The Full Potential
The Remote-Controlled Stem Cell Therapy is our opportunity to revolutionise regenerative medicine. True to this statement, it has a world of possible uses across numerous therapy areas. See below for a snapshot of what this technology means for some of them!
MICA Cell Therapy can be used as a standalone solution to the fusion of vertebrae in situ, turning an invasive and risky surgical procedure into a superficial injection, or in conjuncture with existing spinal cages to aid in their effectiveness.
Orthopaedic Device Fixation
The Cell Therapy could be used as a fixation method of orthopaedic implants, such as hip replacement devices, in patients with low bone density.
Biological in situ repair of tendons may be possible using MICA Cell Therapy - removing, or reducing, the need for surgical tendon repair or transplant.
Acute Spinal Cord Repair
Acute Spinal Cord damage could be treated by growing nerve cells in the damaged area using the minimally-invasive MICA cell therapy.
Notoriously difficult, craniomaxillofacial repair can be aided using the nanotechnology-aided Cell Therapy.