New And Innovative Therapies To Slow Aging And Improve Cellular Function

There are numerous therapies to slow the aging process and improve cellular function that often fly under the radar for many patients and healthcare practitioners. Two of those therapies are hyperbaric oxygen, which increases oxygen for deep healing, and stem cell therapy, which improves overall health and reduces chronic disease.

In today’s episode, I talk with Dr. Scott Sherr, Dr. Bob Hariri, and Ben Greenfield about why hyperbaric oxygen is a great choice for brain health conditions and how stem cell therapy helps with chronic pain relief, reduces inflammation, and increases energy. We also discuss sauna and red light therapy. Dr. Scott Sherr is a Board Certified Internal Medicine Physician Certified in Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy and Health Optimization Medicine (HOMe). He is the founder of Integrative HBOT, a worldwide telemedicine practice where he consults and educates patients and clinics using his novel approach to hyperbaric therapy that includes cutting-edge and dynamic HBOT protocols, comprehensive laboratory testing (using the HOMe framework), targeted supplementation, personal practices, synergistic technologies (new and ancient), and more.

Dr. Bob Hariri is an accomplished surgeon, biomedical scientist, and serial entrepreneur in two technology sectors, biomedicine, and aerospace. He is the chairperson, founder, and chief executive officer of Celularity, Inc., one of the world’s leading human cellular therapeutics companies. Dr. Hariri pioneered the use of stem cells to treat a range of life-threatening human diseases.

Ben Greenfield is a human performance consultant, speaker, and New York Times bestselling author of 13 books, including the wildly popular titles, Beyond Training and Boundless. Ben hosts the highly popular fitness, nutrition, and wellness website BenGreenfieldFitness.com, a site with over a million monthly visitors, featuring articles, podcasts, and product reviews.

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