Stem Cell Regenerative Medicine

Stem cells act as natural healers. Recent advances in stem cell therapy have allowed the use of stem cells for orthopedic treatment.

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What is Stem Cell Medicine?

Stem cells act as natural healers. Recent advances in stem cell therapy have allowed the use of stem cells for orthopedic treatment. 

Stem cells are found throughout the body and play a key role in the healing process. They lie latent until they receive signals that the body has suffered an injury and then they follow signals to the injured site. Stem cells are able to transform into the types of cells that are required to promote healing and repair. They assist in healing connective tissues such as ligaments, tendons and bones following injury.

In addition to this, as a natural result of the aging process, the amount of stem cells in certain areas of the body declines. Stem Cell Therapy addresses this problem by delivering a high concentration of stem cells into the degenerate area causing symptoms and promoting natural healing. 

Adult stem cells, or more precisely Mesenchymal Cells are found in large numbers in the bone marrow and fat cells. They can be harvested using the following techniques: 

Adipose Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells (ADMSC)

ADMSC is a minimally invasive

procedure where fat cells are aspirated from the abdomen.

Bone Marrow Aspiration

Concentrate Therapy (BMAC)

BMAC is a minimally invasive procedure involving aspiration of the bone marrow from the pelvis using a small needle.  

Following either ADMSC or BMAC, the aspirate is then processed, again including centrifuge cycles to separate the stem cells from the rest of the tissue. The concentrate is then injected at the site of the injured or diseased tissue, often using diagnostic image guidance.

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