What are Exosomes?
Exosomes are tiny extracellular vesicles used that can facilitate cell-to-cell communication as well as promote the repair of damaged tissue. They are released by most body cells and are readily available to help treat a variety of diseases, including cancer, neurodegenerative disorders, and inflammatory conditions.
Recent studies have also found that exosomes can be highly effective in drug delivery to specific tissues or organs within the body. As they are naturally occurring in the majority of your body’s organs and fluids, exosomes are not only minimally invasive but they’re also considered to be a non-toxic native delivery vesicle.
What Are the Benefits of Exosomes?
- muscle strain
- ruptured disk
- spinal fractures
- spine cancer
- infection of the spine
- damage to spinal nerves
- physical trauma or a car accident causing whiplash
- numbness or tingling in your hands
What to Expect During an Exosome Appointment
If you’ve never been to an exosome appointment, you might be wondering what to expect. On intake, a trained physician at Next Level Medical Centers will begin by asking a comprehensive set of questions to determine your current health status, including lifestyle, mental, and physical health.
During your actual exosome treatment appointment, you will most likely receive your dose of exosomes via IV treatment. However, if your issue is joint-related, then your exosomes can be administered via direct injection into the affected joint. Most patients typically feel relief after just one session, but since it’s highly personalized, this may vary between patients and can take up to four weeks before you see a difference. As a minimally invasive procedure, you should experience very little to no downtime and can resume normal functions immediately following the session.