Regenerate; to re-create, reconstitute, or make over, especially in a better form or condition. [ Dictinary.com]
Regenerative medicine is the field of medicine that works with human tissue allografts to heal and restore the human body. Healthcare providers knowledgeable and skilled in this area work primarily with amniotic and placental tissue allografts to help stimulate regeneration in the body, eliminate chronic pain and improve patient’s quality of life.
Regenerative biologics is a form of regenerative medicine that has been used for more than 30 years with great outcomes as a powerful, non-surgical, office-based treatment offering regenerative capabilities. For decades, regenerative therapies have been widely used to treat a host of orthopedic conditions and provide cutting edge therapies for improving joint restoration and healing and decreasing pain. Research has also ventured into the future possibility of impacting a host of metabolic, autoimmune and neurodegenerative diseases.
How do human tissue allografts work as a therapy?
We have millions of resident cells in every tissue of our body. These help our bodies heal, restore, fight disease, slow the aging process and stimulate longevity. For example, if you fall and skin your knee, what happens? For the next two days there’s probably a wound that bleeds then forms a scab. Within a few days, the bleeding and acute pain stop. A week later, the scab may still look awful, but it’s healing. In two weeks, the scab is gone but the area is red. By week four, you can’t tell that you fell at all, and any signs of the injury have disappeared.
So, what happened? At the point of trauma, the injured tissue sent signals to your body that help was needed. Your body quickly mobilized its natural healing substances to travel to the injured site and start the process of healing and restoring the body.
But what if we could take those four weeks and compress them into a few days, or even a few hours? What if we could energize and stimulate millions or billions of our bodies own “helpers” to essentially create a younger, stronger, healthier and more restored version of ourselves? With regenerative medicine technology and human tissue allografts, we can.
Where do the human tissue allografts come from?
Human tissue allografts can come from our own (autologous) bone marrow and fat, or someone else’s placental tissue matrix, called Warton’s Jelly.
How does Age Management Center of New England choose its tissue allograft sources?
At Age Management Center we use a variety of tissue allografts in our regenerative medicine program. These allografts can come either placental tissue matrix or extracellular products that do not contain DNA and are so small that they can pass through micro filters that block bacteria, viruses and foreign proteins, signaling our bodies own healing substances to begin the restoration, healing and anti-aging processes.
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Depending on the patient and his or her specific condition(s), Dr. Bedecs and our medical team may select a single form of tissue allograft or a combination of human tissue products. A patient’s individualized treatment plan is determined as part of the patient screening.
If you’re interested in learning more about regenerative medicine, contact us today to schedule your free screening. Let our team of regenerative medicine experts help you live as well as you can for as long as you can!
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