If you are considering the Regenexx stem cell procedure, this article is for you.
To begin with, here are my MRI reports (before and after):
February 2015 MRI Report
January 2017 MRI
Now, the story behind this miraculous transformation:
My Regenexx Stem Cell Success Journey
I had a debilitating knee injury in 2015. Three top surgeons and most of the people I know recommended surgery. Instead of going under the knife, I decided to explore other possibilities.
After some digging, I found a Regenexx Stem Cell place specializing in regenerative stem cell procedures. To sum up, the method is to use your own stem cells to regenerate the damaged tissues.
When I learned about this procedure, I felt a firm belief that there was a chance it would work. At that point, I was all in, and it was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. I contribute my stem cell success to the preparation and recovery phases of the procedure. I introduced intermittent fasting and switched to a whole-foods, plant-based diet. I practiced my physical therapy daily. Finally, I held a healing visualization and meditation each morning to begin the day.
As a result:
My ACL regenerated by 90%!
What Are Stem Cells?
“What are stem cells?” you ask. Possibly the coolest – and least understood – cells in the body
Stem cells are capable of giving rise to indefinitely more cells of the same type, and from which certain other kinds of cells arise by differentiation. Many debilitating medical diseases and premature aging are due to abnormalities in these processes.
Furthermore, there is a body of new and existing research. For instance, Medical News Today recently reported how stem cells show potential for brain damage repair. Research from Australia suggests by manipulating cell-surface proteins it may be possible to get bone marrow stem cells to differentiate into brain cells. If the method proves practical, it could lead to ways of generating new brain cell populations for repairing brain damage.
I hope you have found this success story informative and inspiring!
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