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Stem Cell Research

In a pioneering field of medicine, research and data make all the difference for safety and results.

Stem cell therapy, while highly proven, is also a leading-edge treatment in the field of medicine and more is being learned about it every day. We want you to know that Premier Regenerative Stem Cell and Wellness Centers has an immense amount of extensive research and data regarding all realms of regenerative medicine. We have developed and compiled data for years, using it to improve our treatments, track the successes of our patients, and provide new answers for solving pain, injury, and illness. Our team of fellowship-trained doctors have treated thousands of patients with various stem cell procedures, and we continue to collect and track data each day to further progress and maximize results.

Some quick facts about research in this field:

A 2012 review of evidence, “Application of Stem Cells in Orthopedics,” offers a glimpse of clinical data and safety on adult mesenchymal stem cell (MSC) therapy to repair bone, cartilage, and tendons. The review highlights the results of 20 studies, which were conducted between 1978 and 2009, and totaled more than 900 procedures. Healing benefits were found in the majority of patients, with the most successful cases linked to patients who had a higher number of progenitor cells. Those who did not benefit typically had severe conditions or a lower number of progenitor cells.

Not one study reported serious complications. In fact, nearly all of the studies conclude that MSC therapy is safe, reliable, easy, low risk, and/or preferable to other procedures, including surgery. To read more stem cell research, follow the link below.

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