Stem Cell Solutions NW
Regenerative medicine therapy is a transformative, beneficial alternative that can provide your body the treatment needed to get you back to enjoying your life! If you are interested in finding out more about regenerative medicine therapy, and how it may be able to help you, the team at Stem Cell Solutions NW is ready to answer your questions.
Stem cell therapy is a medical approach using healthy stem cells found in one’s body to replace or activate your body’s own stem cells at an injured site. When you have damaged tissue anywhere in your body, the damaged area signals for the regeneration of more stem cells from your own body. Unfortunately, with age, the number of stem cells in your body significantly drops and the robustness of those stem cells also dramatically falls, which can result in a dramatic decrease in your healing ability. Stem Cell Solutions NW introduces large amounts of regenerative factors to the injured tissue to substantially increase your body’s healing potential and ability. This injection of stem cells and various other growth factors is believed to activate your body’s own stem cells to start healing the injured tissue. The stem cells may be harvested from the patient or from a healthy, living donor. After safe extraction, these cells are reinjected back into the body to rebuild properly functioning tissues.
A mesenchymal stem cellv(MSC) is unique because of its ability to signal cell regeneration throughout your entire body. It can divide, multiply, renew, and regenerate. These cells don’t carry out specialized functions like brain, red, or white blood cells, but they are the most vital component in repairing and replacing damaged or torn tissue. They are the essential building blocks of life.
There are four types of stem cells that may be used in stem cell therapy. They differ in their harvesting location (where they are found) as well as their functions and abilities. When harvesting stem cells, many other healing substances are also collected. These include growth factors, growth hormones, cytokines, and proteins.
Th four sources for stem cells and growth factors include amniotic tissue, adipose tissue, bone marrow, and concentrated cord blood from a healthy, living donor.