Unfortunately, the relatively new field of regenerative medicine is already falling into the old traps of checklists and high priced surgeries. What’s continuing to exacerbate the problems surrounding the field of regenerative medicine is not having the primary care physicians involved. Regenerative medicine will not reach its full capabilities until the non-surgeon physicians understand and recommend regenerative medicine treatments and feel safe to make such recommendations.
Regenerative Health Management is the active, on-going process of helping the body heal itself. This process considers the regenerative properties of the human body, not simply a checklist of therapies, drugs, or surgeries.
Regenerative Health Management is done through a relationship-driven medical advisory process that seeks to consider the whole person, especially as it relates to regenerative medicine treatments.
RHM is provided for patients, by their physicians, throughout the continuum of care by:
- Providing time for, and advice on, all aspects that have implications on a person’s health, especially with issues relating to regenerative medicine
- Navigating the complexities of regenerative medicine by helping patients understand, manage, protect, and bettter their health
- Providing clarity, choice, and confidence as patients take control of their health and care
If we may be so bold: We believe that regenerative health management could set the foundation of how medicine will be practiced for the next 50 years.
It is important to note that the regenerative medicine physician of the 21st Century is probably not the surgeon. The regenerative medicine physician is the physician who is, or who can become, adept at helping their patients understand, manage, protect, and better their health. The best regenerative medicine physicians are the ones who know how to manage relationships with the key stakeholders in the patient’t health. The best regenerative medicine physicians of the 21st Century will use the regenerative health management process.