About Dr. Adelson
Dr Adelson began his training in regenerative injection therapy in 1998 while in his final year at The National College of Naturopathic Medicine, in Portland, Oregon. He opened Docere Clinics in Salt Lake City in 2002 and from day one, his practice has been 100% regenerative injection therapies for the treatment of musculoskeletal pain conditions.
Since February of 2010, Dr. Adelson has performed over 4,000 bone marrow and adipose-derived adult stem cell procedures, placing him among those most experienced in the world with use of autologous stem cells for the treatment of musculoskeletal pain conditions.
In This Episode You’ll Learn
- Why exosomes are the superhero of the cellular world
- The controversy over stem cell use
- Why spinal fusion is a VERY bad idea
- How much stem cell therapy costs
Links and Resources for This Episode
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