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An Introduction to Regenerative Medicine

Written By Hancock Healthcare Group on October 5, 2020

rsz regentherapyWhen we fall ill or sustain an injury, our bodies have a natural response that helps us to heal properly and get back to life as usual. Unfortunately, there are millions of individuals that suffer from conditions that don’t always respond to traditional treatment options and/or that suffer from a much lower quality of life due to chronic pain. While there are many wonderful treatment options out there, regenerative medicine is quickly becoming an option worth investigating.

Regenerative medicine focuses on nurturing the body’s natural ability to heal and recover from sickness and injuries.

What Exactly is Regenerative Medicine?

Regenerative medicine is typically defined as medical practices that utilize the body’s cells’, systems, and other assistive devices to help the body recover from various health conditions or help it repair itself in the case of broken bones or other musculoskeletal issues. The ultimate goal of regenerative medicine is to treat the underlying causes of these issues, not simply manage symptoms. 

Studies have shown that regenerative medicine has the potential to both heal and replace organs and other tissues that may have become damaged due to:

  • The natural aging processes
  • Trauma/Injury
  • Disease

While not everyone may benefit from regenerative medicine, it’s worth exploring your options.

Types of Regenerative Medicine

Regenerative medicine comes in many different forms. However, here at Hancock Healthcare Group, we focus primarily on the use of stem cell therapy and platelet-rich plasma treatments depending on the nature of your condition. 

Regenerative Medicine in Cape Coral, FL

While still relatively new, regenerative medicine shows much promise for millions of individuals suffering from various conditions/diseases. At Hancock Healthcare Group, we understand that the idea of regenerative medicine can be a little confusing. So, we take the time to sit down and cover the topic thoroughly with those interested. 

Want to learn more about regenerative medicine? Then contact us today or call our office at (239) 574-5559.

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