What YOUR Doctor does not know about stem cells…
It’s so important to seek advice from your doctor before trying a new diet, exercise, or even cutting edge treatment.
BUT… what if your physician (who you know, like, and trust) has no idea what you’re talking about?
I mean, would you get advice from your surgeon on how to adjust your back? No, they aren’t qualified to give an opinion you trust, you would go to a chiropractor instead.
…And, logically, vice versa.
But the honest truth about this example is that physicians are giving council on stem cells when they know nothing about it.
With stem cells being such an advanced treatment for healing, too often your local doctor has not had the formal training to weigh in on stem cells.
AND, consequently, there have been many myths and lies spread around about why people should not use stem cells for their neck, back, and joint pain… to name a few.
Well, to help dispel a few myths AND to give you a sneak peek on what’s to come, we have an incredible clip from The Healing Miracle series that we know you will want to see!
Click play below to begin watching this sneak peek preview…
In this exclusive preview, you will hear from Dr. Alan Gaveck and his interpretation on stem cells.
…and more importantly, he briefly addresses issues with industry myths and the misconceptions around what physicians know and what they claim about stem cells.
If you haven’t had a chance to sign up for the exclusive showing of The Healing Miracle: The Truth About Stem Cells, please click the link below!
We hope this serves you well.
To your health,
The Healing Miracle Team
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