Joint pain? dermatological problems? blemishes? Regenerative Medicine has the answer! It is the most effective, long-lasting and least invasive option to face these problems. Discover how and what’s new for 2020!
Regenerative Medicine aims to repair damaged tissues rather than replace them, through stem cells that have the ability to regenerate and act in a specific way.
In orthopedics? Arthrosis and musculo-tendon pathologies are among the most important causes of pain and disability in humans and have a great impact on the quality of life. Tissues affected by these pathologies have limited self-healing abilities and therefore have always been a challenge for orthopaedic surgeons and physiatrists. Regenerative medicine represents the key to solve the biological causes of tissue degeneration.
- Participate in vascular remodeling
- Repairing the structural tissue component
- Lead to better tissue vascularization
- Converting the pro-inflammatory process into an anti-inflammatory process
thanks to the complete regeneration of the tissues, we obtain a restoration of the best vital conditions of the skin by contrasting aging, giving more tone, complexion, shine and firmness to the skin.
We are familiar with Mononuclear Cells from peripheral blood (TNCs), Total Nuclear Cells, are the mononuclear cells that circulate in the peripheral blood and physiologically intervene in the regenerative and reparative phenomena of tissues.
The mononuclear cells circulating in the peripheral blood normally intervene in the regenerative and reparative phenomena of tissues (monocytes and lymphocytes). Although they come from peripheral blood such as PRP, their regenerative capacity is much more important since they are mesenchymal stem cells. These cells are able to differentiate as needed into specific cells by transforming into new tissue to replace tissue damaged by ageing and/or traumatic events.
The therapy with peripheral blood mononuclear cells (TNCs) is one of the most recent innovations in the field of regenerative medicine.
Macrocell: The technology that separates mononuclear cells from the rest of the blood is recent and uses a selective Peripheral Whole Blood filtration system that retains these cells according to their electrical charge (membrane potential). The characteristic that makes the system unique is its ability to eliminate contamination of all highly inflammatory cells while maintaining only those with a high regenerative capacity.
Duration of the procedure and rehabilitation
The procedure is very fast and lasts about 20 minutes, the rehabilitation depends on whether the method takes place within a surgical intervention or simply by infiltration in the outpatient clinic. In the first case it depends on the type of surgery performed, in the case of outpatient infiltration no special attention is needed except the use of ice on the infiltrated joint.
How does the procedure work?
The patient is given a blood sample with a volume varying between 60cc and 120cc. The blood taken is placed inside the procedural kit; the blood passes through the filter that holds the cells inside and they are ready to be recovered and used.
At Lucia Magnani Health Clinic in Castrocaro Terme Italy, Doctor Carmen Salvatore, executes Macrocell Treatments. Fill in the form to ask for information about costs, treatments and timing! →