Exosome Therapy Aids Healing and Reverses Aging
The human body is an intricate network of form and function. The cells communicate with each other chemically through the excretion of exosomes. Exosomes are extracellular, which means they do not contain nuclei or DNA. Rather, exosomes facilitate the flow of communication between cells, allowing them to coordinate their abilities to heal and grow properly.
By harnessing the power of exosomes, Dr. John Haasis can conduct breakthrough work in the fields of orthopedics and aesthetics. Your body has the capacity to accomplish greatness, but it may need a translator to help its internal structures communicate optimally. Dr. Haasis is just that expert.
Conveniently located in Greenville, South Carolina, Dr. Haasis specializes in exosome therapy to aid healing and reverse aging. Your cells are ready to talk, and Dr. Haasis speaks their fascinating language. Contact our office to begin a conversation that ends with health and happiness on a cellular, spectacular level.
- 1 What Are Exosomes?
- 2 Organicell Flow
- 3 Benefits of Exosome Therapy
- 4 Eligible Candidates
- 5 Private Consultation in Greenville, South Carolina
- 6 Preparation and Procedure
- 7 Recovery and Results
- 8 Complementary and Alternative Procedures
- 9 FAQ
- 10 References
What Are Exosomes?
Exosomes are the microvesicles that conduct signals between your cells. Although they are only about one one-thousandth the size of a typical cell, exosomes convey vital biochemical information with epic efficiency.
When you experience pain, tissue damage, or injury, exosomes send out a chemical distress signal. Healthy cells secrete exosomes to aid the wounded cells in need. Exosomes are like the paramedics at the scene of an accident. They will rush forward to help, communicate their findings to their fellow medical team members, and gather the necessary resources to minimize your distress.
Exosome Therapy for Joint Damage
When you are injured, thousands of cells suffer. The problem is, they are all in the same general location. The cells in your wounded ankle, for example, are crying out for help, but their pleas only reach other damaged cells in the immediate vicinity. By introducing exosomes from healthy cells, Dr. Haasis is able to amplify the injured cells’ voices and coordinate the healing process.
Mesenchymal stromal cells, or MSCs, are rich with exosomes. MSCs can be found plentifully in bone marrow and adipose (fat) tissue. Dr. Haasis can harvest exosomes from a donor’s MSCs and redirect them to where they can do the most good, for example: your aforementioned hurt ankle. Once you get exosomes chatting, there is almost no limit to what they can say!
Exosome Therapy for Aesthetic Enhancement
The aging process is inevitable, but the more we understand it, the more we can slow its progression. As skin accumulates years, it also collects unwanted wrinkles. This is due, in part, to the lack of collagen production that occurs later in life.
By increasing the flow of exosomes to an area of the body that is experiencing excessive wrinkling, Dr. Haasis controls the messaging within the body. Exosomes allow proteins like collagen to multiply and heal aging skin, replenishing one’s youthful appearance in the process.
Exosomes are an undeniably valuable commodity, so Dr. Haasis relies on the best technology to attain them. Organicell Flow is a process that harvests extracellular vesicles, like exosomes, from diligently screened donors according to the guidelines of the FDA (Food and Drug Administration).
By focusing on the rich possibilities presented by exosomes, Organicell is able to advance scientific knowledge by amazing margins every day. This system truly lives on the cutting edge of medical research. For example, Organicell is coordinating its efforts with the Mayo Clinic to determine if their extracellular vesicle products can be a useful tool in the fight against COVID-19.
Benefits of Exosome Therapy
The use of exosomes has shown promise in treating conditions as varied as chronic inflammation to immune deficiencies.[4,5] Dr. Haasis is not only a great practitioner of exosome applications, but he is also a diligent student. He loves to learn about new breakthroughs at every stage of this fascinating medical discipline, and his knowledge goes directly to benefit you, his fortunate clientele.
- Joint repair
- Heals tissue damage
- Hair restoration
- Skin rejuvenation
- Wrinkle reduction
To experience these benefits (and more) for yourself, contact Dr. Haasis in Greenville, South Carolina.
If you have struggled with joint pain or injuries, then you may be the perfect candidate for exosome therapy. You may have tried physical therapy, cortisone shots, pain medications, and other expensive avenues, yet received little to no relief. The human body itself might have the ideal remedy for your issues, and they are lurking in the shadows of science.
