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The reason for this is because a majority of the time, injuries and arthritis persist because the body’s natural immune system is too weak to counter the threat that they pose. However, the content of the amniotic, bone marrow and adipose stem cells contain regenerative abilities, which makes it easier for the body to jump start the regeneration process where resources had been depleted initially.
While it has taken decades for stem cell therapy to become mainstream, it is now widely available and it is in a person’s best interest to learn everything possible.
When stem cells are maintained in an appropriate enabling environment, they are able to develop into any of the types of cells that the body needs, such as liver, tendon, ligament, blood vessel, muscle and brain cells too. It comes down to a “signal”, and that’s what the injury provides to the stem cells which start as a blank slate.
Human amniotic fluid stem cells have been transplanted into the brain of special laboratory mice, and when this happened, they eventually evolved and transformed into fully functional brain cells. Some of the cells also transformed and turned into bones in the mice.
This is because when the cells are placed into the body areas where cell and tissue degeneration has taken place, they replace the necessary tissues and cells where they are needed. This explains why regenerative treatments have also come highly recommended for patient that have arthritis.
Apart from arthritis repair, there are a lot of soft tissue indications as well. This may include tendon tears, ligament sprains, tendonits, and ligament tears. This either occurs during auto accidents, sports injuries, overuse injuries and the like.