The Labs provide the best products sourced from donated postnatal tissues. The source materials include Wharton’s Jelly, amnion, chorion, umbilical cord tissue and umbilical cord blood. These products contains mesenchymal cells, hematopoietic cells, cytokines, exosomes, collagen scaffolding, hyaluronic acid, lipids, proteins, and other nutrients. 


Cellular Therapy Essentials

While the mechanisms of cellular therapies that have shown great promise in delivering true and permanent healing are not fully known, much anecdotal evidence and many case studies are beginning to guide understanding of this complex but exciting opportunity to enhance lives. Because biologic grafts, cellular therapies, and tissue products are composed of vast numbers of molecules and complex structures, the mechanisms of the effects of properly applied regenerative treatments will take years to unravel.


Always putting safety first, the Labs will continue to propel our understanding of mechanism and best practices in regenerative medicine. In the interim, because of our providers safety record, we are excited to see the continued delivery of this benefit to physicians hoping to do more for their patients. Our providers will continue to collect and analyze data as part of the effort to understand and maximize the potential of regenerative medicine.

Postnatal Derived Biologics


The providers prepares tissue allografts and cellular products from postnatal birth sources (e.g. umbilical cord, placenta, cord blood). Medical Signaling Cells (MSCs) are a key component of these tissues and have pluripotent capacity to differentiate into mesodermal and non-mesodermal cell lineages, including – but not limited to – osteocytes, adipocytes, chondrocytes, myocytes, cardiomyocytes, fibroblasts, myofibroblasts, epithelial cells, and neurons.

Cellular matter harvested from tissues typically discarded at birth are a rich source of cells that are youthful and have been shown to be more therapeutically active. While once discarded as birth waste, physicians now have the opportunity to change lives in a way that was not possible a decade ago. It is important to clarify that these tissues are only associated with a healthy birth and would have otherwise been discarded. We are grateful that our providers have donors that volunteer this incredible gift that has the potential to change so many lives and we wish their children and families the best in life has to offer.

Science Revolutionizing Regenerative Medicine


With a broad range of scientific disciplines, the main focus of regenerative medicine is understanding the physiology of stem cells, knowing how cells grow, how they die, what happens in between and learning how differentiation works and understanding the important parts of extracellular matrix (ECM).