IV Therapy is back!
Earlier this year, I posted that because of the FDA’s stance on Stem Cell Therapy and IV’s that we would be discontinuing IV administration.
Due to advancements in regenerative medicine, we can now offer MSC Exosomes using IV administration to boost your body’s healing abilities. And we’re super stoked about the possibilities for our patients!
What is an MSC exosome?
Exosomes are extracellular vesicles – or small structures within a cell – released by stem cells as a reaction to injuries.
Exosomes, also known as “cell-to-cell messengers”, are excreted by one cell and communicate with another cell, telling that cell what action to take. It is one of the reasons why stem cells work!
MSC Exosomes, released by mesenchymal stem cells, notify a joint’s tissues that it’s time to start the healing process.
Exosomes play an important role in how stem cells exert their cellular functions on other tissues. MSC-derived exosomes are responsible for many of the traits commonly associated with MSCs, including tissue healing, reduction of inflammation and fibrosis.
The Bottom Line
MSC Exosomes offer a safer and more effective option for directly addressing systemic conditions (such as overall health, autoimmune, and neurodegenerative disorders)!
Excited is a bit of an understatement here at IRM—we’re a teensy bit ecstatic! We’re so ecstatic that we’re offering a special price as we introduce MSC Exosomes to our community.
Call us now to schedule your appointment and get our special pricing! And if you’re new to our clinic, we’re offering a free consultation to see if MSC Exosomes are a fit for your healing goals.
You can register for our Tuesday webinar here: https://drbradywirick.info/seminar-registrationg569p056