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What are Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs)?

Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) are adult stem cells which can be isolated from human and animal sources.

Which 3 types of stem cells are candidates for regenerative medicine?

Among the stem cell family, MSCs are the most widely studied and used stem cells in the field of regenerative medicine. According to different sources, they can be divided into: adipose‐derived MSCs, umbilical cord MSCs, bone marrow MSCs, and so on.

What is the difference between regenerative engineering and tissue engineering?
Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine

Regenerative medicine is a broad field that includes tissue engineering but also incorporates research on self-healing – where the body uses its own systems, sometimes with help foreign biological material to recreate cells and rebuild tissues and organs.

Why consider Regenerative Medical Infusions?

    • Patient satisfaction; excellent outcomes.
    • Comfortable clinical setting.
    • Industry safety history.

Conditions treated?

    • There is a long list but some of the highlights are:
      • Autism, CP
      • Neurodegenerative
      • Orthopedic
      • Pulmonary
      • Autoimmune
      • Urologic
      • Diabetes
      • Opthalmologic
      • Kidney/Heart/Liver

Will stem cells cure my condition?

No! Stem cells do not cure anything. If anyone tells you they can cure your condition, it’s just not true. The correct term would be mitigation. Reducing the severity, seriousness, or painfulness of a condition.

What kind of outcome can I expect, and for how long?

    • MUCH better than a steroid injection.
    • Typically lasting over a year (often 2-3 years), but some conditions need support every six months.
    • NOT a one and done.
    • Cost effective.

What are the risks and side effects?

    • Very safe procedures.
    • No rejection.
    • Rare risk of disease transmission.
    • Anticipated:
      • Low grade fever
      • Dizzy, lightheaded
      • Chills, nausea,
      • Usually resolves within 24 hours