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Stem cells are human cells that can develop into many different cell types. This can range from muscle cells, cartilage, tendon, liver, kidney and even brain. Stem cells therapy also known as regenerative medicine, promotes the repair response of diseased, dysfunctional, or injured tissue. After a stem cell therapy procedure, the stem cells injected into the patient injured body part will continue to work and form new cells in the target area.

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Ascent is an injectable solution comprised of cells and their cellular components retained from human amniotic fluid intended for homologous use. Ascent is designed to protect, cushion, lubricate, and reduce inflammation by supplementing fluid environments within joints and tendons. Ascent is processed using the patent-pending Selectify™ process that retains key amniotic fluid cellular components and preserves the allograft in a shelf-stable format. The key benefits of Ascent are essential for tendon and joint relief:

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How does Ascent work?

Many different biomolecular functions trigger the inflammation and degeneration of fluid environments within joints and tendons. Decreased proteoglycan content, increased inflammation and anabolic factors, and increased degradative enzymes all contribute to hypertrophy. In many synovial joints, this results in cartilage degradation, a decrease in type II collagen, and fibrillation and osteophytes.2,3 Following rehydration, many components in Ascent help provide lubrication, reduce inflammation, and supplement these degenerative fluid environments.