Utilizing your own fat cells to treat injuries.

The most common indication for ADSCs at this time is to treat pain and reduced function from arthritis in the joints.

What is it?

Adipose tissue-derived stem cells (ADSCs) are obtained from taking fat cells from under the skin, which contain a high concentration of stem cells, and then injecting those cells into an area of pathology.

How does it work?

ADSCs are typically obtained by small volume liposuction from either the abdomen or the hips. These cells are then emulsified (made smaller) to a size that is injectable into an area pathology. This mixture of cells contains stem cells, progenitor cells, and other cell signaling molecules and is held in place by the larger fat cell scaffold in the area of pathology that may lead to improved efficacy.

What does it treat?

The most common indication for ADSCs at this time is to treat pain and reduced function from arthritis in the joints.




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