it is spun in a centrifuge to separate the plasma and platelets. The new solution has highly concentrated platelets that can help to alleviate your pain and improve your quality of life.
Regenerative Cell Therapy Treatment
Once it is injected into your damaged or degraded tissue, regenerative cellular tissue repairs and rejuvenates these areas and encourages your body’s own healing mechanisms. The youthful cells work quickly, just like when you are injured as a child. As we get older, healing tends to be slower, which is why we prefer regenerative cells to your own cells.
Some of the issues that can be treated with regenerative cells include: