The practice of regenerative medicine through stem cells has only been practiced for 12 years, making it a comparatively new option. And while it doesn’t cure people it makes them better offering the body an added defense. The treatment includes an intravenous holistic approach and targeted injections for inflamed areas. The science behind the procedure is taken directly from naturally occurring body processes. While no one can know what the future holds especially in these early stages of regenerative medicines’ development but the current track record is promising.

Key Takeaways:

[1:13] Carpal tunnel led to intravenous cellular therapy

[3:39] Inflammation causes aging

[4:34] Cellular therapy is $15,000 to $25,000 and could be covered by Workmans Comp

[7:00] The science behind the therapy is based on a natural repair process

[10:24] Age management – preventative maintenance is easier than repair

[12:53] Lifespan may never reach the immortal level

[14:17] Every year cellular therapy gets better

[14:51] Research may be government funded in the future

[15:27] Contact Dr. Victor

[15:54] New York is only place but this will be changing in the future

[17:12] Intravenous treatment for the whole body with targeted local areas

 

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