Regenerative Medicine &
Stem Cell Therapy
Stem Cells are specialized cells that are able to receive signals from the other cells in your body. Stem cells then seek out inflammation and degeneration and go to that location to begin repairing tissue. Stem cells have been shown to help repair muscle, bone, cartilage and tendons. Research has indicated that stem cells can benefit a wide variety of health complications and may assist in individuals living stronger, healthier lives.
What are Stem Cells?
Stem cells are our body's natural internal repair system. In short, stem cells seek out damage in the body and work to regenerate damaged tissue.
Research continues to show an increasing number of potential benefits from the anti-inflammatory, immunomodulatory, and regenerative actions of stem cells.
Lots of stem cells in our younger years. Stem cells repair muscle, bone cartilage & tendons. Stem cells rapidly decline with age. Longer repair and recover times. More prone to aging and disease.
Frequently Asked Questions
How does stem cell therapy work and what do stem cells do?
Stem cells are our body’s natural internal repair system. In short, stem cells seek out damage in the body and work to regenerate damaged tissue.
Who is a good candidate for stem cell therapy?
If you are looking for a more natural solution towards regenerating the body, we recommend you consult with a Regenerative Medicine Expert to discuss your specific issues.
Are there any negative side effects or contraindications?
In a very small percentage of patients, we occasionally see a minor reaction of flu-like symptoms. This does not last more than 24-28 hours maximum. This actually demonstrates the cells’ anti inflammatory and immune privilege potential.
Where do the cells come from?
These human umbilical cord stem cells are collected from hospitals across the US. The mother signs a consent form, donating the umbilical cord blood to the hospital after the live birth of a healthy baby. Only cord blood cells from healthy mothers and babies are accepted.
What is the average cost?
The cost of therapy can range widely depending on individual and their specific goals and needs. While stem cell therapy is currently not covered by health insurance average costs are actually much more affordable than people imagine.
“After implementing stem cell therapy, the results have been the best I’ve seen in eighteen years of practice. Some responses were so fast that it seemed too good to be true. We are having positive impacts on our patients’ lives, taking away their pain and regenerating what needs to be regenerated. No money in the world can buy that kind of hope.”
William Vanderbrook, D.C.
Regen Integration endorsed clinic
Contact Dr. Vanderbrook and his team for your personalized physical rehabilitation plan