Regenerative Medicine Treatment
Regenerative medicine is a hugely developing area of medicine due to its potential to accelerate healing, repair damaged tissues, and improve pain & function.
Here at Dynamic Regenerative Medicine we are looking at two areas 1) hair loss treatment & skin health & rejuvenation, and 2) pain & injury treatment, looking into why a particular part of the body is not healing or repairing and aid this regenerative field via natural methods.
The field of Regenerative Medicine is working to restore the structure and function of tissues that have become damaged either by age or are unable to heal themselves, particularly chronic injuries.
Regenerative Medicine involves injecting natural substances into these damaged tissues to stimulate the healing and recovery process. These tissues can be skin and scalp OR tendons, ligaments, or other musculoskeletal tissues. Here at Dynamic Regenerative Medicine we typically use platelet-rich plasma (PRP) for its regenerative powers and stem cell promotions.
Anti-ageing treatment and Regenerative Medicine helps us understand the process of ageing and how to prevent, slow and reverse some of its negative effects.
Skin Regeneration Therapy uses components called platelets contained in our blood. Platelets play a vital role in repairing damaged blood vessels and cells in the body. Platelets contain protein substances called growth factors that activate and rejuvenate cells in the body. These growth factors, when released - promote the production of collagen and generation of new capillaries to rejuvenate the skin. Once in situ, the platelets trigger the body’s healing and repair processes. Collagen production is stimulated, and growth factors are delivered straight to the target site, ultimately improvement skin quality and texture, providing a more youthful look.
Regenerative Medicine is a very good form of treatment for a variety of joint pain conditions, this is why it is commonly used within sports medicine.
Knee pain itself is most commonly treated due to degenerative arthritis and is of particular interest in Regenerative Medicine and widely used. The use of Regenerative Medicine procedures such as Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is finding a role in this common problem and providing good outcomes. Traditional treatment measures such as anti-inflammatory arthritis medications have not been shown to deter the arthritis degenerative process. Joint injections with corticosteroid have been shown to provide good short term results but not be able to show the long term benefits. The knee is the most frequent joint encountered.
Regenerative Medicine is commonly used for a wide range of tendon and ligament injuries and maybe a preferable option when tendon and ligament injuries do not respond to conventional treatments such as physical therapy, manual therapy or corticosteroid injections. Regenerative Medicine is not new and this science dates back decades and it is now coming to the forefront in sports and orthopaedic medicine.
Studies have shown very successful treatment outcomes, for successfully reducing pain and restoring mobility and function when all other options have been exhausted. When tendons and ligaments are injured this causes an inflammatory response in the body. During this process the inflammation promotes new tissue growth to restore the damaged tissue — or at least that’s what’s supposed to happen during the healing process. However, because of multiple reasons, tendons and ligaments often do not heal as they should and causes chronic issues.
Prolotherapy and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) treatment work by re-triggering the body’s natural healing mechanisms. The damaged tissue goes through the same healing process as it did when the injury first occurred, giving it another opportunity at damage repair. Here at Dynamic Regenerative Medicine we only use i-Stem PRP kits UK
It is well documented that Regenerative Medicine causes positive, beneficial, and healing cellular changes within joints. These changes help degenerative joint disease in healing and regeneration of the joint thus by helping the articular cartilage and by increasing the volume of natural knee lubricants.
PRP treatment for example modulates the repair and regeneration of damaged articular cartilage in the joints and delays the degeneration of cartilage by stimulation of mesenchymal stem cell migration, proliferation, and differentiation into articular chondrocytes (the cells of cartilage). In addition, PRP reduces the pain by decreasing inflammation of the synovial membrane where pain receptors are localised. The synovial membrane is a protective layer of connective tissue that is also responsible for creating a synovial fluid that lubricates the joints. PRP treatment combined with hyaluronic acid treatment is now pioneering in the treatment of mild to moderate arthritis.
CELLUAR MATRIX ®
Cellular Matrix synergistically combines the complementary clinical effects of Hyaluronic Acid (HA) and A-PRP to provide optimal benefit for patients suffering from osteoarthritis.
A-PRP: the patient's platelet concentration prepared with CELLULAR MATRIX, provided an autologous reservoir of growth factors from the patient's blood.
Platelets within our blood are key factors in hard and soft tissue repair mechanisms. They provide essential growth factors that we need in the involvement of stem cell migration.
Plasma from our blood contains many factors essential for cell survival including nutrients, vitamins, and hormones. There are many molecules contained within the plasma that serves as a scaffold for cell migration and new tissue regeneration.
Proven role in the healing of soft and hard tissues, with key actions on cell migration.
A growing body of evidence to support the treatment of osteoarthritis mechanisms.
Key role in new matrix synthesis for tissue regeneration.
Hyaluronic Acid (HA) is a major component of synovial fluid contributing to joint homeostasis.
25 years of clinical experience show pain relief and functional improvement lasting 6 to 12 months.
Plays a major role in viscosupplementation and pain relief in osteoarthritis (joint lubrication).
A network of HA chains constitutes an ideal cell-friendly matrix.
Cellular Matrix provided significant pain relief and functional improvement in 87.3% of patients who had an unsatisfactory clinical response to previous therapy with HA alone.
The treatment regimen of up to 2 to 3 intra-articular injections.
Significant clinical benefits have been observed at 2 months following a single injection.