Stem Cells & Exosomes
Regenerative therapy is healing non-functioning cells in a process of replacing and renewing human cells and tissues for the purpose of restoring your optimal body function. This may include the use of stem cells in a medically appropriate and individualized manner or Exosomes. Both of these amazing therapies contain all of the instructions and tools your body needs to start to heal itself including cellular scaffolds, growth factors, cytokines and specialty molecules to help recover, rebuild and renew. Cytokines are signals that tell the stem cells and growth factors what to do and what to become. Growth factors include collagen, a key building block for joints and connective tissues, amino acids to help build proteins, and other growth factors that stimulate tissue development
Are you tired of hearing...
“You’ve got bone on bone, there’s nothing that can be done.”
“Surgery is your only option from here.”
“We just don’t know what else to do for you.”
“There’s a new medication that might help.”
“Knee replacements work really well, why not just get it done?
“We can inject steroids for inflammation”
What Can Stem Cells Be Used For?
When injected into the site of an injury, mesenchymal stem cells have the amazing ability to reduce inflammation, induce our body’s own stem cells to repair damaged tissue and in some cases actually turn into the tissues that have been damaged or lost. Stem cell therapy can be used to treat...
Muscle, ligament and tendon injuries
Arthritis of the knee, hip and shoulders
Back pain, degenerative disc disease
Rotator cuff issues, golfers and tennis elbow
Medical conditions such as COPD, asthma, tremors and MS
Advantages of Stem Cell Therapies:
Supplement and replace damaged or inadequate connective tissue and cells utilizing regenerative molecules.
Modulates and reduces the inflammation of the injured area with anti-inflammatory cytokines.
Incorporates with the damaged tissue at the site of injury without rejection due to immunosuppressive properties.
Provides a complete range of natural cellular scaffolding and growth factors to promote the regenerative process.
Does not require invasive procedures like bone marrow aspiration, or adipose tissue extraction, resulting in shorter procedure time and faster recovery with less pain.
These stem cells are much younger than those found in your body, and therefore they have more capacity to repair damage and are less susceptible to degenerative disease.
Advantages of Exosome Therapies:
Exosomes are regarded as the purest form of cellular signaling available because their function is to direct tissue and wound healing by activating cell responses. This is the newest generation of naturally bioactive products for regenerative therapies. Exosomes induce changes in nearby cells that create the appropriate healing environment and aid in tissue repair. As the technology and discovery of new methods of treating patients has evolved, scientific evidence shows that the optimal way to provide true regenerative therapy is to directly provide the signals as its own therapy and avoid potential issues with delivering and keeping transplanted cells alive. The 1,000+ regulatory proteins, RNAs and other biomolecules found to naturally occur in ExoFlo have been shown preclinically to help modulate inflammatory healing processes. This is accomplished by activating and recruiting local cells to revascularize the area and reduce the inflammatory response to allow natural healing.
Potential Treatments Using Exosome Therapy:
Exosomes may help regulate processes within the body. Patients with Covid-19 or Long Covid, chronic inflammation, autoimmune disease and other chronic degenerative diseases may benefit from including exosomes in their treatment regimen.
Exosomes may also be beneficial as part of an anti-aging therapy. Patient with degenerative joint disease have also benefitted from the use of exosomes.
Lyme Disease is a very complex disease, caused by the Borrelia burgdorferi bacteria, which compromises the immune system. Tick-borne disease can also come with multiple co-infections. A combination of factors causes the onset of illness as immune system functions become disrupted leading to diminishing cellular health, immune function, metabolic function and dramatically increasing inflammation. Many Lyme patients often have dysfunction of the mast cells, increasing their inflammatory response. Inflammation is a central player in most neurodegenerative diseases as well. Incorporating exosomes into a multi modality treatment regimen may help break the inflammatory cycle and provide the body with necessary cellular information to facilitate healing.