Every 50 years or so, medicine, as an industry, seems to take a giant leap forward. For a variety of reasons (new scientific discoveries, new treatments/therapies, 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.
For the last several decades, the concept of regenerative medicine has promised cures and replacement organs. Yet, it has remained primarily academic, with a clear delineation between study and practice.
However, through advancing technologies, knowledge, and understanding, 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 regenerative tissue that have been damaged by injury, disease, or because of the natural aging process.
The practice of regenerative medicine capitalizes on the body’s own ability to heal itself. While regenerative therapies and treatments will not completely eliminate chemicals and surgery, it does offer a seismic shift in treatment options and opportunites for patients.
Regenerative treatments and therapies are restoring the functionality of both cells and tissues and are being applied to:
- the health and wellness of both men and women
- knees, shoulders, and hips
- neurodegenerative diseases
- spinal cord injuries
- cardiovascular issues
- autoimmne diseases
- male and female sexual dysfunction
And many, many more.
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