Noninvasive Regenerative Therapy

June 19th, 2014

Medical advances in stem cell therapy and Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapies have offered tremendous hope, but unfortunately, have not yet materialized in a very tangible way. Research has shown varied, and not always positive, results for such therapies especially considering how invasive and painful some of the methods used are. An alternative regenerative medicine is now available which is able to re-grow damaged tissue in a non-invasive, healthy way. The revolution this could bring about is profound.  

This new treatment was developed by Epica Medical Innovations and is called Noninvasive Regenerative Therapy (NRT).  NRT regenerates and transforms scarred tissue into a normal state, without side effects or pain and with remarkable effectiveness.  Twenty years of clinical studies have proven this to be the safest and most successful therapy of its kind.

Cells that become inflamed stop functioning properly.  Healing usually ceases, or happens only with placement of fibrotic scar tissue.  This is true in the case of traumatic injury, healing after surgery, and all inflammatory diseases such as arthritis, degenerative joint disease, and kidney disease. Noninvasive Regenerative Therapy is a means of delivering specific pulses of energy of the appropriate wave length and form, to tissue that either needs to heal, or has already been replaced by scar tissue.  These perfectly tuned pulses cause the cytoskeleton of the cell to signal the nucleus, or heart center, in the same way a healthy cell naturally behaves. This jump-starts the cell cycle by imitating the signal that regenerates growth, and provides the cell with energy. A positive side effect is that when surrounding cells in the wounded area are triggered, they enter mitosis and also utilize stem cells the pulses create, and then separate into the appropriate tissue type.

Cartilage, muscle, bone, nerves, tendons and ligaments, and many other tissue types can be regenerated with between six to twelve treatments in as quickly as 2 or 3 weeks. The new cells begin healing, replacing scar tissue and cause the cells around them to switch back on.  This domino effect of healing allows tissue to regenerate in a manner that was until now thought to be impossible.

It is important to note that Rapid Inflammatory Management (RIM) therapy must be performed before and after NRT to provide an appropriate state for healing to occur. The effectiveness of Noninvasive Regenerative Therapy is astonishing, and has demonstrated previously inconceivable results.  Cell regeneration is not only possible, it is possible now.