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SVF Patient Information

Cellular medicine can be a less invasive and cost-effective alternative for procedures like total knee replacement for osteoarthritis. Discover whether this type of treatment is right for you.

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Comparing Cellular Treatment Options

Cellular medicine is a process that uses adult nucleated cells to regenerate and repair tissue or control pain and inflammation.

There are many types of regenerative treatments, including PRP, stem cell therapy, bone marrow transplants and stromal vascular fraction (SVF). It’s important to understand the clinical evidence supporting these therapies as well as the differences among them before you decide on your best treatment plan.

GID technology leverages SVF to provide a cellular therapy for osteoarthritis that is less invasive than surgical therapies.

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SVF FAQs

With cellular medicine, a patient’s own cells can be used in an entirely natural way to repair and regenerate tissues or control pain and inflammation. Cells are harvested from either fat (adipose) or bone marrow and separated and concentrated to create a therapeutic cellular implant, delivered using a needle injection.

Stromal vascular fraction (SVF) is a class of nucleated cells extracted from fat tissue (adipose tissue) that are separated and concentrated to create a therapeutic cellular implant, delivered using a needle injection.