At The Michigan Center for Regenerative, we’re constantly looking for ways to further legitimize the amazing benefits of regenerative medicine. Recently the Interventional Orthopedics Foundation has launched a patient registry called DataBiologics that offers incredible potential for the entire regenerative medicine industry.
What is the Purpose of this Patient Registry?
The goal of the DataBiologics patient registry from the Interventional Orthopedics Foundation is to look at all of the outcomes from legitimate regenerative medicine clinics around the country and collect data surrounding how treatments are performed, how patients are selected as well as concrete data on patient outcomes. All of this data will then be compiled into one registry which will allow patients as well as providers to glean knowledge regarding the best treatment protocols as well as detailed data surrounding patient outcomes.
At The Center for Regenerative Medicine we welcome this nationwide registry for stem cell treatments. We think that it legitimizes what we’re doing at our regenerative medicine clinic and it has always been our belief that only good things can come from being more transparent and providing patients and providers with more data related to the outcomes of stem cell treatments.
Avoid the Hype Thanks to Concrete Data Surrounding Regenerative Medicine Procedures
Regenerative medicine has been in the news quite a bit as of late and we feel strongly that this nationwide registry will help to provide additional legitimacy to the clinics around the country who are performing bone marrow derived stem cell treatments in the right way.
As a regenerative medicine clinic, we’re always looking for ways to improve our treatment techniques and having access to the data that’s collected from a variety of clinics across the country could be incredibly beneficial for our entire industry. Too often medical professionals in emerging fields avoid concrete data, but at MCFRM we welcome the additional research and data that will help us to become better practitioners and in turn will allow us to deliver an even more beneficial patient experience to anyone who walks into our regenerative medicine clinic.
We’ll Keep You Posted as More Information is Released Related to This Nationwide Registry
We’ll be sure to keep you informed as the Interventional Orthopedics Foundation releases new information related to this new patient registry. We started gathering data from our patients in January, and plan to have our patients participate in the registry moving forward. This will allow our current and future patients to be actively involved in advancing the field of regenerative orthopedics. Should you have any questions about this new patient registry, or regenerative medicine in general, don’t hesitate to reach out to us today by phone at (248) 216-1008.