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06:32 min | Last week

"dr brian frank" Discussed on KTOK

"I can't move. I don't like to walk. It hurts. I hobble. It's miserable and I can't get even up to the starting gate. Yet, you know, And I think the same is true of people who maybe have super low energy, adrenal fatigue, thyroid deficiency, whatever. And they're having a hard time getting to the starting gate. Even begin the process. Once they feel right again, they can't wait to get out and move and walk and exercise and get active again, Doc. And I think that that is an important part of this story. There are people listening who can't get to the starting gate of all of the things that they'd like to do. Maybe they changed their diet. The pain is still there, and they can't really get started. And it sounds like that's a little bit about what your patient was going through. Um, I kind of overstating it or is that where he wa so that's a good description on day and hopefully in the next couple of weeks after Thanksgiving or whatever. Hey, expressed an interest in incoming on we'll try and get himself. People here are firsthand story. Good. Yeah, you know, long along with that I had another exciting thing. It's been a few weeks ago, but One of my patients. Of course, in my brochure in the clinic I have I have Ah, X ray that shows a patient that's bone on bone. But you know, and and and then they show the same patient. After the benefits of proto therapy, and they're no longer bottle bone, and I have always shared that. It's a great great illustration. It's on my Web site. And and yet I had a patient that in May of 2019 She had an ex ray and her her name was bone on bone. She went through the course of pro therapy with me. And then a few weeks ago, she had a bicycle accident where she toppled over and she kind of hurt in the end her ankle and so she went into the urgent care. And they did an X ray. And and the doctor was reviewing that X ray plus the one from almost a year and a half previously, and he said, I don't get it. He said You were bone on bone over here. But you're no longer bottom bun. What you do. And she said, Well, I saw about the Franken We did this primal therapy and regenerated the cartilage in, you know, he's a good doc. It's just that he wasn't trained to know that you could do that. Well, and he described his head. Well, we have when you live in the world of much needed symptom relief. I'm not slagging on anybody for for providing symptom relief. My gosh, you're in pain. I'd like to be able to. It's still get out of pain. Get out of bed and do what I have to do. So symptom relief has an important place in health. It's just that what About the root cause. What if we were able to deal with the root cause? What if we were able to regenerate tissue and I know that that is really foreign to Ah lot of listeners. Unfortunately for into a lot of practitioners also, and that's why I love the docks that we bring on the show. We're bringing life back to the patient. You listen to super health. That's Dr Brian Frank. I'm Kyle Drew. You mentioned acupuncture at the beginning and real quickly as your as People are thinking about this. I can imagine somebody's in pain and the causes well, they're bone on bone. Acupuncture might provide some symptomatic relief, but really, until the tissue is regenerated. It. We're not. We're not talking about a long term effect is that is that fair? Well, you know, actually, in my acupuncture practice because I had a number of years doing medical acupuncture before I learned problem therapy and and I actually had quite a number of patients that were did very well with their degenerative need conditions. Uh, it wasn't as high of a success rate as we see with pro therapy and it took more visits, and so really, when you look at it, uh, between between the fewer visits, that it takes the form of therapy to regenerate that healthy cartilage. It really ended up being about the same price. And so in my practice, I go to the primal therapy. Is Aziz the definitive treatment for that condition? I love acupuncture. And it's got a lot of benefits, whether it's paying related or whether it's for, you know, anxiety or insomnia. Or as Lord got related issues, there's a lot of benefits to acupuncture. But when you got a bone on bone knee, I'm gonna recommend they go straight away to promote their Let's just do it. Let's just go straight away to it. Why not? I was showing her healthy joints Don't hurt is my favorite phrase of yours and you know, and my experience with acupuncture with a traditional Chinese medicine physician. Was so powerful and mine was got related. And and so it's not just pain. There are so many things. What we need to do is get you in front of Dr Frank go ahead and schedule an appointment. And kind of see what the deal is. We need to take a full assessment, though it's not just okay, it's money and nothing else or I know it's testosterone. I know I don't have any Testarossa, and there's nothing else in the world that it could be, Doc, Just give me a bunch of testosterone. I want those bodybuilding levels. That's not the way Dr Frank works. We have to take a look at the whole person. Got to take a look at the full chemistry and get a full history an assessment and that's what Dr Brian Frank's going to do When you make an appointment at re Genesis Health, Let me give you a phone number to make the appointment. It's area code 405. 7637603 it's 4057637603. You can also go online to re genesis health dot com. It's r E dash. Genesis health dot com. You can leave a message today. Make an appointment for this week. Get in. I know Thanksgiving's coming up. But you know the holidays. You know what? You don't want to break down there on the holiday. You just wanted to just go and get fixed..

