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R E G E N E R A T E in Dripping Springs, Texas provides regenerative medicine, aesthetics, hydrafacial, rejuvenation and vitamin/mineral therapies to improve and potentially eliminate pain, suffering and/or a general restoration to whole body wellness, including sexual wellness.
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How do your regenerative products and procedures work?
Regenerative and rejuvenation products can be used to regenerate and repair tissues throughout the body, and stimulate your own body to be more equip and proactive to promote self-healing. At REGENERATE, we believe supplementing the body with something that naturally exists can help your body with its natural healing process.
When a regenerative product, such as an amniotic membrane allograft, is injected into an injury site such as a joint or tendon, the product can go to work to restore, recreate and rebuild what it once naturally had.
Procedures, such as Secret Radio Frequency (RF) can be used to deliver radio frequency energy into varying levels of the skin including deeper layers where therapy is most beneficial. Secret RF delivers RF energy below the surface where it’s needed most to help revitalize and regenerate the tissue. Stimulation reproduces certain key components such as collagen and elastin to resurface, rebuild and restore the skins natural appearance.
Where do your products come from?
At REGENERATE, all products come from the United States and are sourced from FDA certified laboratories. Regenerative products are derived from healthy donors who undergo rigorous screening, testing, and medical record review processes.
What types of pain can respond to regenerative therapies?
- Soft tissue or intra-articular injuries, including meniscus and cartilage
- Achilles tears
- Tendon or ligament tears
- Sacroiliac pain
- Joint pain in the knee, shoulder, fingers, wrist, ankles or toes
- Knee injuries, MCL, ACL, PFC, Meniscus tears
- Tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow
- Rotator Cuff Injuries
- Hip pain, hip labral tears
- Neck pain
- Back pain
- Disc Degeneration
- Spinal Stenosis
Our medical team can tell you more about whether or not a Regenerative Therapy is right for you.
Are your products safe?
Yes. Manufacturers report that products are recovered, processed, and distributed by FDA and AATB accredited tissue banks and certified laboratories. Donors are pre-screened in a process that reviews their medical records and evaluates their pre-natal test results. Furthermore, the Medical Director confirms eligibility through:
- Behavioral risk assessment
- Review of blood test results
- Donor medical history
- Communicable disease testing
All products are recovered using an aseptic recovery technique during sterile cesarean section. Infection disease screening requirements either meet or exceed all FDA and AATB requirements. Culturing and toxicity testing is performed prior to lot release. Lastly, the product sources are “immune privileged”, which means that it rarely evokes an immune response in the human body.
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in Dripping Springs, Texas provides regenerative medicine, aesthetics, rejuvenation and vitamin/mineral therapies to improve and potentially eliminate pain, suffering and/or a general restoration to whole body wellness, including sexual wellness.
DISCLAIMER: This site does not constitute a doctor patient relationship and is not to be confused with medical advice. All injuries are unique, and the doctor must examine the patient before recommendations can be made.