What are exosomes?
They are micro-vesicles that are involved in cell communication, specifically direct cell signaling. They are stem cell-derived and bring a wide array of growth factors to stimulate and modulate many processes within the healing cascade. Exosomes are not cells but are micro-vesicles, which are about 1/1,000th the size of a cell that has no nucleus or DNA. They are considered to be the purest form of cellular therapy available, because their function is to direct tissue and wound healing by activating the patient’s own regenerative cell response.
Types of Conditions Treated:
- Aesthetic Applications
- Chronic Non-healing Wounds
- Soft Tissue Injuries
- Overused Muscle Injuries
How many treatments will it require?
On average, patients can see the effects and potential relief within 4 weeks of the initial treatment.