What is Regenerative Medicine?
It is more rational, practical and medically preferable to help nature regrow or regenerate the superior biological structures and organs with which we were born. Regenerative Medicine is a discipline that uses nature’s chemistry and biology to help the body repair and enhance the functionality of structures like joints, rather than to patch, replace with prosthetic joint, or mask the pain with drugs. It’s administered through an application of Placental Tissue Allograft, applied with a syringe (injection) to the defective tissue area.
What is a Tissue Allograft?
WHARTON’S JELLY ALLOGRAFTS
- Definition, Allograft: a tissue graft from a donor of the same species as the recipient but not genetically identical.
Regenerative medicine products are “game changers” with their healing capabilities. Wharton’s Jelly has unique characteristics that enhance structural support in body areas such as ligaments and joints, as well as providing insulation and lubrication to these structures and surrounding areas.
Wharton’s Jelly products contain mesenchymal stem cells, growth factors, and other essential molecules necessary for regeneration. They consist of high levels of extracellular matrix components; mainly collagen, hyaluronic acid and proteoglycans. Additionally, their vast reservoir of many peptide growth factors are essential for healing and regrowth.
ETHICALLY DERIVED FROM HEALTHY DONORS
Our Wharton’s Jelly Allograft products are derived from tissues acquired from living, healthy donors after full term pregnancy and a scheduled Caesarean section (C-section). Donors are healthy woman who are thoroughly screened for communicable diseases. A careful medical and social history is collected in advance to ensure that mothers meet all eligibility requirements.
Studies have described the placental tissues as “immune privileged” because they rarely evoke an immune response in the human body. This reduces the risk of adverse immune reaction. Amniotic tissue also has reported anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, and anti-fibrotic (anti-scar tissue) properties.
Our tissue allograft product is processed in a way that is considered not more than minimally manipulated. For structural tissue, processing that does not alter the original relevant characteristics of the tissue relating to the tissue’s utility for reconstruction, repair, or replacement; and for cells or nonstructural tissues, processing that does not alter the relevant biological characteristics of cells or tissues.
Our products are intended for only homologous use. Homologous use means the repair, reconstruction, replacement, or supplementation of a recipient’s cells.
What conditions have patients reported long term pain relief from?
How does Tissue Allograft work?
Tissue Allograft takes advantage of the body’s ability to repair itself. With Tissue Allografts, our skilled physician administers fluid tissue into your body.
While cortisone and other drugs only provide temporary pain relief, cause tissue damage making your condition worse, Tissue Allograft helps to restore degenerated tissue while providing pain relief. The growth factors may recruit your body’s own cells, directly mitigating the repair and regeneration of healthy tissue. Additionally, tissue allografts contain hyaluronic acid, helping to lubricate joints and tendons, easing the pain and helping restore mobility.
Benefits of PRP Regenerative Therapy
PRP Regenerative Therapy stimulates healing through.
injection of one’s own platelet & growth factors into affected areas.
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy is an effective treatment for some common orthopedic conditions, including sports injuries. PRP or Platelet Rich Plasma is a concentration of platelet cells (does NOT contain stem cells) centrifuged from the patient’s blood, and these platelets have growth factors that may help in the healing process of chronic pain and injuries.
These platelets are the center of PRP Therapy which is derived from the blood drawn from the patient’s arm. It will be put in a centrifuge and spun at a certain RPM. That forces the blood components to separate. The resulting blood will have distinct components of Red Blood Cells (RBC), Normal Plasma (PPP) and Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP). The PRP portion of the blood is then separated, and injected into the injured area. Clinical trials prove the effectiveness of PRP treatments for almost all types of chronic healing.
Injection with PRP increases the amount of soft tissue generation, including the tendons, ligaments and it is found to be highly effective in pain management. Another benefit of PRP therapy is that it is derived from the patient’s body.
The treatments described on this marketing are not considered to be standard of care for any condition or disease. Human Tissue Therapy products attempt to utilize acellular, minimally manipulated tissue allografts and are comprised of tissue allograft components intended for homologous use to supplement tissue. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Results may vary.