In this GoWellness Radio Episode, Regan Archibald and Annie Archer discuss what stems cells are, what they are not, and how they can help you.
Stem cells may not be for everyone, but it’s important that if you’re considering a replacement surgery of some kind, to try stem cells first. Often during surgery, they take out the joint and that means stem cells won’t be able to work if you find that your replaced joint is still causing you problems! Regan has seen a number of his clients recover from painful injuries through the use of stem cells, and even shares some data he’s compiled on the clients who have worked with him.
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[1:40] Last year, a healthy American spent on average $10,553 on health care.
[2:05] If you have a chronic condition, you’re looking to spend on average $14,000 to $18,000 a year on health care.
[2:40] It’s Regan’s mission to put the ownership of health back onto his clients, instead of the providers who just want to push more drugs.
[4:20] Quick disclaimer: Regan and Annie are not offering medical advice.
[4:50] Let’s get started! What is a stem cell?
[5:55] Where do you have the most stem cells in the body?
[10:00] Stem cells are in plants and humans. They’re everywhere!
[15:10] Under our current health model, we’re convinced that feeling pain is normal or ‘that’s just the way it is’. This is wrong! You’re not supposed to be in pain.
[16:35] Keep in mind, the stem cell itself is not going to heal the body.
[20:30] Regan shares some of the data he’s compiled so far on his clients using stem cells.
[23:55] Try stem cell therapy before getting a joint replacement.
[25:15] Regan and his team can not regrow a joint that’s been removed.
[32:55] One of Regan’s clients told her doctor of 10 years, that her health has gotten worse every year. The doctor said that they weren’t treating the root cause, just the symptoms. She thought this was ridiculous and went to seek additional help.
[38:20] The oldest patient who has received treatment at Regan’s clinic? They’ve had two 96-year-olds.
[39:10] Want to learn more? Feel free to contact us!
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