What Advanced Regenerative Medicine Can Do for You
You could let your body slow down and fail with age or you can do something about it with Advanced Regenerative Therapy from HealthGAINS.
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Within you are tiny bits of data that are shared between cells. By capturing and concentrating these packets of information, they can be programmed to stimulate tissue repair and reduce inflammation, offering relief for a variety of conditions and symptoms.
Joint Pain Relief
Advanced Regenerative Therapy is exceptional at providing relief for many musculoskeletal disorders like joint, back, knee and hip pain.
Many who suffer from age-related failures such as cartilage and ligament damage, nerve injury, muscle tears and bone-on-bone pain may find relief with a personalized joint pain relief program.
Hair Restoration & Aesthetics
Regenerative medicine is widely celebrated for helping people feel their best, but did you know that it can help you look your best too?
One of the most sought-after uses for Advanced Regenerative Medicine is treating hair loss in men and women. Hair restoration therapy uses a locally administered treatment containing Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) or other cellular materials to stimulate the body’s natural regenerative processes.
The EV (Extracellular Vesicle) Facial and PRP Facial Rejuvenation are the two most popular methods of recovering youthful radiance without surgery. These procedures leverage growth factors to regenerate new cells and collagen, revealing a refreshed, youthful and healthy complexion in just one visit.
Inflammation & Tissue Repair
Inflammation and cell repair within the body is a remarkably complex process wherein tiny messenger proteins provide information to the cells about what a “healthy” cell is supposed to be and how they can regulate themselves to return to that state.
When regenerative medicine is administered via extracellular vesicles, the inflammatory response is quenched, allowing the second stage delivery of RNA into the cell, which then instructs itself to normalize, stabilize and prevent future dysfunction.