What is regenerative medicine?
Our bodies have the ability to heal themselves naturally. Regenerative medicine is the practice of assisting or increasing the body's ability to heal itself applying amniotic fluids or your own plasma cells—instead of steroids—to the injured areas of your body.
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)
Research has shown that centrifuging and concentrating your own blood creates an abundance of healing components. This method removes the red blood cells and leaves you with a concentration of growth factors and cytokines that can stimulate healing of soft tissue and joints.
We are able to produce PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) at variable concentrations, derived from your blood. Once concentrated, it can then be re-introduced to your body with increased healing capabilities. It is a non-invasive, fast solution to help stimulate healing and recovery.
Amniotic allographs are tissue obtained from healthy mothers and babies during planned, voluntary cesarean delivery. Amniotic membrane and amniotic fluid are what protect, nourish and help in the development of healthy babies while in the mother’s womb.
Since amnion contains natural growth factors, cytokines, and hyaluronic acid, there are no steroidal side effects. Application of Amniotic fluid scaffold helps in the composition of wound healing. Amniotic Membrane lowers inflammation and diminishes scar tissue.