Regenerative Medicine

Regenerative Therapy is an exciting alternative that can provide your body the help it needs to get you back on your feet and enjoying life! If you are interested in finding out more about regenerative therapy, and how it may be able to help you, the team at Stem Cells Philadelphia located at Core Clinic is ready to answer your questions.

If COPD, chronic knee, back, neck, hip, shoulder pain, osteoarthritis, arthritis, or other joint pain is limiting your daily routine or preventing you from activities you enjoy; regenerative medicine may be the answer you’ve been looking for!

Regenerative therapies are still developing, but those available can offer relief to patients with chronic pain and difficult-to-treat conditions. If you or a loved one is considering regenerative therapy, it is important to understand what it is, and how it works.

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What Is Regenerative Therapy?

Regenerative therapy is a treatment used to remedy numerous diseases. It involves extracting the patient’s cells through bone marrow or adipose tissue or by purchasing umbilical cord blood, amniotic tissues, biologic allographs or exosomes from FDA approved laboratories. Unlike many treatments, it does not require intrusive surgery or long hours spent in the hospital. Regenerative therapy simply consists of a series of injections or IVs.

With the current research regarding regenerative therapy, some of the ways that the medical community is using stem cells include:

- Anti Aging
- Repairing nerve damage
- Reducing recovery time
- Lessening physical pain without medication
- Improving mobility
- Repairing skin wounds
- Helping to create new, healthy tissue for the heart and blood vessels
- A reduced chance of suffering a similar future injury
- Increased collagen
- Repairing ligament and tendon tears
- Repairing lung tissues
- Improving brain function

Because stem cells have the ability to transform into almost any kind of cell, they are ideal for repairing a wide variety of issues. Stem cell therapy focuses on taking advantage of the versatility of stem cells and many specialists believe that, as research continues, there will be even more uses in the future.

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