Regenerative medicine treatments offer patients an all-natural option that can help kick-start the healing cascade process. RENyTe, which offers similar benefits to stem cell injections, contains many regenerative components such as cytokines, growth factors, hyaluronic acid, and peptides.
RENyTe is derived from the Wharton’s Jelly located on the maternal side of the umbilical cord. Wharton’s Jelly is a clear gel-like tissue that contains up to fifty times more hyaluronic acid and growth factors than amniotic fluid, further increasing regenerative success. These higher concentrations of growth factors have been shown to prevent cell death.
RENyTe is recovered from healthy, carefully screened mothers at the time of scheduled cesarean sections and processed in accordance with FDA and AATB (American Association of Tissue Banks) regulations and standards. Many patients have chosen RENyTe over stem cell injections and other similar regenerative treatments to help promote the body’s natural ability to heal from a range of conditions, such as:
- Knee, hip, shoulder, and ankle injuries
- Tennis elbow
- Rotator cuff tears
- Plantar fasciitis
- Bone spurs
- Meniscus and cartilage tears
- Pinched nerves
- Spinal conditions, including disc and joint problems
- Aesthetic issues including tissue loss in the face
Gulf Coast Health & Wellness is committed to offering the best possible treatments and the highest level of patient care to help you feel better sooner, no matter what type of condition you’re dealing with. Our regenerative medicine therapies, including RENyTe, are only available from physicians who have been carefully vetted and adhere to strict protocols, ensuring our patients receive the same quality of care regardless of where they receive our RENyTe treatment.
To learn more about how RENyTe offers similar healing benefits to stem cell injections, contact Gulf Coast Health & Wellness today. We will be happy to answer your questions and help you find a partner clinic near you offering RENyTe and our other regenerative treatments.