Exosome Therapy

What are Exosomes?

Exosomes are cellular structures that help cells to communicate with one another. As exosomes move from one cell to another they carry important cargo, like proteins and genetic information.

Essentially, exosomes as messenger vehicles, and the protein and genetic information they carry influences recipient cells.

Exosomes for Orthopedic Pain

Exosomes act as delivery systems for helper molecules like signaling molecules and growth factors, which promote natural healing processes, like tissue regeneration and inflammation reduction. Exosome therapy for orthopedic pain can be administered intravenously or via injection.

Exosomes for therapy are derived from Mesenchymal Stem Cells, which include growth factors and microRNA. These cells catalyze tissue regeneration and help to modulate immunity in cells.

What Can Exosome Therapy Treat?

Exosomes have shown promise in treating a variety of conditions, including:
Exosomal therapy can rejuvenate stem cell availability and function that often diminish with age. The administration of exosomes from healthy donors can also protect against age-related conditions (like bone frailty) that are associated with a reduction in exosomal content.
Exosomal therapy may reduce low back pain caused by degenerative musculoskeletal disorders. Exosomes provide target cells with resistance to oxidative stress and may even halt progression of disc degeneration through antioxidant and anti-inflammatory actions.
Long COVID can alter the gene expression of lung cells, resulting in the development of damage and fibrosis. Exosomes may significantly reduce lung inflammation and improve respiratory function.
Exosomes reduce joint pain and stiffness, improving overall joint function.
Exosomes decrease excessive pain and inflammation from injury, and protect against inflammatory substances from overstimulating the immune system.
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What are the Benefits of Exosomes?

By modulating cell-to-cell communication and promoting tissue repair, Exosome therapy can enhance the healing process and improve outcomes for a variety of conditions.

Exosomes are generally well tolerated, and numerous completed and ongoing clinical trials indicate the safety of Exosome injections.

Administered via infusion or injection, Exosomes typically don't require incisions or lengthy recovery periods.  

What to Expect During Exosome Treatment?

Exosome Infusions

1. Exosomes are administered intravenously (no sedation necessary). 2. The IV process typically lasts 60 minutes.

Exosome Injections

1. A local anesthetic is applied.
2. Exosomes are injected at the site of injury.
3. The injection process typically takes 15-20 minutes.

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