Healing From Within Through Regenerative Medicine

Our bodies have an incredible ability to repair themselves. After getting many kinds of cuts, injuries, and illnesses, a healthy body often heals itself without any medical intervention.

A new advanced treatment called regenerative medicine harnesses your body’s unique ability to heal by combining these inner abilities with cutting-edge stem cell technology. Board-certified interventional pain management specialist Hasan Badday, MD, of Pacific Pain & Regenerative Medicine in Irvine and Los Angeles, California, finds regenerative medicine can heal or bring pain relief to many types of injuries and chronic conditions.

Keep reading to learn more about how regenerative medicine’s potent properties allow your body to heal from within.

Regenerative medicine: promoting internal healing

Regenerative medicine works by replacing any impaired cells, tissues, or organs with healthy ones. This process allows the new, healthy cells to then continue to generate healthier cells in your body. 

With these healthy cells, your body is able to heal itself from a variety of ailments. Through this process, your body’s internal healing process can work on a greater variety of conditions, including chronic problems your body would normally be unable to self-heal.

After undergoing regenerative medicine treatments, your body continues to use its own healing mechanisms to produce further healthy cells. This allows you to remain free of the chronic pain or conditions that previously negatively impacted your quality of life.

What regenerative medicine can treat

The power of regenerative medicine can be harnessed to treat a number of diseases and injuries. Current predictions approximate up to one third of Americans can benefit from regenerative medicine.

Conditions Dr. Badday treats using regenerative medicine include:

The regenerative medicine healing process

To treat your condition or injury with regenerative medicine, Dr. Badday uses healthy stem cells. These stem cells can come from another, healthier part of your body or a healthy donor, depending on your personal circumstances.

Getting your regenerative medicine treatment is quick, taking up to an hour at most, and can be completed in an outpatient setting at Dr. Badday’s offices. If Dr. Badday is using your own stem cells for the procedure, he begins by extracting these cells from your hip or other chosen body part.

The healthy stem cells get mixed in a centrifuge, which ensures the stem cells get separated from other materials extracted. Dr. Badday injects the stem cells right into the area where you’re experiencing pain or have an injury.

From there, your body takes over, working to heal your chronic pain or ailment. Dr. Badday’s personalized treatment plan ensures you achieve maximum healing and pain management from regenerative medicine.

To learn more about regenerative medicine and using your body’s self-healing abilities to treat your pain or medical condition, call our office most convenient to you or book an appointment online today.

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