regenerative medicine

Regenerative Medicine in Texas

Fight Pain With Regenerative Medicine

If you or someone you know suffers from pain related to joint problems, surgery is not your only option. Regenerative medicine offers a safe and natural alternative.

Regenerative medicine treatments are noninvasive and may treat multiple diseases and conditions. People experiencing joint pain, joint injuries, arthritis, and other joint-related conditions are often good candidates for these regenerative treatments.

Regenerative Medicine Benefits and Advantages

Heal Bone Fractures and Musculoskeletal Injuries

Regenerative medicine treatment is a natural solution for repairing, restoring, and replacing skeletal elements or tissues affected by injuries or chronic degeneration. It provides an alternative to surgery, and it is common in sports medicine, rehabilitation, and orthopedic surgery.

If you have experienced a sports-related injury, Revive’s regenerative medicine therapy treatments may help speed up the recovery process. From meniscus tears and rotator cuff tears to ACL tears and torn ligaments, our regenerative medicine therapy can help.

Reduce Osteoarthritis Pain and Improve Joint Function

Regenerative medicine therapy may also help improve the regeneration of tissues to improve the overall function of joints. Those who have arthritis and similar joint problems may experience enhanced mobility and range of motion.

Every year, about 600,000 Americans receive a knee replacement, mainly due to deterioration as a result of osteoarthritis. Arthritis affects the joints’ cartilage, causing deterioration and leading to limited mobility, pain, and increased chances of needing knee replacement surgery.

Regenerative medicine treatments for joint pain and joint-related conditions may help reduce pain while repairing cartilage. Regenerative medicine therapy may even help prevent the need for knee replacement surgery.

How Our Regenerative Medicine Treatment Services Work

Call us today for a FREE consultation. Our medical experts will answer all your questions and determine if regenerative medicine therapy is right for you. We will also help you choose an optimal, cost-effective plan and schedule your sessions at our Texas clinic.

How does regenerative medicine therapy work?

Regenerative treatments use amniotic suspension allograft injected into the affected part of the body. The treatments rely on adult amniotic suspension allograft to restore and repair injured and diseased tissue.

Regenerative medicine treatments developed over 30 years ago as methods to help people with various types of cancer. Doctors used amniotic suspension allograft found in the bone marrow to replace cells killed during chemotherapy.

Over the years, research has found additional uses for adult amniotic suspension allograft found in the bone marrow. In addition to bone marrow, amniotic suspension allograft can now be obtained from adipose tissue (fat).

Today, most regenerative medicine treatments use cells obtained from adipose tissue or bone marrow. The bone marrow is often taken from the hip region, which is abundant in adult amniotic suspension allograft. The mesenchymal amniotic suspension allograft taken from adipose tissue are processed in laboratories.

The amniotic suspension allograft are then injected into the body at the site of the disease or injury. For example, if you have knee joint pain, cells would be injected near the knee. A person suffering from heart conditions would receive heart cells injected into the heart muscle.

The cells then begin to regenerate and produce more cells, helping the body to repair itself. Within 10 to 12 weeks, you should feel the maximum effects of stem treatment and resume your normal activities.

It’s important to note that results may vary from patient to patient and cannot be guaranteed. However, various studies have established that regenerative medicine therapy using adult amniotic suspension allograft can treat a wide range of issues.

Who qualifies for regenerative treatments?

We continue to discover new ways to utilize regenerative medicine treatments to treat diseases and medical issues. Regenerative medicine therapy may help those suffering from:

  • Arthritis Pain
  • Degenerative Joint Disease
  • Repair Bone Fractures
  • Mobility and Joint Function
  • Joint Mobility Following Trauma
  • Spinal Cord Injuries

These are just some of the most common problems that amniotic suspension allograft may help treat. Book a consultation with our staff at Revive to determine if regenerative medicine treatments are right for you.

How can amniotic suspension allograft heal the body?

Amniotic suspension allograft offer an effective regenerative treatment by repairing damaged areas of the body. Scientists have identified the five main mechanisms of this process:

  • Providing an Anti-Inflammatory Effect
  • Homing to Damaged Cells
  • Recruiting Other Cells to Promote Tissue Growth
  • Inhibiting Cell Death (Apoptosis)
  • Differentiating Into Different Types of Tissue

In some cases, patients may benefit from the use of platelet-rich plasma (PRP). This plasma is obtained from the patient, as with the adult amniotic suspension allograft. The PRP helps enrich the blood cells’ supply to the body’s damaged parts, improving tissue regeneration.

Stem cell therapy for Arthritis Symptoms

Stem cells contain anti-inflammatory properties that may alleviate osteoarthritis pain related to inflammation. In a 2011 study, patients with severe OA pain were able to walk longer after receiving injections of mesenchymal stem cells.

These treatments may reduce pain, increase joint function, and improve the quality of life for patients suffering from various orthopedic problems.


Stem cell therapy for Joint Function

Stem cells are also being used to treat joint injuries and degeneration. People with limited joint function or joint injuries may experience greater mobility after receiving multiple stem cell treatments.

There are already over 20 major clinical studies and case studies published in peer-reviewed scientific journals that demonstrate the ability of stem cells to regenerate damaged tissue.


Stem cell therapy for Fracture Recovery

The use of stem cells for fracture recovery is an exciting area of stem cell therapy. In one review, the injection of stem cells achieved a 75% union of fractured bone tissue after 14 weeks. In another case, a patient experienced 88% union after four months.

Stem cells increase the body’s natural ability to repair itself, resulting in shorter recovery time for bone fractures and muscle tears.

Thanks to these advantages, stem cell therapy may help treat the following:

  • Meniscus tears
  • ACL tears
  • Rotator cuff tears
  • Disc degeneration
  • Tennis elbow
  • Osteoarthritis pain
  • Degenerative joint disease

Stem cell therapy holds a lot of promise. However, more research is needed to fully understand the potential advantages.

Studies suggest that stem cells may hold the key to addressing a wide range of health issues. Some of the latest studies indicate that replacing cells may aid treatment for spinal cord injuries, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, and various neurological problems.

Stem cells may even help produce insulin, offering an effective treatment for people suffering from diabetes. In fact, there is no limit to the variety of diseases that stem cell therapy may help treat.

For now, stem cell therapy is limited to the medical conditions discussed. We often use this treatment to deal with joint pain, arthritis symptoms, and fracture recovery.

Are You a Candidate for Stem Cell Therapy?

To find out if you are a candidate for stem cell therapy, contact our wellness clinic in Wellington. Our regenerative medicine physician can assess your needs and health to determine which solutions are best for you. Call us today to schedule a regenerative medicine consultation.

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