Understanding regenerative medicine and stem cell therapies starts with a little research. We’ve made the process a little easier for you!
We’ve compiled the most recent case studies from medical journals on stem cell therapy and the results patients are getting from this treatment.
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Adult Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells Delivered via Intra-Articular Injection to the Knee Following Partial Medial Meniscectomy
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More About MSC’s
Take a moment to learn more about multipotent stromal cells and why we use them. We’ve taken our most frequent ones and answered them!
What are mesenchymal stem cells (MSC’s)?
How do MSC's work?
Simply stated, cord derived stem cells have an innate intelligence and activate the body’s own self-healing mechanisms. They seek out inflammation and degenerations – They go where your body needs them to go and become what your body needs them to become. They are the building blocks of all of the tissue and organs in the human body. In other words, they give your body a boost of fresh, very young stem cells to help with regeneration. Our stem cells age with us and we lose a significant percentage over time. That’s why at about age 35, we can’t recover like we used to.
What do mesenchymal stem cells do?
Seek out degeneration
They build, repair and grow new tissue
They are effective in reducing inflammation and pain
They help modulate the body’s immune responses
Is this regulated and safe?
Umbilical cord stem cells reside in the umbilical cords from healthy newborn babies and healthy mothers. Umbilical cord derived stem cells, like all post-natal cells, are categorized as “adult” stem cells. The umbilical cord tissue is donated by pre-screened healthy mothers and healthy babies in the United States. We abide by all of the most stringent FDA and medical guidelines. Your safety, results and comfort are our top concern.