OVERVIEW

Regenerative Medicine

The Future of Medicine

Regenerative Medicine aims to replace organs or tissues that were damaged by disease, congenital issues, or trauma with the current clinical technique that focuses basically on treating the disease symptoms. The tools utilized to attain these results are cellular therapies, tissue engineering, artificial organs, and medical devices.

Combining these methods can enhance our body’s natural healing process in the areas of the body where it is most needed. It can equally hijack the function of a critically damaged organ. The field of Regenerative Medicine is still new, and it assembles experts in chemistry, biology, engineering, computer science, genetics, robotics, medicine, and other relevant fields to discover solutions to some of humanity’s most challenging problems.     

When invaded or injured by disease, our bodies can defend and heal. And if we could harness this healing power of the body and then enhance this healing process in a proper clinical way?

Regenerating Medicine is an exciting field; it works to ensure that the functions and structures of previously damaged organs or tissues are restored. It equally works in drafting solutions for permanently damaged organs. This treatment approach aims to find a method to cure injuries and diseases which were previously thought untreatable.   

The National Institutes of Health defines regenerative medicine as “the process of creating living, functional tissues to repair or replace tissue or organ function lost due to age, disease, damage, or congenital defects.” 1 The hope is to restore damaged tissue that will not adequately heal on its own.

Regenerative medicine treatments can be divided into three methods:

  1. Cellular therapies facilitate healing by injecting or placing live cells into the patient.
  2. Tissue engineering replaces or repairs damaged tissue with natural tissue, man-made tissue, or a combination of both.
  3. Other therapies that attempt to trigger the body’s natural ability to heal tissues without introducing new cells or tissues.

These methods can enhance our body’s natural healing process in the areas of the body where we need it the most.

 

The field of Regenerative Medicine is still new, and it assembles experts in chemistry, biology, engineering, computer science, genetics, robotics, medicine, and other relevant fields to discover solutions to some of humanity’s most challenging problems.  Regenerating Medicine is the future of medicine, aiming to find a method to cure injuries and diseases which were previously thought untreatable.

 

At 3R (Regenerative Repair & Relief) Regenerative Medicine Center in the Woodlands, we use a variety of regenerative medicine treatments including Amniotic FluidsExosomes, Growth Factors, Platelet Rich Plasma to treat chronic painful conditions and injuries.

Schedule your complementary consultation to meet our Regenerative Medicine Experts and learn about our life-changing Regenerative Medicine Treatments.

Schedule your complementary consultation to meet our Regenerative Medicine Experts and learn about our life-changing Regenerative Medicine Treatments.

Concentrations of Regenerative Medicine

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Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering

Tissue engineering is a technique in which biologically suitable scaffolds are inserted into the body at the specific area where new tissue is needed to be formed. If the scaffold is inline (a geometric shape) of the fabric that will need regeneration, the scaffold lures cells, and the result can be a brand-new tissue in which the desired shape is achieved. Sometimes, the newly forming tissue might be subjected to exercise, and the result is a new functional engineered issue.

Many patients have been treated with some tissue-engineered equipment, even though this field is currently still in its infancy. Many success stories of this regenerative medicine lie with soft tissue generation.   

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Cellular Therapies

Millions of adult stem cells are seen in every human being. The human body utilizes stem cells as a critical way of conducting self-repair. Previous studies have shown that when stem cells are collected and injected at the location of the damaged or diseased tissue, rejuvenation of the tissue is attainable under the appropriate conditions.

These cells are typically harvested from fat, blood, dental pulp, skeletal muscle, bone marrow, and other relevant sources like cord blood, which provides an excellent source of adult stem cells. Clinicians and scientists are refining and enhancing their abilities to prepare collected stem cells to be injected into individuals to rebuild damaged or diseased tissues.

3R REGENERATIVE REPAIR & RELIEF

10710 KUYKENDAHL ROAD, SUITE 110 , THE WOODLANDS, TEXAS, 77381

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