What Are the Benefits of Exosome Therapy?
Treats a Wide Variety of Conditions
One example of a well-known degenerative condition that exosome therapy can help with is osteoarthritis. Many people are aware that regenerative medicine is often used to improve this condition, but what you may not know is that older regenerative techniques, such as stem cell therapy, can’t always achieve the results you’re looking for. If cellular health is poor, stem cell injections may not be able to do anything, for instance. That’s where exosome therapy can make a huge difference. This therapy actually improves the communication between the older cells and the newer cells, causing other therapies to work correctly and enhancing healing.
Improves or Even Restores Cellular Communication
When the body suffers from a disease, it can interfere with the ability of cells to communicate with one another. This lack of communication can cause or exacerbate many illnesses. Exosome therapy regulates and restores effective communication, improving your health in ways no other therapy can.
Can Improve Effectiveness of Drugs
Facilitates Cellular Renewal
By providing the exosomes an injection form, we can overcome this issue so that people with damaged tissues can still see new cell growth and healthy cellular repair.
Poses Little Risk of Reactions
Because exosomes are naturally produced by all of your cells, this is considered a very safe treatment. Unlike with many medications, for example, there is not much chance of a person having a major allergic reaction to something their body naturally produces constantly, like exosomes. We get exosomes from adult mesenchymal stem cells.
Can Be Better Than Stem Cells
However, if your body is struggling to make the exosome messengers, the answer might not be stem cells. In some cases, better and faster healing may be accomplished with exosomes, instead. And in some cases, it may not be safe to use stem cell therapy at all, at times when there is a concern the body might turn stem cells into harmful instead of helpful cells. In those cases, exosomes can still be safe and effective, helping the existing cells communicate and regenerate.
This therapy also has general benefits for nearly any condition that is similar to what you will also experience with stem cell therapy. Treatment with exosomes can:
- Support energy and metabolic function
- Help build muscle
- Reduces inflammation
- Increase the health of the immune system
- Improve management of chronic pain
- Reverse neurological damage for improved brain health and function
How Does Therapy Work?
Exosomes have also been used to treat Lyme disease, which is a complex disorder that affects the immune system and often results in reduced metabolic function and increased inflammatory responses. Exosomes can stop the inflammatory response and facilitate healing of the mast cells, which improves the immune system and helps it function properly.
Tendinitis is an inflammatory condition, and because exosomes are excellent at reducing inflammation and promoting cellular healing, they can be very effective in any case where tendons need to be repaired. This therapy can both reduce inflammation and speed up the healing of torn and worn muscles and tendons.
It is possible to use exosomes at any stage of wound healing, all the way to the end, where it can result in reduced risk of scar formation. As described above, the ability of exosomes to control the immune response and reduce inflammation makes it a powerful approach to treating unhealed wounds.