for Urinary Incontinence
Therapy for Urinary Incontinence in Female
Urinary incontinence occurs due to the loss of bladder control resulting in the leaking of urine. Urinary incontinence is not a normal part of aging, and fortunately it can be treated. Today the regenerative medicine offers you a new approach: We are devoted to the science of stem cell therapy — using your own stem cells, Exosomes and PRP therapy to treat urinary incontinence.
PRP or Platelet Rich Plasma is a mix of concentrated platelets and serum. These very tiny blood components are rich in growth factors and help to form a blood clot during an injury. During the procedure for getting the PRP, Blood will be drawn from the arm, much like a normal blood draw with the use of a centrifuge and patented extraction method, Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is then isolated so the regrowth and stimulating cells and nutrients are gathered in a concentrated form. Using a very thin needle, these growth and healing factors are then injected into very specific areas of the Bladder. This sounds a bit terrifying at first but there really is nothing to it. Because this area will be completely numb.
Stem Cell Therapy
Stem Cell Therapy is also very effective in repairing urinary bladder muscle damage and. It is minimal invasive yet very safe method. Stem cells potentially ceasing or reversing a worsening condition. Stem cells are cells that have the incredible ability to develop into different cell types in the body. When a stem cell divides, it will either stay a stem cell or become another type of cell that has a specialized function in this case causing thickening and rejuvenating muscles and sphincter of bladder. Stem cells can be isolated from patients own bone marrow or belly fat. These products can also be acquired from Umbilical cord blood. Due to their response these therapies are becoming mainstream modalities. Using a very thin needle, these growth and healing factors are then injected into very specific areas of the Bladder as mentioned. This procedure is completely pain-free.
Exosomes are also used for incontinence therapy with the PRP. Exosomes are small 100 nm lipid vesicles membrane secreted by most cell types. These internal vesicles form by the inward binding of cellular compartments known as multivesicular endosomes (mVE). When they fuse with the plasma membrane, these internal vesicles are released as endosomes, which can travel to distant tissues to influence various aspects of cell behavior and physiology. They contain growth factors and growth factor messenger RNA required for cell growth and regenerative medicine outcomes. Due to their response, these therapies are becoming mainstream modalities. Using a very thin needle, these growth and healing factors are then injected into very specific areas of the Bladder as mentioned. This procedure is completely pain-free.
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