Exosomes play a vital role in the communication and rejuvenation of all the cells in our body.
Mainly, exosomes act as messengers carrying genetic information from cell to cell. The breakdown in communication results in slower recovery, staying ill longer, and an increase in wear and tear on the body. As we age, the steady deterioration of cells can lead to degenerative disease, affecting the organs and tissues of the body. Exosome therapy improves the communication channels between cells to stimulate healing.
What Are Exosomes
Exosomes are small vesicles involved in intercellular communication. Their primary job is to act as a connection between all of our cells, facilitating communication. The information they carry tells our cells to turn on or off certain functions or to react in a specific way. When our cells are communicating well with each other, they rush to the site of injury and begin repairing issues. As we start to get older, they become less and less successful at this process. Injuries can take longer to heal and degenerative conditions inundate our bodies.
How Does Exosome Therapy Work
Exosomes are commonly made by growing stem cells in cultures and then taking the media and getting rid of those stem cells. The media is then ultra-centrifuged, then concentrated. Exosome therapy is delivered intravenously, where the exosomes search for areas in the body in need of cellular repair; or are injected directly into the site of injury. Once the therapy is administered, the cell to cell communication process begins for accelerated healing.
The dosing of exosomes depends on the individual’s needs. When exosomes are delivered directly into an affected joint, they start signaling to the cells to return to healthy function.
Exosome therapy stimulates the body’s natural ability to heal, boosting the speed of healing, recovery, and repairing of tissues. Exposing these older, deteriorated cells to younger, high-functioning cells, allows the older cells to be rejuvenated and support healing.
Benefits and Treatment
Exosomes have been shown to help conquer fatigue, reduce inflammation, and speed up the process of recovering after an injury. Exosome therapy has proven to be quite important in maintaining a healthy cellular terrain. Here are a few of the benefits of receiving exosome therapy:
Pain relief – Effective and non-invasive way to treat pain. Brings healing proteins to the affected area
Anti-inflammatory – Boosts immune response in joints affected by arthritis.
Hair regeneration – Promotes hair growth
Non-surgical procedure – minimally invasive
Improved libido– Shown to increase sex drive in some
This therapy can improve signaling between cells, reduce inflammation, cause cells to regenerate, and modify the body’s immune response if it’s not healthy.
Exosome Therapy at BioCure
Exosomes, when utilized effectively, boost one’s immune response. Exosome therapy supports healing by providing the additional information from younger cells that your body needs.
Exosome therapy is most commonly performed on an outpatient basis. Most patients should expect to leave the clinic without any downtime. The amount of treatments needed depends on each individual’s needs. Some patients might benefit from a single treatment and others might need more.
At BioCure, we use cutting-edge technology and science to provide the best options to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Contact us today for a consultation to see how you could benefit from exosome therapy.