Brandon Stem Cell Clinic

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Dec 19 2018

Umbilical cord cells are comprised of proteins, growth factors, and stem cells. Blood is collected from the umbilical cord and then purified to rid it from any factors that could cause your body to reject the treatment. One of our health care providers will inject the material from the treated cord blood into the damaged joint or joints. This allows the active compounds found in the cord cells to go to work instantly to begin to reduce inflammation and promote healthy cellular division and regeneration. Some of the active compounds at work include: VEGF (Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor), IL-LRA (Interleukin-1, a receptor antagonist, stem cell factors (SCF), FGF-2 (Fibroblast Growth Factor-2) and Transforming Growth Factor-beta (TGF-beta). Each individual compound has a slightly different function, but combined, give your joints the needed material needed to kick-start healthy cellular renewal and regeneration of your tissue. The injection changes the chemistry inside the joint, creating a healthier environment that encourages positive, healing changes to take place. You will experience a better blood supply to the regenerative area, a reduction in damaging chronic inflammation, and stimulation of healthy tissue growth all because of this simple, non-surgical injection at our Brandon Stem Cell Clinic. Our goal in this process is to provide an alternative to invasive surgical procedures or drug intervention to manage or reduce pain. Surgical procedures occasionally result in infection, scar tissue, and even amputation in extreme cases. Prescription drug abuse is also reaching epidemic levels in Brandon and the rest of the country. At Brandon Stem Cell, we are looking to use umbilical stem cells to promote healing in the body in a holistic, minimally invasive approach.

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