Alzheimer, Copd, Ms Parkinson discussed on Optimal Health with Dr. Calapai


I'm Greg waiting for the longest time to speak to you hover. The only way the the issue is of my two granddaughters. My daughter had twins, and they just detected that they have Turner syndrome. Okay. So I'm just wondering. Stem cell would be a probable and Medicare 'em medication to I'm not sure because Turner's syndrome is a chromosomal condition. So it's a genetic condition. I mean, I haven't seen literature on stem for that. But I mean, I would look, but I don't I don't imagine. It would it's not gonna change the genetics. I'm just figured, you know, I just figured I would ask you would work or not work or what? I don't know. I'm not sure that I would think it would work because it's something that you have in your blueprint in your genes. So it's a genetic defect, and that's stem cells will go repair damaged cells, but are not gonna take every gene defect and reverse, gene defect. Yeah. I say, but it's it's very strange because they're the only ones that have it. When my daughter she just found out about it about the couple of weeks ago about a month ago. Okay. They took them to genetic. What is it called medicine? Desist geneticists down in the city. And this this is what came back. So I'm just like enquiring from. You know what we should do? And what you know. We're actively children's hospitals are the ones that are the best because they see this sort of thing all the time, and there may be foundations for Turner's or any of the individual disorders, and you can get a lot of good information and see what's going on research there. My daughter should get in touch with a children's hospital while. Yeah, children's hospitals for children diseases. They see more of that than anybody. In other words, you don't go to a regular doctor. If your child has a as an issue or genetic issue, you go to a facility that, you know, a does research be has thousands and thousands of those individuals within their care in their history. So that always makes sense. Thank you for the call. Let's go next to Eugene is Sussex. Hi there. How are you? How are you? Dr great. I have a question regarding COPD and stem cells. Yes. How many treatments required usually one treatment? The majority of people that we've seen when we do intravenous or intravenous with a nebulizer to get extra stem cells topically your lungs. We'll do one treatment. I can't remember a patient that had COPD where we did a second treatment. I'm not saying that doesn't exist. But I know that we've never done a second Ivy on diabetics and diabetics typically, you know, between two to four months we'll have such a significant improvement in their insulin production and they backed down on their meds at center, they do exercise and diet. We've never done a second IV for diabetic. We have patients that have stroked. That'll do a second one year or two later, we have patients that have MS and Parkinson's. We'll do a second stem procedure a year or two later. So it for the the majority of people that we see one treatment is what's done. And I'm not saying person could say, hey, I'm seventy five percent better. I wanna do it again. They can you know, there's no risk side. Effected Robak your cells. It sounds good to be true. Dr. Well, you just have to look at the medical research. You know, when it's something sounds too good to be true read about it. Know on my website. There are two thousand articles the last couple of years are about stem cell therapy for all sorts of different diseases. You know, we talk about arthritis Alzheimer's COPD, diabetes, erectile dysfunction, frailty syndrome, heart failure liver. Kidney failure lupus MS Parkinson's stroke, rheumatoid, pulmonary fibrosis on the research articles on the site scleroderma any of the joints. We have a patient with macular generation has improved her vision. You have to look at the videos and the website because you'll hear people tell their story. Yes. It's unbelievable. But we've been brainwashed to thinking that everything in your body requires a drug researching. Yeah. I looked at that one that you had with the young lady very happy over period of a couple of months with the results. They're your cells. And that's their only job. Surprises me doctors at such an embedded chronic problem that it almost seems like a bloody miracle by may say that the you're missing the understanding of what stem cells are what they do. So you can see both the videos on gentleman with MS and Parkinson's. The left first column. First video is a man with a pink shirt, he was out of the wheelchair within a month. And then if you look down to videos below that under the lady with macular degeneration, the Parkinson's patient was on a wheelchair as well. So your cells only have that one job to repair damaged tissue. So whether it's COPD or any of these other disorders, there's tons of research worldwide that your own cells can create significant repair, you're putting brand new cells in where the damage has been done. So you're placing older cells with brand new cells. That's the only way that people can get these benefits because there's no drug that gets you out of the wheelchair. You know after so many years. There's no drug that makes you non-diabetic can not require any medications. You know? So you have to understand look at the research on my website, look at the videos, and you understand it. Thank you for your call. Phone lines relevant if you'd like to call the next question, you could do so right now, let's go to king in Brooklyn. How are you? Good evening. Thank you. Sure. Stem cell treatment for degenerated Gish. Doctors I think in Europe have tried to inject with a relatively long needle stem cells and kind of use a florist go to try to avoid hitting your nerve roots and try to inject him into your disk. I don't know how well that's worked. We have a lot of people that have back problems, but are more