The human body has the natural ability to heal itself in many ways. A cut to the skin repairs itself, broken bones mend and a living-donor's liver regenerates in a few weeks. Imagine if scientists could amplify our natural healing process in the places it is needed most.
Regenerative medicine is focused on developing and applying new treatments to heal tissues and restore function lost due to aging, disease, damage or defects. The human body has the natural ability to heal itself in many ways.
Regenerative medicine goes beyond disease management to search for and discover therapies that support the body in repairing, regenerating and restoring itself to a state of well-being.
Regenerative medicine can be used to alleviate pain and improve function by stimulating the body to repair and replace damaged tissue in any joint or soft tissue structures – such as knees, shoulders, hips, wrists, ankles, elbows, tendons, ligaments and non-healing bone fractures.