EXOSOME STEM CELL THERAPY


COMING SOON - Exosome therapy is a type of regenerative medicine which uses tissues that have the ability to repair, replace, or restore biological structures and functions that may be lacking due to aging, disease, or destruction.

These cells have recently taken center stage in current national and international biological and medical research. During the last five years, the use of stem cells has been expanded from laboratory research and animal experiments to application in humans. Their use is documented in extensive national and international academic literature with many research centers having reported successful therapies for various illnesses as well as regenerative procedures.

BodyGarage uses the most advanced form of regenerative medicine, called Exosomes, to combat pain, stress, chronic illnesses, and disease. Research shows that Exosomes are able to respond to weaknesses found in the body, repair organ and nerve damage, and transform to meet the needs of other vital cells necessary for healthy immune function. Exosomes can also be administered via injection to target specific joint damage and rebuild cartilage in a particular area. This one-two punch of tissue regeneration and immune recalibration is one of the most powerful treatments available worldwide.



Exosomes can be used to treat conditions such as:

  • chronic inflammatory and autoimmune diseases

  • chronic fatigue syndrome

  • neurodegenerative diseases including Parkinson disease, multiple sclerosis, stroke, chronic inflammatory neuropathies (exosomes penetrate through the blood brain barrier)

  • arthritis

  • regenerative cosmetics: wrinkles, skin, lips and hair

  • acute and chronic tendinitis and tendinosis

  • muscle fatigue and muscle weakness

  • coronary artery disease and congestive heart failure

  • chronic hepatitis and other liver diseases

  • chronic kidney diseases

Stem Cell Therapy in the NFL

Wide receiver for the Green Bay Packers, Jimmy Graham, sought stem cell treatment after a potential career-ending knee injury. Graham was looking at having a second knee surgery, but turned to exosome therapy to heal his patellar tendon.

Graham specifically had an IV injection of extracellular vesicles, which are a group of exosomes and microvesicles. Within hours, his knee was pain-free and he resumed full workouts within days. Graham plans to continue getting treatments throughout the rest of his playing career.

FAQs about Mesenchymal Stem Cell Exosomes:

Q: What is the source of stem cell-derived exosomes?
A: The exosomes we use at BodyGarage are obtained from an FDA registered and audited tissue facility that develops amniotic fluid and placental cell based treatments for regenerative therapies. Our exosomes are produced in a FDA registered tissue facility that follows cGMP production procedures and holds both ISO 9001 and ISO 13485 quality control certification. The production of exosomes is regulated as a 351 tissue product by the Food and Drug Administration.

At BodyGarage, we receive our exosomes delivered on dry ice the day before or day of scheduled injections.

Q: How are exosomes administered?
A: For systemic illnesses and as a part of anti-aging therapy, exosomes are administered intravenously. As a part of joint regenerative therapy, exosomes are administered via intraarticular (joint) injections.

Q: How soon after administration of exosomes can a person expect to see the benefits?
A: Every individual is different, but two key determinants for success are the severity of the condition and the particular body’s response to exosome therapy. Typically, early benefits of therapy are observed in 3-4 months. However, it is not uncommon to see the benefits after 9 to 12 months.

Q: What can I expect after the procedure? Are there any side effects?
A: Exosome injections are usually done on an outpatient basis. Most patients should expect to walk out of the clinic without any major pain or problems. Generally speaking, aside from the initial pain at the injection site, the patient will not experience any discomfort. Less than 5% of (mostly lumbar puncture) patients have developed a minor fever, headache, or nausea. However, these side effects have never lasted more than two days and usually resolve within 24 hours. No long-term negative side effects have been reported.

Q: When can I resume physical activity?
A: The most important part of any exosome therapy is adhering to your post-procedure restrictions, which will be covered before your procedure. For the procedure to have the best chance of creating lasting benefits, we strongly recommend:

  • Refrain from anti-inflammatory medication

  • Rest for the first 24–48 hours, but do not lie sedentary

  • Cardio is allowed after 3–4 weeks

  • After four weeks, weight lifting and running are permitted

Q: Why are exosomes safer than stem cells?
A: Stem cells can proliferate and establish in the recipient’s body, possessing a certain risk of undesirable complications such as new tumor growth. Exosomes do not proliferate but rather transfer valuable biological signals to the recipient’s tissues and facilitate the normalization of various pathological processes.

Q: How do exosomes benefit the inflammatory processes?
A: Exosomes induce high levels of anti-inflammatory cytokines, in contrast to decreased levels of pro-inflammatory molecules. In addition, exosomes can also inhibit macrophage activation. The macrophage is a large white blood cell that is an integral part of our immune system. Its job is to locate microscopic foreign bodies and ‘eat’ them.

Q: How can exosomes benefit musculoskeletal disorders?
A: Experimental data show that stem exosomes stimulate bone growth and skeletal muscle regeneration by directing the stem cells specifically into muscle and bone cell precursors.

Q: How can exosomes benefit neurodegenerative diseases?
A: Exosomes penetrate the blood-brain barrier and stimulate neuronal differentiation, neuronal growth, and suppress inflammatory processes within the brain tissue. Early results show great promise for the application of exosomes in medicine. There is still much that remains to be tested and proven, but the use of mesenchymal stem cell exosomes is proving to be a safe option with minimal side effects.


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Located near downtown Dayton, OH, we believe there is no better type of business than one that helps others in our community live happier and healthier lives. Give us a call at (937) 250-1540 to learn more about the awesome benefits of Exosome Therapy.