Fat or Adipose Tissue
Adipose Tissue Contains a Number of Different Regenerative Cells
ADIPOSE TISSUE IS IMPORTANT SINCE IT CONTAINS A NUMBER OF DIFFERENT REGENERATIVE CELLS.
These cells can be thought of as “repair cells” for their ability to heal injured organs or body parts, their primary functions being:
• Acceleration of tissue repair
• Stimulation of tissue regeneration
• Decreased inflammation
• Prevention of continued premature cell death
• Stimulation of new blood vessel growth
Fat Cells Injection Therapy
FAT CELL PROCEDURE (LIPOASPIRATE)
A small amount of fat tissue is removed with needles from your abdomen, hip, or buttock area with a small needle. This is also referred to as a “mini-liposuction” procedure, similar to cosmetic surgery procedures. These cells are then injected where your body needs them.
Adipose tissue may contain adipose stem cells which can reduce inflammation and cause cells to grow in number and turn into different types of tissues. The hematopoietic stem cells accomplish repair. The fat cells in the fat tissue will die and release signals which stimulate other cells to become metabolically active. These metabolically active cells stimulate the microenvironment allowing for cellular regeneration. T-regulatory cells are a component of the immune system that suppresses immune responses of other cells. This is an important “self-check” built into the immune system to prevent excessive reactions.
FAT CELLS AS PART OF STEM CELL TREATMENT
Many experts in the stem cell field feel fat may be the ideal regenerative tissue since it has everything we need including growth factors, regenerative cells, and the fat itself acts as a 3-d matrix. However, when we look at the science we realize that we need to use both bone marrow and fat to achieve the proper numbers of cells to accomplish repair.
Fat is rich in mesenchymal stem cells while it is somewhat lacking in hematopoietic stem cells. On the other hand bone marrow is rich in hematopoietic stem cells . We need to utilize both in order to accomplish the optimal repair.
(We do not use Stromal Vascular Fraction (SVF) in any of our procedures since we believe that it is not permitted by the FDA.)
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Our Stem Cell Treatment Combination:
“Stem cells are the conductors, the platelets are the construction workers, and the fat is the scaffolding. Together they are a powerful army.”
BONE MARROW ASPIRATE
Additional Components to
Our Stem Cell Treatments
Extracorporeal Pulse Activation Technology uses high frequency sound waves that are directed at the injury site to promote healing.