The Nanoparticles we offer are derived from the Wharton's Jelly from the umbilical cord of full-term cesarean delivery donated placentas. These Nanoparticles contain different molecular constituents of their cell origin; these include proteins and mRNA. Meanwhile, the Nanoparticle proteins composition varies with the cell and tissue of the origin; most Nanoparticles contain an evolutionarily conserved common set of protein molecules. Nanoparticles are also acellular and the risk of a person having a reaction to the infusion is nearly zero. 


Often combined with sucrose density gradients, they float the relatively low-density Nanoparticles from other microvesicles. Cells and larger particles are removed by sequentially increasing the centrifugal forces. These procedures can take up to 30hours and require an ultracentrifuge, extensive training and specialized equipment.

This method provides highly enriched nanoparticles but requires specialized training and equipment.

Now, this is how Nanoparticles works:

Nanoparticles carry genetic information. Protein and messenger RNA, they can relay this information, letting cells know when to and how to react. This Nanoparticles cell-to-cell communication is possible due to its unique shape and content. Nanoparticles are also small enough to pass through the blood-brain barrier.

WHAT IS Nanoparticle THERAPY?

Nanoparticle therapy is a minimally invasive procedure commonly used in orthopedic injuries, for anti-aging and some other degenerative diseases. Nanoparticle treatment contains growth factors, messenger RNA, micro RNA, cytokines and other biologically active molecules.

Nanoparticle therapy can be injected into the affected area like in orthopedic injuries or given intravenously for anti-aging. We only offer IV infusion of our Nanoparticles.

Nanoparticle treatment is gaining popularity recently, due to its ability to transfer molecules from one cell to another via membrane vesicles, therefore influencing the immune system, such as dendritic cells and B cells.

What is Nanoparticle therapy used for?

LYME DISEASE: Nanoparticles may help to regulate processes in the body, and may also be beneficial to patients with Lyme disease. Lyme disease is a very complex disease, which compromises the immune system. Many Lyme patients suffer from dysfunction of the mast cells, increasing their inflammatory response and metabolic function. Incorporating Nanoparticles treatment in their treatment regimen may help break the inflammatory response and provide the body with necessary cellular information to facilitate healing.

ARTHRITIS: Arthritis as we all know, is the joint inflammation resulting from an autoimmune disease. Although various types of treatment are available to alleviate symptoms, no known therapy has been confirmed effective in reversing the disease progression.

In the field of regenerative medicine today, with the discovery of extracellular microvesicles, especially nanoparticles, many researchers have been able to offer a more exciting alternative on this subject matter. Nanoparticle arthritis therapy is believed to play a more substantial role in bone and cartilage remodeling.

In a nutshell, Nanoparticles provides enormous potential in the field of regenerative medicine. Infusions are recommended at 6 month intervals and after the first infusion it can take up to 4 months to notice a benefit.

The FDA and Nanoparticle Therapy

Existing nanoparticle products are not FDA Approved. Also, there have not been any studies done to support the claims made in this article.

The upshot? The concept behind nanoparticles shows much promise, but so far, we have no clinical data in humans that show that these products work. Frankly, there isn’t even animal data on the specific products being sold.

If you would like to schedule an Nanoparticle IV please give us a call 850-238-8563. We have nanoparticles ready and available. We'd be happy to schedule you for a consultation with Dr. Ramsden to see if Nanoparticle therapy would be a good option for you.