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FAQs

Common Regenerative Medicine Questions Answered

There are a lot of myths and misunderstandings surrounding regenerative medicine.. Regenerative healthcare is completely safe and pain-free! Read the frequently asked questions below to learn more about the realities of regenerative medicine.. Visit our Success Stories page to learn more about how this treatment changes lives. Do you still have a question that needs to be answered? Don’t be afraid to contact us!

Is regenerative medicine safe?

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Most dangers tied to regenerative medicine are centered around types like bone marrow cells or adipose cells. As our clinic uses umbilical cells, dangerous side effects are thankfully not a concern. 

Is Regenerative Medicine FDA approved?

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Regenerative medicine is currently regulated by the FDA and stored within banks. These banks maintain optimal conditions to ensure the cells are high-quality and safe for use in regenerative medicine.

Does Regenerative Medicine Cells need to match my DNA?

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No! Because these cells are unspecialized cells that have yet to develop, they do not need to match your DNA. They will specialize into whatever it is your body needs! Unlike other types of treatment which do require a DNA match, umbilical cord regenerative medicine does not. 

Will Regenerative Medicine work for me?

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Regenerative medicine works for people with a variety of painful conditions or injuries. It’s best to do regenerative medicine while you still have healthy tissue in the affected area. Those whose conditions are too degenerative might not be candidates for regenerative medicine. The best way to know for sure if regenerative medicine is a good fit for you is to visit our office for a consultation! We will review your medical history to determine if this is the right treatment for you. 

How Does Regenerative Medicine work?

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Regenerative medicine works by regenerating healthy tissue and specialized cells in affected areas. These types of cells are attracted to inflammation, so they’ll find the areas of your body that need repairing. Regenerative medicine heals your body by multiplying cells until the area recovers naturally. Regenerative medicine is the natural building blocks of the body! See how they can help you! 

What types of cells are there and which do you use?

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You’ve probably heard of different types of cells. At Lone Star Progressive Medicine, we use umbilical cord cells. These are shown to be the most powerful at regenerating the human body naturally. Other types include bone marrow cells and amniotic tissue therapy, but the results of these treatments are less conclusive.

How much does Regenerative Medicine cost?

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At this time, most insurance plans do not cover the cost of regenerative medicine treatment. However, many Health Savings Accounts and Flexible Spending Accounts will cover regenerative medicine. That being said, the full cost of treatment is generally lower than most insurance copays or the cost of more expensive treatments. Remember, regenerative medicine is a permanent solution that won’t require years of medication or continued surgery.

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Are you considering regenerative medicine?

You don’t have to live your life with chronic pain. Lone Star Progressive Medicine has helped countless patients reclaim their freedom to live a pain-free life, and we can help you too! It’s normal to have questions about regenerative medicine, and we want to make sure you’re as comfortable as possible before committing to a new treatment. Regenerative medicine is risk-free and has no adverse side effects, but it isn’t right for every patient. To explore if regenerative medicine is right for you, contact us below.

ADDRESS

1320 NW John Jones Dr.
Burleson, TX

PHONE

817-297-7100

Hours:

Monday: 8am – 12pm & 2pm – 5pm
Tuesday: 8am – 12pm & 2pm – 5pm
Wednesday: 8am – 12pm & 2pm – 5pm
Thursday: 8am – 12pm & 2pm – 5pm
Friday: Closed
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed