Regenerative Medicine

True Potential MD

Regenerative Medicine located in University Place, WA

Regenerative medicine is a revolutionary treatment that uses stem cells to regenerate new tissues and enhance your body’s natural healing ability. At True Potential MD in University Place, Washington, Barbara Mack, MD, Brandi Faudree PA-C, and their experienced team use regenerative medicine to treat a wide array of health conditions including brain issues, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), knee and shoulder pain, and much more. Schedule an appointment with True Potential MD by phone or request one online to learn more about regenerative medicine.

Regenerative Medicine Q & A

What is regenerative medicine?

Regenerative medicine uses stem cells to replace other cells and tissues damaged by trauma, injuries, or diseases naturally without surgery or medicines. It’s a revolutionary treatment True Potential MD specialists administer as injections to restore your overall health and body functions.

How does stem cell therapy work?

Stem therapy uses stem cells to promote tissue regeneration and healing. Stem cells are specialized cells found in bone marrow, blood, umbilical cord tissue, and other body tissues that enhance telomere function in chromosomes during cell division. Stem cells can regenerate into other types of cells, including brain, heart, muscle, bone, and blood cells.

What are the benefits of regenerative medicine?

Choosing regenerative medicine at True Potential MD helps you achieve the following health benefits:

  • Improvements in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
  • Better brain health
  • Enhanced wound and injury healing
  • Reductions in knee, back, shoulder, and other joint pain
  • Less inflammation and chronic pain
  • Restored tissues in damaged organs
  • Anti-aging

The potential medical benefits of stem cells are endless, as research is ongoing in this realm. There are no side effects associated with stem cell treatment as it’s all-natural and doesn’t require medication, surgery, or extensive downtime.

What should I expect with regenerative medicine?

Prior to stem cell treatment, your True Potential MD specialist reviews your medical history and symptoms. They complete a physical exam and use blood tests, imaging tests, or other diagnostic tests to determine the type of injury or disease you have and its severity. They let you know if you’re a good candidate for regenerative medicine.

During the procedure, they numb the treatment area and inject stem cells into diseased or damaged tissues. Your doctor might infuse stem cells into your bloodstream intravenously to restore overall body and brain health.

What happens after treatment?

After stem cell treatment, you might experience redness or swelling at the injection site, but this is temporary. You will notice improvements in the way your body feels and functions over time, as stem cells regenerate into new cells and tissues. Your True Potential MD provider might recommend a series of treatments to help you achieve optimal results.

Don’t live with an injury or chronic pain, or undergo invasive surgery when you don’t have to. Schedule an appointment with True Potential MD over the phone or request one online to find out if regenerative medicine is right for you.