• Helps Treat Unresponsive Chronic Pain & Injuries
• Patient Education Marketing & Healthcare Provider Training Turnkey
Exosomes are extracellular lipid vesicles that contain a wide array of proteins along with mRNA (messenger RMA) & miRNA (micro RNA). They are communication mediators b/w cells & contain NO DNA. Exosomes are not cells (a-cellular). Stimulate Re-vascularization of damaged tissue-Angiogenic Function. Signal your stem cells to come to the area of need-Regenerate Function. Modulate Inflammation-Inflammation Function.
WHY ARE EXOSOMES IMPORTANT:
• Exosomes have been shown to be key mediators of cell to cell communication, delivering a distinct cargo of lipids, proteins and nucleic acids that reflects their cell of origin.
• The exosomes released by regenerative cells such as stem cells, for example, are potent drivers of healing and repair. Whereas exosomes secreted from diseased cells could be used to detect and diagnose conditions such as cancers at their earliest and most readily treatable phase.
• Pain Relief: Exosomes have been known to bring healing proteins to the affected area
• Anti-Inflammatory: Exosomes have been known to boost immune response in joints affected by arthritis
• Hair Regeneration: Exosomes have been known to rejuvenate hair and offer growth for some
Stem Cells Come From A Variety Of Sources Including Blood, Bone Marrow, Umbilical Cord Blood, And Adipose Tissue.