Regenerative Medicine

Regenerative medicine is a relatively new form of medicine that works with exosomes to restore the human body. This type of treatment aims to create repair and create new tissues and heal the damaged areas in the body.  

How do Exosomes and Stem Cells work? 

Discovered more than 30 years ago, Exosomes are vesicles secreted by most cell types already found in the body. Over the past several years, evidence indicates these secreted vesicles are so small in size they are formed inside the cell and act as messengers. An Exosome actually carries and transfers information to neighboring or distant cells much like a delivery truck.

Exosomes are the new frontier in regenerative medicine and are involved in cellular communication. Cells are able to react to the messaging signals from the exosomes and will change their behavior. They provide a wide variety of growth factors and can carry proteins across barriers that cells are not able to cross. Exosomes activate your body’s natural regenerative response by signaling your cells to heal and regenerate.

What are regenerative therapies used for?

Joint Pain: By promoting growth, healing and repair of the surrounding tissues, exosomes can reduce joint pain and inflammation, slow down the progression of arthritis, speed up healing of bone fractures, protect cartilage as well as stimulate the repair of cartilage.

Hair Loss: By injecting exosomes it has clinically been shown to help regenerate and regrow hair as a treatment for hair loss in both men and women in the earlier stages of hair loss.

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