How can pain management be defined?
Pain Management is a procedure that facilitates and infuses brand new cells, Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs), to regenerate the body and brain at large. Exosomes presents an array of benefits for many different purposes. They are composed of RNA. In addition, they are responsible for communicating between cells.
Exosomes are not stem cells but are the “workhorse” that catalyze stem cell production. They ignite the process of repairing, regenerating, and rejuvenating the cells of the entire body. Consequently, they deserve all the credit for the process of repairing. Ultimately, pain management therapy infuses live cells into areas where there exists damaged tissue, which stimulates and permeates the regeneration of new cells by the billions.
Where do Mesenchymal Stem Cells come ("Exosomes") from?
The Exosomes we utilize and administer are the product of eleven years of research. ‘JuveXO’ exosomes come from a master cell line of 100% Umbilical cord-lined Exosomes. This source cell line is currently in an FDA Approved IND for dermatomyositis/polymyositis phase 1 study with the University of Florida; When used for topical procedures such as wound healing or micro needling, Exosomes are FDA compliant.
- Improve mental clarity
- Repairs cells, heals damaged/areas of pain
- Repairs organs and tissues
- Bolsters need cell production by the billions
- Bolsters new cell production by the billions
- Can improve auto-immune diseases: Alzheimer’s, Parkison’s, Dementia
- Reduces inflammation and Oxidative stress
- Optimizes cognitive performance
- Increases energy production
How much does a pain management procedure cost?
Our pain management costs $5,000, and can be administered via different access points. An IV infusion can be administered for an all-encompassing, health purpose, such as: optimizing various autoimmune diseases; regenerating, rejuvenating, and repairing of cells; anti-inflammatory; anti-aging; PRP, and much more.
How long does a pain management procedure take?
An injection administration–such as in the shoulder or knee for pain management (Arthritis) typically takes about 10 minutes. The lasting effects of treatment can be anywhere from six months to a year on average. However, every person’s body is different as are the outcomes. One should consider various components: one’s age, current health conditions, genetics, weight, and more. Ultimately, while one procedure can improve conditions, it is not the be-all, end-all. Thus, we recommend one procedure of pain management once a year for the investment to show long-term results.
The services provided by us have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The material on this website is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice. Always consult your physician before beginning any therapy program. Any designations or references to therapies are for marketing purposes only.