New Developments in Stem Cells for Arthritis
Help heal injured or degenerated joints with your own stem cells.
Your body is made up of billions of specialized cells. Cells that are responsible for forming specific organs like your brain, skin, muscles, tendons, ligaments, joints, and bone. Every single day these cells undergo both DEgenerative as well as REgenerative processes.
To break it down — As older cells die, new cells are born from stem cells… while also creating other types of cells in the process. However, there’s only one catch.
When tissues are injured or damaged, the degenerative process exceeds this regenerative process thus resulting in structures that become weaker, painful and less functional. Although there are many types, stem cells found in bone marrow are most effective at promoting musculoskeletal healing (tendon, ligament, cartilage and bone).
Use your body’s reserves to help heal the injured area.
These days, physicians use modern techniques to help heal your injured area with high precision:
- Withdraw stem cells from bone marrow,
- Concentrate the cells through a lab process and
- Re-inject them precisely into the injured tissues in other areas of the body
Through a series of advanced, in-clinic devices and techniques, physicians are able to ensure the cells are being introduced into the exact area of need. When the stem cells are re-injected, they enhance the natural repair process of degenerated and injured tendons, ligaments, and arthritic joints.
…Inevitably reversing the natural breakdown process that occurs from aging, overuse and injury.
How Are Stem Cells Obtained?
The human body keeps a reserve of stem cells to help repair injured and degenerated tissues at all times, making it fairly simple to retrieve them for therapeutic purposes.
As stated above, the most effective type of stem cells can be found in the marrow cavity of your bones, and thus this is the most likely place to harvest these type of healing cells.
In the procedure itself, patients typically lay face down as the doctor thoroughly cleans the area before numbing the skin and bone. A special needle is inserted into the bone to withdraw marrow blood, which contains the stem cells.
The process is normally customized for each patient to best accommodate for their condition or current need. At this time, the concentrated stem cells are administered to the targeted area of interest or injury.
There is a follow up injection 3-5 days after the initial procedure to keep the stem cells activated and promote additional healing.
The 5 worst foods to eat if you have arthritis or injured or degenerated joints
Proper nutrition can be highly effective to generate new stem cells to build and replenish damaged tissue and arthritic joints.
However, what about foods that hinder or block stem cell production? And more importantly, what foods make your arthritis even worse…
Most people believe that removing sugar, gluten, and adding more vegetables to their diets will help boost stem cells and protect your body from aches, pains, and related injuries.
Yet, this is 100% wrong.
The food you eat plays a major role in how you feel – and that includes your physical aches and pain. And now arthritis experts have pinpointed five “joint-killing” foods.
The nutrients in these foods are proven to stoke the fires of chronic inflammation… amp up the pain… and cause your arthritis to put you on the sidelines of life.
In other words:
Every time you put one of these foods in your mouth… it’s like you’re smashing your joints with a hammer… over and over again.
So if you’re even remotely interested in relieving… and even reversing your arthritis… you’ll want to ERASE these five foods from your grocery list TODAY.
Check out this brief presentation to see what they are:
We hope this serves you well.
To your health,
The Healing Miracle Team
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