Stem Cell Treatment # 8 – Black Holes & Postoperative Care

My 8th Stem Cell treatment was on October 20, 2016 provided by Dr. Thomas Balshi, MD. In this interview, Dr. Balshi explains the black holes as seen on my November 2015 MRI and also liposuction post operative care. Stem cells are cells that can self-renew to produce more stem cells. …

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Aging at Home: Will You Be Lonely?

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Most people say they want to age at home, but there’s a funny thing about that. Although folks want to stay in familiar surroundings to be near friends and family, too many people as they get older find themselves stranded in their own neighborhoods, suffering from a shrinking social network. In …

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UCLA scientists to study new ways to restore hand movement after paralysis

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The National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering has awarded UCLA researchers Dr. Daniel Lu (Brentwood) and Dr. Reggie Edgerton (Bel Air) a $6 million, five-year grant to explore new therapies for the approximately 273,000 Americans living with spinal-cord injuries. Some 12,000 Americans suffer such injuries each year. The UCLA research will …

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Prevent Contracture with Exercise and Stretching

If we don’t exercise including stretches, our muscles, tendons and ligaments will shorten and we may lose the full range of motion. This is called contracture and exercise including stretching will help strengthen and lengthen our muscles, tendons and ligaments and prevent contracture. A tendon is a fibrous connective tissue …

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