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Combination therapies for healthy skin

Discover the secret behind glowing healthy skin!

Turn back the clock on aging with the power of regenerative injections in combination with IV therapies. Feed your body with the necessary nutrients, minerals, antioxidants, and stimulate your immune system to achieve a fresh, more youthful appearance and healthy skin.
Use regenerative injections to reduce, or even eliminate, the appearance of stretch marks, acne scars, and keloids, and improve the appearance of blotched or sun-damaged skin. These combined  therapies effectively reverse the signs of ageing not only on your skin but also from the inside!

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regenerative injections for hair loss and thinning

Hair loss can be devastating to both men’s and women’s image and self-esteem. Contrary to popular belief, hair loss is not strictly a male disease, around 40% of the 60 million people across the U.S. who suffer from hair loss are women.
By releasing a various proteins, steroids, hormones, and cytokines, PRP and Stem cell injections have been known to successfully repair bone and soft tissue. These very healing capabilities can now be replicated with hair follicles to stimulate hair regrowth naturally.
Learn how.

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Chelation Therapy, proven benefits for diabetes and cardiovascular health

Chelation therapy was first used in the early 20th century to treat metal poisoning. The treatment involves administering a drug called a chelator, which can bind or “grab” a metal that is later excreted in the urine. Alternative medicine practitioners have been using a chelator named disodium EDTA, to treat heart disease, claiming to see benefits since the 1950’s. 

Recent research funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) suggests that this old treatment that was once considered “quackery, expensive and unsafe”, may particularly benefit patients with diabetes mellitus and prior heart attacks.

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Stem Cells 101

Our body is composed of a wide variety of cells, each one of these cells have been assigned to perform a specific function within our body, conversely Stem cells are a specific kind of cells that have not been specialized, they are the body’s “building blocks” able to multiply and transform into any kind of cell. There is so much about Stem cells, we will summarize it for you in this condensed but powerful article 

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UBI and Ozone, a natural alternative to conventional antibiotics

On the verge of a “super bug” crisis, is there any way to help your body fight against harmful pathogens without resorting to conventional antibiotic use?
Infections and viruses are a fact of life, from cuts and scrapes, to the common cold and the flu, as long as you are alive you are going to deal with illness and injury. Fortunately, our body is equipped with an array of very sophisticated mechanisms to counteract, fight and heal all kinds of biological threats.

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IV therapy for colds and the flu. Does it work?

More than 9.3 million Americans get infected with the influenza virus each year in the United States. On average, each year 5 to 20 percent of the United States population gets the flu. If you are struggling with a stuffy nose, fatigue and sweating under the blankets you know how miserable the flu can be. But, is there anything you can do to “cure” the flu?

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Things you need to know before getting stem cell therapy

Choosing stem cell therapy or any other type of regenerative injections to treat your injury is an excellent decision, but you must account for the multiple factors that play a decisive role in the successful outcome of your treatment. Quality and type of injection to be administered is as important as the medical background, technique and technology used by the physician.

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Osteopathic approach to stem cells

Why choose an Osteopathic Physician when considering stem cell treatment?

Any patient seeking alternative treatments to their injury or condition will see that Osteopathic physicians are engaged in some of the most breakthrough therapies available today, because they seek to provide the best care possible while keeping in line with their less invasive, body-centric treatments. This is just one of the reasons why stem cell therapy became a favorite for Osteopathic physicians.

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