Recent news stories are pointing to massive growth in the stem cell banking industry. In fact, data shows that the global stem cell banking industry could surpass $9 billion by 2022. There are a whole host of reasons for this growth. At the Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine, we’re going to discuss the entire stem cell banking industry and why it’s starting to show such growth.
Why Stem Cell Banking Industry is Seeing Massive Growth?
At the Michigan Center for Regenerative Medicine, we’re incredibly excited that the entire stem cell banking industry is finally getting the press that we think it’s deserved for quite some time. Much of this media coverage is due to a select number of tech elite that have elected to bank their stem cells for future health advancements. While this is great news, we thought we would offer a number of reasons why we think stem cell banking is such a good idea for anyone, not just tech executives in Silicon Valley!
- Stem cells can be used to treat a variety of health conditions – Stem cells are known as the strongest healing cells in our entire body, so why not harvest these cells and store them to be used later in life when we may be struggling with any number of health conditions?
- Stem cells can become less effective the longer that we wait to have them harvested – Regardless of your age, today’s stem cells are more powerful than tomorrows. For this reason it’s important to start the harvesting process to ensure you have the strongest possible stem cells for future use.
- Attack health problems naturally – Rather than putting a band aid over a painful injury with medication, that may or may not be highly addictive, stem cell banking can allow you to inject harvested stem cells into targeted tissue where you’re experiencing pain. This procedure takes just a few hours, and if done properly, is almost pain free.
- Can be used to treat a variety of different conditions – Just a few of the conditions we’ve treated using harvested stem cells include whiplash, arthritis, rotator cuff injuries, labral tears, tendonitis, spinal disc herniations, and other health problems.
Interested in Learning More About Stem Cell Banking?
We hope that you’ve seen some of the many benefits of stem cell banking. To learn more about the stem cell banking process, don’t hesitate to reach out to Dr. Nabity and his team today at (248) 216-1008. Dr. Nabity has extensive experience using either x-ray or ultrasound guidance to ensure precision for the location for stem cell delivery. Feel free to give our office a call today to get the process started towards harvesting and storing your stem cells.