Power of Regenerative Medicine
The Future of Medicine
Every 50 years or so, medicine, as an industry, seems to take a giant leap forward. For a variety of reasons (science, practice, health insurance, hospital management, market demand, etc), a seismic shift is currently taking place in medicine and how medicine is practiced – and how medicine will be practiced for the next 50 years.
The promise of Past decades
Cures from Regenerative Medicine
For the last several decades, the concept of regenerative medicine has promised cures, and yet has remained primarily academic, with a very clear delineation between study and practice.
However, through advancing technologies and knowledge, brilliant scientists and physicians continue to show the scientific and medical communities that regenerative medicine therapies and treatments have the ability to repair, replace, rejuvenate, and even regenerate, tissue that has been damaged by injury, disease, or because of the natural aging process.
A shift in how we treat patients
The practice of regenerative medicine capitalizes on the body’s own ability to heal itself. While this emerging field will not necessarily replace chemicals and surgery, it does offer a seismic shift in treatment options and opportunities for both patients and physicians. And somewhat ironically, this major leap forward in the practice of medicine is also a return to fundamental principles of the science of discovery and the art of medicine.
Applications and Treatments
Regenerative Medicine treatments are restoring the functionality of both cells and tissues when applied to:
the health and wellness of both men and women
knees, shoulders, and hips
spinal cord injuries
male and female sexual dysfunction
And many, many more
Helping the body heal itself
finding therapies and treatments
Research and application focuses on the process of finding therapies and treatments that give the body what it needs to heal itself. At the very least, the process that employs regenerative medicine gives the body a fighting chance to do what it can – or should – do through natural means.
“we don’t want to steer regenerative medicine, we want to set it free”
philosopher-economist: F.A. Hayek
In order to do that, we built a business system and advisory platform for physicians to harnesses the power of regenerative medicine through the intersection of science, medicine, and business.