What is regenerative cell therapy, and is it a good option for your healing? And, just how does regenerative cell therapy work? If you are looking for a nonsurgical solution to facilitate faster healing of dysfunctional, injured, or diseased tissue, regenerative cell therapy is worth your consideration. However, you may wonder why it’s necessary if your body has the natural ability to heal itself. This type of therapy can increase and expedite the healing process, so your body can do what it does better and faster.
Unlike treatments that serve as a temporary “band-aid,” regenerative cell therapy can provide a real, lasting solution. Read on to learn how this innovative therapy works.
What Is Regenerative Cell Therapy?
Regenerative cell therapy uses the body’s immune cells, such as stem cells, platelets, and cytokines, to decrease inflammation and repair tissue damage. It optimizes and stimulates healthy, natural regeneration of cells and tissues to treat various conditions and promote healing. Examples of regenerative cell therapy are:
- Stem cell therapy
- Platelet-rich plasma therapy
These therapies can regenerate any type of human cell—from muscles and bones to nerves and ligaments. The regenerative materials in this therapy do not utilize any materials from embryos or fetuses. Instead, they come from birth tissue allografts from mothers who consent to the contribution following their live, full-term, C-section deliveries. The FDA has strict regulations regarding the process of acquiring, testing, storing, and using birth tissue allografts to ensure patient safety.
How Does the Therapy Work to Regenerate Cells?
Regenerative cell therapy provides the signals the body’s cells need to stimulate healing. The process is called the Paracrine effect, which is a growth factor secretion that initiates the repair process by:
- Stimulating the cells to repair tissue damage
- Mobilizing the immune system to focus on specific areas for healing
- Reducing inflammation and pain
As the human body ages, the number of stem cells decreases rapidly, presenting challenges for healing. Regenerative cell therapy is an excellent solution to rejuvenate and boost the body’s natural self-healing process.
Regenerative Cell Therapy to Optimize Male Performance
At Georgia Male Performance Clinic, we offer a type of body tissue allograft with Wharton’s Jelly, the connective tissue from the umbilical cord that provides structural support and cushioning within the cord. The tissue has high levels of powerful regenerative materials, including Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSCs), growth factors, cytokines, hyaluronic acid, and collagen.
For men living with erectile dysfunction (ED), our Wharton’s Jelly allografts have been an incredibly effective treatment option. Our highly trained physicians inject the cell tissue into the damaged area of the penis to reconstruct, repair and replace the injured tissues and cells. The treatment signals the body to heal and rejuvenate, effectively restoring erection functions.
Regenerative cell therapy is the most effective treatment for ED resulting from penile cell tissue damage, low testosterone, diabetes, and other causes. So, does regenerative cell therapy work? Find out by contacting us today and scheduling a private consultation.