We help your body restore itself by harnessing your own healing potential with a variety of techniques to combat areas of disease, injury or inflammation.
Restore your body with Cellular Therapy
Cellular therapy, or regenerative medicine advanced therapy (RMAT), includes techniques that help the body heal damaged or traumatized tissue using mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) as an alternative to a joint replacement or surgical procedure. These cells, which are immature cells, are taken from a patient’s body (typically from the bone marrow) and injected into the site of the injury. The cells recognize the damage and mature into the necessary cell to repair the area. The process, called a bone marrow concentrate procedure, can be used to help heal many parts of the body. In addition, cell-based therapy can also be utilized to create scaffolds made of tissue, which also enhance the body’s ability to heal.
Regenerative Medicine Treatment Options
We have a variety of treatment options available, learn more about:
How Cell Therapy works
Cell therapy is unique because is encourages and supports the natural healing process throughout your body. The cells used are different from other cells in the body because they regenerate and produce specialized cell types. They heal and restore skin, bones, cartilage, muscles, nerves, and other tissues when injured.
As a result, amazing new medical treatments are being developed to treat a range of diseases contemporary medicine currently deems difficult or impossible to treat.
These diseases or conditions include:
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Brain Injuries
- Heart Disease
- Muscular dystrophy
- Crohn’s Disease
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Periodontal Disease
- Sports Injuries
- Cosmetic and Anti-aging Applications
Cell Therapy Experts
At Integrative Spine & Sports, our orthopedic team includes physicians who specialize in regenerative medicine for the treatment of common and often chronic orthopedic conditions such as arthritis, tendinopathy, chronic tennis elbow, knee osteoarthritis, and various forms of muscular strains and tears. Patients who do not respond to traditional treatments or are not good candidates for surgery may qualify for regenerative medicine therapies.