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Stem cells and exosomes can be injected directly in damaged tissue or joints in need of repair, or infused as an IV therapy.

  •  Arthritis
  •  Cartilage regeneration Sports Injuries Vascular Treatment Sports Injuries
  •  Hair restoration
  •  Lip Enhancement and Wrinkle Correction
  •  Skin Tightening


Stem cells have the remarkable potential to develop into many different cell types in the body during early life and growth. In addition, in many tissues they serve as a sort of internal repair system, dividing essentially without limit to replenish other cells. In living tissue, the main purpose of adult stem cells is to use cell division to repair and replace dying cells in order to regenerate damaged tissue.

As we age, our stem cells become less active, less numerous, or both. Stem cells are the “engineer” or “builder” cells that can help repair damaged structures. Each year millions of Americans suffer from musculoskeletal and arthritis pain. While some people get better over time, a significant number progress to chronic pain. The causes of musculoskeletal pain are numerous. Cartilage in joints can be damaged from trauma, an imbalance in the supporting structures causing compensation and accelerated overuse, or normal degenerative wear and tear with age.

Muscles and tendons can be damaged in similar ways. Acute injuries can damage tissue, which can lead to scar tissue and chronic weakness of that body part. Surgery can become complicated or not effective. The general indication for stem cell procedures is for injury of connective tissue or cartilage, which has not responded to the usual pattern of medical intervention.


Exosomes are not cells but are micro-vesicles, which are 1 /1,000th the size of a cell. Exosomes are involved in direct cell signaling and bring a wide array of growth factors to stimulate and modulate many processes within the healing cascade. They can be regarded as the purest form of regenerative therapy available because their function is to heal damaged tissue and areas of injury by activating the patient’s own regenerative response.Stem cells and stem cell therapy work by paracrine signaling (local cell-to-cell communication to induce changes in nearby cells) to create the appropriate healing environment to restore tissue and heal injuries. As the science and technology of regenerative medicine continues to evolve, the science shows that arguably one of the most optimal ways to provide regenerative therapy is to directly provide the signals as its own therapy. Exosomes also have the significant advantage of being much smaller than whole cells, which enables them to circulate much more easily through the body to reach multiple sites of injury or disease and trigger healing. Exosomes by nature, work to heal, repair and restore the body. The hundreds of growth factor proteins found naturally in healthy tissue and which are contained in the exosome products used to treat patients initiate and modulate the healing process. Exosomes accomplish this by activating and recruiting the patient’s own stem cells to the area that needs healing, revascularizing the area and reducing the inflammatory response to allow natural healing.


Call TRU Health today for a consult to find out how Stem Cell or Exosome Therapy can help you!