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"dr brian frank" Discussed on KTOK

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03:37 min | 2 weeks ago

"dr brian frank" Discussed on KTOK

"And as I examining now, I do a lot of, you know, rotator cuff and other shoulder injury problems by sip it'll tendons and whatnot. With Provo therapy, the original stem cell therapy. But But as I went over his history and over his exam, I said, You know, I really I really think you'll respond well to the post way therapy and sure enough, we did post way therapy that day and a week later, one more time and it completely resolved. His shoulder issues. Really? We didn't s so we, You know the cost was cheaper for him and nothing invasive it all and So when we do that pulls away from musculoskeletal problems again, it will break up micro black in the fashion that connective tissue. It will increase blood flow of the muscles and the connective tissue. Um, and and so it'll it'll break muscle spasm patterns, things like that. So I've enjoyed using it like this gentleman just recently on his shoulder, But some low back issues have responded very well. I really like it when people have Plantar fascia, or he'll spur. Um, for that. I've through the years, used acupuncture and had some success. I've had greater success with Pirlo therapy, an original stem cell therapy but quite honestly, now with the pulse wave Most of our plans are fashion heel spur. Patients do very, very well with with a a short syriza of the post way therapies and you know it's it's much easier than Then having an injection into that planes are fashion. You know what I want to do is you know at the beginning of the year, I'd like to come to you and I just want all over pulse way therapy, break up all the micro plaque and then just go through the whole Parolo therapy, and it reminds me of something. You sent me an email this week and in your signature, it said new beginnings. In health and wellness, new beginnings in health and wellness. That's what re Genesis Health is all about, Doc and I love that line, and I just think to myself gosh, what we have here in the Oklahoma City Metroplex at re Genesis Health with Dr Brian Frank. It is a real chance to have new beginnings. Whether it's hormone insufficiency, whether it's weight loss, whether it's erectile dysfunction, blood pressure pain, you're needing joints regenerated, not just make the pain go away, but actually heal the joints because As Dr Brian Frank says, healthy joints don't hurt. That's my favorite line of yours. By the way, doc. It Z. But true. Well, in in the thing about it is, is that If you just think about it, there's an opportunity right here in Oklahoma City, and why wait until the first of the year? I was just you know, that's when people do stuff. But why not get a new beginning? Right now? Here's the way to do it. You'll give Dr Brian Frank a call. Here's his phone number. It's area code 405. 7637603 that's 4057637603. Or you can go to re genesis health dot com that new beginning right Our e dash. Genesis health dot com Re genesis health dot com Make an appointment today. Go ahead, Leave a message right, it's Saturday. But.

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03:22 min | Last month

"dr brian frank" Discussed on KTOK

"It was also in 2015. And and so they did this study and they had 24 patients that that they followed for six months after and you know they're looking at range emotion. They're looking at pain as measured on what's called the visual. Analog scale they're looking at Um The ability to get back to activities of daily living and so forth. And and in each of those areas, they found significant improvement that was validated by. You know, the Fancy hotshot research tools that they use. So that was a great article to confirm again. You know what I've been doing for 30 years with classic pro therapy is You know, I even share with my patient to say. You know if you got degenerative The arthritis. Don't replace the joint. Regenerate The joint s O. Many people don't know that. That's an option. And I understand why they wouldn't. They're not hearing it when they go to their garden variety, doctor. They're they're not hearing it most of the time with their orthopedic surgeon. Nothing wrong with that. It's just that to get the other side of the story, you're gonna have to go to the other side of the track. You have to go to a doctor who's been in conventional medicine and still has the power of the prescription pad but also has alternative techniques that are proving themselves to be safe and really affected. By the way. Don't listen to this, Doc. Don't listen, because I'm about to talk about you. Can you believe this guy, folks? You and I are reading People magazine. He's reading, clinical, orthopedics and related research. In his spare time. Who is this guy? Okay, You can listen again dot know it always cracks me up. When when you science types are talking about light reading that you've done and I came across this article in this obscure journal, but the fact of the matter is, Doc. If there is a way to regenerate tissue, go row it back again, and it's safe, effective and oh, by the way, affordable. Boy. Oh, boy. I don't see why everybody doesn't do this first. Now, obviously they need to come in and see you. They need to find out OK, You're just dealing with some stiffness right now. Maybe some Some ultra cur would do the trick. Maybe a few other things that you're doing in the office would do the trick. Or are we at the point where we actually need to grow back tissue? That's no longer there. Either way, it's time to make an appointment with Dr Brian Frank. He's up in Edmond and he's at re Genesis. Health. I like that name like regeneration. Ah, NIU Again. Re Genesis Health. Here's the phone number 405. 7637603 it's for 057637603. The website is re genesis health dot com are e dash genesis health dot com You can take a look at all the services I know we talk about pain a lot, but it's because that's what a lot of you are asking us. Week over week and we want to make sure that we're talking.

