Robert Bowen, M.D. Presents the Advantages of Using Nutational Infrasonic Liposuction

Dr. Bowen presents the Advantages of Using Nutational Infrasonic Liposuction (Tickle Lipo) for Harvesting and Isolating Adipose Derived Regenerative Cells (ADRC’s) at the iFATS in Quebec City, Canada and at the NSCP Show in Las Vegas, NV.
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Oct. 25, 2012 - PRLog -- Dallas, TX:  October 22th , 2012

Dr. Robert Bowen was invited to the International Federation of Adipose Therapeutics and Science (iFATS) conference held in Quebec City, Canada on October 5-7 as well as the National Society for Cosmetic Physicians (NSCP) in Las Vegas, Nevada from October 19 -21 to present his research on an improved method of isolating adult stem cells from adipose tissue (fat) using a unique method of liposuction termed: Nutational Infrasonic Liposuction (N.I.L.), trademarked TickleLipo in the US.  In his presentation he commented that his research helped validate an in-house study, pending publication, performed by Millennium Medical Technologies, Inc. and certain aspects of a study performed in Brazil by Dr. Leandra Baptista and Dr.Radovan Borojevic published in the journal Cytotherapy in 2009 (PMID: 19878057) which indicated that a large number of adult stem cells can be harvested for immediate use, tissue culture, or cryopreservation, without going through the expensive and time consuming process of using an enzymatic digestion process.  Dr. Bowen commented that ,”these cells, that are shaken free by the innate mechanical characteristics  of the device, embrace the promise of therapeutic applications to a variety of degenerative conditions including arthritis, congestive heart failure, COPD, chronic wounds, critical limb ischemia, and soft tissue repair”.  He went on to further explain that the process is simple, and involves a “mini-liposuction” procedure to harvest the fat, a short (30-45 minutes) processing step to obtain and isolate the ADRC’s from the fat, and a re-implantation of the cells into the same patient.  The advantage is that all of this is performed during the same procedure which provides a more cost effective method of harvesting and processing ADRC’s thus making this clinical option available to more patients while still being compliant with current Good Tissue Practice (cGTP).  In response to these findings at iFATS and the NSCP meetings there are currently 3 centers now planning on collaborating to further characterize these cells and determine potential future clinical applications beyond cosmetic related surgeries.

About Robert E. Bowen, M.D., FCCP, FASLMS:  Is a Clinical Associate Professor of Internal Medicine and Co-Director of the Internal Medicine clerkship at West Virginia University Medical Schools Eastern Division.   He is also the founder and director of the Center for Positive Aging located in Martinsburg, WV.  

About Millennium Medical Technologies, Inc.:  MMT is a FDA registered company dedicated to developing, manufacturing and marketing innovative, scientifically proven products for usage within the aesthetics, arthroscopic, gynecologic and laparoscopic fields.

About Medical Alliance Services and TICKLE LIPO:  TICKLE LIPO, also known as Nutational Infrasonic Liposculpture (N.I.L), is a liposuction and fat harvesting device that utilizes the Nutational Infrasonic Liposculpture system (N.I.L.) from Euromi TM and is FDA approved for fat removal and body sculpting. Medical Alliance Services distributes the Tickle Lipo system in the United States.

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