Healing at the Cellular Level: The Future of Medicine is Regenerative.

Regenerative Medicine

The goal of regenerative medicine is to replace or reboot tissues or organs damaged because of disease, injury, age, or other issues instead of treating symptoms with medication and procedures.

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What is regenerative medicine?

Regenerative medicine is a specialized field of medicine that develops ways to regrow, repair, or replace damaged or diseased cells, organs, and tissues. Sometimes these organs, tissues, or cells are replaced because of trauma or congenital issues.

In simpler terms, regenerative medicine works to restore the normal function and structure of various organs by replacing, engineering, or regenerating cells, tissue, or organs. This differs from traditional clinical strategies which focus on treating the symptoms.

Regenerative medicine researchers seek to discover the mechanisms that nature uses to restore the function and structure of damaged or diseased tissues and organs. Another goal is to create cell regrowth rather than fibrosis (forming of scar tissue) when tissue or an organ is damaged.

The anticipated outcome is that the body creates cells to repair tissue or organs. In cases where the body itself does not heal itself, tissue and organs can be grown in a laboratory and implanted into the body. If the patient’s own stem cells are used to grow new tissue and organs, there is far less possibility of transplant rejection.

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Dr. Pace is such a blessing to us!! Truly the best thing any doctor has done for my chronic pain in years.. it has been nothing short of an amazing miracle! We want to sincerely thank you both so much for your dedication to the care and treatment for Bobby. You called and followed up with us every day throughout the whole treatment to check on my condition. Without your Regenerative Medical approach to my overall health, I truly believe I would not be here today because the pain was so excruciating. Am feeling 100% better! We love you! Thanks ❤️🙏

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I am an 84+ year old woman diagnosed with the need for a hip replacement. I was told that I had bone on bone…needing a hip replacement to relieve the pain.

I opted to try stem cells to remedy the condition. I found Dr. Leslye Pace as the recommended Doctor. Dr. Pace injected stem cells into my hip joint and back just over a year ago. I had good results, but not completely, and decided to try a stem cell infusion. Dr. Pace is a fantastic doctor who is not only skilled, but, who really cares for her patients.

I had stem cell infusion about three months ago. I immediately had some relief. Since the infusion, I’ve experienced greater mobility and much less pain. It continues to get better as the days pass. I have about 80% pain reduction now.

I also notice that my Reflux has lessened as well.

I expect my body to get better and better all over as the days pass.

I highly recommend stem cells be used as a treatment for pain and general good health. I’d do it all over again without hesitation. It’s painless, fast and easy…and best of all does not require surgery.

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FAQs about Regenerative Medicine

Frequently Asked Questions

Traditionally, we have used various medications and hormones to limit disease and help the body repair itself. For example, hormone replacement therapy has, in many cases, shown the ability to more optimally help the immune system and thus help us repair diseased or injured tissues. Genetic research is an evolving area where we will eventually learn and utilize more ways of specifically dealing with gene defects causing degenerative disease. Stem cell therapy has already shown considerable promise in treating many degenerative conditions. Stem cells communicate with our tissues and with each other through a complex system of protein signaling molecules called cytokines or “growth factors.” There are thousands of growth factors and some FDA approved and clinically available such as AQ topical growth factors (see store) that are useful for a number of cosmetic and therapeutic purposes. The science of using growth factors with stem cells is evolving and represents the next main area of growth in regenerative medicine.

A stem cell is basically any cell that can replicate and differentiate. This means the cell can not only multiply, it can turn into different types of tissues. There are different kinds of stem cells. Most people are familiar with or have heard the term “embryonic stem cell.” These are cells from the embryonic stage that have yet to differentiate – as such, they can change into any body part at all. These are then called “pluri-potential” cells. Because they are taken from unborn or unwanted embryos, there has been considerable controversy surrounding their use. Also, while they have been used in some areas of medicine – particularly, outside the United States – they have also been associated with occasional tumor (teratoma) formations. There is work being conducted by several companies to isolate particular lines of embryonic stem cells for future use.

Another kind of stem cell is the “adult stem cell.” This is a stem cell that already resides in one’s body within different tissues. In recent times, much work has been done isolating bone-marrow derived stem cells. These are also known as “mesenchymal stem cells” because they come from the mesodermal section of your body. They can differentiate into bone and cartilage, and probably all other mesodermal elements, such as fat, connective tissue, blood vessels, muscle and nerve tissue. Bone marrow stem cells can be extracted and because they are low in numbers, they are usually cultured in order to multiply their numbers for future use. As it turns out, fat is also loaded with mesenchymal stem cells. In fact, it has hundreds if not thousands of times more stem cells compared to bone marrow. Today, we actually have tools that allow us to separate the stem cells from fat. Because most people have adequate fat supplies and the numbers of stem cells are so great, there is no need to culture the cells over a period of days and they can be used right away.

These adult stem cells are known as “progenitor” cells. This means they remain dormant (do nothing) unless they witness some level of tissue injury. It’s the tissue injury that turns them on. So, when a person has a degenerative type problem, the stem cells tend to go to that area of need and stimulate the healing process. We’re still not sure if they simply change into the type of injured tissue needed for repair or if they send out signals that induces the repair by some other mechanism. Suffice it to say that there are multiple animal models and a plethora of human evidence that indicates these are significant reparative cells.

This will depend on the type of degenerative condition you have. A specialist will evaluate you and discuss whether you’re a potential candidate for stem cell therapy. If after you’ve been recommended for treatment, had an opportunity to understand the potential risks and benefits, and decided on your own that you would like to explore this avenue of treatment, then you can be considered for treatment. Of course, even though it’s a minimally invasive procedure, you will still need to be medically cleared for the procedure. 

NO. However, the Cell Surgical Network’s surgical procedures fall under the category of physician’s practice of medicine, wherein the physician and patient are free to consider their chosen course of treatment. The FDA does have guidelines about treatment and manipulation of a patient’s own tissues. At CSN we meet these guidelines by providing same day treatment with the patient’s own cells that undergo no manipulation and are inserted during the same procedure.

Many have been told that they require surgery or other risky treatments for their ailments and are looking for non-invasive options. Some have heard about the compelling testimonials about stem cells in the literature and on various websites. Many have read about the results of stem cell treatments in animal models and in humans. CSN does not believe in claims or testimonials since our work is still investigational but we are a resource for patients who need access to regenerative care. CSN gives a choice to those informed patients who seek modern regenerative therapy but desire convenience, quality and affordability. CSN fills a need for those patients who have been told that they have to travel to different countries and pay as much as twenty to one hundred thousand dollars for stem cell treatments off shore.

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