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Dr. Nassim Abi Chahine believes that regenerative medicine, which makes it possible to actually repair diseased, injured or congenitally defective tissues and organs, will be a vital component of medical and surgical practice in the coming years. By harnessing the potential of regenerative medicine, Regentime is poised to create new models of health care and transform medicine and surgery.

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What is Regenerative Medicine ?

Regenerative medicine is an advanced branch of translational research enabling the medical solution and management of degenerative conditions. This science applies findings from tissue engineering that dates back to the nineteenth century. Regenerative treatment processes are a result of the alliance of research in chemistry, physics, genetics, and engineering to construct a biological compatible solution. The idea behind bioengineering in therapy was to develop a biological sound substitute for the body that will restore or enhance function of any lost or damaged tissue.


Aim:

Successful treatment goals include the return to daily activities and greater productivity.

Present:

Regenerative medicine is a promptly growing field. It offers benefits to individuals who suffer from different medical conditions. It can be from chronic pain associated with physical injury to deformity which is responsible for numerous damaging effects on a person’s ability to function through daily activities and job responsibilities. There are a number of misconceptions about regenerative medicine or cell therapy, including the origination of the cells, how clinically viable treatments may be, and that cell therapy or regenerative medical procedures always use stem cells.

Use:

Using estimates from both acute and chronic pain conditions, back pain alone accounts for a significant measurement of pain in approximately 100 million adults. In fact, many of these new processes are minimally invasive, which means the usage of regenerative medicine for the treatment of pain.

Vision:

Regenerative medicine leaders presume their field will fuse with other fields to be a vital component of medical practice in the coming years and can be considered as an appropriate measure of treatment in specific individual circumstances.

Future:

Fortunately, technological advancements have permitted the development of new processes for the treatment of orthopedic conditions without requiring an operative procedure. The research in bioengineering fabricates an environment in which the regeneration of human cells, tissues, and organs is achieved to restore or establish normal physiological functioning.

Why Regenerative Medicine?
  • Faster recovery time.
  • Improve joint, ligaments, and tendon function.
  • No incisions or trauma.
  • Very little pain.
  • No general anesthesia.
  • Curabitur a laoreet erat nulla odio.
  • Renewal and repair within the joint.
  • Suspendisse pharetra libero.
  • Very low side effect.
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History

Having discovered the ability of the body to organize and regenerate tissue after cell death, researchers aimed their future studies at the goal of regenerative medicine and tissue engineering to replace tissue that had been damaged, lost through injury, or deteriorating with advanced age. Many diseases and injuries that result from failing tissue could potentially be successfully treated using regenerative medicine therapies. However, the research and application has both ethical and legal considerations.


PAIN CONDITIONS TREATED WITH REGENERATIVE MEDICINE

Pain is thought to be an indicator of tissue damage or an underlying injury. A number of existing treatments are designed to help the patient cope with the chronic pain without addressing the underlying damage or injury to the musculoskeletal system. However, new regenerative medicine therapies have provided physicians with advancements that target the underlying problem and promote the ability of the body to heal itself through the use of undifferentiated stem cells. Patients who experience the following list of conditions are potentially viable candidates for regenerative medicine treatment protocols.


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