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What is Mesenchymal Stem Cell Therapy?

Non-surgical umbilical Mesenchymal Stem Cell's are the future of medicine. When it comes to pain related to ligament tears, ACL/UCL tears, sports injuries, chronic back pain, leg pain, osteoarthritis or joint problems, surgery is not your only option. Regenerative Medicine offers a safe, natural alternative.
Mesenchymal Stem Cells, also known as Medicinal Signaling Cells or MCS's, are unique human cells that have the ability to regenerate into and become new or specialized cells with a specific function such as brain cells, muscle cells, blood cells or bone cells. In Regenerative Medicine, MSC's may be used to renew, reprogram and repair damaged or diseased cells.
When Mesenchymal Stem Cells regenerate they
  • Provide an anti-inflammatory effect
  • Target damaged cells
  • Recruit other cells to promote tissue growth
  • Inhibit cell death (apoptosis)
  • Divide into different types of tissue
In some situations, patients may benefit from the use of platelet-rich plasma (PRP). The PRP helps enrich the supply of blood cells to the damaged parts of the body, increasing tissue regeneration.

The Treatment

Mesenchymal Stem Cells are injected into the affected part of body where is the injury is or pain occurs. The MSC's then regenerate into more cells to repair the injured or diseased tissues, encouraging the body to begin repairing itself.


There is no down time and will vary per patient and treatment.

Who Qualifies?

Regenerative Medicine may help:

  • Arthritis pain

  • Degenerative joint disease

  • Repair bone fractures

  • Mobility and joint function

  • Joint mobility following trauma

  • Osteoarthritis

  • Meniscus Tears

  • ACL Tears

  • Rotator Cuff Tears

  • Labrum Tears

  • Disc Degeneration

  • UCL tears

  • Neck & Back Pain


These are just a few examples of the medical problems Regenerative Medicine may help treat. Book a consultation with our staff to learn more about Regenerative Medicine at Revive Therapy & Wellness in Vero Beach to find out if the treatment is right for you.

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