About Dr. Aziz
Dr. Michael Aziz is a physician, author, and broadcast media commentator that offers exosome therapy in the Hamptons. He is board-certified in Internal Medicine. He is an attending physician at Lenox Hill Hospital, serving patients in the Manhattan and Midtown East area. Dr. Aziz completed his training at Albert Einstein College of Medicine “Long Island Jewish Medical Center,” and “Staten Island University Hospital.” Before opening his practice in 2002, Dr. Aziz’s experience has been vast; he has worked in primary care, emergency rooms, multi-specialty offices, and hospital settings. Dr. Aziz is a member of the American College of Physicians and the American Society of Internal Medicine. He is also a fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine in the United Kingdom. Dr. Aziz has appeared as a keynote speaker before many prestigious groups nationally and internationally such as the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine.
Dr. Aziz is the founder of the practice in Manhattan and Midtown East area that focuses on modern advances in Medicine. In his book, ” The Perfect 10 Diet,” Dr. Aziz details his experience as a young physician. He was disappointed to see many outdated guidelines preached by various medical organizations. Many research studies demonstrated the danger of low-fat diets and synthetic hormones. Dr. Aziz had to find his way to help himself and his patients, hence, his interest in natural remedies, peptides, bioidentical hormones, and going back to a natural diet.
“The Perfect 10 Diet” was created. Dr. Aziz came with a balanced diet with no processed foods. A diet that encourages full-fat products from butter to whole milk. A sharp contrast to low-fat diets. “The Perfect 10 Diet” was also in sharp contrast to low-carb diets as it didn’t allow any chemicals, not just sugar. No nitrites or artificial sweeteners.
“The Perfect 10 Diet” helped thousands of his patients live better and improve their health. His patients dropped tons of weight, normalized their blood pressure, and improved their cholesterol naturally. He was compelled to get the message out to the masses and write a book. “The Perfect 10 Diet” which started in the office as pamphlets was now a book in the spotlight. “The Perfect 10 Diet” and Dr. Michael Aziz were featured on the cover of “First for Women,” the best-selling magazine in the US. “The Perfect 10 Diet” went on to become a national bestseller. “The Perfect 10 Diet” hit the number 1 spot on Barnes and Noble in 2010. In 2011, “The Perfect 10 Diet” went on to hit the number 1 spot on Amazon for 12 consecutive weeks. “The Perfect 10 Diet” was translated into many languages including Italian, Chinese, Mandarin, Slovenian, Urdu, Malay, and Indonesian. Dr. Aziz and “The Perfect 10 Diet” were featured on countless TV shows including “The View,” “The Doctors,” and “Dr. Oz.”
Dr. Aziz is a prolific contributor to “Life Extension Magazine,” and “The Boardroom Newsletters” which reach over 7 million people with health advice. Dr. Aziz’s columns, articles, and opinions have been published in the LA Times, CNN, WebMD, NY Post, the Daily News, the Washington Post as well as in many magazines internationally such as Paris Match.
Dr. Aziz regularly provides medical commentary on many health networks, including NPR, Fox and Friends, ABC, WGN Chicago, NBC, Telemundo, and Dubai TV. Dr. Aziz is passionate about philanthropy. He has volunteered to help New Yorkers during the Covid-19 pandemic and has volunteered in underserved rural areas in Indonesia.
Exosome Therapy in the Hamptons – Overview
Currently, there are a few non-surgical injectable options for the treatment of hair loss. One option is platelet rich plasma (PRP) which entails drawing up a patient’s blood and isolating the platelet rich plasma component which is then re-injected into the patient’s scalp by a small needle. PRP is enriched for growth factors which can stimulate hair follicle growth. In many patients, PRP injection can help promote hair growth. It works best in patients who have thinning (or miniaturized hairs). However, many sessions are needed. Another option that has shown some promise is microneedling, which involves using a skin roller with small needles to cause minor injuries in the skin. The growth factors released to heal these injuries have shown positive but variable results in the treatment of hair loss. We use pep and growth factors. Again, several sessions are needed to see results.
Enter Exosomes, minute extracellular vesicles that carry messenger RNA, micro RNA and proteins, including growth factors.
The use of exosomes for the treatment of hair loss is brand new and has shown very promising early results in individual patients. However, exosomes have not been investigated in formalized clinical trials yet, which are the gold standard for rigorous testing of new medical treatments. Exosomes are derived from the mesenchymal stem cells that are present in a bone marrow of a human donor. Companies such as Kimera have developed technologies to harvest a large number of exosomes from mesenchymal stem cells from human donors. Although exosomes are considered an acellular material, the tissue donors are tracked and screened for HIV and Hepatitis B and C.
While the mechanism of action of exosomes has not been fully elucidated, many hypothesize that exosomes target existing stem cell in your scalp. Scalp stem cells are mostly located in the “bulge area” of your hair follicles and their activation can result in the growth of existing miniaturized hairs and the growth of new hairs. Many doctors who have been early adopters of exosomes have obtained very promising results, with much quicker onset and more robust hair growth than PRP (platelet rich plasma). In addition, there have been anecdotal results of hair growth in completely bald scalps, a feat previously not achieved with other injectable hair loss treatments. There are still many aspects regarding the practical use of exosomes that need to be worked out, including how many injections are necessary. Also, since no clinical trials have been conducted using this new injectable, it has not been rigorously studied in regards to its efficacy (both short and long-term) and potential long-term side effects. Dr. Michael Aziz likes to stay on the cutting edge of hair loss treatments, and we are now offering exosomes for hair loss and thinning hair.
What is Exosome Therapy?
Exosome therapy is a type of cell therapy that uses exosomes, which are tiny vesicles or sacs that are released by cells, to deliver therapeutic agents to other cells in the body. Exosomes are found in all body fluids, including blood, urine, and saliva, and they play an important role in intercellular communication. Dr. Michael Aziz specializes in exosome therapy via his satellite office in the Hamptons, NY. Please continue reading for more insight on how exosome therapy works and the benefits.
Exosome therapy has shown promise in a number of clinical trials for various diseases, including cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, and Parkinson’s disease. Exosomes are being investigated as a potential treatment for a wide variety of other conditions as well.
Exosomes are able to cross the blood-brain barrier, which makes them a promising therapy for neurological diseases. They can also target specific cells and deliver their therapeutic payload directly to them. This makes exosome therapy a very precise and targeted treatment option.
Exosome therapy is still in the early stages of research and is not yet available as a treatment for any condition. However, the potential benefits of this therapy are very exciting and hold promise for the future.
Exosome Therapy For Hair Loss
Exosome therapy has shown promise in the treatment of hair loss. A small clinical trial found that exosome therapy was able to significantly improve hair growth in patients with alopecia (hair loss).
The study involved injecting exosomes derived from stem cells into the scalp of patients with alopecia. The results showed that the exosomes were able to stimulate hair growth and improve the overall appearance of the patients’ hair.
Exosome therapy is a promising new treatment for hair loss, and further research is needed to confirm its efficacy. However, the early results are very encouraging and suggest that exosome therapy could be a potential treatment for alopecia in the future.
Exosome Therapy in the Hamptons, NY
If you would like to learn more about exosome therapy, please contact Dr. Michael Aziz’s office today for exosome therapy in the Hamptons, NY. We would be happy to answer any of your questions and help you get started on your journey to better health.