Stem Cell Therapy Amping Up In the Lowcountry
Can Stem Cell be the answer to not only Pain but to the Opioid Crisis?
Story and interview by Michelle Myers

Michelle Myers sat down with Dr. Beauvais and Dr. Hutchins
from Regenerative Health 360 to talk about why their clinic
has been so successful with stem cell treatments here in the
Lowcountry as well as their five additional locations in North
Carolina, Georgia and Tennessee. Dr. Beauvais started by
explaining that they do more than just a stem cell injection they do stem cell therapy. That means that after an injection,
the patient goes thru an eight-week follow-up treatment
using equipment that helps proliferate the stem cells and
relieve pain faster. We use two highly specialized instruments
to accomplish this, the “Brain and Body O2” and the “Hako
Med” device. The Brain and Body O2 compresses oxygen into
the body to make the stem cells proliferate faster and more
effectively. This machine, as stated by Dr. Beauvais, also sends
oxygen to the lower extremities, helping with other conditions
like Peripheral Neuropathy. The Hako Med device is utilized
to regenerate nerves and relieve pain. Dr. Beauvais said that
patients have gone from a pain level 10 to a pain level 5,
cutting the pain in half after just one visit.
We then use Pulse Electromagnetic Field Therapy (PEMF), the
“Cadillac” of therapy equipment according to Dr. Beauvais. Due
to the high cost of PEMF, not many physicians are as fortunate
as he is to utilize it and see the miracles that this machine
performs by restoring cells to normal function. Many of the
patients of Regenerative Health 360 have been able to wean
off hydrocodone and oxycodone at an unprecedented rate.
For patients with lower back pain, we utilize the Bac on Trac
device, that stretches the lower back at three different angles,
opening nerve pathways that run up and down the spinal cord.
It has helped numerous patients who have received a stem cell
injection in the lower back, but this device is used successfully
with or without stem cell therapy. According to the doctors,
it can also help with peripheral neuropathy that sometimes
stems from the lower back.
So whether this is the answer for the opioid crisis is yet to be
seen but here in the Lowcountry it’s certainly a good start.
Dr. Hutchins actually performs the stem cell injections and
works alongside of Dr. Beauvais to make sure the patients are
getting better. We were able to catch up with Dr. Hutchins as
he grabbed a bite in between patients. He believes
that one of the key ingredients that make this the best stem cell
• Degenerative Disc Disease • Knee
Joint Pain • Plantar Fasciitis • Hip
Joint Pain • Cartilage Degeneration

and peripheral neuropathy treatment center in the Lowcountry
is the use of Mesenchymal Stem Cells. He thinks this is the
best move this practice ever made because, in his opinion,
they are better than umbilical cord blood because they aren’t
predisposed to becoming blood cells. They also have very high
anti-inflammatory properties making them great for treating
joint damage and arthritis that tend to have large amounts of
inflammation buildup. After the injection, Dr. Beauvais manages
the patients, tracking them for the next 8 weeks ensuring
that every patient experiences the best possible outcome. He
believes that most clinics in the Lowcountry miss the boat they do an injection and then don’t see the patient for a month
and, to him that’s not the best way to achieve success. Data and
tracking is obviously important to Dr. Hutchins as he showed us
his computer with spreadsheet after spreadsheet with patient
data on it, from the time of injection to the 8 week mark. Some
went out to 10 weeks because they needed extra time. Dr.
Hutchins said that they’ll give a patient as much therapy and
even an extra stem cell injection if needed at no extra cost to
the patient. Plus, the entire maintenance phase is also free. The
patients being free from pain and opioid dependency is the
number one goal according to both doctors.

Real Patient Testimonial:

I went to a seminar that Regenerative Health 360 put on
back on January 12th. I had very little cartilage left in
my knees and had to use a walker as it was so painful
to walk. I felt like I was on my way to a wheelchair quite
honestly. I’ve also had rheumatoid arthritis to compound
the problem. I saw the Regenerative Health 360 ad and
thought “I have to do something”, as surgery was not
an option for me. I did my research because an old lady
that can’t walk has plenty of time to research. I chose
Regenerative Health 360 because they were one of only
two clinics that off
the mesenchymal stem cells in
my area. I weighed my options and made my decision
based on the free maintenance they off
and on the
promise that if I needed additional stem cells for the
same area, I wouldn’t be charged. I felt the backing that
this company off
was the best I’d seen at that point.
The equipment they use following the injection makes a
77-year-old woman like myself feel like I’m in my 30’s or
40’s again. I’m not completely out of pain but at worst the
pain is now at a low of 2 and a high of 4 every so often
but I’ll keep coming until the pain level gets to a zero or
one. And that’s what I like as well - they take the time to
see what is going on with me, and want me to be happy.
I’m happy to say no more walker for me thanks to you
great people that take such good care of me!
-Annie S. Regenerative Health 360 Patient

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CHARLESTON---- People with pain in the Lowcountry have
been lining up in record numbers to do Stem Cell Therapy and
particularly at one clinic in Charleston, South Carolina because
they use something called Mesenchymal Stem Cells. These
stem cells are derived, or harvested, from the Wharton’s Jelly
Membrane. Wharton’s jelly is a gelatinous substance found
inside the umbilical cord that helps protect the vessels and
prevents the cord from kinking, keeping the baby nourished
and healthy.