Stem Cell Therapy has become a hot topic of conversation in the field of regenerative medicine. Stem cells are characterized by their ability to renew themselves through mitotic cell division and differentiating into a diverse range of specialized cells. (i.e. the ability to divide and create other cells from the existing cell)
What does Stem Cell mean for pain sufferers?
Developments in stem cell research have allowed stem cells to grow and transform into specialized cells containing characteristics consistent with cells of various tissues: muscles, nerves, joints and fatty tissue. Adult stem cell treatments have been used to treat leukemia through bone barrow transplants for years now. And, further advancements in veterinary medicine have allowed researchers to reconstruct nerves and tendons that have been injured. It has been revealed that Stem cell therapy can also be used to treat a wider variety of diseases including cancer, Parkinson’s disease, spinal cord injuries, ALS, multiple sclerosis, muscle damage and joint pain.
How does RestoraLife™ use stem Cell Technology for the Treatment of Pain?
RestoraLife™ has begun using stem cell technology in conjunction with their other non-surgical, proven methods of eliminating pain (such as Laser Therapy and PRP Injections), for the ultimate pain relief. RestoraLife™ creates a tailored medically supervised plan for each individual they treat at their Melbourne clinic.
In both surgeries, a biochemist is invited to join the surgery to harvest stem cells from the fat that is suctioned from you. Using state of the art equipment, the biochemist is able to extract stem cells from your fat cells. These cells are in turn added to your fat cells and then injected into the desired area.
Using this revolutionary stem cell technology, Dr. Chugay is able to increase the permanence and “take” of the fat cells from only 40% to an unbelievable 90%. This means that the rejuvenation gained in the face and the bulk added in buttock augmentation is longer lasting.
Is there a risk of Stem Cell rejection?
Absolutely NOT. Since the cell specimen is obtained from your own body, the risk of rejection is 100% non-existent.