Stem cell therapy is a treatment that uses stem cells to improve or restore health and help repair or regenerate tissue.
Exosomes are tiny vesicles released by cells that contain various proteins, lipids, and nucleic acids. They contain proteins, lipids, and nucleic acids that can help promote healing.
The difference between stem cells and exosomes is that stem cells can differentiate into other types of cells, while exosomes cannot.
Stem cell therapy is usually administered intravenously but can also be administered intra-articularly, meaning directly into a joint or other treatment area.
Stem cell therapy is usually administered intravenously, but it can also be given orally or injected directly into the affected area. Treatment areas include chronic inflammation, autoimmune diseases, heart disease, neurodegenerative diseases, and diabetes.
The benefits of stem cell therapy include reduced inflammation, improved function of damaged tissues, and reduced symptoms of chronic diseases.