People are born with many millions of these cells already in our human bodies and they have the unique ability to replicate on their own. They are also able to turn into other kinds of specialized cells; blood cells, skin cells, bone cells, cartilage cells, just about any cell in the human body.

Your body uses stem cells to continuously replace its decayed and damaged cells. Think about donating blood, a skinned knee healing, growing your hair and nails, even exfoliating. Possible only because your body is replacing its cells.

For virtually any kind of damage or injury, your body naturally has the tools

and systems available to make the needed repairs to keep you going.

As we age, our body produces fewer and fewer stem cells on its own and the new cells are not quite as “healthy and strong” as when you were younger. Because of this, when our more “mature” joints are injured or damaged, our supply of “healthy” cells is restricted and not as proficient to make the necessary repairs.

As research progresses, the fields of Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Therapy continue to evolving into the best hope for those suffering and looking for methods to improve their quality of life.