One powerful body.
There is much in the news about stem cells. To characterize regenerative medicine as just stem cells is not only incorrect it is not in compliance with FDA guidelines. Tri-County Regenerative Medicine continues to research and analyze the intricate relationship of contributing factors needed to help the body repair, replace, cushion, support, protect and function at optimal levels. It’s that thorough understanding of all the parts that make the whole that enables us to create market leading products.
Many powerful details.
The body’s regenerative process requires a dynamic environment consisting of a variety of growth factors, cytokines, scaffolding, hyaluronic acids, mesenchymal stem cells and chemokines. So, in the event of injury, the body relies upon more than just a stem cell. It needs the complex rally of many cells and proteins to help start or aid the regenerative process and get it back up to speed. That’s where we come in, replenishing what the body needs, where the body needs it, to better maintain the whole.
Tri-County Regenerative Medicine’s products are FDA-compliant and sourced from the rich Wharton’s Jelly layer of the umbilical cord and amniotic fluid and amnio tissue from healthy, full-term donors. We believe that by leveraging these vibrant, biologically-young sources we can bring optimal functionality to our products and spearhead new ways to work with—and for—everybody.
Setting a standard every step of the way.
Regenerative medicine truly has the potential to change lives, so we take processing and safety seriously. From donation to administration, Tri-County Regenerative is unwavering in its commitment to perfecting each and every step. All of our allograft products are prepared utilizing a proprietary mechanical process; two small samples are obtained from each lot with one sent to a third-party laboratory for sterility testing and the second used for internal testing to quantify our allograft composition. After the tissue has been processed and packaged into the vials, they are then cryogenically preserved and placed into quarantine. After the sterility testing has been completed and all of the information has been reviewed and approved by our Chief Medical Officer, then--and only then--are our products ready for shipment.