REGENERATIVE MEDICINE FOR GENERAL WELLNESS
As we age, our body’s regenerative capabilities can wane, leaving us prone to a range of painful degenerative conditions. Special cells are the building blocks of our bodies as they can mature into any kind of cell or tissue. With regenerative medicine therapy for general wellness, regenerative medicine is injected and then flow through your body, attacking inflammation and becoming the cells they need to help your body function at 100%. It is a simple non-surgical injection with no down time or lengthy recovery. You may maintain your normal lifestyle and allow the cells to create a balanced optimal environment in your body so it can repair itself. You should feel maximal results within 10 to 12 weeks.
When injected, regenerative medicine goes to areas of high blood flow, making them potentially ideal for the treatment of cardiovascular problems. Research is being done to study how regenerative medicine might be used to correct scarring of heart tissue after a heart attack. This scarring results in weaker heart muscle. Scientists have already “grown” heart tissue in a culture dish that “beats” in unison just as heart tissue does within the human body. This is an exciting development that could lead to groundbreaking new cardiovascular treatments like utilizing regenerative medicine for heart failure patients.
Similarly, regenerative medicine is also being examined for the treatment of lung diseases like chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and cystic fibrosis. Preliminary findings show that regenerative medicine in the lungs can reduce inflammation, thereby slowing the damage done to lung tissues by these diseases. Further research hopes to unlock the special cells’ ability to repair tissue in the lungs.
Still other studies are looking at ways in which regenerative medicine may be effective in treating neurological disorders and spinal injuries resulting in paralysis.
Regenerative medicine promises to change the way we think about treatment of common diseases and injuries. The Fraum Center for Restorative Health is at the forefront of this medical revolution.