Exosomes are so powerful, they could potentially be receptive to every therapeutic area. They are currently an exciting area of research and discovery for many scientists and physicians.

exosome therapy

What Are Exosomes?

Exosome therapy is a new, experimental therapy that is starting to produce some amazing results. These therapies, although promising and exciting, are still mostly unknown and often misunderstood.

The exact definition of an exosome is fairly technical. At a very basic level, exosomes are little vehicles, full of molecular data, that are released from cells into the bloodstream. They carry information, including lipid proteins and important genetic information, between cells.

Exosomes are released from stem cells to other cells. The information exosomes carry can tell another cell what to do (like make a protein the stem cell needs).

For a while, scientists just accepted these little vesicles as a fact of the body, without giving much of a thought into how exactly they work.

Recently, though, scientists have caught on to the potential influences these vehicles could potentially have in the spread of diseases and metabolic conditions, like cancer, diabetes or even obesity. Some more recent studies have even pointed to exosomes’ role in distributing dangerous proteins that accumulate in the brains of people with Alzheimer’s disease.

How Are Exosomes Used?

Exosomes are currently being heavily studied for their potential to solve a variety of drug-delivery problems currently facing therapies that require the delivery of genetic information and proteins.

On top of that, they are also getting a lot of attention for their potential benefits in regenerative medicine. Exosomes themselves can be derived from stem cells, so their regenerative potential is being looked at in a similar way. There is promising evidence that exosome therapy could have a positive impact on degenerative, auto-immune and quickly-spreading diseases (like Parkinson’s, cancer, brain injuries, Alzheimer’s disease, etc).

Exosomes are so powerful, they could potentially be receptive to every therapeutic area. They are currently an exciting area of research and discovery for many scientists and physicians.

*At this time, all exosome therapies are experimental and are not designed to treat, cure or prevent disease.

Who Could Benefit From Exosome Therapy?

Anybody with a degenerative or autoimmune condition could potentially benefit from the infusion of certain types of exosome therapies. At this time, it is believed that exosomes could benefit patients with conditions such as:

While there is still a lot of research to be done before we know exactly how and why exosomes have been showing so many therapeutic strengths, therapies utilizing their power adapted though functional medicine could be a good option for people looking to tackle their chronic conditions at a metabolic level.

Life Restoration at a Metabolic Level

At the Epigenetics Healing Center, we help you restore your life from the inside out. The program combines in-depth laboratory testing and analysis to identify exactly what is causing your conditions in order to tackle it at its root.

Exosome therapy, used in conjunction with other therapies (such as hyperbaric oxygen therapy) as well as a specialized diet, exercise and supplementation routine could have incredible impacts on patients who have all but lost hope in healing their chronic conditions.

Contact Dr. Goodbinder About Exosome Therapy

Do you think you could be a good fit for this type of therapy? If you are interested in this drug-free, potentially permanent solution to your chronic conditions, contact The Epigenetics Healing Center today. Live your life free of what ails you. Call for your consultation today.