Category: exercise

Real patient experiences

80-yo Doug ran 121 miles in 6 days!

In this video, we chat with Doug M who has had some nagging knees from his decades of running. After exosome injections six month ago, he has been on a tear!

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Exosomes 11: Deb B’s knees are improving

This week’s blog is a video posting about my patient, 65-yo Deb B. She received exosome therapy two and a half weeks ago and from the first moments of injection, she has felt much better.

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Exosomes 2: Not inert

Today is day 15 after injection and for the first time in a long time, this 80-yo completed his 5.8mile run without stopping to walk due to knee pain. He is very happy!

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Skiing as a metaphor for life and aging

A 60-yo skier said you “use it or lose it” but it really isn’t that simple, is it? People age, the tendons, ligaments, and cartilage become less flexible, slower to regenerate, and injured with incomplete repair.

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The best marker for biological age is…

The fact that progeria-affected kids have undeniable biological aging despite young epigenetic and chronological ages implies that telomerpathies that drive them are still the most robust explanation for aging globally

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