Regenerative Rehabilitation

Regenerative Rehabilitation is the combination of rehabilitation medicine and regenerative medicine with the ultimate goal of developing innovative and effective treatment methods in order to promote functional restoration using the principles, techniques and approaches through tissue regeneration and tissue repair. It allows restoration of injured, diseased, defective or degenerated tissues to a more functional state or normal state. These therapies has application in the field of Physical Therapy  to improve an individual's functional capacity, which is often limited by persistent deficits due  scar tissue deposition, reduced muscle mass, muscle fatigue, immobilization or loss of innervation. The major goal of regenerative rehabilitation is to restore normal functionality of degenerated tissue by means of combined cell, pharmacological, and bioengineering technologies along with physical modalities and exercise to improve therapeutics.