How Exosome Therapy Helps You

Exosome therapy is a highly targeted, flexible treatment for conditions like osteoarthritis, chronic pain, and musculoskeletal injuries. Genetic disorders, chronic and degenerative diseases, and the natural aging process can all inhibit your cells’ ability to communicate. Exosome therapy improves the communication channels between cells to stimulate healing.
For example, osteoarthritis is an extremely common degenerative joint condition. Stem cell therapy can provide rejuvenating benefits, but results can be limited by external factors and your overall cell health. Exosome therapy supports healing by providing the additional information from younger cells that your body needs.

Our team at LRCI is proud to adhere to strict FDA regulations for product quality and sterility requirements in exosome therapy. They cross the blood-brain barrier for maximum efficacy, and they have a low risk of clumping.

Exosomes are:

  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Anti-fibrotic
  • Easy to administer
Exosome therapy is generally performed in an outpatient setting. Talk to our team to find out what you can expect with treatment and how to gain the best possible results.

Is This a Safe Treatment?

Your body makes and uses exosomes all the time and knows what to do with them. No long-term negative side effects have ever been reported with this treatment. LCRI uses the only FDA-regulated exosomes manufactured in the United States.
How Long Does It Take to See Results? Your results will typically depend on your age, the extent of your condition, and how long you’ve been suffering. As we age, our bodies become slower to respond to stem cell signals. But don’t be discouraged if results aren’t immediate.


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What are the differences between stem cells and exosomes?

Stem cell therapy involves guiding stem cells into becoming specific cells in the body. Stem cells are found in several places, including embryos, umbilical cords, and adult bone marrow and fat.

In stem cell therapy, donor stem cells are placed in your body to replace and repair diseased cells. Stem cells grow and divide for a long time, so treatment gets your body started on the healing process, and then it continues to create healthier cells over time.
When our stem cells are communicating well with each other and doing their job, they rush to the site of injury and begin repairing tissues. As we age, they become less and less good at this process. Injuries take longer to heal and degenerative conditions overwhelm us.
Stem Cells vs Exosomes
Exosomes are responsible for assisting both the T-cells and NK cells in our immune system, among other things. T-cells are responsible for calming an immune response, while NK cells are responsible for ramping up that response. We need both, but when NK cells aren’t “turned off” or T-cells aren’t “turned on,” pain and inflammation are often the results.
When exosomes are injected, they start signaling to the cells to return to healthy function. They send proteins into the walls of the cells telling the cells how to regulate themselves. There are two stages to the body’s response. In the first stage, which happens almost immediately, the inflammation response is turned off. In the second stage, the exosomes basically tell the cells how to regulate themselves correctly in the future, leading to long-term relief.
Exosomes are powerful elements that can restore cells throughout your body. They enhance cell-to-cell communication, which is essential for overall cell health.

Compared to adult stem cells, exosomes contain nearly three times as many growth factors. More growth factors mean a better ability to restore and revitalize target cells.

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