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The human body has its own inflammation signalling system that we can optimize in order to heal ourselves. Why does the sick care system’s way of dealing with inflammation actually destroy this system? How does regenerative medicine work? What are the different types of regenerative tools and which ones are best? On this episode, I’m joined by Buckeye Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation founder, Dr. Roy “Buzz” Korth, who shares on the approaches of regenerative medicine and how they can be employed to heal the body.
Testosterone deficiency has more to do with stress levels than age nowadays.
Through inflammation, the body begins a process of healing itself through stem cells and growth factors. When people take pain medication, they get rid of the pain, but they also stop the process of healing.
Stem cells need oxygen to release growth factors. The areas that degenerate are tendons, ligaments and joints and that’s because after puberty, those areas don’t get circulation.
At the start of the show, Dr. Roy talked about the state of veteran healthcare, and the correlation between stress and hormone deficiencies. Next, we talked about why inflammation can actually be a good thing, and the process of extracting and getting stem cells. We also talked about the difference between stem cell grades and uses.
We also discussed;
- Exosomes and how they are classified
- The legal and illegal uses of stem cells
- Best peptides for nutropic function and fat loss
The biggest issue we have in healthcare right now is that the so-called solutions to problems are nothing more than Band-Aids, quick fixes and short-term patches that don’t fix the root causes. This is where regenerative medicine comes in. It leans heavily on the fact that the body has the ability to heal itself, and if we get the right tools, we can help them regenerate. Pain and inflammation are warning signs and a signal that triggers the body’s stem cells and growth factors which will heal any wound. When we take pain medicine, SSRI’s and all the other quick fixes, we don’t actually solve the real issue. By employing the right tools, we can actually address what’s really at the core.
Dr. Roy “Buzz” Korth has dedicated his life to empowering people to live healthier lives. He has been practicing since 1998 after graduating with honors from The University of Florida and then Life University. He is the founder of Buckeye Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Buckeye Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation is a unique concept in health care that combines medical providers with chiropractors, physical therapists, and massage therapists all under one roof. He is also the founder of Med Fusion. Med Fusion is a healthcare consulting company that focuses on bringing the latest technologies to healthcare providers just like the ones he employs at Buckeye Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. He is also the founder of Veterans in Pain. For more information, go to https://buckeyepmrgrovecity.com/ or https://veteransinpain.org/. To get in touch, phone 614.562.9110 or email email@example.com.