With all the talk about regenerative cellular therapy, you might be wondering, where do you get regenerative cells? There are several types used in regenerative medicine, and they can treat many conditions naturally.
Wharton’s Jelly-Derived Mesenchymal Cells
Not to be confused with stem cell therapy, Wharton’s jelly-derived cells are an incredibly potent therapy used to inject new life into an injured or painful area. These cells are among the most effective types of regenerative cells available.
They are sourced ethically and painlessly from donated umbilical cords after successful C-sections. Both mother and baby have been screened throughout the pregnancy to ensure they are healthy, and ensure that the tissue will make a good donation for regenerative cellular therapy. Adverse reactions to this type of cellular treatments are rare, and the results can be transformative.
Young bodies tend to heal much quicker than older ones, and that’s not an accident! The quantity of growth factors and other elements present in the body is much higher when we are young. That’s why utilizing umbilical allograft cells can be so effective in pain relief and healing.
Adipose tissue stem cell therapy is one you likely have heard about. This method relies on the stem cells present in the fat stores of the patient’s body.
A few things to consider when looking into adipose tissue therapy are:
- The cells are the same age as the patient’s own body, and fewer in number than young cells.
- Fat stores contain more than just fat; toxins actually get lodged in these stores, which may affect the integrity of the stem cells found there.
- This procedure is minimally invasive but carries risks as well as a significant recovery time.
In order to obtain the stem cells, fat has to be removed from the body with liposuction. The patient then needs to heal from that procedure. The stem cells are processed and reintroduced into the body.
Our team does not offer this procedure.
Bone marrow stem cell therapy is invasive and painful. Blood cells generated in the center of the bone, in the marrow, are accessed by a hole drilled in the hip or thigh bone. The material is extracted, the stem cells extracted, and injected back into the patient.
Our doctors do not perform this procedure.
We prefer regenerative cell therapy as it is gentle and highly effective. It is important to know which options are best for your and your condition. We invite you to reach out to our medical clinic for a free consultation and get your questions answered!