What Is a Regennew Single-Day Stem Cell Procedure?
The Regennew stem-cell protocol is called a single-day procedure because Adipose Derived Stem Cells are harvested and injected on the day.
This process applied to knees, hips, shoulders.
Our procedure applied at the single day and you do not have to hospitalized. All procedure will be done with only one visit to our Physician at a hospital.
On your procedure day, Adipose Derived Stem Cells taken from fat in your body, mainly from your belly. Derived fat processed and prepared in our lab for re-injection within couple of hours. We use this highly concentrated fat derived stem cells containing the growth factors isolated from your body to the injured area which takes 15-30 minutes.
With our unique procedure you do not need second or more visits to the physician.
The Regennew injection produces a micro injury in the joint. As a result, expect the joint to be sore for one to three days. Your physician may prescribe pain medicines that will not hinder the healing caused by the procedure. The goal is to allow the stem cells to attach and then to protect them while they differentiate into various tissues. For this reason, you will be asked to keep the joint as still as possible for 30-60 minutes after the procedure. For the first day you should limit activity on the joint.
Results vary by patient and depend on the condition of the area treated, age, and general health. Kick-start your normal healing process to encourage your body to heal itself.
Most patients report a modest improvement in the first month. You will notice that as time goes on your pain that occurred before is less severe and frequent. Most patients are able to resume activities after 5 to 7 days. Usually at 6 to 8 weeks patients begin to resume a more vigorous exercise schedule. Most of our very active patients are able to return to their regular routine in 4- 6 weeks and push their performance to higher levels in 8 to 12 weeks. Improvements will continue throughout this time period. Most patients notice continued healing over many months. Our outcome data suggests peaking at 1-2 years out.