Neuroregenesis is a powerful medical breakthrough that works in part by activating the body’s innate ability to heal and rejuvenate.
- Who Can Benefit from Neuroregenesis?
- You have an aging parent with a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease
- Your spouse without Alzheimer’s has noticeable memory loss
- You are an executive who notices that your brain is not as sharp or you worry about losing your edge
- You are troubled by forgetfulness and cognitive decline associated with aging
Many people suffer from neurodegenerative conditions such as dementia and memory loss. This is a very stressful
condition not only for the individual but for the whole family. This condition can be improved by regenerative treatments. One very common type of dementia is Alzheimer’s disease. A safe and effective office procedure to help treat this disease is called Neuroregenesis. This procedure, which involves the injection of regenerative medicine stem cell activating agents, has been performed by doctors around the world for several years with excellent success.
Though not a cure for the disease, noticeable and measurable positive outcomes usually occur. This treatment can address significant deterioration of cognitive brain function as well as early stages of forgetfulness. The treatment has been able to bring many people who are severely limited back into a more normal life and have more fulfilling interactions with their families and friends. It is also a useful treatment to help reverse age related minor declines of brain function. For example, when someone feels as if their mind is not as sharp or quick as when they were younger. The procedure is also used by many physicians to help treat deficits from a stroke.
Patients sometimes ask how regenerative medicine works. The body has an innate capacity to heal by replacing
dying or injured cells and rejuvenating itself. We have this capacity at any age. Regenerative medicine’s goal is to
restore structure and function of a damaged tissue or an organ using the body’s innate ability to heal. This is different
from most modern medical treatment modalities which only manage conditions without any potential to actually heal. For example, if you have osteoarthritis and you take ibuprofen to reduce the pain and inflammation or you receive an injection into a joint with a compound such as a steroid or a lubricating agent. That type of treatment is not restoring the damaged structure, it is just managing the condition. Regenerative medicine treats a disease or injury in a completely different way. The goal of a regenerative treatment is to restore structure and function. This is a very important distinction.