If you’ve never heard of bone marrow concentrate therapy, this is a type of medical treatment in which some of the stem cells from inside your bone marrow are removed and re-injected into your body in a different area. For more information, visit Texas Cell Institute.
Inside of some of your bones is a tissue that looks and feels kind of like a sponge. This tissue is
called bone marrow, and it is mostly found in the hips and thigh bones. Held within this spongy
material are all of your immature cells –meaning, cells that haven’t been developed into their
final form yet. These are called stem cells, because from them stems every other type of tissue
cell. There are two different types of bone marrow, and several types of stem cells created
within each type of bone marrow.
Bone marrow is necessary to live and be healthy. Marrow is filled with blood vessels, and it is
responsible for making up to 200 billion new cells every day. Have you ever heard that your skin
cells are totally replaced every seven years? The replacement cells come from your bone
marrow. Basically, bone marrow is the manufacturing hub that keeps you alive throughout your
many years. Because all the cells in our body have a limited life span, we need the bone
marrow to constantly produce new cells of every type.
But what does that have to do with healing you? If you’ve never heard of bone marrow
concentrate therapy, this is a type of medical treatment in which some of the stem cells from
inside your bone marrow are removed and re-injected into your body in a different area. Stem
cells are naturally in a state of growth. Once added to a new site of the body, where they are
surrounded by a specific type of tissue, they will begin transforming into that type of tissue. If a
joint has worn out or damaged cartilage, adding stem cells will result in new, healthy cartilage
that can heal arthritis or tendonitis.
With our bone marrow stem cell therapy, Dallas patients have been able to completely cure the
causes behind their chronic pain. Drawing from bone marrow is quite simple; a patient is given
anesthesia, and then the stem cells are taken from the hip. The only common side effect is a
few days of pain in the withdrawal site. It is possible to heal a huge variety of tissue damage or
disease with bone marrow, all thanks to its amazing ability to produce these immature cells that
are ready to create brand new tissue exactly where you need it.