WHAT IS REGENERATIVE TISSUE?

 
 
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EDUCATION IS THE KEY TO UNDERSTANDING THE POWER IN THIS BIO-TECHNOLOGY

Basically, regenerative tissue is different from other cells for two important reasons. First, it is an unspecialized cell that can renew itself. It is a cell waiting to become something. Second, it is a cell that can be changed into a variety of different types of cells.  This serves as an internal repair system. However, as we age so does our regenerative tissue. The consequence is a decreased ability to do the repair that we demand. Therefore, the cartilage in our joints lose their compressive resistance and start to fissure and fail. The exciting news is that we can now add regenerative tissue back into the system which will stimulate the new growth.

As we age we produce less and fewer regenerative tissue (through normal wear and tear, injury, or disease) making it extremely hard to find enough healthy regenerative tissue in our aging bodies that can help us repair our bodies.  Often toxins around us, medications, stress, etc. just compromise what few regenerative tissue we have making them ineffective in healing our bodies. When regenerative tissue is introduced into our bodies they stimulate the growth of our own regenerative tissue to start to repair our body. The regenerative tissue also produce growth factors and other messenger chemicals.

The human body contains hundreds of different types of cells that are important for our daily health. These cells are responsible for keeping our bodies running each day such as making our hearts beat, brains think, kidneys clean our blood, replace our skin cells as they shed off, and so on.  The unique job of regenerative tissue is to make all these other types of cells. Regenerative tissue is the suppliers of new cells. When regenerative tissue divide they can make more of themselves, or more of other types of cells. For example, regenerative tissue in skin can make more skin stem cells or they can make differentiated cells of the skin that have specific jobs of their own such as making the melanin pigment.

How are regenerative tissue helpful in healing?

Regenerative tissue address a wide variety of conditions and promote continued wellness. They can:

  • Speed up the length of time it takes injuries and wounds to heal

  • Repair osteoarthritic joints

  • Reduce pain and lessen the need for medications

  • Increase joint function

  • Improve sleep quality

  • Reduce muscle compensations and thus the risk of future injury

  • Decrease nerve damage and repair nerves

  • Increase collagen production

  • Generate new heart and blood vessel tissue

Regenerative tissue therapy can also provide an overall improvement in your well-being by decreasing inflammation and deter the development of conditions such as heart disease and dementia.

What areas can regenerative tissue therapy treat?

Regenerative tissue can be effective in treating pain or injury to:

  • Muscles

  • Tendons

  • Ligaments

  • Bone

  • Cartilage

For example, regenerative tissue can be used to heal hip pain, knee injuries, and other joint problems. In addition, the cells have an immune-modulatory effect, so they can fight chronic autoimmune conditions, such as Lupus or rheumatoid arthritis.

Regenerative tissue also have aesthetic applications. They can help revitalize hair growth and boost skin health and appearance. The hair restoration programs are very effective.

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Where does Regenerative Tissue Come From?

 
 
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 Embryonic – Embryonic regenerative tissue is obtained from the inner cell mass of the blastocyst, a mainly hollow ball of cells that, in the human, forms three to five days after an egg cell is fertilized by a sperm.  Human embryonic regenerative tissue is generated mainly from blastocysts that are the result of in vitro (the lab) fertilization for assisted reproduction but are not needed for implantation into the mother The FDA does not allow embryonic regenerative tissue to be used in the United States.

Bone Marrow – This is has been the most well-known source of regenerative tissue. Blood is aspirated from the pelvis bone marrow which is a rich source for regenerative tissue. This is an invasive procedure that requires a minor surgical procedure. Once the blood is collected it is placed in a centrifuge to isolate the regenerative tissue. These are then injected into the patient. The efficacy or quality, of the regenerative tissue, is dependent on the age of the patient. Unfortunately, the efficacy of the regenerative tissue decreases with the donor’s age.

Adipose – Unlike bone marrow-derived mesenchymal regenerative tissue, adipose regenerative tissue can be obtained from the abundant adipose tissue by a minimally invasive procedure, which results in a high number of cells. This too is an invasive procedure but less painful than Bone Marrow aspirate. Again, the efficacy of the regenerative tissue is they are dependent on the age of the patient.

Umbilical Cord – This has been shown to be the best source of regenerative tissue. These cells are collected from the umbilical cord after healthy live births and are cryopreserved for later use. At this stage, there are no antigens so there is no rejection from donor to host. The cells are Day 0 in life and are the most potent that they can be.

Stemlight Center only administers the highest quality Human Umbilical Cord Tissue Products to our patients.

Why The Umbilical Cord?

Cord tissue is a precious and unique resource retrieved after a child is born. This tissue contains regenerative tissue that have powerful healing capabilities used to help repair damaged tissues, restore impaired cartilage, or regenerate lost cells. A single regenerative tissue cell can be multiplied into many cells for a variety of medical therapies, and expands healthcare possibilities.

What is the Umbilical Cord?

  • Formed at day 26 of gestation, represents the link between mother and fetus during pregnancy.

  • Composed of a special embryonic mucous connective tissue, called Wharton’s jelly, lying between the covering amniotic epithelium and the umbilical vessels.

  • Functions:

  • Blood source for the neonate

  • Source of nutrients

  • Transfer waste products and deoxygenated blood away from the fetus to the maternal circulation

 
 
 

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