Regenerative medicine is a cellular-level therapy that aims to improve the function of damaged or diseased tissue or organs by introducing cells to replace damaged cells. Today, regenerative medicine is being recognized for its therapeutic potential for a wide variety of medical conditions across a range of specialties, including orthopedics, rheumatology, cardiology, neurology, immunology, and more.
Because of their ability to differentiate into cells that carry out the roles needed in a variety of organs, cell allografts are an essential regenerative tool. When these allografts are introduced into a damaged tissue or organ, they have the ability to evolve and carry out necessary functions, compensating for the damaged cells. As a minimally invasive process, regenerative therapy harnesses the natural capabilities of regenerative allografts and the body’s own ability to heal, providing an opportunity to avoid invasive procedures.