Regenerative medicine is a new approach to the treatment of various illnesses, a method that focuses on replacing or regenerating the body’s own cells to restore the loss of function that is responsible for the patient’s symptoms. It is also a set of methods geared toward encouraging the body’s cells to heal by stimulating the body’s own healing mechanisms.

, A Basic Explanation of What Is Regenerative Medicine, Downtown's Healthcare

Regenerative medicine proposes treatments based on biomedical processes, such as treatments with stem cells (through the injection of the patient’s own stem cells, harvested from bone marrow, or donor cells that come from the umbilical cords of healthy mothers who donate their birthing tissues to science, immunomodulation treatment (a process of stimulating regeneration with the help of biologically active molecules). This is not approved by the FDA in the US. Only performed out of the country.

The conditions most commonly treated with regenerative medicine include the health issues that affect the brain, the nerves and the spinal cord as well as sports injuries, systemic lupus, spinal cord injuries, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis and various sports injuries.  Regenerative medical treatments are very safe and in most cases, the healing process starts very soon after treatment is initiated.

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