Like all injectable solutions used with Prolotherapy, we use them to aid in healing. Prolotherapy, whether traditional Hackett-Hemwall Prolotherapy (HHP), Lipoaspirate Prolotherapy, Platelet Rich Plasma Prolotherapy (PRPP), or Bone Marrow Prolotherapy (BMP), the goal is the same: to stimulate the repair of injured tissues. Stem Cell Prolotherapy not only helps the fibroblastic proliferation where the following occurs: proliferation of cells, proteosynthesis, reparation, and the remodeling of tissues, but also chondrocyte proliferation. Typically the tissues that we are trying to stimulate to repair with SCP are articular cartilage, but it can be soft tissues structures such as ligament and tendons.
The ultimate goal of Stem Cell Prolotherapy is to heal injured tissue. If the tissue is a soft tissue structure such as a ligament or tendon, the ultimate goal will be the stimulation of fibroblasts to repair the injured tissues.
Whether one gets Platelet Rich Plasma Prolotherapy, Lipoaspirate Prolotherapy, Bone Marrow Prolotherapy or Hackett-Hemwall Prolotherapy, the goal or each type of Prolotherapy is the stimulation of the injured tissues to repair and regain their strength.
Types of Prolotherapy.
More About Stem Cell Prolotherapy:
- What are stem cells?
- Why are stem cells so important?
- Do stem cells need to be harvested and then grown?
- Do you need a large number of stem cells injected into an area for Stem Cell Prolotherapy to work?
- What are growth factors?
- In situ Stem Cell Prolotherapy
- Instant Stem Cell Prolotherapy
- What is the difference between in vitro, in vivo and in situ?
- How can Stem Cell Prolotherapy theoretically help degenerative osteoarthritis?
- Can direct mesenchymal stem cell injections regenerate articular cartilage?
- How can Stem Cell Prolotherapy help articular cartilage defects?
- Why is platelet rich plasma often used with Stem Cell Prolotherapy?
- Cost of Stem Cell Prolotherapy