Regenerative medicine aims at restoring or replacing cells, tissues or organs that have lost their function due to age, disease or injury through the use of various clinical therapies. A variety of strategies are used, including the use of new materials and cells or combinations thereof to restore structure and function. The ability of the body to recover can also be promoted, although in the adults regenerative capacity are limited. The use of cells that directly contribute to the restoration of structure and function is an essential regenerative medicine paradigm. The cells of various differentiation degree are used for therapy. From fully differentiated to precursor/stem cells, quite often various mixtures of these cells are used.

In our clinic currently are available procedures based on adipose derived stem, precursor and differentiated cells.