How Amniotic Derived Stem Cells Works In Regenerative Medicine?

  November 4th 2019    
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Amniotic fluid is the protective liquid surrounding an unborn baby and it is also a source of valuable biological material including stem cells with the potential for use in cell therapy and regenerative medicine. The mixtures of stem cells that can be obtained from the amniotic fluid as well as the amniotic membrane are termed as amniotic derived stem cells. Like other stem cells which are obtained from bone marrow, amniotic derived stem cells can also develop into various tissue types including skin, cartilage, cardiac tissue, nerves, muscle, and bone. These cells also have potential medical applications, especially in organ regeneration.

Advantages of AFS over other stem cells

Human amniotic derived stem cells (AFS) possess several advantages over embryonic and adult stem cells, as it is evidenced that they can express both types of stem cell markers and have the ability to differentiate into cells of all the three germ layers. Amniotic fluid represents a rich source of mesenchymal stem cells which are potentially suitable for use in cardiovascular regenerative medicine. Mesenchymal stem cells possess the higher differentiation and proliferation plasticity of adult mesenchymal stem cells and are able to differentiate towards mesodermal lineages.
Amniotic fluid also contains anti-inflammatory and anti-adhesion properties, which work wonders to heal joint, muscular, or skeletal injuries. Amniotic stem cells have the ability to prevent scar tissue forming and restrict further damaging affected areas.

Applications of AFS

Amniotic derived stem cells aims to provide therapeutic treatment for disease or injury. Conditions which have been successfully treating with these types of stem cells cover the list;
• Rotator Cuff Injuries
• Wound healing
• Hip pain
• Neck pain
• Low back pain
• Sacroiliac pain
• Joint pain in the shoulder, fingers, knee, wrist, ankles or toes
• Tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow
• Achilles tears
• Epicondylitis
• Tendon or ligament tears
• Osteoarthritis
• Intra-articular or soft tissue injuries including meniscus and cartilage

Benefits of AFS treatment

Amniotic derived stem cell treatment is a very safe and effective method.
• There is no risk of rejection in the patient.
• They also contain hyaluronic acid, which acts as a lubricant and promotes cartilage growth.
Amniotic derived stem cells contain the growth factors which will help to stimulate tissue growth, stem cell activity and naturally reduce inflammation.

The Chicago Stem Cell Therapy Center is offering patients a diversity of treatments and services for facilitate fighting the symptoms of aging, increasing the longevity, and optimize quality of life through revolutionary regenerative medicine, and other advanced treatments.
For further details call us on 815-412-6174

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