How It Works
Over time our tissue can lose functionality due to age, injury, and disease. That can mean longer healing time, cellular aging and changing chemical environments. Fortunately, each person is born with building blocks capable of repairing and replenishing tissue. Through our research and understanding of these vital building blocks, we aim to optimize the body’s ability to heal itself.
How Regenerative Medicine is Used
A better way forward starts with the bigger picture. Researchers and labs start by understanding not just the function of stem cells, but the entire healing environment within the body. It’s this understanding that allows them to create vital human cell and tissue products (HCT/P) that can work for and with, the body. Minimally processed to preserve what’s important in FDA-registered labs make these products safe for homologous use. That means they may be used to function in the same way the patient’s own tissue functions, which can aid in recovery. When building a house, a general contractor calls on subcontractors to tackle specific jobs. Similarly, Regenerative Medicine leverages specific tissues in order to work more efficiently and effectively with the body.
We like to think of regenerative medicine as cooperative medicine: a way of working with the care continuum and your body.
Science that benefits everybody starts with understanding the power of regenerative medicine. That is, it’s cooperative nature. As your body loses its ability to repair itself, Regenerative Medicine cooperates with your body's natural functions to help supplement, cushion and provide support right where it’s needed. Whether you’re 18 or 68, it’s about aiding your ideal regenerative environment in the least invasive or disruptive way possible. Patients and doctors are surely aligned; nobody wants unnecessary pain or surgery. That’s precisely why we cooperate with the medical community to provide options; when a steroid shot or ibuprofen isn’t enough but surgery feels like a leap...there’s the option of Regenerative Medicine. And even when surgery is necessary, Regenerative Medicine is there with products to support tissue repair and recovery. It’s a full-circle view that’s patient-focused and bound to a higher standard. Refreshing, right?