Personalized regenerative procedures – at consultations at Ladies Excellence Clinic , Bucharest.
1.Bone marrow aspirate concentrate (BMAC) injections
BMAC is concentrated bone marrow. Bone marrow tissue is found inside the bones and contains stem cells and many other cells that help the healing process. In this procedure, a physician takes bone marrow from the iliac crest isolated on the back of the patient’s pelvic bone. Local anesthetic is injected into the area and a specialized needle is inserted into the bone to extract the liquid bone marrow. The marrow is then centrifuged and injected into the target area.
2.Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections
PRP is made from the patient’s own blood and is rich in growth factors and platelets that work to heal the body. It is used to treat musculoskeletal conditions such as arthritis, tendon or ligament conditions and used for cosmetic purposes. Blood is collected and centrifuged to concentrate the platelets and remove white and red blood cells. The PRP is then injected into the target area.
3.Stromal vascular fraction isolation
Stromal vascular fraction is made from fat (adipose) tissue that is collected via liposuction. Once collected, the adipose can be treated mechanically or chemically to free the cells from the tissue for research use.
4.Adipose tissue microfragmentation
Microfragmented adipose tissue is made from adipose tissue that is collected via lipoaspiration. Once collected, the adipose tissue is microfractured and filtered, resulting in a final product that contains stem cells.
5.Amniotic Fluid GF’s & Regenerative Cells
The amniotic fluid is an under‐utilized source of stem cells, with therapeutic potential in the field of regenerative medicine. … Emerging evidence from experimental models of disease has generated great interest in potential clinical applications of amniotic fluid stem cells for human tissue repair and regeneration.
6.Mesenchymal Stem Cells
Adipose / Bone Marrow / Cord Tissue/ Dental Pulp derived cultured Products Showing Promising Therapeutic source for various autoimmune conditions and scarring tissues.
7.Haematopoetic Stemcell Transplant
The stem cells that form blood and immune cells are known as hematopoietic stem cells (HSCs). They are ultimately responsible for the constant renewal of blood—the production of billions of new blood cells each day. Physicians and basic researchers have known and capitalized on this fact for more than 50 years in treating many diseases.
Dr. Diana Mihai