Great Neck, NY - August 16, 2018 - Stem cell therapy is a revolutionary approach to regenerative health, and it is rapidly changing the world of healing and medicine. This exciting facet of science and technology advocates the replacement of diseased cells with healthy cells through stem cell therapy, a process being used to help patients suffering from knee/shoulder/hip/joint/back pain, arthritis, and osteoporosis, as well as the pain associated with auto-immune, neurological and other debilitating disorders.
Physicians across Long Island are using stem cell therapy to treat their patients for various diseases, injuries, and health-related issues. Although this protocol shows great promise in the treatment of many illnesses and disorders, utilizing a safe and secure method of harvesting and processing tissue is a vital and delicate component of this practice.
Systemic Laboratories, which unveiled its new location in Great Neck in July, is an innovative, FDA-registered tissue processing laboratory that services doctors and medical professionals with compliant, regulated tissue processing, storage, and retrieval. They are one of the very few conforming laboratories in the country offering this highly disciplined level of methodology, adhering to the utmost standards and guidelines recognized by the regulatory and medical community.
Performed in a secure and controlled environment, Systemic Laboratories’ methods of collecting and bio-banking autologous and adipose tissue are reliable, safe, and effective. There services and protocols strictly adhere to FDA regulations, the Public Health Service (PHS) Act, Current Good Tissue Practice (CGTP) and Current Good Manufacturing Practice (cGMP). These include multiple quality control modes of conduct regarding sterility, cell viability, and methodologies to ensure protection from the transmission of communicable diseases. Each patient sample is required to undergo a QA sign-off by an independent organization.
Establishing Reliability and Patient Trust
Trust is the backbone of any physician’s practice or clinic. Patients will want to be assured that the tissue collected is properly harvested, processed, and stored during the course of their regenerative therapy. By utilizing Systemic Laboratories for tissue processing, physicians can confidently communicate with patients about a regulated protocol that includes safe handling and storage of stem cells.
Systemic Laboratories also understands that they must earn the trust of colleagues, physicians, and partners, setting their values based on standards of integrity, ethics, and transparency. Committed to ensuring that their policies and practices support corporate governance and accountability, they review and improve their policies when necessary to guarantee adherence to all applicable local, state, and federal laws and regulations.
Protocols at Systemic Laboratories
Systemic Laboratories has selectively trained and assembled a team of highly skilled and experienced lab technicians, and as well as state-of-the-art equipment and technology. Their staff follows a finely tuned and regulated protocol as well as superior techniques.
The process begins when adipose tissue is collected during a minimally invasive procedure by a physician in his/her own office or at a same-day surgery center. The adipose tissue is deposited into a special temperature-controlled bag and immediately transported to the Systemic Laboratories’ FDA-registered facility. The adipose tissue is processed by a proprietary, compliant protocol into stromal vascular fractions (SVF). Similar protocol is followed when bone marrow is harvested from a patient. Samples are tracked from collection, storage, and retrieval utilizing a regulated inventory control and monitoring system.
There is no Manipulation of tissue, no use of enzymes, and no multiplication or expansion of cells, all of which are frowned upon as drug-creating processes by regulators.
If you would like to learn more about how Systemic Laboratories can help your clinic process and handle your patients’ stem cells properly, please visit their web site at: www.systemiclaboratories.com.