Dr. Haasis is here to shine a light into those shadows and illuminate a world of possibilities because of exosomes. In addition to the many orthopedic benefits that exosomes provide, the extracellular vesicles also pose a bevy of cosmetic applications. If you struggle with sagging skin, hair loss, or other symptoms of aging, consider a boost from exosome therapy. Dr. Haasis can determine your eligibility for this revolutionary procedure during your initial consultation.
Private Consultation in Greenville, South Carolina
Communication is the foundation of wellness. Exosomes carry healing and helpful chemical signals throughout the body, so we should learn a lesson from their example. Dr. Haasis is a great fan of communication. He strives to impart his expertise and dedication to every patient who visits his office.
So, now it’s your turn.
When you arrive for your consultation, be prepared to share your medical history and future goals. After all, the more you communicate, the more Dr. Haasis can help. He is an expert in the burgeoning field of integrative medicine. By focusing on the power of the body to heal itself, Dr. Haasis eschews toxic prescriptions and invasive surgical methods in favor of solid science. Humans have been recovering and rebounding from illness and injury for millennia. Dr. Haasis sees limitless value in the lessons that physiology has to share with us. He is like the human equivalent of an exosome; he listens, he learns, and he puts his genius to great use helping those around him.
Preparation and Procedure
During your individual consultation, Dr. Haasis and his associates will provide you with the necessary information you need to prepare for exosome therapy. These instructions will be tailored to your anatomy and needs, so please follow them carefully.
The exact nature of your procedure will adhere to the specific root of your medical issue(s). Dr. Haasis will direct the concentrated power of extracellular vesicles to the point where they can do the most good. If that happens to be your knee, for example, then the procedure entails injections to the site of your joint pain. The exosomes will aid in the communication between cells within the immediate area. Ligaments, muscles, and even bone can benefit from exosome therapy.
If you are receiving exosome therapy for aesthetic enhancement, the injections will be placed exactly in the area(s) that require the most collagen production. Dr. Haasis will explain the process more explicitly during your personal consultation.
Recovery and Results
Exosome therapy is minimally invasive, but it can yield maximum results. Downtime is negligible, but please pay attention to Dr. Haasis’ aftercare advice.
The rewards from exosome therapy may begin manifesting in as little as six weeks, depending on the extent of the damage they are intended to repair. Hair restoration may take longer, as the nature of follicle stimulation is different than other types of tissue maintenance.
Complementary and Alternative Procedures
Just as mesenchymal stromal cells are rich with the healing properties of exosomes, so too does your blood contain the power to generate positive change. Your plasma contains platelets, so named for their flat, circular shape (like a dinner plate). When platelets communicate with one another, they form a cohesive mesh that patches wounds by clotting the blood. By isolating platelets into a serum called platelet-rich plasma (PRP), Dr. Haasis can amplify the healing power of even a tiny blood sample.
As mentioned above, bone marrow is rife with mesenchymal stromal cells (MSCs). MSCs are also known as stem cells due to their ability to flourish into specialized cells that aid in healing and healthy growth. Dr. Haasis is a maestro of stem cell research and application, conducting a symphony of solutions in his Greenville clinic. To benefit from his harmonious, holistic approach to integrative medicine, contact us at your earliest convenience.
The exact price of exosome therapy depends on the demands of each individual patient. A minor injury may require minimal amounts of specialized extracellular material, while extensive damage calls for a plethora. Please contact our office to discuss our transparent cost breakdown and schedule a consultation.
Yes. The science of exosomes is intricate and complicated, so you need a practitioner who is well versed in the language of extracellular vesicles. Dr. John Haasis has dedicated his life to wellness and healing, and he is ready to put his experience to work for you.
- Keating A. (2006). Mesenchymal stromal cells. Current Opinion in Hematology, 13(6), 419–425. https://doi.org/10.1097/01.moh.0000245697.54887.6f
- Organicell Flow product website, retrieved from https://organicell.com/organicell-flow/
- Organicell website. (2020). FDA Approves Two Emergency INDs to Administer Organicell Flow for COVID-19. Retrieved from https://organicell.com/fda-approves-two-emergency-inds-to-administer-organicell-flow-for-covid-19/
- Chang, Y. H., Wu, K. C., Harn, H. J., Lin, S. Z., & Ding, D. C. (2018). Exosomes and Stem Cells in Degenerative Disease Diagnosis and Therapy. Cell Transplantation, 27(3), 349–363. https://doi.org/10.1177/0963689717723636
- Zhang, Z.G., Buller, B. & Chopp, M. (2019). Exosomes — beyond stem cells for restorative therapy in stroke and neurological injury. Nature Reviews Neurology, 15, 193–203. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41582-018-0126-4