Transforming old human cells into a youthful and vigorous state is what Regenerative Medicine is all about. Regenerative Therapy is a same-day nonsurgical procedure that involves working on cells and tissues either by replacing, engineering or growing them to establish normalcy. Contrary to surgeries, Regenerative Medicine gets to the root cause of the problem where stem cells communicate with the injured cells to initiate the healing process.
Stimulating the body’s mechanism to repair or heal tissues, regenerative therapy coaxes old human cells to express a panel of proteins involved in embryonic development. As cartilages, tendons, and nerves have limited healing capacity when compared to other parts of the body, regenerative therapies especially target these areas to treat common injuries, orthopedic problems or degenerative joint conditions.
Benefits of Regenerative Medicine
Regenerative medicines nullify the problem of reactions or infections. As it is a non-surgical procedure, it eliminates the pain and complications that occur otherwise. Enhancing healing and recovery, regenerative therapy is quick, long-lasting and mostly preferred by sportspersons. Biologic Products like PRP (platelet-rich plasma) and BMC (bone marrow concentrate) are actively developed for orthopedic procedures, enhancing usage potential and refinement.
PRP(Platelet Rich Plasma)
Focussed on patient’s platelets and blood cells, PRP releases concentrated proteins following implantation. The released proteins coordinate injured cells and stimulate healing.
BMC (Bone Marrow Concentrate)
Similar to PRP, BMC consists of several stem cells that have the potential to replace themselves as the original cells or can be used to release proteins and communicate with the injured cells to promote healing and repair.
Being an Ivy-trained physician and the founding CEO of Greyledge Technologies, Dr. Karli’s medical practice integrates injection-based Regenerative Medicine and Cell Therapy techniques into a traditional non-operative orthopedic and sports medicine approach. Dr. David Karli develops biologic products in the regenerative medicine space. Earlier, degenerative joint problems were treated by blocking or inhibiting the body’s response to injury. Modernizing the traditional approach, Dr. Karli, at Greyledge Technologies prepares biologic products from a patient’s tissue and puts it back into the same patient. The human blood or bone marrow is processed as implantable materials.
During the biologic processing, he further collaborates with other medical faculty to develop and apply these products onto the injured tissues and stimulate healing. Dr. Karli’s passion for regenerative medicine and the evolution of non-surgical procedures for various health problems helped him to develop Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) and BMC(Bone Marrow Concentrate). The two stem cell injection therapy procedures cure acute and chronic musculoskeletal injuries.