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How Does A Stem Cell Know What Kind of Cell to Become?

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Before we can even begin to answer this question, you’ll first need to know a little more about stem cells and understand the nature of stem cells and their purpose/usability. Many of us have heard about stem cells from the news, especially since there have been quite a number of cases where prominent athletes turned to stem cell therapy in order to treat their injuries and save their careers.Stem Cells Orange County

Stem cells are the body’s natural soldiers – they are usually collected from the bone marrow, embryos, or from fat and, under proper laboratory supervision, they have the amazing capacity to transform and multiply into specialized cells, mostly known as daughter cells.  The embryonic stem cells are the best because they are pluripotent, meaning they have the ability to become any type of cell. This is extremely useful especially when there is a need to repair or regenerate an organ or a tissue.

Adult stem cells are a bit more limited in their ability to transform into other types of cells, though there has been plenty of evidence recently that adult stem cells do indeed have the ability to generate unrelated types of cells (usually done through laboratory genetic reprogramming).

And this takes us back to your initial question – how do stem cells know what type of cell to become?

Just like humans do it with each other, stem cells have a way to communicate with other stem cells in their surrounding area, known as the stem cell PRP therapy Orange Countyniche. This communication is done via molecular signals or impulses that simply tell the stem cells, or rather guide the new stem cells to become what they need to become.

It is a very complex differentiation process that needs further research to better understand and fully take advantage of this extraordinary regenerative capacity. There is a general understanding that by investigating the signals and the way they work, you can ultimately activate this process outside the body, guiding stem cells to become exactly the type of cell that is needed to treat the disease and heal the damaged body.

The past few years have proved that stem cells have the capacity to break medical frontiers and they do open a new chapter in revolutionary medicine that we now commonly refer to as regenerative medicine. Although stem cell therapy is still relatively new and only recently available to the general public by way of stem cell therapy clinics; its effectiveness is quite clear and offering patients a new and natural way to heal many kinds of injuries and conditions.

Telehealth offers numerous regenerative medicine treatments. These include platelet rich plasma therapy, bone marrow and fat derived stem cell injections along with blood derived stem cell injections. Also, the California stem cell clinic is performing stem cell facelifts, call (888) 885-8675 for more information and scheduling today!

Stem Cell Therapy – What are the Different Options for my Joints?

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Cutting edge treatment with stem cell therapy can offer a solution for Osteoarthritis or OA. The treatment consists of removing the stem cell blood in the patient’s bone marrow from the hip area along with the plasma. The remaining fluid is then concentrated in a centrifuge and this is injected into the joint experiencing problems. As the concoction injected is taken from the patient’s own body, there is little chance of the body rejecting it.

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There are many conventional treatments available for joint pains, but stem cell therapy offers exciting promise. Several non surgical options only offer short term or temporary relief from joint pain and the pain usually returns and it can even get worse in some cases. On the other hand, stem cells are cells possess the ability of developing into various types of cells that the body can make use of, for instance, new cartilage. When an abundance of stem cells are placed in an area that is deficient, there is a chance for healthy cells to grow in that location. It is easy to regenerate and repair cartilage and tendons with the stem cells harvested from the body of the patient.

Relief for Osteoarthritis

Those suffering from osteoarthritis experience a wear and tear of the joints. The problem is due to the deterioration of the cartilage that allows cushioning of the bones, so that they can glide smoothly over one another. When the cartilage breaks down, the bones start rubbing against each other, leading to stiffness and inflammation, and, thus, pain. Stem cells that are bone derived can be distributed to the area and it has the potential to result in regeneration of healthy cartilage.

Minimal Side Effects

Stem Cell Therapy PhoenixEven the side effects are only temporary and are localized, as the patient might merely experience minor pain that lasts for a few days and they can get back to their normal activities within a short time. It can, therefore, be an ideal solution for those who have no other option than joint replacement therapy, as a major surgery can be averted. It offers a viable option to knee replacement and is better than many other invasive remedies for arthritis.

Benefits

Stem cell injections can offer a quick and easy recovery. The treatment is offered on an outpatient basis and the patients can begin their normal activity within 24 hours. There are very few complications arising from the procedure and minimal chances of infection or rejection, as the cells are taken from the body of the patient.

TeleHealth stem cell therapy clinic offers several Board Certified US Stem Cell doctors providing bone marrow or fat derived stem cell therapy along with PRP therapy as well. A significant percentage of the time, treatment is covered by insurance (not always). If you would like to be considered for treatment with stem cell therapy for joint arthritis, spinal arthritis, tendonitis, ligament injury, fractures and more, call (888) 885-8675.

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