Exosomes belong to the class of extracellular vesicles released by biofluids, such as plasma, urine, and saliva. The vesicles are enriched with ribonucleic acid (RNA), an essential component of biological macromolecules, which carry proteins from the DNA of a cell to its ribosome.
The composition of exosomes makes the therapy very effective in different areas of the body, including psychological and therapeutic processes. Because it is a cell regenerative therapy, exosome therapy is used to treat different neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, Huntington’s disease and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
Some other common conditions exosome stem cell therapy can be used for include chronic fatigue, arthritis, wrinkles, muscle weakness and fatigue, as well as chronic autoimmune and inflammatory diseases. It can also be used for chronic kidney problems, coronary artery condition, and heart failure.
Also, inhalation treatment for asthma, COPD, and respiratory issues can be treated using exosomes. Same with wound care cases and peripheral artery disease. The efficacy of exosome therapy has also been recorded for certain mental disorders.
Usage of Exosome Stem Cell Therapy
Exosomes are used in treating different conditions such as mast cell activation syndrome (MCAS). The RNA inserted into the cells gives instructions needed for the cells to produce their own inflammation regulating substance, thereby stabilizing them and preventing them from becoming dysfunctional.
Exosomes can also be used as a replacement for bone marrow aspirations (BMA) or be used in combination with BMA. Exosomes also play a key role in platelet-rich plasma (PRP) activity as theyhelps in exploring the therapeutic potentials for cell regeneration. They can also be used with PRP for systemic or IV treatments.
Exosomes can be mixed with PRP for all musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions that need an extra boost and don’t respond to PRP well. They can also be mixed into the IV bag or as a direct push for IV/systemic treatments. Exosomes can also treat other conditions such as: Hair Restoration, Aging Skin, and Sexual Enhancement.
Exosome Stem Cell Therapy for Hair Restoration
With exosomes, using hair implants may soon be a thing of the past. The usage of exosomes will help stimulate your cells to regenerate lost hair. This can be done with or without PRP or protein-concentrating device. There is a lack of strong scientific data on allografts for hair, as PRP by itself doesn’t work well for hair growth. However, the available findings from exosome therapy suggest that the procedure promotes hair growth and regeneration.
Exosome Stem Cell Therapy for Aging Skin
Exosome stem cells can also be used to improve the look and feel of skin, giving you younger-looking skin. This can be done using exosome micro-needling to treat skin problems like stretch marks, wrinkles, pores, lax or thin skin, sun damage, etc. You can use it during PRP facial micro-needling procedures as an upgrade to a standard PRP procedure.
Exosome Stem Cell Therapy for Sexual Enhancement
Exosome therapy is also an effective means of sexual wellness for both men and women. For women, exosome therapy has a regenerative potential that can help reinvigorate your sexual performance if menopause or any age-related conditions have impacted your libido. This is known as an O-shot, a procedure that will cause natural growth factors and reinvigorate your vaginal tissue to create more sexual sensitivity.
For men, this procedure is known as a P-shot, which increases blood flow into the penile area for better and longer erections. Both P-shots and O-shots are very easy procedures with fast results and no down time. You may even resume sexual activity the same day.
How Effective Is Exosome Stem Cell Therapy?
Different medical studies have already established the efficacy of exosome therapy for various conditions. The result will be determined by the severity of the condition and how your body responds to the therapy. When administered, exosomes trigger a two-phase response in the body.
It usually starts with an immediate response which generally lasts for 24 hours or until the initial proteins are broken down. This will be followed by the messenger ribonucleic acid, or RNA, which will help reprogram the cell. Usually 6-10 weeks after the procedure you will be able to experience the benefits of the therapy in your body. The effects may also continue for several months afterward.
How Are Exosomes Stored and Transported?
Exosomes are suspended in saline solution and must be kept frozen. The solution is shipped on dry ice overnight and must be used immediately or kept in a freezer, where it can be kept for up to 6 months. It is not advisable to keep it in a nitrogen tank, or to refreeze it once thawed. The exosome solution does not contain live stem cells and the temperature usually determines its level of concentration.
How Modern Therapy MD Can Help
Exosome stem cell therapy has many benefits that are uncommon in other medical treatments. The easy application, quick procedure, and the lasting results make it a highly favored therapy for both men and women.
We can help you treat the conditions mentioned above, enhance your sexual life, or achieve younger-looking skin with the latest health and age management medical services. At Modern Therapy, we are committed to improving our patients’ quality of life using cutting edge therapies and techniques. You can book an appointment with us today by filling out this free contact form.