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Beyond MSC's

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Dr. Dan Levesque, DC
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     The latest regenerative medicine therapies we are now offering are much more than just millions of undifferentiated somatic cells (MSC’s). They also contain numerous other ingredients that work synergistically with each other to help the body reconstruct new tissue. Besides MSC’s, they also include exosomes, hyaluronic acid and certain growth factors specific for joints. These provide the body with the right building blocks so it has everything it needs to improve joint space. Original sources of the allograft cells are immune privileged umbilical and amniotic tissues (donated from healthy mothers who had live, healthy c-section births), so there is no chance of rejection. All donated tissue and resulting therapies are intended for homologous use, meaning the allograft is to supplement, repair and replace cells that perform the same function. In a degenerative knee joint for example, allografts are intended to help the knee joint produce more of the same cells to replenish what has deteriorated.

     At Solutions, we take pride in the results our patients get from all the treatments we recommend. This is why we offer the most state of the art technologies and therapies so our patients have the best chance at success. Besides offering the most advanced science available, the regenerative medicine products we use are natural, non-steroidal, have no side-effects and treatments have no down time. Call our office today for more information about our most effective regenerative medicine program to date or to make an appointment, click here


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