CORD TISSUE REGENERATIVE THERAPY IN WAUKESHA
Cord tissue regenerative therapy works with the body’s natural ability to heal itself. Unlike treatments that simply address the symptoms, regenerative therapy actually promotes repair of the body, restoring degenerated tissue.
A Breakthrough in Pain Relief!
Regenerative Therapy works with the body’s natural ability to heal itself. Unlike treatments that simply address the symptoms, Regenerative Cell Therapy actually promotes repair of the body, restoring degenerated tissue. Regenerative Cell Therapy also contains hyaluronan, which eases pain and restores mobility by lubricating joints and tendons. This therapy fits well with Wisconsin Stem Cell Therapy’s integrated approach to wellness, addressing the source of issues, rather than just treating the symptoms.
What is Regenerative Cell Therapy?
Regenerative therapy is one of the newest and most cutting-edge therapies for chronic joint pain. Using this therapy, our providers offer patients essential properties for healing and restoring joint health:
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Why Cord Tissue Cell Therapy?
Cord tissue is a carrier for the most potent source of fresh regenerative cells. These cells have high-performance potential to get the healing results patients need to address their ailments.
When compared to other regenerative cell harvesting and collection processes, cord tissue cell collection is non-invasive. The procedure is completed with no harm to mom or baby in a matter of minutes. Cord tissue regenerative cells can be preserved for lengthy amounts of time as well, this extends their benefit value and reduces the time necessary for patients to get treatment because the cells are readily available.
These cells naturally react to injury in the body by repairing, replacing and regenerating any damaged tissue. Regenerative cord tissue cells have advanced growth factors, and they secrete cytokines, inflammatory response regulating proteins, to manage the body’s response to injury. .
What Happens During Cord Tissue Cell Therapy?
Most often cord tissue is donated or set aside as medical waste after a child is born and doctors use that tissue to isolate regenerative cells for use in Cord Tissue Cell Therapy treatments. These donations are made with the permission of the parents and under careful ethical restrictions. The process is safe for all parties involved and poses no risk of pain or damage to the mother and child. Cord tissue donations are meticulously audited for healthy, high-quality regenerative cells to be used for Cord Tissue Cell Therapy. The application of Cord Tissue Cell Therapy will vary patient to patient after your doctor has had time to assess your needs and decide on the most effective therapy to provide positive results.
Is Cord Tissue Cell Therapy Safe?
Harvested cord tissue cells used for this procedure have a low possibility of malignant transformation and adverse immune response, making Cord Tissue Cell Therapy a safe option for patients. These cells are unlikely to be rejected by your immune system and careful, sterile laboratory processes eliminate the potential for contamination or infection. Cord Tissue Cell Therapy resists against any production of antibodies or T-cell responses, ensuring protection against any adverse reactions to the procedure.
Will I Get Results?
As with any medical treatment, each patients’ response will vary so discussing options for your specific needs is key.
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