Are you struggling with chronic pain and inflammation? Looking for an effective way to manage your symptoms? At Right Path Pain & Spine Centers in Davenport, FL, we can help. Our exosomes therapy treatments can help you feel your best again. Here’s everything you need to know.
How Long Does Exosomes Therapy Take?
Dealing with pain and discomfort doesn’t just hurt—it can also be frustrating and emotionally draining. Many chronic conditions can cause pain that may not be able to be cured.
But there are several effective ways that you might be able to manage your pain. One method is by getting exosomes therapy. This type of treatment can help you live a pain-free life. The best part is that the entire treatment process is very fast, with most appointments taking only around an hour to complete.
What Are Exosomes?
These are little vesicles that are released by all cells in your body. However, stem cells produce and release more of them. Vesicles are small sacs surrounded by membranes and filled with fluid. These vesicles move substances into and out of different cells.
Exosomes work primarily as messengers. They carry important proteins and genetic information to different parts of your body. By functioning as connections between all the different cells in your body, exosomes tell your body to perform certain tasks, tell certain cells to turn on or off, and do other important things.
What Exactly Is Exosomes Therapy?
This is a revolutionary treatment that is similar to other treatments like stem cell therapy and platelet-rich therapy. However, it differs from treatments like stem cell therapy because instead of using donor cells in your body, the exosomes are extracted from human mesenchymal stem cells or MSCs and then sterilized.
This treatment is delivered to you via an IV. The exosome solution contains proteins, lipids, micro-RNA, messenger-RNA, and several other ingredients. When they’re injected into your body, they help improve communication between your cells. This encourages your cell regeneration as well as enhances your cells’ reactions when your body is injured. Exosomes contain more growth factors than adult stem cells, making them better at encouraging cell regeneration.
How Does This Help with Pain?
When your body is injured, your cells should rush to the site of the injury and start repairing it. However, factors like age or certain medical conditions can hinder your body’s ability to effectively repair damage.
This is what can cause you to feel more pain than you should. It also means that your injury may last longer, as your cells are unable to repair it properly. However, with this type of therapy, the exosomes will help your cells communicate better and encourage healing.
What Do the Exosomes Do?
Once they’re injected into your body, the exosomes in this treatment help two different kinds of cells: your T-cells and NK cells. When you are injured, your NK cells work by ramping up your body’s response while your T-cells help to calm that response. If your T-cells aren’t on or your NK cells aren’t turning off, this is what can cause pain and inflammation.
As the exosomes start working, they tell your body’s cells to start working properly again, reducing the amount of pain and inflammation you’re experiencing. They help turn off your NK cells and tell your body how to react better in the future.
What Can This Type of Therapy Treat?
The older you get, the more changes you’re going to see in your body. These changes aren’t just going to be cosmetic or aesthetic changes either. You’re going to find that your body reacts differently to outside stimuli.
For instance, you’re going to find that it takes a long time for your body to heal from injuries as communication between your cells slows down. This treatment will help the messengers between your cells communicate more effectively, speed up healing, and reduce pain.
This treatment can be used to help manage pain from certain types of arthritis, including rheumatoid arthritis. Rheumatoid arthritis is caused when the antibodies that your body produces to attach to the linings of your joints are attacked by your body’s immune system.
Not only can rheumatoid arthritis be painful, but over time it causes your joints to degrade which, if left untreated, can cause permanent damage to the affected joints. This type of therapy can be a highly effective way of telling your cells to behave properly and keeping your joints healthy and pain-free.
Lyme disease is a vector-borne disease caused most commonly by a bacterium called Borrelia burgdorferi. It can also be caused by a different bacterium called Borrelia mayonii, though this is much less common. It is usually transmitted to humans through tick bites. Initial symptoms usually include fever, headaches, fatigue, and a skin rash.
If it’s left untreated, this infection can spread to other areas of your body including your heart, joints, and nervous system. You can receive this treatment to help the cells affected by Lyme disease heal properly and prevent further flame and inflammation.
Inflammatory Bowel Syndrome
Inflammatory bowel syndrome or IBS is a condition affecting your stomach and your gastrointestinal tract. It causes issues like cramping, constipation, diarrhea, bloating, and gas. Unfortunately, there is no cure for IBS. Instead, the condition must be managed long-term.
This treatment could be an effective way of treating conditions like IBS. While studies are still taking place, because the exosomes reduce inflammation, they are a promising option for managing conditions like this.
This is a disease in which your body’s immune system starts attacking your organs and tissues. It can be an extremely difficult disease to diagnose, as it can often mimic other diseases. Different people suffering from lupus can experience different symptoms.
If you are diagnosed with lupus and looking for a way to manage the inflammation and pain that comes with this disease, this type of therapy might be right for you.
There are a variety of genetic disorders that can affect your body’s response to injury, illness, and pain. For instance, sickle cell disease is a group of inherited disorders that affect the shape of your red blood cells. Instead of being round, the red blood cells in someone with sickle cell disease will be shaped like sickles or crescent moons.
If you have sickle cell disease, you may experience issues like anemia, swelling, frequent infections, vision problems, and episodes of extreme pain. This treatment is a promising way of managing your symptoms, helping you to live more comfortably.
When you are injured, your body can cause the site of the injury to become inflamed. However, sometimes a person’s body believes itself to be injured even when it’s not, which is what causes chronic inflammation.
Chronic inflammation is often associated with conditions like Alzheimer’s, heart disease, and cancer. You can get this treatment to encourage your cells to reduce inflammation and respond more appropriately.
Is This Treatment Safe?
If you are already struggling with a condition that causes a lot of pain and discomfort, then finding a treatment option that has few side effects and won’t put you at risk of further pain is important.
This treatment is completely safe when administered by qualified practitioners like those at our clinic. Your body produces its own exosomes all the time, and it will know how to deal with the exosomes that are injected into your body via this treatment.
How Many Treatments Will Be Necessary?
Everyone is different, so it’s impossible to say how many treatments you may need to see the results you want. The exact number will depend on factors like the type of condition you are struggling with, the severity of it, and how long you have had it.
Some people may need several treatments while others may only need a booster once in a while.
When Will the Results Be Obvious?
Most people start to see a reduction in their symptoms around 3 to 4 months after beginning treatment. The best results of your treatment should be obvious after about 9 months.
Call Our Clinic Today
If you’re ready to get back to a pain-free life, then it’s time to consider exosomes treatment. The team at our clinic will be happy to answer any questions that you might have about this therapy. Call us today to learn more at Right Path Pain & Spine Centers in Davenport, FL.