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Bone Marrow Concentrate Injections

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Your body’s natural repair capabilities and cutting-edge scientific intervention are linked. Physicians and cell therapy companies at the forefront of technology can work together to improve research, create stronger data, innovate new solutions and drive better outcomes. This collaboration creates creates opportunity to optimize the human body’s natural healing process and create a custom treatment for every patient*.

Greyledge has created a technology platform that supports physicians within a wide range of specialties in utilizing the body’s concentrated healing cells and growth factors in the form of bone marrow cell concentrate, or BMC injections. Using a quality controlled manual system of cell processing in a state-of-the-art processing facility coupled with fully-documented and validated sample analysis, Greyledge provides medical providers with a systemized approach to offering their patients superior cell therapy products for better, safer and more consistent treatment outcomes.

Whether you’re a patient looking for innovative solutions to your needs or a physician looking into integration of cell therapies into your practice, you’ve found the right affiliate in Greyledge Technologies. Find your nearest Greyledge-using provider, or consult with us about utilizing Greyledge today.

*According to peer-reviewed studies

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How BMC Injections Work

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The human body naturally contains all the components needed to create a natural cell therapy, including BMC. But what is autologous bone marrow concentrate, and how does it work? 

The term stem cell represents many different types of cells found throughout the body. These cells are unique in the fact that they don’t just serve a single purpose. In fact, they are very versatile and can serve many functions to support the body. In many respects, they serve a “leadership role” among your cells, rallying, signalling and coordinating necessary types of cells to remove damaged tissue and restore or maintain healthy tissue at all times. Stem cells also have the ability to become a new or replacement cell, depending on where they are needed to maintain healthy tissues. 

Inside your own bone marrow, there exists different types of stem cells including:

  • Endothelial progenitor cell 
  • Hematopoietic stem cells 
  • Mesenchymal stem cells

Each of these cell types can be extracted from your bone marrow via a process known as stem cell harvesting, through a simple needle based blood draw procedure.

Progenitor cells, are similar to stem cells but are felt to be slightly more limited in their abilities to become another type of cell. Unlike other forms of cell therapy, including PRP, the cells extracted from marrow cannot simply be separated and used on their own. Instead, they work in a coordinated fashion to produce a beneficial treatment effect. Using our state-of-the-art processing facilities, Greyledge is able to concentrate these specialized cells, amplifying their capabilities and helping physicians to optimize each patient’s treatment outcome.

Our processing facilities can also produce a product by stimulating a natural matrix formation containing these cells as well as platelets, both of which release of growth factors which can be applied to certain types of damaged tissues. This type of preparation creates what is know as a “regenerative triad” or a commonly accepted tissue engineering approach, as it provides the three comprehensive elements  (cells, signals and scaffolds), all of which are needed to support repair in a patient’s affected area.

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Physicians from different medical disciplines can benefit from utilizing Greyledge in order to help patients who are struggling with a wide variety of health concerns.

BMC can be used by physicians to treat many common conditions, including:

If you have more questions about how physicians can apply bone marrow concentrate to help treat patients, get in touch with us, and we’ll be glad to speak with you.

Frequently Asked Questions about BMC

What is the difference between stem cells and progenitor cells?

The value of a true stem cell is in its ability to become any type of cell you could possibly find in the human body. Bone marrow progenitor cells are also valuable, but they’re slightly more limited in their ability to transform, and can only become one of a smaller number of specialized cells. However, when concentrated together, progenitor cells and stem cells form a potent BMC therapeutic.

I’ve heard about multipotent stem cells. What are they?

Most adult stem cells are multipotent stem cells. This means that they have the ability to renew themselves, developing and multiplying into multiple specialized types of cells needed in the area of your treatment. That’s how autologous BMC is able to help your body control and repair damaged cartilage and tissue at a faster, more effective rate than it would be capable of on its own*.

*According to peer-reviewed studies

I’m a patient who’s interested in biologic treatment. How can I get my doctor involved or find a cell therapy specialist near me?

Engage your physician, let them know of the benefits of Greyledge’s unique approach, and link them here.

Alternatively, you may be able to find a physician who is already utilizing Greyledge and is providing fully-customizable bone marrow concentrate near you. If you’d like to get started, find a Greyledge user today.

I’m a physician who’s interested in providing my patients with cell therapy. How can I utilize Greyledge?

Our belief in biologic solutions drives us to create simple pathways to support responsible providers. If you’re ready to provide your patients with the most cutting-edge biologics available today, click here to begin. We can’t wait to get started with you.