The top-tier laboratory at Telomerix excels at stem cell isolation, sorting, and extraction from multiple tissues including: umbilical cord blood, cord tissue, and adipose tissue. The extracted stem cells are then cryopreserved and stored so they can be used when needed the most.
PRP is used to speed up healing, decrease inflammation, and stimulate tissue regeneration in treated areas. PRP is a substance highly concentrated with platelets derived from a patient’s own blood (autologous) making it safe to administer alone or in conjunction with other treatments. PRP secretes proteins and growth factors at the site of the injury to improve soft tissue healing and repair and reduce inflammation. PRP has been used in multiple clinical scenarios to encourage healing, decrease inflammation, in musculoskeletal pain, tissue repair in tendons, ligaments, muscles, hair growth, skin aging, etc. Ask your doctor if you are a good candidate for this type of therapy.
These stem cells are able to grow into a wide variety of tissues including bone, cartilage, muscle, adipose tissue, etc. In addition to secreting factors that can stimulate tissue repair, MSCs can substantially alter their microenvironment, exerting effects that are both anti-inflammatory and anti-fibrotic, and are the subject of the most promising research regarding many conditions like, hearing loss, Alzheimer’s, spinal cord injuries, and more. MSCs are poised to become an increasingly significant cell source for tissue engineering and regenerative therapies as medicine evolves to focus on personalized and cell-based treatments.
Adipose tissue-derived stem cells are mesenchymal cells with the capacity for self-renewal and multipotential differentiation. This multipotentiality allows them to become adipocytes, chondrocytes, myocytes, osteoblasts and neurocytes among other cell lineages. In recent years, they are most commonly used in clinical applications. Adipose tissue have the advantage in the easy harvesting during liposuction and yield an abundant amount of ADSCs compared to other sources including bone marrow.