The San Francisco Institute for Integrative and Regenerative Medicine is a center of excellence where cutting edge technology and ancient principles of health backed by modern day science meet. The future of medicine is now available to patients looking for a deeper approach to health and healing.

The field of Integrative medicine has grown from complementary and alternative medicine to become an integral part of modern day medicine in the form of functional medicine. Looking at health from a systems based approach requires insights into the individual that can be attained by ancient methods like pulse diagnosis, tongue diagnosis, and cranio-sacral manipulation as well as more modern day methods such as musculoskeletal ultrasound, Genetic testing, DNA based testing of the Microbiome, Organic acid and Hormone metabolite testing.

Regenerative medicine is the new frontier of using the bodies own innate healing capacity to heal itself. We can amplify this effect by concentrating growth factors and stem cells derived from patients own body. These can then be used to regenerate tissue such as torn muscles, ligaments and cartilage as well as for facial rejuvenation, hair regrowth, scar removal and other aesthetic treatments. Harvesting a high quality regenerative product is important but putting it back into a healthy host that will use it to heal the intended area is even more important.

The San Francisco Institute for Integrative and Regenerative Medicine provides the highest quality regenerative procedures in the context of a complete integrative medicine approach that optimizes successful outcomes.

Injecting Amniotic Membrane Derived Stem Cells into a patient's ACL under ultrasound guidance

Regenerative medicine is the new frontier of using the bodies own innate healing capacity to heal itself.

We can amplify this effect by concentrating growth factors and stem cells derived from
patients own body.

This is what we do, except with better ergonomics. Can't believe that doctor is backhanding the liposuction in the beginning.

The processing portion is an area that can dramatically effect the end product and this is an area that will separate various clinics around the world in the potency of the treatment.

The delivery of the stem cells to the right location requires both imaging guidance as well as an understanding of the biomechanics and pathophysiology of the condition, i.e. Knowing where to inject and being able to get to that site accurately.

Lastly, optimizing the host requires an integrative Medicine approach that focuses on supporting health and wellness in a way that is more than the treatment of disease taught in conventional medical school.
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Stem cells from this man's own body healed his wrist cnn.it/2qGPH8H

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DGL is a licorice derivative that helps to buffer the lining of the digestive tract and support digestion. I recommend this for anyone trying to get off of antacid medications, which have dangerous long term side effects and cause malabsorption of nutrition. ...

Licorice has been used for more than 3,000 years to soothe irritation and inflammation. It was widely used in Europe for the treatment of stomach ulcers during the 1940s and 1950s. However, roughly one in five people who took licorice for more than several months developed high blood pressure and had a dangerous drop in their potassium. Today, the compound that caused these problems can be removed, and the resulting product is sold as deglycyrrhizinated licorice (DGL). DGL can be safely taken long-term. To use licorice to treat heartburn, chew 1 to 2 tablets for about 20 minutes before each meal. Original DGL tastes like black licorice, so if you're not a fan, choose chocolate or maple flavored.

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