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America’s Elite are Banking Stem Cells for Future Advances in Healthcare – Should You?

A number of news outlets have recently reported that America’s tech elite are starting to take stem cell banking seriously. They’re starting to see the massive benefits of the procedure as a way to take advantage of future advancements in healthcare. At the Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine, we’ve long been encouraging stem cell banking for these same reasons, but it’s great to see Hollywood finally taking note of this incredibly beneficial procedure.

What can a Bank of Your Stem Cells be used for? 

Stems cells are incredibly unique because they can develop into a wide array of different cell types, including everything from cells that make up muscle tissue to cells that form the actual neurons in our brains. While stem cells are most often used in bone marrow transplants for leukemia patients, doctors are starting to see how these same stem cells can be used in a wide array of other medical applications.

At the Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine, we’ve successfully used stem cells to assist our patients dealing with:

  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Tendonitis
  • Labral shoulder or hip tears
  • Rotator cuff injuries
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Spinal disk herniations
  • Neck pain due to whiplash
  • Certain joint syndromes
  • Non-union fractures

Alternative to Addictive Pain Medications & Surgery

If your current doctor is encouraging you to rely on addictive opiates to deal with pain, it may be worth looking into other options. While there are no doubt applications for these addictive pain medications, they can be incredibly addictive, and simply mask the pain as opposed to mitigating the root cause. In addition, before signing up for invasive surgery, why not give the team at the Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine a call to discuss your options?

Stem Cell Banking Market Poised for Massive Growth – Are You In? 

A recent report indicated that the world stem cell market could grow from $6.3 billion in 2018 to over $9 billion in 2023. If you’re interested in learning more about the stem cell banking process as well as the many benefits that you can experience with this procedure, don’t hesitate to reach out to Dr. Nabity and his team at the Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine. While we’re based in the Rochester Hills, MI area, we regularly have patients fly in from all over the world for one of our procedures. Don’t hesitate to give our team a call if you have any questions, or if you’re ready to start the process of banking your stem cells.

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