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An article by Tyler Grahan in the Men's Jounal magazine wrote a most interesting story about the work of a physician in Dusseldorf, Germany name Peter Wehling where he energized blood to become a major anti-inflammatory agent. The beauty of his work is that he takes the patient's blood, energizes it and returns the blood to the body to fight. The article describes how Kobe Bryant, the basketball legend, got fantastic results on his right knee which had undergone three surgeries and he continued to have pain and weakness in this knee. By all accounts, Kobe Bryant's treatment was a success. Others who have benefited form this procedure are Alex Rodriguez, olympic volleyball player Lindsey Berg, Pope John Paul II and former Viacom CEO Tom Freston.
The procedure,called Regenokine, was developed and patented in 1998. It involves drawing blood from a patient and then separationg and treating it with heat eo concentrate its healing properties. It uses the body's own anti-inflammatory proteins and human-growth factors to reverse pain and chronic injuries. The incubation process takes up to 24 hours. The "refreshed blood" stimulates the growth of immune-regulating substances like tumor necrosis factor and interleukins-1. The "refreshed blood" is injected directly into the joint or area of pain. No one knows how long the relief will last, but there many testimonies to confirm that it works.
Dr. Wehling states that the body's worst enemy is time and that pain stems from bad habits, like poor sitting posture or over use. He states that people turn to surgery that too often does not work. In some cases the side effects and the rehibilitation cause pain that is worse than the pre-surgical pain. Dr. Wehling believes that most people who experience pain suffer from inflammation and as we age, the body is less capable of delivering anti-inflammatory properties to the sources of pain.
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