Regenerative medicine can help patients struggling with pain and symptoms associated with autoimmune diseases, osteoarthritis, injuries and more. One of the treatments used in regenerative medicine and offered through Balance Hormone is exosome therapy.
What Are Exosomes & What Do They Do?
Exosomes, although commonly referred to as cells are not cells at all. They're extracellular vesicles produced by the cell membrane that act as cell messengers. In fact, exosomes carry information involving genetics and proteins between stem cells. The information carried by exosomes teaches the cells in your body how to react.
Age and certain medical conditions can cause breakdowns in the way cells communicate. As a result, our body's natural healing process diminishes. It's up to the exosomes to step in and take back control.
Using Exosome Therapy to Restore Health
Using exosome therapy, we're able to inject exosomes directly into an affected area or via IV for full-body therapy. As a result, the exosomes may promote tissue repair, thus resulting in reduced pain and symptom relief. Exosome therapy can help treat a wide variety of injuries and medical conditions including, but not limited to:
- Autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, MS, lupus and more
- Neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson's and Alzheimer's
- Joint inflammation
- Chronic fatigue
- Orthopedic injuries
For example, exosomes can be injected near an ankle joint to help improve ankle pain. Or, exosome therapy via IV can help calm down an overactive immune system which may relieve symptoms of various medical conditions.
It's also possible to use exosome treatment to regain some of your youth. Exosomes may improve the effects of aging such as wrinkles and hair loss.
How Does Exosome Therapy Work?
Exosomes are extracted from healthy stem cells found in healthy placenta tissue as well as umbilical tissue. Patients undergoing treatment will receive an IV push or an injection containing billions of these exosomes. Each dose you receive will depend on your unique needs.
Are Exosomes Better Than Stem Cells?
Both exosome therapy and stem cell therapy have their own unique place in a patient's treatment. Although they're both equally effective, your physician will decide which route is best for your medical condition or injury.
Learn More About Exosome Treatment by Calling Us Today
If you suffer from the effects of aging such as sore joints or if you're struggling with the symptoms of a chronic medical condition, we can help. To learn more about exosome therapy, give us a call today at 480-718-9960 or schedule an appointment with our team.