What are Stem Cells?

Stem Cells are special in that they can differentiate into many types of tissue including bone, fat, liver, and so on. They occur naturally in the body and are drawn to areas that are damaged. They then quickly act to repair the damaged tissue.

Studies have shown that these Stem Cells help maintain a stable state of the tissue and the whole organism. As well as repair damaged cartilage and bone tissue, decrease inflammation and pain. Also, heal damaged cells, prevent further cell deterioration, and promote active tissue regeneration.

The new tissue is more like the original tissue than the scar tissue that would typically grow in an untreated inflamed area.