Frequently Asked Questions at CHC Regenerative Medicine in Altamonte Springs, FL
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How are stem cells collected?
The Regenerative Cell Products are umbilical-derived and are donated from mothers who have had a healthy cesarean section delivery, so there is no harm or pain to the mother or her new baby. In fact, until very recently, the umbilical material was typically discarded and thrown away after the baby’s delivery.
Is Regenerative Cell Therapy safe?
Regenerative cell treatments have been used by ophthalmologists & plastic surgeons for over 20 years now. All donors go through a rigorous screening process. Our practice was built on a commitment to the highest standards of patient safety and quality of service!
Is more than one treatment needed?
Not every person is the same. Obviously that possibility exists and that’s why we take our patients through our advanced assessment so we can carefully determine if you are one of those special cases. It is important to understand that once a joint is repaired, there would be no need for further treatment unless a new injury occurred or over time, that joint degenerated again.
What determines the outcome of my Regenerative Cell Therapy?
Various factors will determine the outcome of your Regenerative Cell Therapy treatment, such as the extent of damage, disease and the location being treated. Most people respond well to this therapy option and experience relief from pain in just a short period of time.
Is there anything else I can do to increase the effectiveness of my therapy?
Yes! Our Regenerative Therapy Programs are comprehensive and include a detailed follow up program customized to your specific situation.
How much downtime should I expect after Regenerative Cell Therapy?
While each patient and situation is unique, there’s virtually no downtime at all.
Can the procedure fail?
Like any other procedure there is no 100% guarantee. In certain cases, it is possible that you may need additional treatments or your stem cells do not have enough repair potential relative to the severity of your condition.
If the Regenerative Cell Therapy does not work can I still have surgery?
Yes. There is nothing about these procedures that would prevent you from having traditional surgery. We evaluate each case carefully, however, so if it’s possible to tell that the best course of action is truly conventional surgery we will advise you on that.
Comprehensive Healthcare, LLC is not offering stem cells or Regenerative Medicine as a cure for any condition, disease, or injury. No statements or implied treatments on this website have been evaluated or approved by the FDA. This website contains no medical advice. All statements and opinions provided by this website are provided for educational and informational purposes only and we do not diagnose or treat via this website, via email, or via telephone.