When Stem Cells start working they create, muscle, ligament, tendon, cartilage, bone, tissue, nerve… all tissues can come from stem cells.
Let me give an example, if you have a torn rotator cuff. When they have a complete tear a rotator cuff will roll up like a lampshade. If you have a full thickness tear, that rotator cuff muscle will need surgery if it is going to be re attached no matter what. The stem cell won’t make the muscle grow back together. Good news is that 80% of torn rotator cuffs are a PARTIAL Tear.
If you inject a partial tear with Stem Cells, it will grow back together without scar tissue because there’s three properties of stem cells:
1) anti-scar tissue. That’s what stems cells eat. They eats up scar tissue. If you get Stem Cells injected in an old surgery what will happen?
Let me ask you this what does the surgery cause?
(Answer: Scar Tissue).
What will happen after an injection with stem cells? It will eat up the scar tissue. Your joint will start moving better. It’ll also grow back the tissue you need. How do you think that joint’s going to function? (WAY better).
2) anti-microbial (which means it kills the infection) like MRSA and staph. They are actually using it now to treat MRSA and staph. There is an almost zero chance of getting an infection.
3) anti-inflammatory - as you start to heal you don’t have the inflammation anymore. The inflammation goes down which means by the end of 8 weeks you won’t have to take the anti-inflammatories any more. Probably in less time.