March 2, 2012
Medical Alliance Services
-- Dallas, TX, February 27, 2012: Medical Alliance Services, North American distributor of Nutational Infrasonic Liposculpture, affectionately known as Tickle Lipo, was again at the forefront of mind of the scientific community at the Cell Society 2nd Annual Clinical Meeting held in San Diego, California February 17-18. High profile presenters discussed the major issues related to cell therapy and fat transfer thereby bringing the cell rich fat harvest results using NIL to the surface in many discussions.
Recent studies have demonstrated that NIL is a gentle, low cost method of harvesting fat, which produces consistently high yields of quality, adipose tissue with a high potency of ADRC’s (adipose derived regenerative cells). “We steadfastly demonstrate the ability to help physicians produce quality cell rich adipose tissue using NIL,” says Medical Alliance Services CEO Paul Herchman. “We attended The Cell Society meeting to expose physicians to our technologies and applications for fat grafting and the potential of using NIL adipose tissue for mechanical (non-enzymatic)
isolation of large populations of high quality multi-potent regenerative cells.”
He adds, “We believe this minimal manipulation harvest/processing combination presents a compelling opportunity to advance stem cell research and therapy at significant savings of cost and time. We also clearly understood that if and how these raw materials are used is between the physician and their patients.”