Exosomes are explained as a significant innovation in cell therapy. They aren’t cells, but they play a vital role in both the communication and repair of every cell in the human body. Previous research has indicated that communication between cells is crucial in conserving a healthy cellular terrain.
Age, genetic disorders, chronic disease, and environmental factors always impact the communication process of our stem cells with other cells, thereby obstructing a healing operation. Exosomes are a significant player who controls these communication processes.
Exosomes, also called small bubbles, or extracellular vesicles are gotten mostly from stem cells. They’re like transportation for genetic data and protein navigation to other cells.
Exosomes ensures that communication between cells is carried out, transferring molecules that are vital conductors of intracellular data between distant and close cells. They transmit information from one point to the other with different goals and functions, ordering cells how and when to react
Recent studies have shed valuable light on the applicable functionality of Exosomes. By combining old cells from an aged organism to immature cells of a younger organism, it is seen that Exosomes available in the younger stem cells will undertake the role of revitalizing the aged cells. This healing technique is currently being applied in Regenerative Medicine.
Degenerative diseases are caused by a continuous deterioration of cells, which influences the organs negatively. Stem cells conduct cell revitalization, and external influences might obstruct their activities. Stem cells might lose the ability to produce all the needed data.
Aiding stem cells with external Exosomes does have a significant positive effect by producing new data to support the healing process.
How It Works?
During an appointment, Exosomes are typically administered as either IV push or an IV treatment. As a form of rejuvenating treatment, Exosomes are directly injected into the affected location. Sometimes, Exosomes might be mixed with focused ultrasound, regional hyperthermia, or frequency therapy, which aids in attracting them to a specific location in the body.
Patients usually resume normal daily activities after the procedure. Some minor localized, redness, soreness, and discomfort at the injection site might be felt for a few days. Results typically depend on each individual and your doctor’s outlined treatment plan.
What Side Effects are There?
Exosome therapy is carried out on an outpatient arrangement. Almost all patients are expected to leave the clinic without experiencing any downtime, and these individuals don’t experience any significant discomfort.
What is the Expected Time to Return to Normal Activity?
To have a maximum response and benefit from Exosome therapy, at 3R (Regenerative Repair & Relief) we advise the following:
- Stay away from anti-inflammatory medication
- Don’t perform any stressful activity after the initial 48 hours of treatment
- Try starting cardio workouts after four weeks
Are All Exosome Therapy/Treatment Similar for Every Individual?
There are different forms of Exosomes, and there also exists a general standard Exosome solution produced from placental derived mesenchymal stem cells. At 3R (Regenerative Repair & Relief), we’ll determine if personalizing your treatment is best in your condition.