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Exosomes Treatment In Cape Town

Waterfront Medical Offers Exosomes 

Waterfront Medical is proud to be one of the first Cape Town Medical Practices in Africa to offer exosomes.


Exosome therapy represents a groundbreaking advance in both medical science and aesthetic treatments, offering a novel approach to rejuvenation, anti-ageing, and accelerated healing. 

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This therapy utilises exosomes, the body's own communication system, to promote cellular regeneration and repair. By harnessing the power of these microscopic vesicles, exosome therapy provides a promising solution for individuals seeking not only aesthetic enhancements but also relief from chronic conditions, promising a future where the natural ageing process can be met with cutting-edge science for enhanced well-being and vitality.

How Exosome Therapy Works

Exosome therapy leverages the natural biological process where exosomes, tiny extracellular vesicles, facilitate intercellular communication. These vesicles carry and deliver essential information and materials between cells, which are crucial for regeneration and healing. 


By directing these messengers, exosome therapy enhances the body's ability to repair itself, accelerating the healing process in injuries, reducing inflammation, and promoting the rejuvenation of tissues. This sophisticated mechanism underscores the therapy's effectiveness in addressing a range of conditions, from chronic pain to anti-ageing, by harnessing the body's innate healing capabilities.

Benefits of Exosome Therapy

Exosome therapy offers a revolutionary approach to healing and rejuvenation, marked by its significant anti-inflammatory effects and chronic pain relief. This cutting-edge treatment accelerates the healing process in injuries, facilitating quicker recovery and reduced downtime. 


Aesthetically, it presents a formidable anti-ageing solution, addressing concerns like skin elasticity and overall vitality while proving effective in hair loss treatment. By promoting natural regeneration, exosome therapy not only enhances physical well-being but also boosts confidence, making it a comprehensive treatment option for various conditions.

Who Can Benefit from Exosome Therapy?

Exosome therapy is versatile, benefiting a wide range of individuals. Those suffering from chronic illnesses may find relief and improved quality of life through its anti-inflammatory and healing properties.


Additionally, individuals seeking aesthetic enhancements can benefit from its anti-ageing and hair rejuvenation effects. From athletes recovering from injuries to those navigating the challenges of ageing, exosome therapy offers a beacon of hope, promising improved health and vitality for a diverse patient profile.

Is Exosomes Therapy Right For You?

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Exosome Therapy for Specific Conditions

Exosome therapy offers targeted benefits across various conditions. For rejuvenation treatment, it enhances cellular regeneration, promoting youthful skin and vitality. Its anti-inflammatory benefits are pivotal in managing chronic pain and autoimmune conditions, offering relief where traditional treatments may fall short. 


In the context of injury recovery, it accelerates healing, reducing recovery time significantly. Moreover, individuals experiencing hair loss find renewed hope as exosome therapy stimulates hair follicle regeneration, leading to natural hair growth and improved scalp health.

Frequently Asked Questions About Exosomes Therapy

How is the therapy performed?

​Depending on the therapy treatment protocol, Exosomes can be administered as an IV treatment or IV push, by injection into the intramuscular site, dermis, nebulized (for lung improvement), and nasal drops. As a part of joint rejuvenation therapy, Exosomes are administered into the affected joint area. Total body regeneration treatment is our signature 100 billion Exosomes therapy treatment affecting overall total body cellular repair and is for those individuals looking to turn back the biological clock tremendously (on average between 12 & 16 years within 5 months)


The dosing is individual to every patient and there is no set or established protocol although certain guidelines are recommended based on the treatment followed. In some cases, we noted that Exosomes may be combined with focused ultrasound, frequency therapy or regional hypothermia which may help attract them to a certain area in the body. However, this is not required whatsoever.

What can I expect after the procedure? Are there any side effects?

​Exosome therapy is usually performed at a doctor’s office on an outpatient basis. Most patients leave the clinic /practice without any downtime. The patient will not experience any discomfort. It is a quick and easy intramuscular or IV treatment.

Side Effects: Less than 2% of patients have reported developing a mild fever, headache, or nausea. However, these side effects have never lasted more than 2 days and usually resolve within 24 hours. No long-term negative side effects have been reported. There is no risk of cancer or migration. Only health benefits have been reported, with patients not only looking younger but feeling it too.

When can I resume physical activity?

​To gain an optimal response from Exosome therapy, we recommend the following:

  • Refraining from anti-inflammatory medication

  • No over-strenuous activity for the first 24-48 hours

  • Resume cardio workouts after 3-4 weeks

  • After four weeks resume any weightlifting and running activity if part of your prior routine.

Is there any risk of them forming teratomas?

​No. Exosomes are NOT embryonic stem cells. Exosomes do not multiply. Exosomes transfer valuable biological signals to the recipient’s tissues and facilitate the normalization of various pathological processes.

Will people need multiple rounds of Exosomes, and if so, how should they be spaced apart?

​In some cases, a follow-up treatment may be advised. There is sustainable data about standard dosing and the treatment is as individual as the response. Some patients may need a single application set of treatments, while others need multiple doses or a small booster therapy. In some cases, therapy may start with a small initial dose which is increased over time.

Are Exosomes safer than stem cells?

​Both stem cells and exosomes have their place in a treatment protocol. This depends on what the treating physician is trying to accomplish. When performed correctly, treatment with exosomes and/or stem cell therapy is safe. 


Therapy with exosomes may carry a lower risk of complications as exosomes do not require an invasive surgical procedure for harvesting and contain zero inherent risk factors to the recipient as is with stem cell and bone marrow transplant therapy.


​Critically, exosomes are inherently less risky.


​Exosomes do not proliferate but rather transfer valuable biological signals to the recipient’s tissues and facilitate the normalisation of various pathological processes. They are the cell-to-cell messengers. Exosomes are simpler, safer, and more easily stored and transported.

Do Exosomes help with chronic inflammation?

​Most definitely. Recent research has shown that stem cell-derived exosomes have anti-inflammatory potential and induce high levels of anti-inflammatory cytokines and can therefore greatly assist in regulating the inflammatory response.


 In addition, they can also inhibit abnormal macrophage activation. The macrophage is a large white blood cell that is an integral part of the immune system. Its job is to locate microscopic foreign bodies and ‘eat’ them. Herein ExoSciences advanced Exosomes from Wharton’s jelly umbilical cord greatly reduces inflammation in the body. However disproportional macrophage activation can induce undesirable inflammatory processes.

What are the signs that Exosomes are working and when can a person expect to see the benefits?

​The bi-phasic response can be accompanied by a certain set of symptoms. These indicate that the exosomes are assisting in the repair and regulation process. In the initial phase, patients generally report a reduction of their inflammatory symptoms, also better sleep, more energy, strength, endurance, libido, better-looking skin and a more optimized feeling of wellness.


​After 6-8 weeks, the second phase of the response takes place in which the information the exosomes transferred to the cells is used by the cells to regulate and reprogram the cell function and aid in the repair process. Typically, on Exoscience total body regime of 100 billion Exosome treatment over 3 months around 16 years of a subject biological clock is achieved. Early benefits of therapy are observed in 3-4 months and each month patients report betterment of the overall state. However, Exosomes continue to do their work up to 9-12 months. Afterwards, continued benefits are noted by patients who see and feel the benefits.

​Kindly contact our medical clinic in Cape Town to see what protocol would be best for you and how many treatments are indicated.

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