Exosome IV Therapy

Experience the rejuvenating benefits of Exosome IV Therapy to decrease inflammation, reduce chronic pain and support tissue regeneration.

Exosome IV Therapy

Our exosome treatment is a highly concentrated formula derived by vetted MSC’s which can be helpful in reducing inflammation and supporting tissue regeneration.

What are Exosomes?

Exosomes are messengers between cells that play a vital role in the communication and rejuvenation of cells.

Exosome therapy is a cell-free regenerative medicine treatment which quickly simulates the body’s natural healing mechanism to reduce inflammation and promote tissue repair.

Prices:

  • 15 Billion Cells – $2,499
  • 50 Billion Cells – $3,499
  • 100 Billion Cells – $4,499
 

Benefits & Uses

REDUCE INFLAMMATION

Reduce Inflammation

Reduces inflammation throughout the body to stimulate the body's natural healing mechanism, help repair cellular damage, and promote faster recovery.

REDUCE CHRONIC PAIN

Helps Manage Chronic Pain

Helps to manage and relieve chronic pain by reducing inflammation and promoting cellular health and regeneration throughout the body.

TISSUE REGENERATION

 

Helps your body repair damaged tissue and cells, promoting natural cell regeneration for both short and long-term health outcomes.

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

How Does At-Home Exosome IV Therapy Work?

During a Exosome IV treatment, one of our registered nurses arrives at the patient’s location with all the necessary equipment for the appointment. The patient will then sit in a comfortable location while the nurse administers the IV line into one of the patient’s arms.

The IV treatment itself takes about 60 minutes, during which time the patient can read, watch a show, browse social media, or even work. The nurse remains with the patient during the entire appointment to monitor the IV and answer questions. Once the IV has been administered, the nurse packs the equipment and departs. Patients can contact Drip Hydration with any further questions or concerns at any time.

How Long Will It Take Before I Feel The Effects Of IV Exosomes Treatment?

The area being treated plays a large part in how quickly a patient feels the effect of treatment. For instance, a person may notice pain relief more quickly than someone getting treatment for tissue regeneration, since tissue repair naturally takes more time.

How Often Do I need To Have Exosomes IV Therapy?

The frequency of a patient’s Exosome IV therapy treatment depends on several factors. For example, a single injury may only require treatment until the injury has healed. A chronic condition, on the other hand, may need ongoing treatment. Our medical director consults with every patient to develop a customized treatment plan tailored to the patient’s health needs and desired health outcome.

Is Exosome Therapy Safe?

Exosome therapy is considered safe, particularly since this is a non-cellular therapy. Exosomes are cell ‘messengers’, not stem cells. Therefore, this type of therapy does not come with the risk of the patient’s body rejecting treatment.

What Are The Potential Side Effects Of Exosome Therapy?

Exosome therapy is injected into your bloodstream, so the most common side effects are the same as with any type of injection – mild swelling, redness, and/or bruising at the injection site.

Rarely, patients may experience a mild fever or headache that typically resolves within 24 hours.

How Often Do You Need To Get Exosome Treatment

There are no set guidelines for dosing or frequency of exosome treatment. We personalize treatments to the individual’s health and recovery goals, meaning that no two plans are the same.

Since everyone is different, we regularly assess patients to evaluate when they need a booster treatment to maintain optimal results.

Is Exosome Therapy FDA Approved?

Exosome therapy is not yet FDA approved. However, our exosomes are collected and processed under strict guidelines in an FDA-approved facility.