Regenerative Medicine Q & A
What is regenerative medicine?
Regenerative medicine utilizes human cells and tissue products, such as platelet-rich plasma (PRP), to supplement the body’s natural healing process and naturally stimulate new cell growth.
Regenerative medicine techniques help the body to reproduce new tissues to replace aging or damaged cells of the:
- Brain and nerves
- Bones and joints
- Tendons and muscles
- Hair follicles
- Vagina or penis
The therapies used in regenerative medicine can treat a wide range of conditions. Science continues to research and discover new applications for proven regenerative techniques that may benefit the health and wellness of men and women of all ages.
What is platelet-rich plasma?
Platelets are a natural element of blood that releases growth factors and other healing proteins. These growth factors are an essential part of a healthy immune system and effective tissue healing.
PRP therapy uses a specially-prepared sample of your blood with concentrated platelets to create a powerful healing serum called platelet-rich plasma.
By injecting PRP into areas where tissues are damaged or deteriorating, this therapy accelerates healing, regulates inflammation, protects healthy cells, and recruits other regenerative resources to the area.
Kaya Health & Wellness utilizes PRP therapy to treat a number of conditions that impact your overall health and wellness.
What conditions can regenerative medicine treat?
- Aging skin, including lines and wrinkles
- Chronic pain
- Shoulder, knee, and other joint pain
- Sexual dysfunction
- Hair loss
The team may use regenerative medicine techniques alone to improve skin, hair, joints, or pain level. It can also be used to supplement other treatments for some conditions such as sexual dysfunction.
To see how regenerative medicine can help you, call the office or schedule an appointment online with Kaya Health & Wellness today.
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Little Silver, NJ 07739
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