Regenerative medicine is the practice of repairing, regenerating, or replacing of tissue. Research shows that a regenerative approach stimulates the body's own repair mechanisms to functionally heal previously damaged tissues and even organs. As opposed to just treating the symptoms, a regenerative approach effectively addresses the root of the problem and promotes long-term healing.
“The Institute for Tissue Regeneration & Repair conference is a must go to meeting for anyone looking to provide their patients with the most current and up to date technology in the regenerative space.”
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The broad and growing field of regenerative medicine encompasses a number of evidence-based/evidence-guided non-surgical treatment options that address a variety of medical issues. Such technologies include:
Radial Pressure Wave (EPAT) and Focused Shockwave (ESWT) are innovative, evidence-based technology platforms utilizing unique sets of advanced acoustic pressure waves to stimulate tissue repair and regeneration. They are backed by evidence and work in tandem with a range of other regenerative solutions for exceptional outcomes.
Using electric pulses, Electromagnetic Transduction Therapy (EMTT) is an increasingly popular alternative medical treatment that is used to treat a wide range of health issues, and often combined with ESWT to improve pain.
Biologics like PRP, Stem Cell and Amnio can be used on their own or in combination with EPAT/ESWT to provide a minimally invasive, non-surgical treatment method that promotes the long-lasting healing of various medical conditions.
Laser-driven shock wave can reduce the pain associated with many musculoskeletal conditions, and forms of pain associated with soft tissue injuries, arthritis, inflammation, sports injuries and more.
Using ultrasound technology at the point of care gives medical professionals a real-time, precision guide for conducting shockwave and biologic treatment.
Don’t miss out on the upcoming Institute for Tissue Regeneration & Repair conference scheduled for this December. Medical professionals will have the opportunity to learn about Radial Pressure Wave (EPAT), Focused Shockwave (ESWT) and now Extracorporeal Magnetotransduction Therapy (EMTT) along with other regenerative modalities from leading worldwide experts. The event will include lectures, round tables, panels, and hands-on training.
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