In humans, adipose tissue performs many more functions than simply accumulating energy reserves in the body. It is rich in various stem cells that accumulate stocks of certain tissues – such as skin, cartilaginous material, blood vessels and blood cells – and therefore offers regenerative potential. Human adipose tissue contains a mix of cell that is called stromal vascular fraction (SVF). The most important stromal vascular fraction cells are mesenchymal stem cells. These cells are able to differentiate into various other tissue cell types, such as adipose, cartilage, bone or muscle.
SVF treatment involves a cell product that is developed individually for each patient and is able to restore the functions of many types of damaged tissue. By applying innovative biotechnological methods, we can harvest a sterile SVF from the patient’s adipose tissue. The doctor can then inject it into the body’s problematic areas to induce the target tissues to regenerate.
This preparation can be used in aesthetic forms of medicine for purposes such as the restoration of dehydrated, sagging or dull and non-viable skin, and the elimination of wrinkles and burns. It can also be used in areas such as orthopaedics and traumatology, as well as in the treatment of problems including arthritis, articular arthritis, arthrosis, osteochondrosis, osteochondropathy, osteochondritis and enthesopathy.
In all cases patients should consult a doctor that specialises in the use of this therapy and can prescribe this therapy.
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