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.

Getting enough protein in your diet is critical to healing up from musculoskeletal disorders. Here's a good reminder of the protein content in various foods. ...

Our body uses protein to grow and repair itself. Unlike fats and carbohydrates, the body doesn’t store protein efficiently, so we must consume it on a regular basis. If we stop eating protein, the body begins breaking down muscle within just a few days to meet its nutritional needs. Protein-rich meals can also help boost mental alertness by raising levels of tyrosine, an amino acid that increases dopamine and norepinephrine in your brain. This is why eating protein for breakfast and lunch is important for enhancing your work and/or school performance. So how much protein do we need? That depends on our age, body size, and level of activity. Nutritionists typically estimate our protein requirement by multiplying our body weight in pounds by 0.37. So if you weigh 150 pounds, you should be getting roughly 55 grams each day of protein. Most Americans get plenty of protein. Meat, poultry, fish, eggs, and dairy products, as well as plant sources such as soy, are considered “complete proteins,” as they provide the nine amino acids that the body cannot make. However, vegetarians and vegans who eat a variety of whole grains, legumes, seeds, and nuts should have no problem getting adequate amounts of protein and the full complement of amino acids. The point for everyone is to get their protein from a variety of sources.

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These clean 16 tend to contain less pesticides than most comventionally produced foods. If you aren't ready to go 100% organic or just don't know the source when dining out, these tend to be a safer option. ...

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