Cord Blood and Amniotic Regenerative medicine
What are Amniotic and Umbilical Cord Regenerative medicine?
Amniotic sac and Umbilical Cord Regenerative medicine come from a healthy live birth. Amniotic Regenerative medicine are collected from the amniotic sac during a scheduled C-section, from a healthy baby with donor approval from the mother. Amniotic Regenerative medicine are multi-potent, which means they have the potential to differentiate into several different kinds of cells in the body. Umbilical Cord blood Regenerative medicine are collected from the cord blood right after the birth of a healthy baby, also with the donor approval of the mother. Cord blood Regenerative medicine are biologically younger and are more flexible compared to adult Regenerative medicine.
How Are Amniotic and Umbilical Cord Regenerative medicine Used?
Regenerative Medicine therapy is a highly effective treatment in which Regenerative medicine are injected into an injured area. Regenerative medicine are living cells that are responsible for rebuilding and regenerating the body. They are able to transform themselves into many different types of tissue and are therefore able to differentiate into ligaments, tendons, bone, nerve, and cartilage.
When an injury occurs, it is the Regenerative medicine that are released and summoned by the body to rebuild damaged muscle, joints or cartilage. By injecting these Regenerative medicine directly into the damaged area, the doctor is able to assist and accelerate the body’s natural healing process.