Frequently Asked Questionsabout Regenerative Cell Therapy, Stem Cell Therapy, and Regenerative and Non-Surgical Treatments

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Do all regenerative treatments involve stem cells?

No. There are many different types of regenerative treatments that may be used depending on a patient’s medical condition. Due to the unique self-renewal ability and healing potential of stem cells, stem cell treatments are some of the most common received by patients of Renew Medical Centers.

Does insurance cover regenerative treatments?

It depends on the treatment. At this time, insurance does cover some but not all regenerative and non-surgical treatments provided by Renew Medical Centers. For treatments not covered by insurance, the costs are reasonable compared to what typical out of pocket expenses are for surgery, physical therapy, and other options such as steroid injections. We also have multiple payment options available.

Do stem cells come from any process that is harmful to babies?

Absolutely not. In terms of the source of our treatments, there is no harm to any baby. You may have heard of some processes that are harmful to babies, but those are illegal in the United States and we are completely against those methods. During our seminars, our physicians explain the various sources of stem cells and growth factors.

How many treatments will I need?

For the advanced regenerative treatments we provide, this is typically a one-time treatment for a patient’s individual area of need. Effective regenerative therapy reduces inflammation, stops the arthritic process, and regenerates cells in the problem area. For example, treatment for a left knee will typically be a one-time event.

Doctors have said I am unable to get surgery. Will I qualify for treatment?

If you are unable to get surgery due to co-morbidities (additional diseases or disorders), regenerative treatment may be a viable option for you. This treatment is minimally invasive and anesthesia is not needed.

I have already had years of injections that didn’t work. How is this different?

If you are referring to steroid injections, steroid injections are not regenerative therapy. Steroid injections are deleterious (damaging) to the tendons and ligaments of the spine. This is why they limit patients to 3 injections per year. Steroid injections can possibly reduce inflammation but do not always. Many of our patients came to us after trying steroid injections that didn't work for them. The regenerative therapy that we are referring to is not potentially damaging. It is a completely different type of treatment that involve growth factors, stem cells, and/or PRP. These treatments do have an anti-inflammatory effect and, perhaps more importantly, assists the body in repairing and regenerating damaged cells. This is a completely different type of treatment. It is not just for pain relief. It has the healing potential to regenerate the damaged area.

Other frequently asked questions that are answered during our patient consultations and classes:

How long does treatment take?

How many treatments will I need?

Are there potential side effects?

Is there any down side?

Is it FDA approved?

What can I expect and how fast will I see results?

What are the qualifications of the physicians who provide treatment?

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Is regenerative treatment right for you? Your medical condition is unique. Schedule your patient consultation with one of our doctors at Renew Medical Centers and determine if you are a candidate.

If you would like more information first, register to attend one of our free local educational classes and get your questions answered.