Regenerative medicine describes a new treatment method that works with the body’s own healing mechanisms to fix damaged tissues instead of merely treating the symptoms of the damage with drugs or surgery. Regenerative medicine is novel because until recently the only options available to treat injuries and chronic degenerative conditions were drug-based therapies that virtually never FIX the underlying cause—in fact drugs and surgery account for one of the top ten leading causes of death in the US. The human body is self-healing and self-regulating, but injury, disease, and aging slow or stop the body from healing itself.
Regenerative medicine routinely utilizes growth factors, blood-based cells, as well as donated cellular tissues from LIVE C-SECTION births (the use of fetal tissues are illegal and unethical) to help heal old injuries and slow the spread of chronic degeneration. Healing occurs through the innate repair mechanisms found in both the implanted cells and from the patient’s own body. Research shows cellular intelligence exist between the body and the implanted cells or tissues—the cells signal the body to heal---even when it can’t heal on its own.
All of the cellular materials used are either from the patient’s own body or are gathered from immunoprivileged sources (i.e. umbilical cord). This means immune rejection events are impossible; the patient’s body won’t reject the cells. The use of specific frequencies of energy such as light, soundwaves, electrical or magnetic energy to assist the healing potential of the body are also a part of regenerative medicine. Because these treatments exclude the use of dangerous drugs and surgery, there are virtually NO serious side effects.
Common Regenerative Medicine Therapies offered at Southwest Georgia Center of Medicine
- PRP Therapy- Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy
- Growth Factor Injections
- Stem Cell Rich Allograft Therapy
- Exosome Injections
- Ozone Injections
- Pulsed Ultrasound Therapy (Medical Wave)
- Pulsed EMF Therapy (Electromagnetic Field)
- Medical Photobiomodulation (Infrared Light Therapy)
- EWOT Therapy (Exercise with oxygen therapy)
- Square Wave Electromedical Stimulation (HakaMed Therapy)