Stem Cell Medicine

Stem cells, or progenitor cells, are produced in numerous tissues, but most abundantly in fat. The purpose of these cells is to regenerate damaged tissue.

A small non-surgical procedure conducted in the doctor’s office can collect and refine these cells, activate them, then inject them into joints that need rehabilitation, such as the knee or hip, thus avoiding replacement surgery.

Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement

The purpose of bio-identical hormone replacement therapy is to restore hormone levels to those seen in youth, thus recovering lost function, and thereby gaining health benefits. The aging process proceeds through several drivers, one of which is the decline of hormones seen in the ’40s and ’50s. The collapse of ovarian and testicular hormone production results in the symptoms of menopause and (andropause in the case of males).

The decline of hormone production is related to the onset of diabetes, heart disease, osteoporosis, cancer, and cognitive decline.Most human hormones are simple molecules that are easy to copy using present-day technology. Pharmaceuticals, not native to the human body, do not have health benefits, are not hormones, and not used.

Thyroid Therapy

Low thyroid function is a common malady affecting roughly 10% of the population at any one time.

Age-related decline, not discerned by conventional medicine, causes slow metabolism, fatigue, cold intolerance, brain fog, muscle & joint pain, and much more.

​The current medical paradigm can neither adequately diagnose nor treat low thyroid function. Consequently, countless thousands suffer needlessly.

Weight Management

Excellent, capable, safe techniques exist to promote weight loss utilizing a combination of monitoring, diet, and exercise while taking medication and complementary amino acids. These associated techniques modify the expression of certain neurotransmitters known to cause weight loss.

An alternate technique to apply during the first 40 days of weight loss is the use of hCG, a human hormone causing the body to break down stores of fat and release them into the bloodstream. Both methods involve hydration to drive fat breakdown products into the urine.