Our Regenerative Stem Cell Treatment is a revolutionary breakthrough treatment option for people suffering from inflammation, reduced mobility, sports injuries, tissue and ligament damage, or chronic pain. Regenerative Cell Therapy is an injectable solution, that oftentimes leaves the patient feeling relief after only ONE treatment. This cutting edge treatment takes the best components from all the current non-invasive treatment options and puts them into one.
Stem cells are neutral cells in your body that are used specifically to help your body recover from injuries and to help your body have full cell regeneration. When you have an injury—such as a cut—your blood will send blood platelets to the area of injury to clot the wound. At the same time, neutral stem cells are released into the bloodstream, following those blood platelets. Your body rebuilds tissue and cells in the area of injury because of stem cells. That is how a wound will become a scab and eventually you’ll have the area repaired once more.
You are born with the most stem cells you will have, or that come from your own body. Those cells are used as needed and can diminish in number over time. However, certain areas of your body do have some form of stem cell production. The bone marrow in your bones is where blood cells are made every day. Your body also has a small stem cell production in this area as well.
Hemopoietic stem cells reside in your bone marrow and produce cells needed for your blood and immune system function. In fact, when cancer patients receive stem cell transplants to their bone marrow (which are bone marrow transplants), their body can jumpstart their stem cell production once more in this area. So, not only can stem cells become other cells, but they can produce certain cells your body needs to live. However, for the most part, your stem cell production is small after you are born. Because of this, stem cell treatments exist as a way for patients to get donated stem cells to boost their healing and regeneration.
Studies have found that stem cell production is slow and doesn’t happen as much the more you age. Various treatment options have been developed to allow patients regenerative stem cells from donor sources utilizing:
Stem cells are divided into two classes: pluripotent and multipotent. Pluripotent stem cells can create any type of cell in the body except those needed to support and develop a fetus in the womb. Multipotent stem cells are restricted to becoming only a small number of different cell types. Stem cells can divide and renew themselves for long periods, they are dynamic in their ability to differentiate, and they can create specialized cell types. This ability stem cells have to self-renew and to differentiate is what sets them apart from the rest. Self-renewing stem cells are able to divide and regenerate more stem cells. Differentiating stem cells can transform into the specialized, mature cells that your tissues and organs need. Stem cells are divided into several different classifications based on how they are collected and used:
Currently, stem cell injections are widely used to help with chronic pain management including issues like arthritis, osteoarthritis and other joint pain/dysfunction. Patients can donate stem cells from sources such as after birth with the amniotic sac and additional birth materials. Patients can donate their own stem cells to others, or they can use stem cells from one area of their body for another area of the body that is in pain.
Cell transplant therapy using the patient’s own cells, is now widely used to replace cartilage between joints. Stem cells can come from the sources we listed above as donations or from the patient themselves. We only use non-controversial sources for our regenerative stem cell therapy injections and we do them on a case-by-case basis. To learn more about our regenerative stem cells and how they can help your chronic pain and degenerative conditions, call Stem Cell Centers at (877) 808-0016!