Considering the many diseases and ailments ever present in today’s society, it is important to remember that medicine is always advancing in order to remedy them. Pharmaceutical companies are engineering new medications, medical device companies are developing devices, and practitioners are developing new treatments all for the advancement of medicine. The current pace, however, has been slow and a need for a more effective type of medicine has been fostered. “Regenerative medicine is a game-changing area of medicine with the potential to fully heal damaged tissues and organs, offering solutions and hope for people who have conditions that today are beyond repair” (Mayo.edu, 2015). This approach focuses on three interrelated tactics. These tactics are rejuvenation, replacement, and regeneration. Rejuvenation is the boosting of the body’s natural healing ability, replacement is the transplantation of healthy cells, tissues, or organs from living or deceased donors, and regeneration involves the delivery of specific cell types to diseased tissues or organs in order to restore tissue and organ function.
Why Choose Regenerative Therapy?
Reduce the Necessity for Major Surgery
Greatly reduce the need for surgery by treating injured tissues before the damage progresses any
further. Imagine alleviating your knee pain without having to get a knee replacement. The goal
of regenerative therapy is to heal injured tissue and not just mask the pain.
Quicker Healing Process
Regenerative therapy has helped many professionals and athletes heal rapidly from an injury and
return to full activity. Regenerative therapy procedures are ideal for individuals who face
ailments such as back pain, knee arthritis, tendonitis, ligament injuries, arthritis of the knee, hip
or shoulder rotator cuff tears, tennis elbow, hip bursitis, patellar tendon injury, plantar fasciitis,
and Achilles tendon injuries.