Exosomes (a/k/a extra cellular vesicles) are a promising form of regenerative medicine therapy. Anecdotally, exosomes have demonstrated value in aiding the recovery from and preventing both acute and chronic orthopedic and neurological problems. However, they are not FDA approved for these purposes. If you’re in Forest Park and Alpharetta, Georgia, reach out to regenerative medicine specialist Robert E. Windsor, MD, at Georgia RegenRX to see if exosome therapy is right for you.
What are exosomes?
Exosomes are a specialized subtype of small extracellular vesicles that are derived from mesenchymal stromal cells (stem cells). It is truly a unique type of therapy that has shown promising healing results in countless research studies.
When exosomes are harvested, usually from a prescreened donor, and injected directly into injured areas, they provide therapeutic benefits. Exosomes are known for regulating your immune cells, stimulating cell signaling involved in healing, and dramatically decreasing inflammation.
To put all of this into perspective, exosomes simply act as messengers. They tell other cells how and when to react to enhance and improve the healing properties that already occur in your body.
How can exosome therapy help me?
Georgia RegenRX proudly offers exosome therapy treatments for men and women suffering from debilitating pain-causing conditions and injuries. This innovative type of treatment may benefit you if you have:
- Joint pain
- Back pain
- Nerve damage
- Soft tissue injuries, including strains and sprains
- Torn or damaged cartilage, possibly due to arthritis
Exosome therapy even has shown promising benefits for helping with serious ailments such as Parkinson’s disease. Georgia RegenRX is home to a team of leading regenerative medicine specialists, so you can feel confident about getting results from your exosome therapy treatment.
What can I expect from an exosome therapy treatment?
When you come in to Georgia RegenRX for an evaluation, your dedicated practitioner goes over your medical records and sits and talks with you about your symptoms. They design your exosome therapy treatment plan based on your concerns.
During your exosome therapy treatment, you receive one or more injections into injured or inflamed areas, such as joints. While no downtime is needed, you might have some temporary swelling or inflammation after your exosome therapy treatment.
With each passing week, as exosomes continue stimulating healing processes, your symptoms should improve. While you may experience optimal results as quickly as 4-8 weeks after your exosome therapy session at Georgia RegenRX, your practitioner may recommend follow-up treatments if you have a more complex condition.
Individual results may vary.