Prolotherapy and Stem Cell Therapy | Dextrose stimulates stem cell growth

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Update 11/29/17 One of the goals of stem cell therapy treatment is to repair and regrow articular cartilage. Of obvious interest to doctors and researchers is how to make stem cells more viable and more effective once in the diseased joint environment. The answer maybe glucose and dextrose, dextrose is the main ingredient in traditional Prolotherapy. […]

How stem cells work in damaged knees – Extracellular matrix

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Doctors at the University of Missouri are examining how tissue-derived extracellular matrix (ECM) can help biologically repair a damaged knee. Extracellular matrix is a secretion by cells that helps rebuild cartilage. This is how it works: Chondrocytes are cells that are the building blocks of cartilage. Imagine a brick wall that has a hole in it. […]

Stem Cells have a Protective Role Osteoarthritic joint relief

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Doctors need to understand the variable factors of successful and non-successful Stem Cell Therapy Researchers in India publishing in the Journal of Clinical Orthopaedics and Trauma say that the versatility of mesenchymal stem cells (MSC) as a treatment for osteoarthritis, while through many studies has been shown to significantly alleviate the pain experienced by osteoarthritic patients, its effectiveness has varying […]