Stem Cell & Exosome Therapies
What Are Stem Cells?
Stem cells are primitive cells in our body serving as a reservoir, able to replenish itself and differentiate into a wide range of specialized cells, in order to replace damaged cells and regenerate tissue. They have innate intelligence, able to home in to injured areas, secrete bioactive molecules that exert local and systemic effects, reduce inflammation, and recruit local cells to assist in the healing process.
What is stem cell therapy?
Stem cell therapy utilizes stem cells to help with various health conditions. There are many types of stem cells, some more primitive than others, thus with more potentials to differentiate. Embryonic stem cells have the most potential to differentiate, but science has not yet found a way to safely harness these cells for use in clinical settings. We are all born with a reservoir of stem cells, but their numbers and quality decline significantly as we age. Stem cell therapy hopes to benefit people’s health using these cells’ innate intelligence, their ability to home in to areas such repair.