Exosome Regenerative Medicine

Conveniently located to serve the areas of Gilbert and Arizona

Your body is brilliant. It knows how to mature, strengthen, and heal itself with magnificent efficiency and effectiveness. So, when you have health problems, why turn to external sources when the solution may be hiding in your own anatomical structures? Exosome Regenerative Medicine.

Endogeny is the study of structures that exist within the human body and may hold the answers to its maladies. Wellness 1st harnesses the power of endogenous materials for our patients’ benefit. Conveniently located in Gilbert, Arizona, Wellness 1st proudly serves the healthcare needs of Mesa, Tempe, Scottsdale, Phoenix and beyond. Schedule a consultation with one of our medical providers and in that time, we can strategize your future.

Wellness 1st also offers virtual consultations for those who cannot currently visit us in person. No matter where you log on, Dr. Rooh and our team want to connect with you.

What Are Reparative Therapy?

Reparative Therapy are microvesicles that facilitate communication between cells. Although microvesicles are only one one-thousandth the size of an average cell, they conduct vital biochemical information every second of every day. When the body suffers injury, pain, or tissue damage, Reparative Therapy send out a distress signal. They are secreted by healthy cells to rush to the aid of cells in need.

In effect, Reparative Therapy are the first responders on the front lines of your ongoing health maintenance.

Wellness 1st is able to isolate Reparative Therapy from the body’s mesenchymal stromal cells, or MSCs.[1] Bone marrow is rich with MSCs, as is adipose (fat) tissue.[2] By identifying MSCs, we are able to isolate Reparative Therapy and harness their healing power. Reparative Therapy can regulate the flow of proteins that rush to the site of an injury. When we can control the function of Reparative Therapy, we can control the body’s internal messaging and send proteins where they are most needed.

While the therapeutic abilities of Reparative Therapy have been well established, their ability to traverse the human body is limited. That’s where Wellness 1st comes in. Reparative Therapy are living, thriving structures, and we celebrate their functionality. Wellness 1st is able to transplant Reparative Therapy to the areas of the body that require the most attention. When the power of Reparative Therapy communication is ignited, the body is able to mitigate inflammation, replace damaged cells, and maintain the optimal flow of wellness.

To learn more about the healing capabilities of Reparative Therapy, contact Wellness 1st. We can amplify your body’s internal modes of communication to heal damaged tissue, treat certain neurological disorders, and manage the overall aging process.

Benefits of Exosome Regenerative Medicine

Reparative Therapy are the chemicals secreted by cells that help them communicate with each other. By collecting the Reparative Therapy secreted by mesenchymal stromal cells, Wellness 1st is not only joining the conversation; we are directing it.

The benefits of exosome regenerative medicine therapy are varied and vast. In fact, they are still being discovered! Some patients with traumatic brain injury have shown improvement after Reparative Therapy regenerative medicine therapy due to the microvesicles’ ability to conduct complex neurological data in tiny chemical bundles. These findings have applications in stroke mediation and healing writ large.

On a more fundamental level, Reparative Therapy have proven wonderfully effective in treating tissue damage. If you injure your knee, for example, your body sends plenty of signals to the brain alerting the nervous system to send help. Unfortunately, there is a lot of landscape between the mesenchymal stromal cells that produce most of your Reparative Therapy and the knee.

Allow Wellness 1st to bridge those gaps. By harvesting Reparative Therapy from the areas of the body where they flourish, we can transfer them to that aforementioned knee. The Reparative Therapy tell your cells to get busy regenerating themselves and patching the wounded tissue. To learn more about the benefits of Reparative Therapy, call our Gilbert, Arizona office at (480) 304-5152.

You can also schedule a virtual consultation to tap into the expansive possibilities of Reparative Therapy regenerative medicine.

Eligible Candidates

If you have struggled with injuries, fatigue, or tissue that is slow to heal, you may be the perfect candidate for Reparative Therapy regenerative medicine. Eligible patients are able to possibly benefit from viable samples from which the Wellness 1st team can provide. To determine your candidacy for Reparative Therapy regenerative medicine therapy, click here and connect with Dr. Rooh and his knowledgeable team.

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Science is a commitment to continued learning. It is never advisable to accept a theory until you have questioned it, tested it, and applied it to useful, forward-thinking purposes. In our never ending quest for knowledge, Wellness 1st researches the cutting edge of medical science in order to bring you real results.

