Exosome Stem Cell Therapy
Cells that are collectively referred to as “stem cells” are the embryonic stem cells, non-embryonic or adult stem cells, induced pluripotent stem cells, and cord blood cells. Stem cells are recognized by their ability to regenerate other types of cells. No other cells in the body have this ability.
Stem Cell Therapy uses these stem cells to treat or prevent diseases in the body. When cells die, Stem Cell Therapy can be used to replace those cells.
In recent years, Stem Cell Therapy has used for many different medical conditions. However, the treatment has been used for many years as bone marrow transplants.
Stem Cell Therapy is administered with intravenous (IV) treatment or an IV push. The number of treatments needed is dependent on the type and severity of illness. Therapy usually starts with a small dose and increased over time.
Medical conditions that Stem Cell Therapy can treat are:
- Parkinson’s disease
- Alzheimer’s disease
- Huntington’s disease
- Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
- Chronic fatigue
- Muscle weakness and fatigue
- Chronic autoimmune and inflammatory diseases
- Chronic kidney problems
- Coronary artery condition
- Heart failure
Additionally, Stem Cell Therapy can be used for inhalation treatment for asthma, COPD, and respiratory issues. Stem cells can also be used for wound care cases and peripheral artery disease. There is also evidence that it can be used for certain mental disorders.
If you want to learn more about Stem Cell Therapy, please call Modern Therapy. Our medical team is more than happy to offer you a free consultation.