Livin Again focuses on proprietary Bio nanoparticles which utilizes the signaling proteins and micro RNAs that may help repair tissues and may help reduce inflammation and pain.











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When in Aspen visit

Julian Gershon Jr., DO, FAOASM, ABAARM

225 N Mill street #114, Aspen, CO 81611


When in Denver visit

Julian Gershon Jr., DO, FAOASM, ABAARM

9600 W. Jewel Ave. Suite#3, Lakewood, CO 80232


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Non-Surgical Regenerative Solution FAQ’s

Nano-Particles are nano-sized particles up to 500nM in size. Nanoparticles are secreted from all cells and can be isolated from perinatal tissue, a rich source of regenerative cells and proteins. Perinatal tissue secretes growth factors, hyaluronic acid, and organic nanoparticles such as extracellular vesicles and exosomes from regenerative cells.

Organic Nanoparticles contain a combination of signaling proteins and microRNAs which get absorbed by cells, repair tissues and may reduce inflammation.

Nano-Particles are isolated from perinatal tissues using a sterile filtration process. Processing is
completed in a FDA registered laboratory following current Good Manufacturing Procedures (cGMP). All donated perinatal tissue is obtained during routine cesarean sections and screened according to FDA guidelines.

Your doctor will be able to give you more details on the procedure. Typically, a numbing agent will be used prior to injection and you will experience only minor pressure or discomfort.

Your doctor will be able to determine if Nano-Particles are right for you however, Nano-Particles have no known side effects or contraindications.

Like any medical treatment, outcomes vary from person to person. Your doctor will consult you based on your specific injury and overall health at the time of treatment. However, patients report pain reduction within the first week but most patients reach their best results at 2-3 months. This has to do with the repair that is done in each tissue, every tissue takes time to regrow, so you won’t see results overnight.

Your doctor will advise you on next steps based on the extent of your injury.

After your first treatment you will need to follow up with your doctor to monitor your progress. The number of recommended treatments is typically based on the extent of your injury and overall health.

Your doctor will be able to provide an accurate procedure cost based on your specific needs.

No, this type of treatment is not currently covered by health insurance. Please discuss with your
provider what payment options are available to you. However, x-rays, MRIs and office visits may be covered depending on your insurance.

How can you be fully alive if you spend every day in pain? 

How can you enjoy life if a nagging injury keeps you up at night? 

Time is precious. Your time should be pain free. On the other side of pain there is Livin Again.