Regenerative Medicine and Exosome Therapy
Exosomes are microscopic messengers organically found throughout the body, floating like bubbles between cells. They act as efficient couriers that move from one cell to another to enhance communication and comprehensive cellular health. Each Exosome is programmed with unique data and nutrients. When an Exosome encounters another cell, the cell uploads a status update, along with a nutrient payload and instructions for mirroring young, healthy cells.
Exosomes are an essential facet of our biology. Recently, scientists have assessed how to culture and use them to help regenerate tissue and improve some systemic conditions. Exosomes can be generated from any kind of cell in your body.
The Role of Exosomes in Regenerative Medicine
Exosomes can regenerate tissue in a specific location as well as treating a systemic/whole body condition(s), such as Lyme Disease. Site specific treatments must be used with Pure PRP, since the Pure PRP keeps the healing elements of the Exosomes in the injection(s) site for the specific injury/condition. They are loaded with anti-inflammatory cytokines and interleukins, which can offer fast pain relief. East Village Physical Medicine is effectively using Exosomes to treat numerous muscle and joint conditions such as: knee & hip pain, shoulder and arm pain, neck, and back pain.
Do Exosomes help with Joint Pain?
Exosomes are frequently used to facilitate Joint Pain Treatment. Exosomes possess strong anti-inflammatory properties and are pro-growth.
Are Regenerative Treatments covered by insurance?
Insurance does not usually cover regenerative treatments. We have several treatment plans to accommodate patients’ budgets.
How many Exosome Therapy Treatment sessions are necessary?
The number of Exosome Therapy Treatment sessions depends on several variables,including the condition being treated, the severity of the condition, and the patient’s recovery process. Some patients only require 1 treatment, while others might require several.
When will patients see results from Exosome Therapy?
That depends. We typically look for changes within 12 weeks.