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04:42 min | 3 months ago

"dr brian frank" Discussed on KTOK

"And they're speaking specifically about the knee joint, and they're talking about with that arthritis and what you have is you have a wearing Terry have a Ah, wearing away of the amount of cartilage in the joy and so ultimately, even though Bombo and they're talking about how to regenerate that now they do point out some things that are true. And that is that. Joints down unnecessarily regenerate. Cartilage doesn't necessarily regenerate very readily. Part of that is because The you know. The cartilage must like ligaments and tendons. If you compare those tissues, toe muscle and skin and internal organs, stuff like that. It has very poor blood flow right. That is part of what makes it difficult for those structures to heal and repair and regenerate. After wearing terror after an injury, But in this article, they basically say, you know that there is nothing to do until they're great Discovery. Which is simply not true. In fact, it's not just 40 Classic Rollo therapy has been around for 85 years Classic Parolo therapy, which you do in your office. It's the original stem cell therapy. It's the original stem cell therapy and what we're doing is safe or worn out. They we are filling the nay, not with corticosteroids like Ah, a lot of family doctor's an orthopedist, not with rooster comb or orthe abyss and send this not these products that just treat the symptoms. All of those therapies. They you know, for some people they actually helped for a time, But it's treating the symptoms is not treating the problem. And so what we want to do and functional, integrative regenerative medicine is we want to try and restore and regenerate healthy joint and most of the time we can. And so we do that with plastic Pirlo therapy where the solution that we put into the joint stimulates the patient's own. Stem cells and growth factors to flood in a student. So you know, I know a lot of people hear about it. But what is the extension of the simply a very immature self? In this case, it's a very immature inflammatory, so So that cell comes in and is it babe is in the wrists upon the cartilage has been worn thin, then literally. It's pretty cool. Literally. Those stem cells become new, healthy cartilage. Wow, it so that's that's The sane, affordable way to do it in the office at Dr Brian Frank's place now contrast it with what the the Stanford study showed. How were they wanting to re grow tissue? Yeah. So what they were doing in the Stanford study, and it does work. I agree with him. It does work, but, you know, being an anesthesiologist. What I always tell patients is that it's a It's a fun place to work, and it really is. But don't go there unless you need to. Because, you know, not everybody has surgery does well and currently the Incidents of mercy of the bad staff. That's resistant is really into high in the outpatient surgery, setting as it is in the inpatient setting now, so You know if you can do things conservatively than most of us are better ahead that way, But this process, what they do is they call it micro fracture. But what they're doing is literally the doing our cross to bear. So they put a scope inside the May that's very common, and then they're literally drilling holes into that cartilage that is worn out in creating this microfracture process in that wound. Stimulates themselves and growth factors to come in and healing repair. Well, guess what? That's what we do in classic pro therapy because we are wait a minute. Wait a minute. That is not what you do in classic Rollo therapy. I'm sorry, perfectly. We're doing it through a solution, but wait a minute. Really? Carefully. You're saying that the Stanford solution is to frack? Sure. That the tissue caused damage and then well, these healing factors come and they start regrowing the tissue. Is that essentially what we're talking about? Yes, that's what were talking So you damage it. You injure it exactly. But, you know, I mean, it leads us to the whole discussion about how we improperly treat injury and sports medicine and accidents in America..

