STEM CELL THERAPY FOR AVASCULAR-NECROSIS

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Stem-cell therapy is the use of stem cells to treat or prevent a disease or condition. Bone marrow transplant is the most widely used stem-cell therapy, but some treatments derived from umbilical cord blood are also in use.

Stem-cell therapy is the use of stem cells to treat or avert a disease or condition.

Your body keeps a supply of stem cells available to help repair injured and degenerated tissues at all times. They lie latent in your body until they receive signals that the body has suffered an injury and then they follow your platelets to the injured place. Stem cells are able to transform into the same type of cell that was injured to support healing. They are tasked with curing injured ligaments, tendons, tissues and bones. After an injury, or as a natural effect of aging, the amount of stem cells wanted in certain areas of the body drops. Stem Cell Therapy solves this problem by delivering a high concentration of stem cells into the injured area encouraging natural healing.

Bone formation is a complicated process that requires the triggering of bone-forming cells to form bone, a process called osteoinduction. Stem cells in bone marrow have osteogenic characteristics, meaning they can become osteoblasts when they need to. When stem cells are placed correctly in the body, they become osteoblasts and begin forming bone.

Stem Cell Therapy is a “curative” treatment, allowing your body to permanently grow new joint tissue.

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