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Exosomes: Unveiling the Power of Intercellular Communication

Discovered approximately three decades ago, exosomes are a subset of extracellular vesicles, typically ranging from 30 to 150 nm in size, that have emerged as key players in recent biomedical research.

Once considered cellular 'dustbins,' exosomes have now taken center stage for their role in facilitating intercellular communication. Their small size, widespread secretion, and ability to migrate within living organisms have garnered significant attention.

These nano-sized particles are naturally released from cells, including mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs), and serve as messengers for cell-to-cell communication. They have the remarkable ability to release growth factors and facilitate various beneficial processes.

Exosomes are derived from various types of MSCs. Our Exosomes are meticulously harvested from the growth media of human Wharton's Jelly-derived MSCs, then meticulously filtered and concentrated.

Our exosomes are derived from low-passage umbilical cord Wharton's Jelly MSCs, recognized as one of the most potent sources of MSCs.

Exosome IV Treatment Benefits & Uses

Inflammation Management

Our approach effectively manages inflammation across the body, igniting the body's innate healing mechanisms, aiding in cellular damage repair, and ultimately expediting the recovery process.

Chronic Pain Relief

Our solution is designed to assist in the management and alleviation of chronic pain. By reducing inflammation and fostering cellular health and regeneration throughout the body, we provide a comprehensive approach to relieving long-term pain. Experience a life with less pain.

Tissue Revitalization

We aid your body in the restoration of damaged tissues and cells, actively promoting natural cell regeneration for both immediate and lasting improvements in your overall health. Your well-being is our primary concern.

Exosome FAQ

Is Exosome Therapy Safe?

Exosome therapy is generally considered safe, particularly because it is a non-cellular therapy. Exosomes serve as cell 'messengers,' distinct from stem cells. Consequently, this form of therapy does not carry the risk of the patient's body rejecting the treatment.

Is Exosome Therapy FDA Approved?

Exosome therapy has not received FDA approval at this time. Nonetheless, it's important to note that our exosomes are sourced, collected, and processed within the stringent guidelines of an FDA-approved facility.

What Are the Potential Side Effects of Exosome Therapy?

Exosome therapy is administered via injection into the bloodstream, and as with any injection, the most common side effects may include mild swelling, redness, and/or bruising at the injection site.

In rare cases, some patients may experience a mild fever or headache, which typically subsides within 24 hours.

What's the Difference Between Exosomes and Stem Cells?

Exosomes and stem cells share the goal of promoting healing in the body, but they are fundamentally different. Exosomes are vesicles that serve as messengers between cells, aiding in the normal functioning of the body. In contrast, stem cells are undifferentiated cells with the potential to develop into various cell types within the body.

Exosome therapy, being non-cellular in nature, can be a valuable option for individuals who prefer not to undergo cell-based therapy for personal reasons.Exosomes and stem cells share the goal of promoting healing in the body, but they are fundamentally different. Exosomes are vesicles that serve as messengers between cells, aiding in the normal functioning of the body. In contrast, stem cells are undifferentiated cells with the potential to develop into various cell types within the body.

Exosome therapy, being non-cellular in nature, can be a valuable option for individuals who prefer not to undergo cell-based therapy for personal reasons.

How Often Should You Receive Exosome Treatment?

The frequency of exosome treatment is not standardized, as we tailor the treatment plans to each individual's health and recovery objectives. This personalized approach means that every treatment plan is unique.

Given the variability among patients, we regularly assess individuals to determine when they might benefit from a booster treatment to sustain optimal results.

How to Arrange an Appointment?

Scheduling a exosome IV therapy appointment involves an initial consultation. Our medical director oversees this assessment to determine whether exosome IV treatment is suitable for the patient's specific needs and requirements

SCHEDULE YOUR DRIP!

SCHEDULE YOUR DRIP!

 
 

HOW IV HYDRATION WORKS

HOW DO IV DRIPS WORK?

A catheter and a saline-based electrolyte solution are used in an IV fluid drip to deliver selected vitamins and nutrients directly into the bloodstream, bypassing the digestive tract. This process allows for instant availability of the nutrition to address the body's health needs. Compared to consuming vitamins or medications in liquid or pill form, administering them through an IV is more effective. Ingested nutrients must first pass through the digestive system and get broken down before reaching the cells that require them.

Our certified nurses administer our therapies to clients in their desired locations, such as their homes, offices, or hotels. We have a network of licensed and insured nurse practitioners and registered nurses who possess extensive medical backgrounds in emergency rooms, operating rooms, and ICUs, and are highly skilled in IV therapy.

Our IV infusions are made up of essential fluids, electrolytes, vitamins, and antioxidants that help quickly address a variety of conditions and promote overall body health. They are designed to assist with hangovers, dehydration, jet lag, exhaustion, athletic fatigue, and more.

WHO IS A GOOD CANDIDATE FOR IV THERAPY?

IV hydration provides healing benefits that can help boost the immune system, replenish lost nutrients, and improve overall wellbeing. While the body requires a certain amount of vitamins and minerals to function properly, most people don't consume an optimal level of nutrients through their diet. Physicians have used IV therapy for many years to bridge this gap safely and improve the health of patients with few risks or side effects. In addition to feeling better after an IV infusion, some cocktails can also provide relief from symptoms of ailments like fibromyalgia, migraines, or asthma.

IV hydration can be a valuable addition to a personal wellness plan, regardless of whether you have specific concerns or simply want to feel healthier and more energized. Our team can develop customized treatments tailored to your unique needs, incorporating precise combinations of nutrients to help you feel your best self. IV therapy is effective for patients with varied wellness goals and can be used either as a single treatment or integrated into a regular routine.

It's worth noting that IV hydration isn't solely for those who are unwell; it can be beneficial to anyone seeking to improve their overall wellbeing.

WHAT GOES INTO AN IV?

Each concoction differs depending on the health and wellness needs of each patient. The most common ingredients that go into IV's include:

Saline. This a solution of salt in water and is the most common type of fluid for IV's. A Saline solution is great for dehydration and hangovers since sodium is a type of electrolyte.

Vitamins. The benefits of vitamins and antioxidants are essential, as they can give us a boost of energy, strengthen our immune system, plus so much more.

Electrolytes. These essential elements and compounds hydrate our bodies, regulate nerve and muscle function, regulate blood pressure, and more. Besides sodium, your body needs potassium, calcium, bicarbonate, magnesium, chloride and phosphate — all of which are electrolytes.

IS IV HYDRATION SAFE?

IV hydration is a safe procedure that involves the administration of FDA-approved vitamins that have undergone rigorous testing before being offered to clients. A registered nurse administers all IV drips under the guidance of a medical director, and a client's health history is evaluated before the procedure. While side effects from IV hydration are typically mild or nonexistent, some discomfort, itching, bruising, redness, or inflammation at the injection site may occur and could last from a few minutes to several days. True allergic reactions to IV hydration are very rare.

HOW OFTEN SHOULD I GET AN IV?

Our recommendation for clients seeking IV hydration is to receive the treatment at least 1-2 times per month. However, we understand that each person has unique needs, and our approach is tailored accordingly. For those focused on maintaining their overall health and well-being, we suggest two IV drips per month, as this can help address any potential vitamin deficiencies and promote balance.

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