Nanoparticles Therapy in North Liberty
Nanoparticles Therapy is the latest treatment that is impressing physicians around the world. Research has shown that cell-to-cell communication is important in maintaining a healthy cellular terrain. The body’s recovery process can be disrupted when stem cells can not communicate. This can be brought on by age, chronic disease, environmental factors and genetic disorders. Nanoparticles play a key role in the regulation of these communication processes.
Enhancing Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy with Stem cell Nanoparticles are considered a superior and optimal therapy. Nanoparticles contain growth factors, messenger RNA, micro RNA, cytokines, chemokines and other biologically active molecules that “supercharge” PRP Therapy to enhance and extend the results.
What are Nanoparticles and Why are they useful?
Nanoparticles are extracellular vesicles-or small structures within a cell - released by stem cells in response to injuries. Their function is to direct tissue and wound recovery by activating your own cell response. Nanoparticles nano size and ability to travel between cells throughout the entire body delivering their recovery message, telling cells how and when to react, makes them very successful for treating multiple conditions.
What is Nanoparticles Therapy?
Nanoparticles may help regulate processes within the body. Nanoparticles work to revitalize, activate and recruit your own cells to the injury or defect, revascularizing the area, making the body able to begin the process of natural healing. Supporting the Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy with external Nanoparticles have a greater positive effect in the process of recovery deteriorated tissue and organs that PRP alone.
- Patients with autoimmune disease and other chronic degenerative disease should add Nanoparticles Therapy into their treatment regimen.
- Nanoparticles may be beneficial as part of Anti-aging treatments, useful for improving overall well-being, clear “brain fog” and improve energy and stamina.
- Patients with degenerative joint disease and other musculoskeletal conditions have also experienced relief from the use of Nanoparticles.
Nanoparticles Therapy Expected Results
Most patients will see the effects and potential relief within 4 weeks of the initial treatment. It is common for patients that suffer from pain, degenerative disease and strains to experience significant pain relief after a single session.
Nanoparticles trigger a bi-phasic response, immediate reaction in 24 hours, then messenger RNAs that inserted into target cells to help reprogram the cells, usually takes 6-8 weeks. Therefore, the timeline is on average 8-10 weeks, with the continued effect that can extend for months after infusion or injection.
Prior to Nanoparticles therapy, certain testing may be performed to evaluate your overall health. The treatment itself typically takes under 30 minutes and can be administered in the comfort of Optimal Health.
Since Nanoparticles therapy is non-invasive, recovery is minimal; most patients resume normal activity the following day.
Placental-Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cell (MSC) Nanoparticles
Nanoparticles are nano-sized extracellular vesicles that play a primary role in cell-to-cell communication. Of their many essential functions, Nanoparticles home to injury, providing the properties and the anti-inflammatory growth factors necessary to create new tissue, and ultimately, heal.
Research shows Nanoparticles therapy, the process of delivering MSC Nanoparticles to targeted areas of the body, is a catalyst for whole-body health and regeneration.
Nanoparticles therapy can offer patients:
- Pain and Joint Management
- Immune System Modulation
- Tissue and Organ Repair
- Sexual Reinvigoration
- Aesthetics and Hair Restoration
- Wholistic Cellular Revitalization of Bodily
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Let’s optimize your wellness. For more information on Nanoparticles, or to see if you’re a candidate for therapy, talk to your physician today!
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