Exosome therapy is a regenerative treatment that helps heal and restore damaged tissue.
Exosomes are small, membrane-bound structures that our cells release. They contain proteins, DNA, RNA, and lipids and play a crucial role in cell-to-cell communication. Exosomes are therapeutic for their ability to transfer molecules and signaling factors that can promote tissue repair and regeneration.
Exosomes are a highly effective treatment following an injury because not only do they help to suppress inflammation, but they also promote cell proliferation and the formation of new blood cells, which is essential to delivering nutrients to damaged tissues.
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