The human body makes sure that everything is working properly. From regulating hormones to making sure that each organ system is doing its job properly, the body will function normally without any problems. But when unwanted pathogens start to enter the body and cause the body to be dysfunctional, it can lead to the development of chronic symptoms to pop up over time. When this happens, there are many affiliated clinics and distribution organizations that can help alleviate the symptoms through therapeutic treatments and even bring the body back to its original functioning self, and one of those treatments is HCTP therapy. In this 2 part series, we will be discussing more what HCTP therapy is and the procedures for HCTP therapy. Part 1 discussed and looked at what is HCTP therapy and how it is different than other forms of therapy. By referring patients to qualified and skilled providers that specialized in regenerative cellular therapy, we work with affiliated clinics and distributor organizations, both internationally and nationally with the services that we offer. We find that education is the key to asking valuable questions to our providers. Dr. Alex Jimenez DC provides this information as an educational service only. Disclaimer
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What Is HCTP Therapy?
Human cellular tissue products or HCTP are the body’s own raw cellular material that can help regenerate damaged, diseased cells that were inflicted when the body was severely injured. Research shows that HCTP therapy has the remarkable ability to differentiate into different cell types in the body while also retaining the ability to self-replicate and maintain the characteristics of the original cell. HCTP therapy is also another form of regenerative medicine that many providers who are specialized in regenerative treatment can also help alleviate chronic symptoms that the body has encountered over time. Other research shows that HCTP therapy has become one of the promising options that can help the body by replacing damaged and diseased cells.
How Is HCTP Therapy Different?
In part 1, it discussed how international and nationally affiliated clinics are different when it comes to HCTP therapy. For international affiliated clinics, they allowed the HCTP to be expanded and approved for IV application. This will allow HCTP to produce about 100 million HCTP per CC and they don’t have to be cryopreserved. With nationally affiliated clinics, however, it has to be approved by the FDA and it can only be minimally manipulated. Research has found that HCTP in the United States had limited federal funding and only certain states were allowed to use HCTP treatment for their patients. So there is a massive difference between the two but the usage for HCTP as regenerative treatment is still the same since it helps regenerate damaged cells in the body.
Presenting HCTP Therapy To Patients
By understanding how international affiliated clinics operate with the strictness and integrity of these standards as well as the difference between being treated with HCTP therapy in Colombia vs the United States, they can now educate patients on how these procedures can be beneficial to their lives. Distribution organizers set up patients with highly-trained case managers, they can help explain everything in detail on the procedures for HCTP therapy.
By providing more information to future patients with confidence but also making it easier for returning patients about HCTP therapy and their benefits, thus giving them more time and energy to focus on other matters that may be in their minds.
The Benefits Of HCTP Therapy
There are many research studies that show how HCTP therapy has the ability to build every tissue in the body and can help alleviate inflammatory symptoms as well as regenerate damaged tissues, cells, and organs back to their normal function. In one article, it talked about how HCTP therapy can be used to treat many chronic symptoms that the body has encountered. Some of the chronic symptoms that HCTP therapy can help alleviate include:
Since HCTP therapy has many beneficial properties, research shows the HCTP in the body are unspecialized cells that can differentiate into any cells of an organism and provide the ability to self-renewal. This allows the HCTP to repair any damage that was inflicted on the cellular structure of the tissue or organ back to its original state and speed up the body’s natural healing process.
Traveling To HCTP Therapies
With the information that is provided to patients on HCTP therapy, now it’s time for the traveling aspect as international affiliated clinics help them pick a travel package to get treatment. Since they help take all the guesswork out of all the details when the patient arrives to get their HCTP treatment, patients don’t have to worry about transportation, translators, or even where to stay. By having it all mapped out and providing the best customer/patient services, individuals won’t have to worry about the accommodations that the distributors will provide. And patients with limited mobility, are also being taken care of by staying at a luxury hotel that is adjacent to the lab for easy access, so that way it makes them at ease and doesn’t put further strain on traveling onto them. Even patients that come with doctors in big groups are being taken care of as well.
All in all, the usage of HCTP therapy can help regenerate and repair damaged, diseased tissue cells in the body have provided amazing results. Even though there is more and more upcoming research on regenerative therapy and its beneficial properties, the results speak for themselves as HCTP therapy can help speed the recovery process on the body. This will allow more therapeutic treatments to help the person feel better and live life to the fullest by receiving the treatment that they deserve.
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