FAQ

iRegMed – Medical FAQ

What does regeneration mean?
Some parts of our body can heal themselves quite well after injuries, whereas others are not capable of any independent healing process. We certainly cannot regrow complete limbs, but in the animal world there are some examples where this works, one observes a complete regeneration of body parts, for example salamander.
How does our regenerative therapy work?
We help the body to acquire regenerative abilities. Blood is taken from the patient, which is incubated with gold particles for 24 hours. The cells produce proteins that they would normally not make in concentration. The serum obtained is filtered and administered to the patient, thus supporting or initiating regenerative processes.
What distinguishes us from conventional stem cell therapy?
Traditional stem cell therapy uses cells from bone marrow, fatty tissue or umbilical cord blood, which are then cultivated, differentiated with growth factors and supplied to the patient. These procedures are very complex and expensive. Each manufacturer has its own production protocol, so it is extremely difficult to compare the quality of the results.
Which diseases can be treated with our therapy?
We have primarily treated orthopaedic diseases, but in over 2500 patients treated in recent years we have been able to treat all inflammatory and degenerative diseases. Allergies and autoimmune diseases are also well treatable.
Which diseases can be treated with our therapy?
We have primarily treated orthopaedic diseases, but in over 2500 patients treated in recent years we have been able to treat all inflammatory and degenerative diseases. Allergies and autoimmune diseases are also well treatable.
Are side effects known?
In the Goldic METHOD, only the patient’s own materials are used, side effects are extremely rare.
Cost factor compared to conventional therapies using the example of a slipped disc as an example
Slipped discs are usually treated surgically. If this is the case, the health system will be burdened with several thousand euros. In addition, postoperative cost-intensive rehabilitation programs are usually necessary. With our therapy we can treat this clinical picture at a fraction of the conventional costs.
What are the next steps?
In the next step, further centres for regenerative avoidance will be established. These will initially be implemented in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The aim is to document the quality of the results of all patients treated online. In addition, prospective randomized and controlled clinical trials are being conducted to further support the evidence of our therapies.