Traditional medicine focuses on providing treatments that simply manage your symptoms. But the regenerative and integrative medicine team at Restoration Healthcare in Coeur D’Alene, Idaho, wants to do more than manage your symptoms, which is why they offer regenerative therapy, an area of specialty for Dr. Hull. With this innovative treatment, the team can accelerate the healing process, repair the damage, and resolve your symptoms altogether. To learn more about regenerative therapy and how it can help you, call the office or request an appointment online today.
Regenerative therapy is a form of regenerative medicine that harnesses the healing powers of your own body to generate new, healthy tissue to replace diseased or damaged tissue.
Mesenchymal cells are the unique cells in your body that have the ability to transform into specialized cells to make bone, muscle, skin, or blood vessels.
While your body has the ability to heal itself using your own cells, sometimes the process is slow or ineffective, which can make your recovery difficult and drawn out.
At Restoration Healthcare, the team offers regenerative therapy using mesenchymal stem cells to accelerate your body’s natural healing process, helping you get back to your normal level of functioning and health faster.
The team at Restoration Healthcare determines if you’re a good candidate for regenerative therapy during a consultation. You may want to consider scheduling an appointment with the innovative practice to see if regenerative therapy can help manage your:
Regenerative therapy is a very new area of medicine, and researchers are still uncovering all the potential uses for the regenerative medicine treatment.
The team at Restoration Healthcare conducts your regenerative therapy at the office. The mesenchymal stem cells used for your treatment are thawed out from cryopreservation. These cells are procured from the umbilical cords of healthy, live births and are vigorously tested to be sure of their quality and safety.
Once your cells are ready, the site of your injection is cleaned with an antiseptic agent, and an anesthetic may be used to minimize discomfort.
Then, the team injects the mesenchymal stem cells directly into the tissue. Guided imagery may be used to ensure accurate placement of the cells.
There’s no downtime following regenerative therapy. However, the team may suggest activity modification if needed based on your underlying health issue and need. You may experience some pain and swelling at the injection site, but these side effects should resolve quickly.
You may start to notice an improvement in pain and function within two weeks after your regenerative therapy. The mesenchymal stem cells continue to repair and regenerate healthy tissue, and improvements may continue for up to a year.
After your regenerative therapy, the team at Restoration Healthcare continues to monitor your progress and incorporates other treatments as needed to help improve overall health, function, and well-being.
To learn more about the regenerative medicine treatments at Restoration Healthcare, call the office or request an appointment online today.