caused by ligament laxity in league of it, wear and tear stretching and damage for some people that opt to do it. We may do intravenous stem cells to get to all of their blood flow and all their organs and also inject the league of their back. They've got some good results. So depends upon what the really shows that you have. Right. Like completion of digest. Yeah. I know what that is. I mean, obviously know what that is. So I'd have to get a more clear picture on. What that what that shows? Do you have arthritis there as well? Do you have spun the lowest thesis, which means you're shifting one vertebrae on the top of the other Ford or back in it's a lot more complicated. So I need to see the Mirai and even your range of motion how much pain you have do you have pain when you get up and down out of the chair? I mean, it's a lot more. We need to look at. Treat it. Of course, we have lots of people of thirty years I've been in practice that have degenerative disease and low back and neck and joint problems. Of course. You know, what I would do you're missing my point have no idea. What I would do I need to examine you see what your range of motion is I need to see if your muscles are still relatively strong or their atrophying because if actually Kerr's it means there's damage to the nerve that my require removing some of that bone that's pressing on her damaging nerve. So it's not just you walk in, you know, like going after fast food, you can pick up your burger, I gotta learn about your body first. And then take it from there. Thank you for your call. Okay. Let's go to Doug in Morris county. How are you? Hi, hi. This is Doug. Yes. I saw I saw on the internet that concern about my memory about some possible clinical trials. I went into get tested, and I found out I have early onset Alzheimer's. How old are you sixty five five fifty five? And you know, they gave me some tests, you know, some some test neurological stuff at me questions and how much I remember does stories. She knows she was giving it to me right, then and there, and so are you assessing patients into your clinical trials. First thing is I don't I didn't create the clinical trials I was taken into the clinical trial because I met the requirements of what they wanted when we first started them a few years back. So for patients that want to stem cells, you don't need to have the clinical trial to get into it. So typically if you have issues with anywhere and tear on the organs of your body or the joints. We can sit down go over this setup and do the stem cells for you. Because there's ample research over many years worldwide that says stem cells will go to the areas of damage and make brand new cells. And if you look at the videos on my website as I keep saying. You'll see people with MS and Parkinson's out of a wheelchair patient with COPD who can walk and go shopping again people that are non diabetic after two months to four months of doing a stem cell IV lady with Macklin generation, stroke patient. Great results. So there's a patient that had dementia, and Alzheimer's and also foot trap, and that radically changed over the course of a month. So yeah. There's a lot you could read about if you if you also look at the articles in the bottom my website. So there are two thousand articles. If you read the bottom, and you look through those articles in scroll through them, you'll see articles on every degener- disease, including Alzheimer's, I remember lost. So I think that would be the greatest thing for you to do because it's only your cells. There's no drug of chemical, you know, it's the ultimate safe mechanism because it's your cells. Right. And I guess I have to decide whether it Goto about way, my wife, and I love your show. Thank you. Whether two clinical trial that that this cognitive center is suggesting me to do or what what are they doing in a cognitive center. Well, now, they're they're I guess they're getting clients to go into recruiting patients for what what are they gonna do? Cognitive therapy or medication or medication. I would not do that. And the reason why I would not do that. It's because for all the years, and every patient I've seen with memory loss and progressing into Alzheimer's, as it does many cases. I don't think the Mets work, and you could talk to one hundred people that have a relative that has Alzheimer's everybody does sooner or later. So the longer people live the more their brain wears just like their heart lungs liver, kidney, pancreas, and elsewhere and joints. But if you talk to people enough people who have relatives or see people that I've Alzheimer's on the meds. You don't see the result? But remember, you putting billions of brand new cells into your bloodstream, and then, you know, through a nasal mist directly into your brain, you putting new cells where the damaged cells are, and that's what the the whole function stem cells would be to make brand new cells where you have damage. Okay. Sounds really promising on. That's exactly where I was thinking to my no my father had it in a ton of his he's one of. Twelve and his sisters and brothers had Alzheimer's. Okay. Okay now. So the issue is as you are developing some memory issues early. We have to make sure that it's not heavy metal exposure, you may have high levels of lead mercury nickel. Aluminum, cadmium, arsenic, etc. So that concerns damage your brain with research has been saying that for seventy years, but I would look at you know, correcting your vitamins minerals hormones, look at your blood flow because some people have vascular dementia where they have plaque in the blood vessels going to the head. And that may be why you're not, you know, sharp as you were because you're restricting blood flow to the brain we have to look at that. But stem cells of the most natural thing that you could do. You know, one thing that was nice about the going into clinical trials as they offered a pet scan..

Coming up next