Frequently Asked Questions

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What is SYNTHESIS?

Synthesis is a treatment that uses the best of regenerative treatments, where the patients fat based regenerative cells are combines with blood regenerative PRP cells ( platelet rich plasma ) to improve the overall condition within a joint problem. Find out more about this treatment.

What are regenerative cells?

The human anatomy is created of a spread of various varieties of cells that close to perform various functions. Using a similar fashion of cohesive performance, different group of reparative cells or mesenchymal cells as they are known, are groups of cells that have the potential to become any of the specialist cells within the body like muscle, skin, bone, cartilage and blood. They have no definite function when in dormant stage , but are activated when injury sensors are activated. These are concentrated in a typical Regenerative Treatments and applied to the site that needs healing.

Adult regenerative cells used for treatments: A fully grown human has a good amount regenerative cell reserves. These cells have the unique ability to differentiate into the tissues such as nerves, tendons, muscles, cartilages and bone. These cells are less versatile than embryonic mesenchymal cells but can divide to replenish dying cells and regenerate damaged tissues.

How do mesenchymal cells work?

There are a variety of ways biological cells can perform. In the laboratory, stem cells can develop into various kinds of tissue cells, such as bone or cartilage, using very complex techniques. They are inserted on substrates and then inside the body’s injured parts to try to regenerate those areas. For the past twenty years, this technique has been carried out and scientists have found varying degrees of success in trying to treat various ailments including joint pain.

More recently, scientists have discovered that biological cells do not necessarily turn into a variety of different types of cells within the body, but they may act as marshals in guiding the process of regeneration within the injured tissues. The regenerative cells. These chemicals help to clean the injured tissue and then operate to channelize the undamaged parts from the same tissue to proceed to regenerate and replace what has already been compromised. 

Where are adult mesenchymal cells found?
A typical adult regenerative cell can be extracted from the bone marrow – consisting of a different concoction of regenerative cells and fat derived reparative cells.
What are fat derived regenerative cells?
Cells derived from adipose or fat contain greater regeneration potential, since they are retrieved along with pericytes. Also known as ‘Stromal Vascular Fraction’ cells, are biological cells derived from fat. An element of such cells is called pericytes. Those ‘pericytes’ are considered in becoming regenerative cells that can then be used to relieve specific conditions. Fat is a simple way to reach these cells since it falls entirely underneath the skin and is quick to harvest and relatively pain free. This procedure is named ‘liposuction’ conducted by plastic surgeons.
What are biological or mesenchymal stromal cells (MSCs)?

Mesenchymal cells are a subgroup of mesenchymal cells. They are only capable of making a certain type of tissues such as bone, cartilage, muscle and fat. Mesenchymal cells are a Mesenchymal Cell subset. These may only produce a specific version of tissue, such as bone , cartilage, skin, and fat.