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In our last blog, we learned about exosomes, how they are applied, who regulates the treatment, and more. Now, let's talk about exosome protocols and administration.

Delivery of exosomes is recommended to be done intravenously, intrathecally, and intranasally. It is common to use PRP or PRF as a method of administration. It serves the dual purpose of providing cell retention and cell migration without elevating the cost of the procedure. Less invasive procedures can be done in the office. For more invasive procedures like intradiscal injections, cervical intrathecal injections, and deep perispinal injections, it is best to utilize X-Ray guidance and for joint, tendinous, perineural, and other musculoskeletal indications, ultrasound guidance is recommended.

Exosome protocols

** PRP/PRFM = Platelet Rich Plasma/Platelet Rich Fibrin Matrix

For all of these treatments, it is necessary to perform tests before proceeding. So, are exosomes the cure we were waiting for? It’s not a black or white situation... And here’s why; yes, they help in a lot of situations and aim to improve the quality of life for many BUT the treatment also requires adopting major changes in your lifestyle like modifying your diet, improving your mental health, continuing treatment and respecting the need for a full recovery.

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