Regenerative Medicine

Gene & Stem Cell Therapy? Aloha, OR

Regenerative Medicine

Dr. Sunita Bhasin, DC and her medical team who specialize in regenerative medicine are now offering regenerative cell therapy in Aloha and Salem, Oregon. Oregon Medical Centers medical team has advanced training and experience in providing safe and effective regenerative cell therapy that can help repair damaged body tissues without surgery and help relieve discomfort.

Why consider regenerative cell therapy?

In regenerative cell therapy, regenerative cells are used as a form of regenerative medicine to replace and restore damaged body tissue. Regenerative cells are injected into areas of damaged tissue such as joints, ligaments, muscles, and tendons which helps reduce inflammation and pain and improve function.

How does regenerative cell therapy work?

Regenerative cell therapy works in two ways. After regenerative cells are injected into the area of damaged tissue, they’re able to differentiate or “become” the type of tissue needed to replace the damaged tissue. Secondly, after the regenerative cells change into the type of cells that are needed to replace damaged tissue, they begin to reproduce and multiply, replacing damaged tissue in the area.

When tissue is damaged, it becomes inflamed as it tries to repair itself. However, some disease processes and injuries cause chronic inflammation and prevent the tissue from healing which causes ongoing discomfort or pain. Regenerative cells bring new healthy cells to the area which decreases inflammation, repairs damaged tissue, restores function, and relieves discomfort.

At Oregon Medical Centers in Aloha and Salem, Oregon, we process regenerative cells from umbilical cord tissue to ensure safety and effectiveness in our regenerative cell therapy.

Who can benefit from regenerative cell therapy?

People with many different types of injuries and localized pain may benefit from regenerative m cell therapy at our Aloha or Salem clinic as an alternative to more invasive procedures such as surgery. Regenerative cell therapy is effective for conditions such as:

  • Tendinitis
  • Shoulder stiffness and pain
  • Wrist pain
  • Hip pain
  • Knee pain
  • Ankle and foot pain

Those who have had surgery or other treatments and still have pain or discomfort can also benefit from regenerative cell therapy to reduce inflammation, help tissue heal, and relieve pain. Regenerative cell therapy can also be used in conjunction with other treatments to assist with healing, pain relief, and restoring function.

What can you expect when getting regenerative cell injections?

First of all, your doctor will examine you and assess where you’re having pain or discomfort and what may be causing it. If your doctor thinks you would benefit from regenerative cell therapy, they will recommend regenerative cell injections into the damaged area and explain how this treatment works.

To inject the regenerative cells, your doctor or other healthcare provider will clean the injection site, inject the regenerative cells using a sterile syringe, and cover the injection site with a bandage.

Most people are able to resume their normal activities the same day but your healthcare provider will recommend what they think is best for you. Your doctor may also recommend a series of injections over a number of months to relieve your pain and help the area heal, depending on your condition.

To learn more about regenerative medicine regenerative cell therapy, please see this information from the Mayo Clinic.


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