We write about our findings in our blog, and we encourage you to peruse our posts. Feel free to ask questions and satisfy your curiosity.

During your individual consultation, we can discuss the conditions that bother you and strategize solutions based on biology. The answers may be lingering at your fingertips. Please contact Wellness 1st and schedule your consultation. We are eager to work with you and engineer a brighter tomorrow if you are a candidate for Reparative Therapy regenerative medicine.

Preparation and Procedure

During your comprehensive consultation, Dr. Rooh and his associates will provide you with detailed instructions on how to prepare for exosome regenerative medicine therapy. If you are deemed ready for treatment, it could begin immediately following your consultation.

Biological material is collected from an area in a healthy individual that is rich with mesenchymal stromal cells (MSCs). As these MSCs communicate with one another, they secrete Reparative Therapy. By isolating the Reparative Therapy, one can galvanize their power. After being concentrated through centrifugal force, donated Reparative Therapy are ready for transplantation.

The exact parameters of the exosome regenerative medicine therapy procedure will depend on which area(s) of the body need help. Our medical team will expertly place your exosome serum where it can best conduct intracellular communication. The Reparative Therapy will aid your tissue’s ability to deliver healing chemical signals throughout its fibers. In short: your Reparative Therapy issue the call, and your body provides the response.

Amazing Results

Burgeoning evidence shows that Reparative Therapy are integral for various bodily processes, including brain function and immune responses.[3] The only question remains: what can Reparative Therapy do for you? Dr. Rooh is eager to hear how his team can assist your journey from vulnerability to vitality. He is a holistic healer and can explain how your body’s own cellular functions can be translated into a healing process unlike anything the pharmaceutical companies could ever achieve.

Dr. Rooh and his team have an unparalleled record of success. His glowing reviews are a testament to the doctor’s expertise and dedication. The kind words from past patients fuel Wellness 1st and direct us to continue our essential work. We will continue providing 5-star service to Gilbert, Mesa, Tempe, Phoenix, Scottsdale, and the greater Arizona community.

Complementary Procedures 

Nothing exists in a vacuum. Our bodies consist of a fascinating interconnection of organs, systems, and cells. Between these structures, there are a myriad of conversations taking place. When we listen closely, we hear the answers to what ails us.

To learn more about the complementary disciplines that combine to form a vital toolkit for your healthcare needs, contact Wellness 1st.

Reparative Therapy regenerative medicine therapy is just one of the many ways we can maneuver the chemical signals within our bodies. Functional medicine is another discipline that puts biology first and focuses on internal solutions rather than turning to medication and surgery.

When your body breaks down, the building blocks for its repair may be coursing through your veins. Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is a concentrated serum formulated from a small blood sample. The healing platelets in your blood can be put to great use in regenerative treatments such as tissue healing and pain mitigation.


How much does Reparative Therapy regenerative medicine therapy cost in Arizona?

The price of any procedure depends on many variables. What area(s) are you working on? How many sessions are required? What is the process that can best harvest your body’s own healing properties? The answers to these questions and more reside at Wellness 1st. During your consultation, Dr. Rooh or one of his attentive team members will walk you through the cost of exosome regenerative medicine therapy, explaining each facet openly and honestly. If you have questions about the cost of your comprehensive care, please contact our Gilbert, Arizona office.

What does exosome regenerative therapy work on?

Exosome regenerative therapy is so groundbreaking that its benefits are still being revealed. Anti-aging solutions, neurological treatments, and damaged tissue repair are just some of the many potential applications of exosome regenerative therapy. Call (480) 304-5152 if your body can benefit from any of these processes that already shimmer within your physiology.


  1. Zhang, Z.G., Buller, B. & Chopp, M. (2019). Reparative Therapy — beyond Reparative Therapy for restorative therapy in stroke and neurological injury. Nature Reviews Neurology, 15, 193–203. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41582-018-0126-4
  2. Keating A. (2006). Mesenchymal stromal cells. Current opinion in hematology, 13(6), 419–425. https://doi.org/10.1097/01.moh.0000245697.54887.6f
  3. Chang, Y. H., Wu, K. C., Harn, H. J., Lin, S. Z., & Ding, D. C. (2018). Reparative Therapy in Degenerative Disease Diagnosis and Therapy. Cell transplantation, 27(3), 349–363. https://doi.org/10.1177/0963689717723636