Hello, as a reader of my blogs, I have been guilty of teasing you with some password-protected blogs.
In honor of the new decade, the new year. and new beginnings, I would like to grant you special one-time access to all 26 private blogs below.
I am so happy to share the positive results on patients, friends, and family. Just yesterday, of my dear friends just texted me that for the first time in 10 years, he skied 9 days without icing his knees and is headed back up the mountain. Another 20-yo family member with anxiety and sleep problems just told me that he had the best sleep he had months the day after receiving nasal exosomes yesterday and is calm and focused…
If you would like to CONTINUE to receive these ground-breaking anecdotes and writings, please do contact me by email at firstname.lastname@example.org with your date of birth, phone number, and why you are interested.
I do this so that we have a legally-protected physician patient relationship and so our communications are not construed as advertising. There is no obligation to buy; I just want to know with whom I am communicating.
Thank you for reading!
Dr. Ed Park
Archived exosome blogs….Please read them all in your own time
To read the first blog, use password “parkblog”.
I still have voluntary ASMR eight months out. Mom’s arthritis is greatly improved.
To read blog 2, use password “parkinert”
I explain why I believe exosomes aren’t inert. An amazing case of an overnight in heart rate variability is presented.
To read blog 3, use password “whiplash”
The patient continues to feel well and her hand numbness is gone. Her dental disease resolved (see blog 18)
To read blog 4, use password “runners”
Both runners continue to run without the chronic pain and limitation from tendinosis that plagued them for months (in the case of the 60-yo man, and years (in the case of the 53-yo woman)
To read blog 5, use password “coffee”
In this blog, I discussed how complicated clinical medicine can be. Different treatment protocols, ambiguous results ethical dilemmas and strange phenomena like acquired coffee aversion are part of what make treating with exosomes so challenging.
To read blog 6, use password “rogan”
Using my left foot as an example, I attempt to explain that while some exosome effects are immediate, others take time. Remodeling of damaged tissues is a complicated process. My foot is still scarred and probably will be for life.
To read blog 7, use password “nerves”
Antonia continues to be pain free after 4 years of suffering. She wants another treatment
No password is required for this blog 8
I explain why lab testing of freshly thawed exosomes is SUPPOSED to come back as normal saline.
To read blog 9, use password “videos”
A nine-part comprehensive explanation of exosomes.
No password is required for blog 10
I interviewed the principal scientists of Kimera Labs and other experienced clinicians using exosomes
Password for blog 11 and the video are both “pucci”
66-yo Deb B. She is six weeks out and loving her “new” knees. 100 squats a day for two months straight after not being able to do even one. We gave her another injection nasally and it helped her read. She wants another treatment for herself and her father
Password for blog 12 is “121miles”
80-yo Doug describes in his video how much his knees have improved since getting exosome injections. He is reaching new athletic peaks with no signs of stopping. He just received a second injection and ran 7 miles the same day as well as a half marathon 4 days later
Password for blog 13 is “needling”
My 82-yo mom underwent microneedling with exosomes with fantastic results. Most impressive was the absence of “downtime” from redness or bruising. Mom is going to do my own microneedling in two days!
Password for blog 14 is “shoulders”
54-yo weight lifter with chronic pain from a rotator cuff tear shows remarkable improvement in just four days! He re-injured it at the gym so had to undergo a repeat shoulder injection
Password for blog 15 is “faces”
48-yo woman with severe face blindness experiences some improvement after nasal injections of exosomes. Her ability to remember new faces has improved permanently
Password for blog 16 is “aloha”
I delivered two lectures in Hawaii. The first was about exosomes generally and the second is a password-protected video about clinical applications.
Password for blog 17 is “books”
Three cases of middle-aged women reporting enhanced enjoyment and renewed capacity to read after nasal exosome therapy
Password for blog 18 is “teeth”
Two cases of improved dental health presented. We discuss the hazards of EMF and the promising future of dental regenerative therapy
Password for blog 19 is “chakras”
We discuss the notion of energy centers known as chakras and the fact that we are electrical beings
Password for blog 20 is “cradle”
A case of improvement in Seborrheoic Dermatitis after microneedling with MSC exosomes is presented. We are already planning his next treatment
Password for blog 21 is “bias”
I explain how poor we are at assessing change and how attribution and recall bias play important roles
Password for blog 22 is “backstab”
In the past year, there has been a lot of shifting loyalties in the exosome space resulting in a lot of rumor, innuendo, and bad press. With various parties trying to get each other in trouble with federal regulators, it is a treacherous business to be in.
Password for blog 23 is “rash”
I describe a case of an 86-yo woman whose chronic leg rash disappeared after improvement in her leg circulation
Password for blog 24 is “cars”
I use a car wash analogy to answer the question “how long do exosomes last?” The answer is it depends on how dirty and damaged the car is, how well you clean it, and how dirty you get it after washing.
Password for blog 25 is “knees”
I describe four cases of improvement of osteoartritic knees from my trip to Hawaii.
Password for blog 26 is “placebo”
We explore three definitions of placebo and explain why most of the changes are NOT likely to just beliefs
Password for blog 27 is “force”
Itching, twitching, and heaviness are common symptoms of exosome action. They represent new nerves, new muscles, and an increase in life “force”