This is Part 2 of my "Orthopedic Medicine is a Scam" series, the Regenerative Medicine episode. Everything you need to know about stem cells, PRP and more. If you have not heard part 1, you can listen to it here.
2:15 - Recap of the “standard of care”
4:04 - The root cause of most orthopedic issues
6:04 - Hormone health joint and soft tissue wear and tear
6:55 - Imaging recap
8:06 - Regenerative Injection Therapy
10:47 - What is Prolotherapy?
13:40 - What dextrose does inside the joints
15:10 - How to find a good Prolotherapist
15:57 - What is PRP?
19:20 - Stem cells vs. growth factors. There’s no real stem cells in a vial
20:50 - Exosomes
23:44 - Finding the pain generator is key
25:15 - Why cleaning up your lifestyle is important when getting injections
28:00 - Risks of injections
31:50 - Uses for PRP
34:00 - Who is eligible for these injections
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EP. 83: Orthopedic Medicine is a Scam Part 1
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