Regenerative Medicine Specialist

Regenesys Physical Medicine

Regenerative Medicine Specialists & Chiropractors located in Frisco, TX

Regenerative medicine focuses on using your body’s own powerful ability to heal itself by affecting repair and regeneration at the cellular level. At Regenesys Physical Medicine in Frisco, Texas, clinically proven regenerative medicine treatments are available that help your body repair joint disease, nerve injury, and other debilitating conditions. It may sound too good to be true, but researchers and health care providers across the world are discovering the benefits of Umbilical Cell Therapy, platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections, hyaluronic acid (HA) injections, and other regenerative medicine treatments. If you live in or near Frisco or Little Elm call today or book your visit online.

Regenerative Medicine Q & A

What is regenerative medicine?

Regenerative medicine is seen by many health care professionals as the next, best phase of medical science. It’s not really new though. Bone marrow transplants are a form of regenerative medicine and have been used for decades to treat various forms of cancer and other serious illnesses. But advances in cell biology, immunology, and other fields have created new opportunities to improve existing regenerative therapies and design new ones.

Regenerative medicine seeks to treat the underlying cause of your symptoms by harnessing and boosting your body’s natural ability to replace damaged or diseased tissue with healthy, homegrown tissue. While scientists can’t grow replacement organs yet, the regenerative medicine therapies of Umbilical Cell, hyaluronic acid, and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections are already available.

What conditions can regenerative medicine treat?

The natural repair and generative abilities of Umbilical Cell Therapy and PRP injections offer truly amazing results for:

  • Degenerative joint changes due to wear-and-tear osteoarthritis and other types of arthritis, including rheumatoid arthritis
  • Tendon and ligament repair, including rotator cuff tears and meniscal tears
  • Sports and work injuries
  • Painful nerve disorders such as neuropathy

How do Umbilical Cell Therapy and PRP therapies work?

The therapy offered at Regenesys Physical Medicine uses multiple types of regenerative cells, including mesenchymal stem cells, collected from umbilical donor tissue after elective cesarean delivery, to boost your body’s natural repair and regenerative processes. No fetal or embryonic tissue is used for Umbilical Cell Therapy. The stem cells and other regenerative cells are separated from the umbilical tissue and formulated into an injectable material.

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is obtained from a small sample of your blood. The blood is spun in a machine (centrifuge) that separates the platelets and plasma from the other blood components. The PRP is extracted as a concentrated, injectable solution.

When injected into an injured joint or other treatment sites, the stem cells, growth factors, and other natural healing elements found in PRP and Umbilical Cell Therapy trigger your body’s own regenerative processes to repair and rebuild damaged tissue.   

Can regenerative medicine relieve my joint pain?

Umbilical Cell Therapy, PRP, and hyaluronic acid joint injections can stimulate your body’s own natural healing process to reduce inflammation in your joints, relieving pain and discomfort. Umbilical Cell Therapy provides cushioning, lubrication, and soft tissue supplementation to your joints and which can help to improve mobility, while PRP stimulates the production of proteins that reduce inflammation and stiffness.

How can regenerative medicine help alleviate symptoms of neuropathy?

PRP injections and other forms of regenerative medicine available in our office may be able to improve nerve function and reduce numbness, tingling, and pain caused by peripheral neuropathy, which is a painful condition that results from damaged nerves.  

Whether it’s to reduce pain caused by neuropathy, osteoarthritis, or you’re looking for alternative treatments to help you recover from your sports injury, our expert team in Frisco, Texas, can help. Call today or schedule an appointment online.