Mesenchymal Stem Cell to treat Orthopedic Injuries.
Fat (ADSCs) or Bone Marrow derived (BMSCs) Stem Cells?
Your body is built to repair damage to itself Website. In some cases, however, due to the site or severity of your injury or a reduction in these abilities with age, your body can not keep up with the damage that is done.
Regennew treatments use your body’s natural healing agents to repair or mitigate damage at the exact site of your injury. This approach allows for natural, efficacious healing without the need for surgery.
There are two types of stem cells. One of them is hematopoietic stem cells and others are mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs). Specially adult stem cells are called as mesenchymal stem cells.
MSCs derived from Bone Marrow (BMSCs) and from Adipose Tissue Stem Cells (ADSCs) to treat orthopedic injuries and or degenerations.
It has been shown by clinical studies that Adipose Derived Stem Cells (ADSCs) contain the highest level of Stem cells, if they derived from fat.
Adipose-Derived Stem Cells
Stem cells are cells that can turn into other types of cells and can also orchestrate a repair response. As such, they work as your body’s primary means of repairing damage. There are different types of stem cells, but for treating orthopedic injuries, the only one with demonstrated efficacy is Adipose-Derived Stem Cells (ADSCs).
Based on our experience, the most effective ADSCs are fat -derived from your own body. These cells can turn into bone, cartilage, muscle, tendons, or ligaments. ADSCs will be achieved from your own fat tissue by aspiration. These stem cells are then injected into the precise area of your injury to rebuild, repair, or mitigate the effects of damaged tissue. Our experience using ADSCs from fat has shown excellent outcomes in treating all but the most severe orthopedic injuries.
Bone-marrow Stem Cells
While bone marrow stem cells have been shown to be less effective than fat-derived stem cells at turning into bone, cartilage, muscle, tendon, or ligament as a means of repairing orthopedic injuries, in some cases, these cells can also be used effectively as a part of a larger treatment plan for orthopedic injuries to heal appropriately. Regennew’s expert physicians are well versed in the best ways to use these cells to support your recovery if needed.