Exosomes: What are exosomes and why are they important?

Exosomes are extracellular vesicles (particles that are naturally released from a cell that cannot replicate) that are responsible for certain genetic information, otherwise known as Exosomes cell to cell communication, particularly in their ability and power to help stem cells communicate between themselves to regenerate the cells, organs, and repair muscle tissue. They transport molecules that are essential regulators of intracellular information between close and distant cells.
Exosomes play a vital role in the communication and rejuvenation of all the cells in our body. Despite not being a cell, Exosomes have proven to be quite important in maintaining a healthy cellular terrain. Exosomes are typically made by growing stem cells in culture.
Exosomes contain different molecular constituents of their cell origin; these include proteins and RNA. Meanwhile, the Exosome protein composition varies with the cell and tissue of the origin; most Exosomes contain an evolutionarily conserved common set of protein molecules.

Stem cells vs exosomes:

Stem cells are a special type of cell found in the body. They’re unique because they can become any type of cell, and they act as both building blocks and repair mechanisms in your body.

Exosomes are extracellular vesicles, which is the medical term for tiny bubbles that are released from stem cells. Exosomes carry genetic information and proteins to cells throughout your body, and they create paths for communication between cells.

How Exosomes works:

Exosomes carry genetic information. Protein and messenger RNA, they can relay this information, letting cells know when to and how to react. This Exosomes cell-to-cell communication is possible due to its unique shape and content.
Exosomes from young stem cells rejuvenate the older cells and assist in calming an overactive immune system or modulating it to respond in a coordinated and more effective fashion.

What is exosome therapy used for?

After getting exosome therapy, your exosomes will communicate new, healing messages to your cells. This leads to your cells telling your body to heal itself through its own regenerative process.

Hair Loss: Exosomes injection can be used to regrow hair loss due to its growth factor content. When injected, Exosome will trigger healing, cell stimulation and natural regeneration of these hair follicles. Exosome hair loss therapy is cutting-edge in hair restoration. According to research, there is a positive relationship between Exosomes and Hair loss. Exosomes are ideal for people with thinning hair, excessive shedding, or hair loss proper. This is because Exosomes are regenerative cells that can heal, repair, stimulate and restore cells and tissues.

Lyme Disease: Exosomes may help to regulate processes in the body and may also be beneficial to patients with Lyme disease. Lyme disease is a very complex disease, which compromises the immune system. Many Lyme patients suffer from dysfunction of the mast cells, increasing their inflammatory response and metabolic function. Incorporating Exosomes treatment in their treatment regimen may help break the inflammatory response and provide the body with necessary cellular information to facilitate healing.

Arthritis: Arthritis as we all know, is the joint inflammation resulting from an autoimmune disease. Although various types of treatment are available to alleviate symptoms, no known therapy has been confirmed effective in reversing the disease progression.
In the field of regenerative medicine today, with the discovery of extracellular macrovesicles, especially Exosomes, many researchers have been able to offer a more exciting alternative on this subject matter. Exosome arthritis therapy is believed to play a more substantial role in bone and cartilage remodeling.
In a nutshell, Exosomes provides enormous potential in the field of regenerative medicine.

The benefits of Exosome therapy:

Exosome therapy is a highly targeted, flexible treatment for conditions like osteoarthritis, chronic pain, and musculoskeletal injuries. Genetic disorders, chronic and degenerative diseases, and the natural aging process can all inhibit your cells’ ability to communicate. Exosome therapy improves the communication channels between cells to stimulate healing.

For example, osteoarthritis is an extremely common degenerative joint condition. Stem cell therapy can provide rejuvenating benefits, but results can be limited by external factors and your overall cell health. Exosome therapy supports healing by providing additional information from younger cells that your body needs.

The Exosomes we use are:

  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Anti-fibrotic
  • Easy to administer

We have a low dose at 5 billion cells and high dose at 75 billion cells

How Much Does Exosome Therapy Cost?

After performing some research, the average exosome therapy cost is in the $3,000-$3,500 range. The therapy is often delivered intravenously (IV) Meaning for knee arthritis treatment the patient will often get an IV plus a knee injection.

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