Regenerative Medicine Greenville SC
When looking for a wellness care provider for regenerative medicine in Greenville, you want an experienced provider who has provided effective results. Our careful techniques at GreenLife Wellness in Greenville, SC will give you the best chance at improving your condition and health.
Regenerative medicine in Greenville is primarily concerned with the mechanisms by why we can help restore the optimal functions of the body by introducing regenerative tissue into your body. The therapeutic effects of regenerative medicine and regenerative therapy are then able to reinvigorate your cells, tissues, and organs.
WHAT IS REGENERATIVE MEDICINE?
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Regenerative medicine with placental-derived tissue treatments are beneficial for healing many types of bone and soft tissue problems, including arthritis. The injections help heal your: Knees, Shoulders, Hips, Elbows, Ankles, Wrists.
They are injections after all, so you may feel a bit of stinging, but only for a few seconds. Most patients describe a temporary burning sensation, although it doesn’t last long. If you’re sensitive to pain or are getting the injections in a sensitive area, your practitioner can apply a topical numbing cream. This type of cream decreases some of the stinging sensations from the injection and minimizes your discomfort
Because you are kickstarting your body into making new tissues, it does take some time for your regenerative medicine treatment to start working. Some patients report a dramatic reduction in their pain levels in as little as two months, while others experience improvement within a few weeks. It just depends on how quickly your body responds to the treatment.
Sometimes surgery isn’t an option for pain relief, or perhaps, previous treatments haven’t worked. In such instances, Regenerative Medicine techniques in Greenville may be a solution. This comprehensive alternative treatment is beneficial for chronic pain sufferers of knee pain, shoulder pain, arthritis, and so much more. Regenerative Medicine is the use of the body’s own healing process to help restore and rebuild the tissue in a compromised or injured area of the body. The products we use are administered through a simple in-office injection by our trained Nurse Practitioner.
The injection typically includes growth factors, nutrients, hyaluronic acid, and anti-inflammatory cytokines. The product stimulates the natural healing process, the anti-inflammatories help reduce pain and pressure and the growth factors create very potent conditions to accelerate the repair process. When combined with our whole body treatment system regenerative medicine can restore mobility and freedom to an area that has been restricted and painful for years!
Overview of Placental Tissue
The placenta is a maternal-fetal organ that develops from the fetus and attaches to the uterus during pregnancy. The placenta is responsible for, among other things, providing the growing fetus with oxygen and nutrients while at the same time removing toxins.1 It also serves as a barrier between maternal and fetal compartments. Once the baby is born, the placenta detaches from the uterine wall and is expelled from the body. Placental tissue can be harvested after a healthy, concluded birth and then processed into a human, placental tissue allograft.
Acellular Placental ECM Tissue Allografts
An acellular, placental extracellular matrix allograft is a soft connective tissue graft generated by a decellularization4 process that preserves the intact extracellular placental matrix. Upon implantation, this structure may serve as a scaffold to support the repair, reconstruction, replacement, or supplementation of the patient’s own tissue.5
Placental Tissues are FDA Regulated
Placental-derived tissue is regulated by the FDA under 21 CFR Part 1271 and Section 361 of the Public Health Service Act. Click on the following link to learn more about Placental Allografts
Placental Allografts Disclaimer
Disclaimer: Certain placental allografts consist of acellular, minimally manipulated tissues intended for homologous use to supplement patient’s own tissue. Tissue allografts are classified by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as Human Cell, Tissue and Cellular and Tissue-Based Products (HCT/P) that are regulated solely under section 361 of the Public Health Service (PHS) Act. As an HCT/P regulated solely under the Section 361 of the PHS Act, tissue allografts are exempt from FDA pre-market review, clearance, and approval from FDA. Please consult your doctor to see if a tissue allograft is right for you. No medical advice has been offered herein. None of the statements in this brochure have been evaluated by the FDA. Placental-derived allografts are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease and should not be used for the treatment of COVID-19.