UMBILICAL CORD MATRIX THERAPY
A Revolutionary Regenerative Treatment
Our cord tissue matrix solution works with the body’s natural ability to heal itself. Your body’s ability to heal itself is naturally affected by the aging process. Regenerative medicine works to counteract this decline and keep you feeling healthy.
We use both PolyCyte™ and CoreCyte™ as part of our umbilical cord matrix solution
PolyCyte™ is a minimally manipulated human tissue allograft derived from the Wharton’s Jelly of the umbilical cord. PolyCyte™ is processed to preserve cytokines, growth factors, proteins and structural integrity of Wharton’s jelly for homologous use.
CoreCyte™ is a minimally manipulated human tissue allograft derived from the Wharton’s Jelly of the umbilical cord. CoreCyte™ is processed to preserve the structural integrity of Wharton’s jelly for homologous use and cryogenically preserved.
What Happens During Cord Tissue Cell Therapy?
Most often cord tissue is donated or set aside as medical waste after a child is born and doctors use that tissue to isolate regenerative cells for use in Cord Tissue Cell Therapy treatments. These donations are made with the permission of the parents and under careful ethical restrictions. The process is safe for all parties involved and poses no risk of pain or damage to the mother and child. Cord tissue donations are meticulously audited for healthy, high-quality regenerative cells to be used for Cord Tissue Cell Therapy.
Is Cord Tissue Cell Therapy Safe?
Harvested cord tissue cells used for this procedure have a low possibility of malignant transformation and adverse immune response, making Cord Tissue Cell Therapy a safe option for patients. These cells are unlikely to be rejected by your immune system and careful, sterile laboratory processes eliminate the potential for contamination or infection. Cord Tissue Cell Therapy resists against any production of antibodies or T-cell responses ensuring protection against any adverse reactions to the procedure.
Will I Get Results?
On average, many patients experience full healing as soon as four to six weeks from the treatment. There is no need for time off of work for a lengthy recovery period like with invasive surgery, and many patients return to work on the same day of their procedure. Your doctor will work with you to get you back to your normal physical activity routine within a week to make sure your body has the maximum opportunity to heal correctly. As with any medical treatment, each patients’ response will vary so discussing options for your specific needs is key.