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"dr brian frank" Discussed on KTOK

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04:20 min | 5 months ago

"dr brian frank" Discussed on KTOK

"Hurt your listener super health that's Dr Brian Frank I'm Kyle drew so when somebody is used to taking these steroid shots and maybe the pain does go away and sometimes that is the only thing that you have on your mind okay that and I get it I've been in pain and sometimes I'd swallow a snake if it meant getting rid of the pain right now but then when it turns into a long term prospect one of the things that Doug Kaufman has said for a long time is that some of these anti inflammatory steroids and actually can promote fungal overgrowth in the body which can create a number of side effect issues and I know you know all about that doctor Frank so when some but he is saying okay I've been doing steroid injections I want to give this a go with Dr Frank does it matter if they've recently had a steroid shot or if they're at the end of the effectiveness of the previous steroid shot doesn't matter what time they come in to see you is there an ideal time or just call right now and make an appointment yeah well I'd say just call because you know I I schedule all my patients personally and so when I have a new patient call then then I'm gonna talk to him on the phone well before we make that appointment so they'll know what to expect but if if they have had a recent cortisone shot we usually wait at least a couple weeks to four weeks but you know really and truly most people they've they've white at that time all already and so normally we can get on the right hand within within about a week certainly and one of the big differences is first of all let me start over when it comes to prolotherapy we only have two minutes left in the segment Dr Frank but when it comes to prolotherapy do they take the therapy once per week for a number of weeks or once every other week until until you feel like you've you've achieved what you need to achieve how often do people do the actual in half in clinic therapy yes great question some people are completely done and and well and two or three treatments what we know statistically over many thousands of patients is that really whether it's a male shoulder back and elbow whatever statistically by the time we do for treatments and then typically those are at two week intervals but we can we can little by little bit one way or the other we need to do but roughly two week intervals by the time we do the for treatment we're in an eighty to eighty five percent success rate and and like I say they may be done and her three treatments I would love birds five or six but it's a short series and and you know it's it's not Walmart it's not a hundred percent but boy we see eighty to ninety percent success rate and you don't see that anywhere else in medicine typically well and what success means when prolotherapy works is that tissue is actually being regenerated being rebuilt and up because of the pain itself is going away you're actually regrowing tissue that the steroids are just turning the pain receptors off they're just not able to perceive the pain but the tissue was still damaged or degenerated with prolotherapy success means not only does the pain go away but the cause of the pain has been mitigated against let me give you doctor Brian Frank's phone number those of you who have been in pain those of you who need hormone replacement but don't want steroid side effects and there's a lot of those out there trust me here's the phone number four zero five seven six three seven six zero three it's four oh five seven six three seven six zero three make an appointment and let's get you in this week go to his website regenesis health dot com that's R. ET dash genesis health dot com Dr Brian Frank thank you so much we'll talk to you next week well the.

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"dr brian frank" Discussed on KTOK

