Jan 29, 2020
Today on the Muscle Intelligence
Podcast we are joined by Dr. Harry Adelson from Docere Clinics in
Salt Lake City. Dr. Adelson educates listeners on stem cells, from
their function in the body to the procedures that leverage their
healing capabilities. He explains the process of isolating stem
cells and injecting them for optimization, emphasizing the role of
the “superhuman” mesenchymal stem cells and the communicative
function of exosomes. We take a deep dive into the full body stem
cell makeover, with Dr. Adelson explaining who the procedure is
designed for, the sedation options, what pain or discomfort
patients can expect afterward, when they should start seeing
results, and the costs involved. Tuning in to this episode, you
will also learn more about keeping your stem cells healthy, the
lifespan of stem cells in the body, the role of Wharton’s jelly,
and the difference between bone marrow and fat in terms of stem
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- The inception of the idea of
isolating stem cells and injecting them for optimization.
- How stem cells are isolated and
the superhuman abilities of mesenchymal stem cells.
- The function of stem cells and how
it is leveraged in stem cell therapy. [10:29]
- Fat and bone marrow stem cells and
why exosomes are crucial in cellular communication.
- Patient experience and sedation
during the process of extracting bone marrow. [20:42]
- The process of a full body stem
cell makeover and who this procedure is targeted at.
- Thoughts on epidural and
intrathecal injections and their connection to the brain.
- What patients can expect following
a “four hands” full body stem cell makeover. [30:29]
- Lifestyle choices for improving
the general health of your stem cells. [32:36]
- Post-treatment feedback and when
people can expect to see results. [36:12]
- The lifespan of stem cells in the
body and the role of Wharton’s jelly. [40:10]
- The difference between bone marrow
and fat in terms of stem cell concentration. [42:44]
- What the future of stem cell
medicine might look like in the field of tissue engineering.
- A guideline of what patients can
expect to pay for these procedures. [49:30]