What do Kobe Bryant, Tiger Woods, and Hines Ward all have in common? Aside from being standout athletes in their respective sports, they’ve all taken advantage of the healing powers of platelet-rich plasma (PRP), a therapy that a growing
“I have suffered from osteoarthritis and cervical and thoracic bone spurs for many years. My arthritis pain was constant, agonizing, and lately so intense that I wanted to give up—I just wanted the pain to end. Conventional treatment put me
What do singer Linda Ronstadt, former US attorney general Janet Reno, actor Michael J. Fox, recently deceased heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali, and a million other Americans have in common? They all have/had Parkinson’s disease.
Chronic pain, Parkinson’s disease, osteoarthritis, lung and kidney disease, multiple sclerosis, brain and spinal cord injuries, vision and hearing loss… It’s rare that a single treatment can provide dramatic improvements across such a broad range of health challenges.
Two-time Super Bowl champion, five-time league MVP, 14 Pro Bowl appearances, Sports Illustrated’s 2013 Sportsman of the Year, leader in career touchdown passes and passing yards: Peyton Manning is one of, if not the greatest NFL quarterbacks of all time.
“I have had chronic neck pain for more than 10 years caused by bone spurs and arthritis, and I have had four epidural treatments to relieve the pain. Last year, I did stem cell therapyat Whitaker Wellness, and
Breakthrough benefits of stem cell therapy are reported weekly, and recent successes include improving vision in patients with severe retinopathy, creating insulin-producing beta cells, and growing new esophageal tissue. The problem is, most of these applications of stem cell therapy
Bone-on-bone osteoarthritis of his right hip kept Mel in constant pain and interfered with his daily activities. His orthopedist gave him three options: have a hip replacement; take painkillers, which might delay surgery for a couple of years; or do