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Despite great progress that has been made in traditional medicine, there are few effective ways today to treat the root causes of many diseases or conditions. In many cases, typical treatments can only manage patients’ symptoms with medications or devices, providing temporary symptomatic relief.

Regenerative medicine is a game-changing approach to treating many degenerative diseases, including Osteoarthritis and COPD. By targeting the body’s natural ability to heal itself, regenerative medicine offers the realistic promise to repair damaged tissue and reverse the effects of many degenerative conditions, offering solutions for people with diseases that today are beyond repair.


Regenerative medicine is the opposite of degeneration. As defined by the National Institute of Health (NIH), it is “the process of creating living, functional tissues to repair or replace tissue or organ function lost due to age, disease, damage, or congenital defects.” Regenerative medicine offers a variety of different techniques, including stem cell therapy.

Regenerative medicine itself isn’t new — stem cell therapy has been offered to human and animal patients for years. But recent advances in cell biology and other fields have revealed new ways to refine existing regenerative therapies and develop new ones.

Stem cells possess enormous regenerative potential. Stem cell therapy works to harness the body’s own healing ability by isolating stem cells from one location of the body and relocating them to an area of disease, injury or inflammation. The primary role of stem cells is to heal and maintain the tissue in which they reside. Stem cell therapy enhances this natural function by getting stem cells more directly to an area of need within the body.

At U.S. Stem Cell Clinic, we utilize adult stem cells, which are found in every part of the body and can be harvested from a patient’s own tissue, such as adipose (fat) tissue, muscle, teeth, skin or bone marrow.

During a simple and safe outpatient procedure, stem cells can easily be isolated from a patient’s tissue in approximately 30-90 minutes under local anesthesia. Often, they can then be injected after the extraction. The procedure is ethical and legal, and offers minimal patient discomfort.

What’s unique about stem cells is that they are multi-potential and have the ability to form a variety of different types of tissue, including but not limited to bone, cartilage, muscle, ligament, tendon and fat. As a result, the applications are virtually limitless and include orthopedic, degenerative, neurological and auto-immune conditions.

The U.S. Stem Cell Clinic is founded on the principle belief that the quality of life for our patients can be improved through stem cell therapy. Our team has successfully treated over 7,000 patients with very few safety concerns reported. We are extremely encouraged by the positive patient results we are seeing from our physician-based treatments.  One day, stem cell treatments will be the gold standard of care for the treatment of most degenerative diseases.

To find out how stem cell therapy can help you improve your life, schedule your free, no-obligation consultation on our website: or give us a call at 954-510-3150.

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