Regenerative Medicine

Regenerative Medicine is a therapeutic approach that seeks to restore organs and tissues that were negatively affected by trauma, disease or congenital issues by using latest clinical treatments that focus on the symptoms of a patient’s condition. The different approaches used to achieve these results are tissue engineering, cellular therapies, medical devices and artificial organs.

Merging these approaches, our body’s natural healing process can be enhanced or activated in the areas of the body where it is most needed. The Regenerative Medicine approach is still in its relative infancy in the medical world. This field assembles professionals from biology, engineering, robotics, genetics, computer science and medicine to uncover solutions to some of humankind’s most challenging health problems.

When injured or attacked by diseases, the human body can naturally heal and defend. What if the healing power of the body can be harnessed and then focused to help the body heal itself?

This therapeutic approach is an exciting field; its work is to make sure that the structures and functions of critically damaged tissues and organs are rejuvenated. It also ensures that permanently damaged organs get suitable solutions. Regenerative Medicine aims to discover a strategy to cure injuries and diseases that were previously thought to be untreatable.


Regenerative Medicine Primary Concentration


Tissue Engineering and Biomaterials

Tissue engineering is a strategy whereby biologically suitable scaffolds are inserted into the human body at the target site where a new tissue formation is required. If the scaffold is in a geometric shape (inline) with the tissue that needs to be regenerated, the scaffold draws together nearby healthy cells, and the outcome is the formation of a new tissue that has the desired shape.

Numerous patients have undergone treatment with some tissue-engineering device, despite this therapeutic approach still being very new. Most of the success stories of this therapeutic approach can be found with soft tissue generation.

Cellular Therapies in Regenerative Medicine

Millions of stem cells (adult) are present in all humans. Our body uses stem cells as a crucial self-repair conducting process. These adult stem cells are primarily gotten from blood, fat, skeletal muscle, bone marrow, dental pulp, and some other related sources like cord blood. Studies have indicated that when adult stem cells are extracted and injected accurately at the site of the dysfunctional tissue, tissue repair is achievable under proper conditions.

Artificial Organs Medical Devices

In some situations where a patient is experiencing organ failure, the in-use clinical technique is to get the damaged organs replaced by getting a replacement organ from a donor. The primary challenges are the scarcity of donor organs, and also the inconvenient requirement that the donor takes immunosuppression drugs that on their own have side effects.

Scientists and clinicians around the globe are currently and persistently analyzing and developing tools to supplement the essential functions of different body organs like the heart, kidney, lung and liver.

At Progressive Pain and Rehabilitation, our Regenerative Medicine experts focus on helping you heal from chronic painful conditions and injuries in a safe, effective, non-invasive manner by offering the latest, most advanced Regenerative Medicine Therapies to help you live a full life.  contact us now to schedule your thorough pain management evaluation.


Found in amniotic fluid, Allograft stem cells show no sign of aging, divide faster, and have a longer stability rate in comparison with other types of stem cells. This therapy is ideal for those individuals who want to:

  • Decrease and eliminate inflammatory and oxidative cellular processes.
  • Slow down and even stop degenerative tissue damage.
  • Repair and replace damaged tissue.
  • Promote muscle mass preservation.
  • Generate a stabilized microenvironment for normal tissue function.