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As we get older, our blood becomes polluted with rusty proteins, sticky molecules, and signals of decay that can cause our brain function to deteriorate.
Your blood is the gateway to your cellular habitat, and your cells are only as healthy as their environment.
The body is designed to heal.
Through Regenerative Plasma Exchange, we optimize your cellular habitat and your regenerative factors, boosting your body's ability to fight degeneration.
Here's how we do it:
Using an IV needle, your blood is drawn from a vein in your arm
A special machine separates your polluted plasma from your blood cells. The aged, polluted plasma is discarded and replaced with clean, individualized, plasma-like replacement fluids, electrolytes, and other regeneration promoting factors.
The new solution of freshly-cleaned blood is infused back into your body, supporting your body and brain’s ability to fight degeneration.
Our patients have reported the following improvements after completing Regenerative Plasma Exchange:
Better recovery from exercise
Improved speech capability
Improved brain function
Improved problem-solving skills
Repeated plasma exchanges may be necessary. Results vary from patient to patient.
Your health is your most valuable asset.
Don’t just manage your symptoms, do something that has the potential to address the root cause.
We believe your autoimmune disease shouldn’t control you. Therapeutic Plasma Exchange is an FDA approved treatment for many autoimmune diseases.
We understand how scary memory loss can be. Regenerative Plasma Exchange has been shown to slow the progression of Moderate Dementia by over 60% over 14 months.
We know you're driven to be the best you can be. We use FDA approved medical devices during this procedure to help you fight your body and brain limitations.
This innovative therapy has the potential to considerably slow down the rate of brain and body degeneration.
Contact MaxWell Clinic to schedule a Regenerative Plasma Exchange evaluation.
We'll answer all your questions and explain exactly how to get started.
Book your first Regenerative Plasma Exchange appointment
The procedure can last anywhere from 2- 4 hours.
Reboot your body and brain.
We'll track your progress by assessing how you feel and function as well as recommend blood tests and procedures that help you quantify how old you are.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Who can benefit from Regenerative Plasma Exchange?
As more data emerges and clinical trials are performed, it is becoming clear that neurodegeneration and diseases associated with aging such as Alzheimer's, Parkinson’s, and frailty have the potential for improvement with Regenerative Plasma Exchange. Animal studies have shown that removing old plasma and replacing it with fresh albumin creates a cleaner and healthier environment that encourages stem cells to behave as if they were younger. This is essentially the process that occurs in the Regenerative Plasma Exchange as it is delivered at MaxWell Clinic.
How often will I need it?
The exact frequency of repeated therapy needed to achieve optimal results for each condition is unknown and decided on a patient to patient basis. We expect those who are otherwise healthy and are undergoing regenerative therapies to optimize their long-term health to receive a plasma exchange procedure once every 2 - 6 months based on their response to the initial Regenerative Plasma Exchange treatment.
Individuals suffering from Alzheimer’s in large multi-national, multi-center, randomized placebo-controlled trials where benefit was shown, followed a protocol of 4-6 plasma exchange procedures done weekly followed by once a month plasma exchange to slow, stop, and even reverse the process of neurodegeneration. We use this standard as a starting point and customize according to individual patient response. We also use this protocol as a foundation for approaching patients with other neurodegenerative and age-associated conditions in the hopes of slowing down symptom progression and reversing degenerative processes.
Individuals who are highly biologically burdened with auto-antibodies, toxins, mis-folded proteins, signals of senescence, and cellular debris are expected to need a higher frequency of repeated procedures. In the case of acutely ill patients with Guilian-Barre this frequency may be daily. However, in the outpatient setting, individuals with chronic degenerative disease need far fewer such procedures.
Are there potential side effects?
Regenerative Plasma Exchange is a modified form of Therapeutic Plasma Exchange. It has been modified with the intent of increasing the likelihood of benefit and decreasing the likelihood of side effects. However, all medical procedures carry some risk and it is important to discuss these in full with your referring physician.
How can you tell if it's working?
We track your progress by assessing how you feel and function as well as recommend blood tests and procedures that help quantify how “biologically old” you are. Some reported benefits thus far include improved exercise tolerance, improved cognitive function as well as improved microvascular perfusion. If you proceed with Regenerative Plasma Exchange, we will collect various lab values and data to research and track these observed symptomatic benefits.
Will supportive therapies be prescribed?
Additional supportive therapies may be recommended and ordered to optimize your Regenerative Plasma Exchange experience according to your individual needs. These therapies may include nutritional agents or other medications taken orally or via IV. Discussions regarding the use of other regenerative medicine interventions including peptide fractions, exosomes, or stem cells will be particular to you and your physician.
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How much does Regenerative Plasma Exchange cost?
Regenerative Plasma Exchange is not inexpensive, with its specialized equipment, costly materials, specialty staff, and time commitment. However, to make this innovative, out-patient therapy more accessible to more people, we provide it at less than half of what the charge would be in a hospital. If you would like detailed cost information, please call MaxWell Clinic at (615) 370-0091.