Dr. Douglas Hanner, D.C., F.A.C.O.

/Dr. Douglas Hanner, D.C., F.A.C.O.

About Dr. Douglas Hanner, D.C., F.A.C.O.

Doug is one of only a few chiropractors in South Carolina who has completed a four year orthopedics program in addition to his undergraduate and chiropractic education. He is board certified in orthopedics by the Academy of Chiropractic Orthopedists.

Free Stem Cell Seminar

By |2018-05-09T11:13:08+00:00May 2nd, 2018|Events|

Free Stem Cell Seminar Greenville, SC May 30 12:00 PM / 6:00 PM Stem Cell Therapy and Regenerative Medicine are among the most exciting areas in medicine today! Conditions that were previously thought to be permanent or require surgery are now being researched and treated with Stem Cell Therapy. Stem Cell Therapy provides an influx [...]

Free Stem Cell Seminar in Anderson, SC

By |2017-11-20T04:43:43+00:00November 20th, 2017|Events|

Stem Cell Therapy and Regenerative Medicine are among the most exciting areas in medicine today. Many conditions that were previously thought to be permanent or require surgery are now being researched and treated with Stem Cell Therapy. These conditions include osteoarthritis, autoimmune disease, neurodegeneration, brain and spinal cord injury, blood-cell formation, vision impairment, and many more.

Stem Cells and Tissue Engineering: An Overview of Modern Advances and Discoveries related to Stem Cells that contribute to Replacement of Native Tissue

By |2017-11-14T07:31:19+00:00November 14th, 2017|Research|

Stem Cells and Tissue Engineering: An Overview of Modern Advances and Discoveries related to Stem Cells that contribute to Replacement of Native Tissue Johnson H and Gallicchio VS ABSTRACT The number of patients that need engineered tissue replacements is on the rise. Tissue engineering is a subset of the field of regenerative medicine that patients [...]

Therapeutic Effects of Aging Stem Cells – Journal of Stem Cell Research

By |2017-11-14T07:23:08+00:00November 14th, 2017|Research|

Therapeutic Effects of Aging Stem Cells Michelle T. Lussier, Vincent S. Gallicchio. ABSTRACT Have researchers stumbled upon a way to create our own fountain of youth? Stem cells are unspecialized cells in the body capable of self-renewal and differentiation, ultimately responsible for the regenerative capacities of our body’s tissues. Known changes that occur on the [...]

Free Stem Cell Therapy Seminar in Anderson, SC

By |2017-11-02T15:57:07+00:00November 2nd, 2017|Events|

Free Stem Cell Seminar in Anderson, SC Stem Cell Therapy and Regenerative Medicine are among the most exciting areas in medicine today. Many conditions that were previously thought to be permanent or require surgery are now being researched and treated with Stem Cell Therapy. These conditions include osteoarthritis, autoimmune disease, neurodegeneration, brain and spinal cord [...]

Why ‘Useless’ Surgery Is Still Popular – The New York Times

By |2017-07-10T01:53:53+00:00July 7th, 2017|Research|

Before a drug can be marketed, it has to go through rigorous testing to show it is safe and effective. Surgery, though, is different. The Food and Drug Administration does not regulate surgical procedures. So what happens when an operation is subjected to and fails the ultimate test — a clinical trial in which patients are randomly assigned to have it or not?

Umbilical Cord Stem Cells

By |2017-07-10T01:53:45+00:00July 7th, 2017|Research|

Human umbilical cord (UC) is a promising source of mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs). Apart from their prominent advantages, such as a painless collection procedure and faster self-renewal, UC-MSCs have shown the ability to differentiate into three germ layers, to accumulate in damaged tissue or inflamed regions, to promote tissue repair, and to modulate immune re- sponse. There are diverse protocols and culture meth-ods for the isolation of MSCs from the various compart-ments of UC, such as Wharton’s jelly, vein, arteries, UC lining and subamnion and perivascular regions. In this review, we give a brief introduction to various compart-ments of UC as a source of MSCs and emphasize the potential clinical utility of UC-MSCs for regenerative medicine and immunotherapy.