Regenerative Medicine Questions
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Regenerative Medicine Questions & Answers
What conditions have been treated with Regenerative Cellular Therapy?
Acute & Chronic Injuries, Arthritis, Autoimmune Conditions (Rheumatoid Arthritis, Lupus), Body Aches & Pain, COPD, Heart & Lung Conditions, Fibromyalgia, MS, Parkinson, Peripheral Neuropathy, Stroke Victims, as well as numerous other various other conditions. During your consultation, please ask if you’d like to know if a certain condition can be helped with this type of treatment.
How long has this been done in the USA?
For several decades, Medicinal Signaling Cells were first named over 25 years ago, they were originally called Mesenchymal Stem Cells, which was changed to the current name of Medicinal Signaling Cells in 2017.
How Long Does it Last & How Often Do I need to get it?
Currently, Regenerative Cellular Therapy is considered in a Research Phase to the FDA. An Individual in their 20s, 30s, 40s and 50s may need another injection in their lifetime, someone in their 60s or 70s may not need another treatment. Pharmaceutical drugs provide only temporary relief, regenerative medicine provides long term results and has a strong safety profile as they have been studied for many decades.
Does it contain Aborted Fetal Tissue? Is this embryonic Stem Cell?
The source is only from birth products from full-term cesarean birth from prescreened mothers, nothing is allowed even in research in the US from aborted babies. These tissues are considered biological waste.
What is the Success Rate?
Many of our patients report a 60-80% reduction in symptoms in 18 hours – Few Days time. The results also depend on the patient’s compliance, as well as the overall health and wellbeing.
How Long Does the Procedure Take?
The injection itself takes 15-30 minutes and usually performed with local anesthesia. IV injections take about 15 minutes.
What are the Side Effects?
Regenerative medicine has a very strong safety profile, the medicinal signaling cells, activate and combine with your own cells to create the necessary repairs within the body. When side effects are reported, they are mild and usually go away without any intervention.
Is this FDA Approved?
FDA “approves” or “disapproves” food, drug and medical devices. Since cell therapy is not food, drug, nor medical device, they don’t require FDA’s approval. However, they are rigorously regulated by FDA 361 tissue product guidelines to ensure they are safe, effective and clean, much like the way donated blood is regulated.
Does My Insurance Cover This?
Regenerative medicine is considered an elective service and insurances do not pay for these types of service. However, some patients are able to use a Health Savings Card, we also accept CareCredit as well. We have various options and finance plans available to fit most patient’s budgets.
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