Amniotic Stem Cells starring in Regenerative Cell therapy™ These powerful cells develop into various tissue types including skin, cartilage, cardiac tissue, nerves, muscle, and bone. Regenerative Medical Group is the only medical group in USA capable of using these cells.
Regenerative Cell therapy™ (RCT) is optimized for joint injuries and Osteoarthritis of hands, hip, joints, knee, low back or neck.
This regenerative treatment is combining Stem Cell therapy, G-platelet rich plasma ™ and Prolotherapy. With 100% satisfaction Guarantee
G-platelet rich plasma ™ - produced from your own blood.
This plasma sends out signals that call the body’s stem cells to promote healing. The damaged tissue is replaced by new cells, and the cartilage has the potential to be identical to what “God gave you”.
Regenerative Cell therapy™ for Osteoarthritis
You probably also have pain from Osteoarthritis in your hands, hip, elbow, low back or neck.
The human body has an inherent ability to heal damaged tissue, but in certain areas that capacity is just not great.
This capability even decreases with the age.
Stem Cells are required for optimal healing.
Stem Cells create New Cells in your body to replace old or damaged tissue.
Certain conditions, such as degenerative arthritis, can cause severe joint pain, and conventional medicine offers treatment that may mask the pain temporarily, but does not heal the condition.
Damaged tissue is repaired with regenerative medicine.
This breakthrough treatment reduces the need for painkillers and enhances patients quality of life.
Frequently asked questions
What is Regenerative medicine?
Regenerative medicine is a game-changing area of medicine with the potential to fully heal damaged tissues and organs, offering solutions and hope for people who have conditions that today are beyond repair. Regenerative medicine itself isn't new — the first bone marrow and solid-organ transplants were done decades ago. But advances in developmental and cell biology, immunology, and other fields have unlocked new opportunities to refine existing regenerative therapies and develop novel ones. Regenerative Medicine includes three interrelated approaches:
• Rejuvenation. Rejuvenation means boosting the body's natural ability to heal itself. Though after a cut your skin heals within a few days, other organs don't repair themselves as readily. But cells in the body once thought to be no longer able to divide (terminally differentiated) — including the highly specialized cells constituting the heart, lungs and nerves — have been shown to be able to remodel and possess some ability to self-heal.
• Replacement. Replacement involves using healthy cells, tissues or organs from a living or deceased donor to replace damaged ones. Organ transplants, such as heart and liver transplants, are good examples.
• Regeneration. Regeneration involves delivering specific types of cells or cell products to diseased tissues or organs, where they will ultimately restore tissue and organ function. This can be done through cell-based therapy or by using cell products, such as growth factors. Bone marrow transplants are an example. Regenerative medicine holds the promise of definitive, affordable health care solutions that heal the body from within.
What is Regenerative Cell Therapy for Osteoarthritis™
Regenerative Cell Therapy for Osteoarthritis™ is a combination treatment for joint injuries and chronic pain.
This unique therapy allows us to take a dual approach to joint injury and Osteoarthritis with the use of stem cells and GPRP™ to treat within the joint, and the use of prolotherapy to strengthen and regenerate the supporting structure of the joint.
Once RCT™ solution is injected in the painful area, it starts a powerful regenerative process. It starts releasing growth factors, and these will increase blood flow to the area, and generate a healing process. Also, the platelets and growth factors send out signals which calls in the body’s stem cells as well to promote healing. The damaged tissue is replaced by new cells, and the cartilage has the potential to be identical to what “God gave you”.
This treatment uses your own body's repair mechanisms and growth factors to promote healing.
Additionally we add amniotic stem cells to enhance and strengthen the efficiency of this procedure This is not a research study or clinical trial.
How does Platelet Rich Plasma work?
Platelets play a central role in blood clotting and wound healing. Tissue repair begins with clot formation and platelet degranulation, which release the growth factors necessary for wound repair. Platelet-derived growth factors are biologically active substances that enhance tissue repair mechanisms.
After platelets are activated at a injury site, proteins are released that directly and indirectly influence virtually all aspects of the wound healing cascade. Studies have shown a direct correlation between the platelet concentration and the level of secretory proteins, as well as the amount of proliferation involved in the wound healing.
Specifically, PRP enhances the fibroblastic events involved in tissue healing including chemotaxis, proliferation of cells, proteosynthesis, reparation, extracellular matrix deposition, and the remodeling of tissues.
It is strongly suggested that soft tissue injuries can heal faster with Platelet Rich Plasma treatment.
what are the benefits of Regenerative Cell Therapy for joints?
Regenerative Cell Therapy for Joints™ is primarily for painful joints.
Patients are typically able to return to normal activity following the procedure and are able to avoid the painful and lengthy rehabilitation periods that are typically required to help restore strength, mobility and range-of-motion following invasive joint surgeries.
Lastly, patients are far less vulnerable to the risks of surgeries, such as infection and blood clots.
Who is a candidate for this treatment?
In general, Regenerative Cell Therapy for Osteoarthritis™ is advised for moderate osteoarthritis in the hip, knee, shoulder, ankle, or thumb.
There are some medical issues (like lymphoma and leukemia) that will preclude you from having a stem cell procedure done.
What is the cost?
The final cost of this treatment will ultimately be determined by what particular injections are being done.
The cost can vary but is estimated at $4,100-$4,640 to inject one joint and $6,100-$6,640 for two joints.
Regenerative Cell therapy is typically not covered by your insurance company.
If you decide you want to explore this treatment option, you will first speak with one of our financial counselors.
He or she will work with you to determine if your insurance will pay or if you will need to pay out of pocket for the treatment.
What is the success rate of a Stem Cell injection?
Our experience is that most patients will have significant relief of pain around 1-2 months post injection.
This will often continue to improve for the first 3-6 months after the procedure.
There are patients who will not get any improvement at all from this procedure, probably around 5-10%.
Does the treatment consist of one injection or multiple injections?
Typically we do one stem cell injection, followed up 6 weeks later with a platelet rich plasma injection.
If you are coming in from out of town, this will be taken into consideration and may be modified.
Our protocol is continually improving. Clinical decisions are made on a case-by-case basis.
Who is not a candidate for Stem Cells?
Patients with active cancer
Certain other malignancies or blood borne diseases that you are being treated for
Patient with any systemic infection
This a partial list; Other clinical conditions are determined on a case by case basis .
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