In the field of Regenerative Medicine, Exosomes are receiving a lot of attention. If you’re curious as to what exosomes are, and why they’re such a big deal, this article is for you! AUTHOR Dr. Kelley Mulhern CATEGORY Regenerative Medicine SOCIAL thrivechiropracticwellness To understand exosomes and the valuable role they play in
What if medicine could help you heal yourself, instead of putting a band-aid on a problem? Regenerative medicine is a discipline of medicine focused on utilizing and optimizing natural self-healing processes. It includes things like organ transplants (both real and artificial), tissue engineering, and cellular therapies. What is Regenerative Medicine? What is Stem Cell Therapy? Check out this guide to learn everything you need to know.
If you’re considering Regenerative Medicine, Regenerative Cellular Therapies, Stem Cell Therapy, or any other form of biological treatment, please read this article! As these promising treatments rise in popularity, some less-than-legitimate clinics may try to take advantage of a patient’s pain, fear, and lack of knowledge about cellular therapies. By asking these ten questions before you consent to Regenerative Cellular Therapies, cellular, biological, or “stem
If you’re confused about the types of Regenerative Medicine (RM), you’re not alone. This field of medicine has exploded in the past decade, with new options, new definitions, and new understandings of how the body works. It seems that every provider has a slightly different twist on what Regenerative Medicine is to them, but few offer an in-depth explanation for the layperson. That’s the intent of
If you’ve been reading about Regenerative Medicine (RM), Regenerative Cellular Therapy (RCT), Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSCs), or Stem Cell Therapy lately, you’ve probably heard about Wharton’s Jelly. What is it and why is it so special? Keep reading to find out! AUTHOR Dr. Kelley Mulhern CATEGORY Regenerative Medicine SOCIAL thrivechiropracticwellness Wharton’s Jelly
process If you’re like most people, you’re starting to hear more about PRP…but you may not understand what it is. If so, this blog is for you! PRP is the acronym for Platelet-Rich Plasma and is a process commonly used in Regenerative Medicine, to reduce pain and promote healing of damaged tissues. AUTHOR Dr. Kelley Mulhern