Adiopose Cells Specialist
Adiopose Cells Q & A
How are Adipose Cells Typically Used to Treat Medical Conditions?
In terms of regenerative medicine, cells offer a wealth of solutions for replacing, rejuvenating, and regenerating cells and tissues in the body. The revolutionary method of using adipose cells for therapies allows patients at Sheitelman Physical Medicine to treat many conditions. For example, adipose cell therapy can be used for orthopedic, neurological, and cardiovascular conditions. The use of fat cells for regenerative therapy is safe and effective through years of research and development.
Who’s Fat Cells are Used for Adipose Stem Cell Therapy at Sheitelman Regenerative Medicine?
Here at Sheitelman Physical Medicine, we use your own fat cells for adipose stem cell therapy. This ensures the greatest success of acceptance into your body. It also prevents immune rejection since you are using cells that are made by your own genes. By using adipose tissue we can access far more cells than we could if using bone marrow cells. Furthermore, the removal of adipose tissue for this form of stem cell therapy is much easier and convenient than harvesting cells from your bone marrow.
How can I Tell If I am a Good Candidate for Adipose Cell Therapy?
The only way to determine if adipose cell therapy is right for you is to contact a regenerative medicine doctor, such as Dr. Sholom Gootzeit in Surprise, AZ. A regenerative medicine professional will be able to identify your health concerns and determine if this treatment is a good solution. Every patient is unique in their adipose cell makeup, as well as their health and wellness. Therefore you should keep an open mind regarding how adipose cell therapy can benefit you. This advanced adult stem cell procedure will depend on the needs identified in your comprehensive treatment plan. However, most adults can use adipose cells to treat a variety of conditions safely and effectively with in-office procedures provided at Sheitelman Physical Medicine.
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