Join us on January, 22 at 1PM, at the 189 The Grove Dr Los Angeles, 90036 Barnes & Noble for a book signing and Q&A event with Dr. Gaurav K. Goswami M.D.
Dr. Goswami is a Physician and Founder of the Goswami Clinic and was recognized as one of the “Top 100 Healthcare Visionaries” for his exceptional contributions to the healthcare industry and his work in the area of cell therapy and advanced regenerative treatments.
In his latest book, The Stem Cell Cure, Dr. Goswami deep dives into specific ways to boost your health and vitality, reduce pain and inflammation, and implement holistic treatments that help people feel great and maintain an active lifestyle.
For decades, both professional athletes, casual weekend warriors, and aging individuals have been told that invasive surgeries are the only solution to full recovery and pain relief. However, Dr. Goswami’s research is proving that isn’t the only solution. Instead, by harnessing the transformative power of stem cells, he is helping patients not only return back to peak performance levels physically, but also helping to heal and recover from a variety of conditions such as back pain, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, cancer, and more.
If you’re struggling with physical, disease, or emotional health, and looking for a holistic approach to recovery and regeneration, this is a must-read book and a must-attend event. We look forward to seeing you there!
Ready to make your health a priority in the new year? Pick up a copy of The Stem Cell Cure on Amazon. This book is a leading resource on natural healing.
Mark Twain once said, “It's better to be an optimist who is sometimes wrong than a pessimist who is always right.” While we often come across quotes like these, we usually brush them aside as humorous.
Let’s look at what science says regarding optimism and your health. In 2009, Rasmussen and her colleagues from Carnegie Mellon and University of Kansas published a review that looked at 83 different studies.
These studies evaluated the effect of optimism on being sick, longevity, heart disease, immune function and survival from Cancer.
In the aggregate, these studies strongly suggest optimism is a significant predictor of physical health. The results from the overall analysis helped document the positive role optimism plays in physical well-being.
Patients with an optimistic outlook were generally healthier and had better outcomes when facing adversity. Just like we fuel our bodies with good food and exercise, our mind also needs the right fuel.
Start by feeding your mind with thoughts that are positive and optimistic. Thinking about the past leads to worry and thinking about the future causes anxiety.
Instead of dwelling on these, learn to be present in the moment. To develop a positive mindset, be aware of our temporariness on this planet, including the temporariness of everything that surrounds us.
While we want to be realistic and focused on achieving the things we want, it should not come at the cost of losing ourselves. In fact, the chance of us getting what we want in life significantly increases when we are positive.
Only then does the world enjoy interacting with us. While more studies are needed to further explore how optimism works, we know our minds are powerful tools.
When used to our advantage it, the human mind can create wonders. Bet on optimism!
Just like a machine requires regular maintenance, your joints need regular care. Daily physical activities, participation in sports, working out, all take a toll on the lining of your joints.
Inflammation can set in and pain starts to linger. Unfortunately, mainstream treatment options are not great. You pop pain pills, cut down your activity levels, or learn to live with your pain.
If you seek orthopedic advice, you'll most likely be offered a cortisone or steroid injection. All of these options negatively impact your quality of life and leave your joints weaker.
There is a much better alternative called Platelet rich plasma or PRP. Many athletes go this route. Platelets are cells found in your own blood. Platelets house ten powerful anti-inflammatory factors within them.
When injected into your joints, platelets clean up the inflammation and help relieve pain while keeping your joints healthy. The process of making PRP is very simple. You undergo a simple blood draw followed by a quick spin of your blood to concentrate your platelets. Your platelets are then injected back into your joints or where the source of pain is.
Published evidence in a head-to-head comparison shows PRP to be much superior to cortisone/steroid and hyaluronic acid/gel injections. More importantly, there aren't side effects. Also, pain relief with PRP lasts longer up to six months to a year.
Recovery is quick, with little downtime. If your PRP is made well, one single injection is all you may need. More importantly, with PRP your joint becomes healthier instead of getting weaker.
PRP is no gimmick, it is backed by several peer-reviewed publications. Do yourself a favor and tap into the power of your own cells to heal your body. No wonder PRP is called the super lube for your joints!
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