Regenerative Medicine in Hurst, TX
Regenerative medicine is a recently developed and continually researched medical method that treats an increasing number of chronic diseases, injuries, joint and cartilage degeneration, and sexual wellness disorders.
Dr. Jessica Stangenwald, D.C., FNP, and RN and Jerrel Biggers, DO at New You Medical and Infusion Clinic are proud to offer patients with regenerative therapy. Keep reading to learn more about this form of medical care, as well as the amazing services we offer in the field.
What is Regenerative Therapy?
Regenerative medicine is defined as the "process of replacing, engineering or regenerating human cells, tissues or organs to restore or establish normal function." Instead of masking diseases and symptoms with pharmaceutical drugs, regenerative therapy aims to treat the root cause of a patient's ailments.
With regenerative therapy, a donor can donate the appropriate cells in order for the recipient to copy or regenerate the cells that were donated to them. The medicine would treat the underlying cause and the patient could stop being treated for their ailment - as the body can heal itself on its own.
Regenerative therapy has been used in many cases, and the cells can be taken from donors (for blood or bone marrow transfusions) or the patient's own body (for the healing of cuts and burns). Regenerative medicine has helped relieve the symptoms of or heal certain cancers, wounds, and dysfunctions in the body.
The New You Offers FIVE Regenerative Therapy Services
Stem Cell Therapy
Stem cell therapy aids in the growth of new cells to repair damaged tissue or cells in the body. Stem cell therapy promotes healing for different types of diseases and chronic conditions within patients.
Activated PRP Therapy
Activated Platelet-Rich Plasma therapy is a method to repair damaged tissue by injecting the plasma directly into an injury (like in tendons and joints) and is also used to treat chronic and acute conditions.
Priapus Shot (P-Shot)
P-Shot is a method to help men who suffer from erectile dysfunction. Platelet-rich plasma from the patient's own body is injected into the penis to promote increased blood flow and sexual wellness.
Orgasm Shot (O-Shot)
Similar to the P-Shot, platelet-rich plasma is injected into a woman's vulva to promote blood flow and help improve the ability to experience orgasms and help with urinary functions.
Trigger Point Injections
When built-up knots of muscle in the body do not relax and cause discomfort, Trigger Point Injections help to soothe irritable muscle pain.