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06:51 min | 1 year ago

"dr brian frank" Discussed on KTOK

"I have Dr Brian Frank with me and I talked about Dr Frank about pain all the time because he's my go to person when someone is this has chronic pain as had operations didn't work or doesn't want to have an operation I always say go see doctor Frank first and he's has all these different ways to approach now but he's also not only in the M. D. and the specialists in pain but he has a a doctor our fellowship in. integrated functional medicine and that is where they apply a lot of the natural things that I'm into along with the medical world and take it to a new level so I know when you go to the seminar starter Frank you may have someone that's an expert on heart disease and they'll have their own protocol natural protocols probably similar to what I tell people take when I give lectures but tell me if I came to you and I had congestive heart failure and I'm gonna and the second example would be let's say someone had a heart attack and then we'll have a second a second one you just aren't very been a weakness the heart is a different approach than a heart attack to a degree but they have a lot of overlap so how would you approach that from a natural approach from integrative medicine approach. well. a great topic in fact I personally had to go through about three years ago went through us bout of atrial fibrillation myself and I was just fortunate that I in my fellowship module on integrated cardiology that was with doctor mark here stand and and then you mentioned doctor Stevens laughter both of those are two of the top integrative cardiologists in the nation and when we say integrative that the main just alternative that means that conventional care plus the alternative we bring those together and nutrients play such an important part of ourselves so I would always encourage people with either heart attack a sliver congestive failure yes to your cardiologists yes I understand sometimes are going to be either not interested are a bit negative all nutrients and stuff in there and that's okay they just in the study that but what I would generally recommend and of course we would always consult with a patient and make specific recommendations when we say there are particular issues but I want to bring up. or things that I would absolutely consider one would be many people are deficient in magnesium and so what I would look at a at a magnesium alloy he like Formula probably in generally speaking about five hundred milligrams twice a day I would encourage people to take Epson salts backs periodically a couple of cups of Epsom salts into about them you know usually this time the reader relaxer you know just have some personal quiet time but it's a great great way to absorb magnesium and magnesium is a real big player and helping to die like the blood vessels are relaxed them so that you're you're taken or less resistance meaning you're taken resistance away from the heart George also good for blood pressure so magnesium is an important one for most people computer here and is it is an important one I personally agree with most of the research indicates the back when all forms so that's what what I recommend and you know it depends on what medicines and supper on but some people only need a couple of hundred milligrams others need four hundred but you know again we we decide that on the order of the individual basis of the Kerr Cuban can be really important for its anti inflammatory effect you know even blood pressure and diabetes and the functional medicine world is now understood to be at its heart and inflammatory conditions so when you have blood pressure or heart problems there is an inflammatory issue and so you know my favorite personal is the altar curb the ultra bio available curcumin it is really fits that very well and then the last one I want to mention is do you ride the ride yeah. D. ribose powder typically comes as a powder with a scoop in it usually you get five grams in a serving and and detect five grams of D. rivals powder either two or three times a day I tell you what when when I went to my fellowship it was remarkable for people that have cardio heart attacks and thirty yeah I think he just hard very were the hearts getting weak in the park it right up yeah the recovery in the rich and this is legitimate published research the recovery of people that took the D. rivals quite honestly it didn't just surprised the researchers at astonished them and so it's it's fairly inexpensive it's easy to get it you know the the local health stores in Sudan's rocky stopper off Amazon whatever but the rivals powder is a really important one also with it it provides nourishment to the body country in the cardiac muscle and and so you see you see more effective contractility and and that's that's a real big player yeah in fact one Thomas lecture heart disease and I was explaining to him and I said that it tastes just as good as sugar to is very sweet but it won't raise your blood sugar and doctor that was in the audience who can I put it my coffee and said what yeah outs looks meant to do it that way no not at all I'll do it and I went okay yeah it's a good idea but in your coffee. the I don't recall the bed that you know it's a good idea. yeah we could run down a little rabbit trail just for a moment with this this brings up a point that in general Americans get too much sugar we're talking brochure or high fructose corn syrup things like that but there are several actually help the sugars D. ribose is known for its benefits to heart health D. mannose is known for helping women that have recurrent urinary tract infections and and then was silent tall I read a study done by fellowship that showed that if if you've got kids that have middle ear infections repeatedly and you have them Peter true silent all done or chew bench was silent call each day it reduced the number of middle ear infections by a whopping seventeen seventy six percent something like that that's what I'm that kid I to a lot of such drugs and I like to me it's too and it it makes things so slick fall it would probably work on the bladder to it makes is so slick bacteria falls all now doc how do people get a hold of you..

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"dr brian frank" Discussed on KTOK

