Stem Cell Physical Therapy | EP155

Stem cell therapy is at the cutting edge of healthcare. Proper understanding of the procedure and rehabilitation of this unique treatment is critical to maximize patient outcomes.

In this episode, I interview Lola Dranker, patient advocate, and Scotty Nelson, co-founder of Cellular Performance Institute – a global leader in stem cell and cellular optimization treatments. We discuss what to expect after stem cell treatment, tissue healing timelines, and how to safely guide patients back to sport or their desired level of activity.

If you’re a physical therapist or rehabilitation professional who wants to ensure you’re staying at the forefront of stem cell rehabilitation, this episode is perfect for you. Enjoy!

If you’re more of a visual learner, check out my YouTube video on this topic below:

Below is more information on the guests and Cellular Performance Institute (CPI):

CPI Website: https://cellularperformanceinstitute.com/

CPI Instagram: @cpistemcells

CPI Co-Founder: Scotty Nelson (@scottyotm)

CPI Patient Advocate: Lola Dranker (@loladranker)

ATTENTION PATIENTS: have you recently had stem cell treatment? Are you looking for a skilled physical therapy team to help you reach your maximum healing potential? Click the link to get started: https://www.drchrisgarcia.com/stem-cell/. Located in three locations around San Diego, my physical therapy team at Sports Performance Physical Therapy is paving the way for treating clients who have gone through stem cell therapy and specializes in helping you reach your maximum potential of healing, return to your desired activity level, and remain healthy & active for life.

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