Regenerative Therapies – The Treatment Process

So, how does it all work?

For many people, regenerative therapies is much simpler and much less invasive than other surgical procedures.

  • First, your physician will help you determine if you’re a good candidate for an adult stem cell procedure.  Every patient is different, and no medical treatment is guaranteed to work for all of us.  That’s why your physician will review your history of illnesses and injury, and may also want to see x-rays or an MRI.  If there’s anything that may affect the success of your adult stem cell procedure, your physician will want to find out BEFORE prescribing regenerative therapies.
  • If you are a good candidate for the procedure, you’ll likely meet with the nursing team and physician to review your procedure and have your questions answered.

Safe, effective, and affordable: A physician’s perspective on adult stem cell treatments and regenerative medicine.

There are 3 basic steps to a typical adult stem cell procedure, which lasts about an hour:


The physician removes a small amount of bone marrow from an easy-to-access point on your hip using a syringe


The procedure team separates the adult stem cells from the rest of the bone marrow material in a lab near the procedure room, or sometimes in the same room


The physician returns the concentrated adult stem cells to the part of your body that needs to heal

You’ll be given some time to rest, and then return with a customized personal rehabilitation and after-care program to help you recover.  Depending on your physician, you may receive follow up from the office via phone, email, mail, or attend post-treatment appointments as necessary.

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