How stem cell therapy works?
What is the stem cell? Most of people keep wondering on this. Actually a stem cell is a cell with the unique ability to develop into specialized cell types in the body. In the time ahead, they may be used to replace cells and tissues that have been damaged or lost due to disease. Nowadays stem cell is useful, because it may help in therapy, that can help to replace lost or damaged cells that our bodies can’t replace naturally. Besides, stem cell therapy uses a patient’s own stem cells to help repair damaged tissues and repair injuries.
Moreover, stem cells have tremendous promise to help us understand and treat a range of diseases, injuries and other health-related conditions. Hence, with so many treatment options out there, you may be wondering what benefits choosing stem cell therapy provides because this therapy is a part of the regenerative medicine field that is rapidly growing. Here are some specific benefits of stem cell therapy:
Helps heal wounds and incisions
Stem cell treatments can help improve the growth of healthy new skin tissue, improve collagen production, stimulated the hair growth after loss or incisions, and help replace scar tissue with newly formed healthy tissue. One of the ways stem cells help facilitate wound healing is by increasing collagen concentrations in the skin, which shrinks as it matures and thereby strengthens and tightens the damaged area. This same mechanism also worn, to treating connective tissue injuries related to collagen/cartilage loss, such as those caused by osteoarthritis or overuses that affect ligaments or tendons.
Can be used to treat cardiovascular diseases
Cardiovascular diseases can deprive heart tissue of oxygen and cause scar tissue to form which changes blood flow or blood pressure. Research suggests that stem cells taken from adult bone marrow have the ability to differentiate into those needed to repair the heart and blood vessels, thanks to the secretion of multiple growth factors. Several ways in which stem cell therapy is now being used and further researched in regards to improving recovery of heart disease, including an improving formation of new capillaries.