Stem Cell Effect on degenerative arthritis Disease
Arthritis is a generic term for diseases in which joint inflammation occurs due to bacterial infiltration or trauma to the joint.
Is it possible to treat arthritis with a simple injection without surgery? Stem cell therapies have been developed to meet the needs of patients with severe arthritis.
After culturing stem cells extracted from the patient's own adipose tissue to increase the number of cells, and then selecting the optimal cells and injecting them into the arthritis site, cartilage tissue is regenerated, and is effective in treating arthritis.