Regenerative medicine is the type of medicine that uses biopharmaceuticals, living cells or their secretion products, tissue engineering, or the modification of these by physical or chemical means, in order to promote proliferative changes in these, such as growth, and repair or regeneration.
Regenerative medicine methods range from cell transplantation to amniotic membrane graft, through placental protein implants, repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation, frequency rehabilitation, to hyperbaric chamber oxygenation or gene editing.
Pain has been the companion of humanity since the most ancient times, in its various forms, it has been expressed, portrayed, and documented in a great variety of human artistic expressions.
Pain is a sensory experience and frequently also emotional, subjective, since it cannot be measured objectively by means of a graduated scale and well-established units, but rather by the interpretation of the perception of it by a third party, and it’s unpleasant, due to the sensation that it implies, this can be experienced by all living beings, to a more or less extent, as long as they have a nervous system, so fish feel pain, and babies, who have the same amount of pain receptors on a body surface smaller in relation to the adult, therefore, they may feel more pain.
70% of patients who go to any medical consultation service, is because they feel pain.
On the other hand, tourism is defined as a recreational activity that consists of traveling or touring a certain area, a place or country, for pleasure, or recreation, or recreation.
Then medical tourism would be a separate case because the trips are not made for pleasure or pleasure, but rather out of a need to attend to health problems.
For it to be considered medical tourism, it is taken into account that the offer of available therapies is offered as scientific alternatives, that is why it is not considered as medical tourism, but as religious tourism, for example, going to a place of worship or site supernatural seeking relief from an ailment or disease, through supernatural means (miracles).
For it to be considered medical tourism, it is taken into account that the offer of available therapies are offered as scientific alternatives, that is why it is not considered as medical tourism, but as religious tourism, for example, going to a place of worship or site supernatural seeking relief from an ailment or disease, through supernatural means (miracles).
In recent years, the activity of medical tourism has increased, more or less with an increase of 30 percent in the number of people who do it, this is on a global scale, it is a phenomenon that occurs all over the world, not only in a certain region, is a trigger for economic development in some countries.
In the border area, Mexico-single states, traditional medical tourism has focused on services that are commonly high-cost on the North American side, such as dental services, or cosmetic surgeries, in these cases, the demand far exceeds the demand. offer, being the majority of the patients, or clients people who are also afflicted with some type of pain, for which the physical rehabilitation services are also required.
Regenerative medicine tourism, for its part, and being a server a professional dedicated to this topic and activity has been increased by up to 60 percent, due to the high demand for these services and the scarce supply in the United States, but also due to the excellent results in terms of pain, improvement in function and costs of care, with the drawback of perhaps not having an adequate infrastructure to offer these services yet.
The providers, and medical researchers, and health professionals who offer regenerative medicine services, have a great responsibility to create the infrastructure of knowledge, evidence, and service so that these patients, who come to our practice, for a pair of knees, due to a spinal cord injury or due to attention when regenerating a cerebral or myocardial infarction, may have the results you are looking for … we will continue to do so, see you soon.