Regenerative therapy involves the process of regenerating or replacing human cells within organs or tissue to restore normal body function. With regenerative medicine, Stem Cell Institute of America promises to regenerate damaged body organs and tissues using the body’s own growth mechanisms and repair capability to heal irreparable tissues.
Regenerative therapies are divided into two types:
- Autologous, where cells are derived from the patient’s body
- Allogeneic, where cells are donated by a third-party donor
Both the techniques have their distinct benefits. Allogeneic cells are considered when the patient’s cells are not strong, which may be due to degeneration or some disease. Therefore, taking cells from a healthy person is considered as the better option. This is usually within the form of amniotic stem cells procured from an umbilical cord. In diseases such as cancer, only allogenic cells can provide truly personalized medicine. Let us discuss about each type in detail.
Allogeneic cells or Allografts are obtained from normal, full-term C-section deliveries. Donors who agree to donate their birth tissues are properly screened. Physicians at Stem Cell Institute of America use this process in the treatments and have observed tremendous growth in repairing tissues and restoring patient’s normal functioning. The 3 types of allogeneic cells include:
The blood of umbilical cord contains rich stem cells that help generate blood cells and immune system cells. Currently, umbilical cord stem cells are utilized for treatment of various medical conditions such as autoimmune diseases and leukemia. Also, mesenchymal stromal cells can be derived from the umbilical cord blood.
Stem cells obtained from amniotic fluid are used to replace or supplement inadequate or connective tissue. Amniotic, the nutrient rich fluid, is naturally regenerative and minimizes inflammation. Being extremely rich in stem cells, cytokines, proteins and other essential compounds, amniotic fluid has the capability of boosting the healing potential.
Wharton’s jelly, a coagulated tissue of the umbilical cord, consists of mesenchymal stromal cells available in the umbilical cord. This gel-like clear tissue protects and insulates the umbilical veins and arteries. As compared to amniotic fluid, Wharton’s Jelly has higher concentration of growth factors and hyaluronic acid.
Now, let’s talk about the types of autologous cells. They include:
Another kind of mesenchymal stem cell, adipose-derived stem cells is derived from fat tissue. Adipose stem cells are drawn from adipose tissue. They have the ability of multi-potential differentiation and self-renewal. As one of the most effective therapies, adipose cells regenerate and repair acute chronically affected tissue.
Stromal Vascular Fraction (SVF)
Stromal Vascular Fraction is the key source of adipose mesenchymal stem cells, preadipocytes and other cells. The harvested adipose tissue is called SVF. Stromal Vascular Fraction is an element of the lipoaspirate, which is accessed from the excess adipose tissue’s liposuction.
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)
Platelet Rich Plasma or PRP is an alternative treatment, which utilizes your body’s own blood to repair affected tissues and stimulate healing. This natural autologous therapy minimizes risk as patients are given their own blood. There is minimum risk of a negative reaction and rejection.
Stem Cell Institute of America Promises Maximum Benefits with Stem Cell Therapy
There are numerous advantages of this treatment. Firstly, it is an outpatient non-surgical treatment that enables patients to return to their normal routine within a day. Regenerative treatment wipes out lengthy and painful recoveries that result from a surgery. Besides this, it also minimizes the risk of infection after a surgical procedure.
Stem cell treatment stimulates recovery of affected joints. The stem cells injected into the body accelerate regularity in the cells. Each cell works towards repairing and replacing the damaged cells within the joint. Having extensive experience in this therapy, physicians at Stem Cell Institute of America promise minimum to no swelling or pain.
Over the past few years, stem cell therapy has been in use for the treatment of a wide array of human diseases. The use of self-derived or autologous cells to develop vaccines against tumor cells has been proved to be safe and effective in clinical trials. Researchers throughout the world are spending a lot of time in evaluating the effectiveness of regenerative therapy for treating numerous injuries or diseases, including spinal cord, heart and brain. Stem cell procedures are also being evaluated for effectiveness treating autoimmune diseases such as bone diseases, inflammatory bowel disease, and diabetes.
How Stem Cell Institute of America is a Better Choice for Regenerative Treatment!
- Financing Available: Healthcare financing programs and affordable self-pay plans are available
- Quick Appointment: Contact the office staff anytime to schedule an appointment as per your schedule
- Knowledgeable Staff: Physicians possess years of experience
For those who are seeking advanced regenerative treatment, you can contact Stem Cell Institute of America. Our physicians are trained on stem cell therapy and other advanced regenerative techniques. You can trust the institute to get a professional physician for your treatment. You can find answers for medical conditions here and include, but are not restricted to:
- Neck Pain and Backache
- Muscle, tendon and Ligament Injuries
- Arthritis Pain
- Joint Injuries and Shoulder Pain
- Peripheral Neuropathy
- Knee Arthritis and Knee Pain
- Disc Bulges and Disc Herniation
- Hip Osteoarthritis
- Failed Back Surgery
- Spinal Stenosis
- Sciatica Leg Pain
- Foot/Ankle Damage
- Hip Degeneration and Labrum Tear
Stem Cell Institute of America offers regenerative therapy education and provides well trained physicians whom patients can trust. If you are looking for a long-term solution for certain medical conditions, now is the time to attend one of our educational seminars. If you have further inquiries related to stem cell therapy, or are apprehensive about the treatment, do not hesitate to contact Stem Cell Institute of America.