WHAT IS REGENERATIVE MEDICINE
Regenerative medicine today has many definitions. It is often thought of as a type of medicine that helps maintain, improve or better the body with the use of traditional and new age medical therapy. It is also defined as the process of replacing or “regenerating” human cells, tissues or organs in an effort to restore or establish normal function. The philosophy is regenerate damaged tissues and organs in the body by either replacing damaged tissue or by stimulating the body’s own mechanisms of repair and healing.
Estimated one in three Americans could potentially benefit from one or many forms of regenerative medical therapy. This biochemical approach to therapy can involve what is now termed health and wellness such as injectable supplements, injectable peptides, IV therapy and therapies that utilize stem cells or exosomes. Regenerative medicine with the use of exosomes for therapeutic injection provides a natural and biological means of regenerating tissue like hair, skin, cartilage, bone and may have a positive impact on organs and certain diseases.
WHAT IS THE GOAL OF REGENERATIVE MEDICINE
When the body is injured or invaded by disease, our innate response to to heal and defend. Regenerative medicine therapies may offer a means of harnessing the power of healing and accelerate it forward and even hasten detrimental disease. Therapy such exosomes and peptides may offer a way for of the body to heal faster and better.
The field of Regenerative Medicine is to restore the body’s structures, damaged organs, and ride or hasten disease. The ultimate goal is to find a way to cure disease and injuries that were previously thought to be uncurable or untreatable.
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