Regenerative medicine

The beginning of the discussion of Regenerative medicine began when organs were transplanted, and the researchers were trying to apply it in other medical fields as well. So this is a fledgling field and it’s just getting completed. There are various types of cell therapy, including stem cells, PRPs, prololotherapy, and so on. All of which are based on tissue repair by growth factors stimuli. 

Regenerative medicine
Regenerative medicine

 

The beginning of the discussion of Regenerative medicine began when organs were transplanted, and the researchers were trying to apply it in other medical fields as well. So this is a fledgling field and it’s just getting completed. There are various types of cell therapy, including stem cells, PRPs, prololotherapy, and so on. All of which are based on tissue repair by growth factors stimuli.

There are two main approaches to this treatment: one is stem cells and the other is cell growth factors:

1) Stem Cells:

In the stem cell method, the source of the cell usually comes from bone marrow or abdominal fat, which, after being cultured or concentrated and injected into the damaged tissue, has the ability to become cells of the same organ, when cells are taken into the muscle. , Injected into the nerve or bone, becomes the same kind of tissue that is exactly like the process that embryonic cells do.

2) Cellular Growth Factors:

The second method uses platelet growth factors, etc. Platelets contain a large amount of growth factors and tissue proteins, so when injected with platelets or growth factors into damaged parts of the body, they are able to release internal proteins and create cellular repair conditions. In musculoskeletal injuries such as damaged disc protrusion, osteoarthritis, tendon injuries, acute muscle and ligament injury resulting from severe torsion and stretching of the tendons, pain is ultimately controlled. Today, using this technology has produced exellent results.

The advantage of this method is that unlike conservative drug methods, NSAIDS that have gastrointestinal, renal, and hepatic complications are not used, as well as they do not have the side effects of corticosteroids like  elevated blood glucose and usually provide a more durable therapeutic effect.

Here are the following techniques :