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Our Summary: As published in the Annals of Translational Medicine (ATM - Volume 7, Supplement 3) in July 2019, researchers have observed that when mesenchymal stromal cells (MSCs or stem cells) are isolated, they display properties that “…modulate inflammation by releasing anti-inflammatory molecules in the injured or diseased sites in the body.” Further, the article states that regenerative properties of MSCs have been seen and continue to be studied for such conditions as osteoarthritis (OA) which can cause disability, chronic pain and reduced mobility as a result of inflammation and the loss of cartilage.
While stem cells may be isolated from a number of sources such as bone marrow, adipose tissue, dental pulp, and cord blood, the Stem Cell Institute of Hawaii utilizes umbilical cord (UC) derived MSCs. The ATM article further states that UC-derived MSCs “have been extensively investigated for the therapeutic benefits for a number of clinical conditions such as cardiomyopathy, motor neuron disease, and diabetes…with the ability to home to diseased tissue sites.”
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Joint Degeneration And Injuries
Our stem cells are from donated umbilical/Amniotic tissue which has high concentrations of stem cells and growth factors for regenerating damaged tissue. A simple injection in the area is all that is needed. To optimize results we often recommend additional treatment options that can aid in recovery.
Other health concerns
Our treatments have been shown to be highly effective for various difficult conditions - we are happy to discuss specifics with you and see what regenerative treatment options may be a fit - simply book a free consult!
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