FAQ's

Our products are derived only from healthy, pre-screened live C-section births.
To ensure patient safety, the donor selection, umbilical cord recovery and processing procedures meet or exceed all applicable industry standards. All products undergo independent sterility testing and are manufactured in a GTP facility. The umbilical cord represents the link between mother and fetus. The umbilical cord product consists of isolated Wharton’s Jelly tissue and does NOT contain HLA antigens that are normally associated with an immune response.
The short answer in “no”, but there may be some alternative products that The Regenerative Revival Clinic can offer you based on what your insurance does cover.
No, the procedure usually takes under an hour and most patients walk out with just a Band-Aid and can continue normal activity the same day.
One of our highly trained nurse practitioners will do the injection with the use of a state of the art ultrasound to guild the treatment to the specific location(s) for the best results and your safety.
We have no restriction on age to receive treatment. We have seen patients in their 90’s get great relief from treatment.
Most orthopedic conditions:

-Meniscus Tears
-Ligaments
-Cartilage
-Tendinopathy/Tendinitis -Rotator Cuff -Knees -Hips -Shoulders -Elbows -Wrist -Foot Neurological Conditions: -Peripheral Neuropathy -Radiculopathy (sciatica) -Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Osteoarthritis: -Degenerative Joint Disease -Degenerative Disc Disease -Arthritis in ALL Joints -Osteoporosis -Fracture

REGENERATIVE MEDICINE & STEM CELL TREATMENT

Am I a good candidate for stem cell treatment?

What Are Stem Cells?

Stem cells are our body’s natural internal repair system. In short, stem cells seek out damage in the body and work to regenerate damaged tissue.

Where do the cells come from?

These human umbilical cord stem cells are collected from hospitals across the US. The mother signs a consent form. donating umbilical cord blood to the hospital after the live birth of a healthy baby. Only cord blood cells from healthy mothers and babies are accepted.

What is the average cost?

The cost of the treatment can range widely depending on the individual and their specific goals and needs. While stem cell treatment is currently not covered by health insurance, the average costs are actually much more affordable than people imagine.

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