Exosomes are a group of vesicles that originate from multivesicular bodies and are released into the extracellular space when the multivesicular bodies fuse with the plasma membrane. There have been many studies that indicate exosomes play a vital role in creating cell-to-cell communication that creates positive effects on cell regeneration in many tissues throughout the body. Using these stem cells as a therapeutic treatment for a variety of conditions is quite promising. These stem cells offer an array of helpful, therapeutic properties that may be used to treat a variety of diseases and other health conditions.
Exosome Stem Cell Therapy
With new research, the benefits of exosomes are becoming more clear. When cells are exposed to younger organisms, the exosomes from those younger cells can help to rejuvenate older cells. This means that exosome stem cells could play an important role in anti-aging and regenerative medicine. As cells deteriorate, they affect the tissues and organs, resulting in degenerative disease. Using exosome stem cells, these cells can give supportive function to the aging, degenerated tissue for healing and a positive effect on the disease.
Exosome therapy offers a wide range of benefits including helping patients with Lyme disease and chronic inflammation issues. It may also help patients who have an autoimmune disease. This form of therapy has also been shown to be beneficial as a part of anti-aging therapy. Since these exosomes are made of tiny bubbles released from the cells, they act as a form of transportation that brings genetic information and proteins to other cells in the body. By carrying this healthy information to degenerated cells, the old cells can be restored. They may also be used to deliver medication to various parts of the body.
How Therapy is Administered
During exosome stem cell therapy, the exosomes are given as an IV treatment or push. These exosomes are given directly to the area affected, such as the joints that have issues with inflammation. Treatment concentrations can vary from 1 billion exosomes per milliliter to up to 15 billion. Dosing will depend on each patient’s individual needs and condition. Some exosome stem cell treatment procedures use ultrasound, frequency therapy, or other methods. This is performed on an outpatient basis and patients typically experience little to no downtime and no discomfort.
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