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Stem Cell Therapy in Greenville, SC

Stem Cell Therapy in Greenville, SC


Stem Cell Therapy

Stem cells are the foundation of the body’s growth and repair processes. Regenerative medicine employs cell-based therapies that utilize  biologic  allografts (stem cells). These allografts are highly adaptable and self-dividing cells that can differentiate into skin, bone, muscle, cartilage, tendon or ligament cells. Our  biologic allograft is harvested under the strictest of guidelines from fetal umbilical cord blood harvested during C-sections performed under sterile technique.  No babies or mothers are harmed during this process.

Stem Cell Therapies are the most advanced type of regenerative medicine that is available at this time. They are able to encourage the repair and regeneration of damaged joints, ligaments, tendons and tissue, facilitate the growth of new blood vessels, which leads to improved blood flow, reduces the presence of scar tissue, reduces inflammation to aid in healing, regulate immune function and response.

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