Episode 145

Stem Cells, Platelet-Rich Plasma and Bio-identical Hormone Treatments

EP145: Stem Cells, Platelet-Rich Plasma and Bio-identical Hormone Treatments

How alternative therapies assist the body’s natural healing processes.

Today’s guest, Doctor Amy Killen shares her experiences of providing clients personalized, preventive and regenerative bio-identical hormone treatments, stem cell therapies and platelet-rich plasma injections. Drew and Dr. Killen discuss the benefits new age therapies offer to a person’s overall health and quality of life, treatments to stimulate and enhance sexual health and the possible side effects or downsides these alternative therapies may have on the body.

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Key Takeaways:

[7:33] Dr. Killen shares her journey from emergency medicine to preventative/regenerative medicine.

[16:20] Why don’t we hear more about the benefits of proper nutrition?

[19:13]  How Dr. Killen and Dr. Adelson became medical partners.

[22:04] The difference between Stem Cell and Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) treatments.

[26:20] Why men AND women need an integrated approach to sexual health.

[32:51] Are there side effects or downsides to PRP, stem cell therapies or bio-identical hormone replacement?

[39:12] Which preventative methods or supplements help existing stem cells work better?


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Posted by Drew

May 29, 2018 in Podcasts

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