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11:53 min | 1 year ago

"dr brian frank" Discussed on KTOK

"Drew me to eating tofu hating nutrition who meets that's going to be an acronym we're gonna use in just a minute mate meeting to avoid interruptions happen you're joining us every single week right here on super healthy happy happy happy Hey listen a lot of you right in I don't know how you do it I don't know how you figure out how to write in but you're right in you somehow have my email address and there's there's a couple of things that have come up over the past week and I want to get doctor Brian Frank's perspective on it Dr Brian Frank is a medical doctor get me medical doctor means he has the power of the prescription pad but he's one of us he likes the integrative approach the best of conventional medicine the baddest of natural medicine combines them all together at a place that he calls read genesis health it's up in admin you'll need to make an appointment I'll tell you how it the end of the segment Dr Brian Frank how you doing brother Hey we're glad to be with you glad that you're with us again I my wife and I were doing what is essentially sort of spring cleaning but we're doing it shin on Labor Day weekend and the boy this is gonna be of much longer project then we first anticipated boil boy and we were up in the attic and it just it was it was a mess I'm Tony by the end of the day we were being eight just beat and I my wife I think tweak something their shoulder backer and and and she said of boy I could use an ice pack right now what is it no no no no lights forget the ice Dr Frank and I you didn't hear the show it was with doctor Frank and he said no more ice could you talk a little bit about the old style of dealing with this just a quick you know must. pull or whatever where the the acronym was rice and tell us what rice meant and then tell us what your new perspective is for twenty nineteen. well yeah it's a fun topic because there is some of. your confusion there. you know you can look at just common knowledge for moms and dads raising kids in sports store high school college Olympic professional sports and rice are I see he stands for rest ice compression and elevation and those are the the types of things that are quote unquote common knowledge to do for an acute injury however it's interesting that while all of those address the immediate symptoms all of those delay open with yelling and so that's why the one I'm teaching prolotherapy around the world we say we don't use rice we use me I mean I. and then you had alluded to that earlier so maybe stands for movement and exercise so we we like movement we keep it within reason we don't go over board but but movement in exercise is important then the egg stands for analgesic teams are rather than grabbing for the anti inflammatory pain medicine like add bill only by the program turn all those really better FOR calling our extra strength Tylenol for for the pain and then and then you're something topical like been gay or mental later Vicks vapor rub something like that those menthol camper right creams and and really can be quite effective for an acute injury plus they're going to warm the tissue by you know you're gonna have increased blood flow so you're taking more oxygen and nutrients to your issues that are injured and they were needing to heal and repair so so for Frank you're what you're saying is you're not delivering cold to the tissue which is what people have traditionally done instead you're you're doing various things to bring heat to the tissue it sounds like. absolutely when you do that you know he feels better to most people than the eyes yeah that's me yeah help you know like your admission with your lower back and stuff that's an area where. along with neck and shoulders at that he will help to reduce muscle spasm. and then and then it's increasing blood flow to help promote healing so immediately movement exercise analgesic instead of the anti inflammatories and then the TV and make stands for treat the problem instead of the symptoms so it's a it's a completely different approach than conventional medicine that generally speaking a symptom oriented we want to go to the nature of the problem but injury to those two issues and and you know whether it's a biker current a laser. wait there be prolotherapy there are so many natural therapies acupuncture that that can promote healing and decrease pain so hopefully those things don't become longer okay so me too you know what I like about that acronym it spells meat I I like that is the meat eating tofu hating nutritionist Liz is super of that sucker Brian Frank I'm Kyle drew okay so somebody wrote in and said listen I'm brand new to the show and had some nice words to say about it said I don't think that you guys are gonna be up able to help me though I was just diagnosed with bone on bone needs have been hurting for an awfully long time I've got bone on bone nothing they can do about it the doctor says knee replacement is in my future and probably pretty soon because apparently he's in a lot of misery and he said is there anything said don't tell me glucosamine of taking glucosamine I forget that but is there anything else that you'd recommend soul for you who wrote that end Dr Brian Frank what's your opinion. all that kind of bread and butter of our practice you know really common so I would urge a yes come on in we grew prolotherapy which is the original stem cell therapy we stimulate the body's stem cells and growth factors to plug into that name where the cartilage has worn out and and those stem cells that will be flooding into the New York. but I literally will make sure to become healthy cartilage any in in my text books on prolotherapy you know there's there's X. rays of patients that were bone on bone before and then afterwards you know through a series of treatments and sometimes to mature them there were no longer a phone a phone because you literally regenerate healthy tissue healthy structure amazing amazing about how long do I know that we asked this a lot but this is a brand new listener about how long might it take is it is it a five year process in other words. you know we typically see patients every couple of weeks but because we want your body to have time to bring in their stem cells or growth factors and again that healing and repair process in sports in people who really need to get back up there because you know if it's high school sports you give me a scholarship that's an important deal for young players okay so. in sports related type things sometimes we seem every week but for most people it's every two weeks so you know by the time we do for treatments we're somewhere in that eighty eighty five percent of patients that have made significant process progress and and you know decrease pain decreased need for pain medicine increased tolerance activities and and many people are completely down and. portrait much if it's an acute injury if it's chronic they've been bone on bone no it probably is going to be four six would be average for most people but a four to six treatment was. every couple weeks with a one and you know it's stimulating the body to actually get well. you know when I when I'm asked about prolotherapy from people who are out and about they'll say what what one of the big headlines for prolotherapy that's not how they say it that's my interpretation yeah my big headlines are it number one it's the original stem cell therapy the original stem cell ago that's interesting number two it seems to be just as effective as actual stem cells being injected in it into the tissue it for the most part just pretty much right in line with actual stem cells but number three way way way less costly I mean we're talking what a tenth of the price of of of actual stem cell therapy. yeah and I would only at that comment slightly is improper appears also actual stem cell therapy but true what we're gathering is we're stimulating the body to flood those into the joy rather than actually harvesting them from bone marrow or fat or even amniotic pulling cord blood material which which by the way doc Frank absurd interrupt but I must tell you I received a few phone calls over the past several months and they're from stem cell companies and they're looking to hire somebody in Oklahoma City to promote their stem cell therapy and as I began researching the stem cell business and this is where they inject stem cells into the body it's not doing prolotherapy where you're. being up your body's own stem cells but it's just injecting stem cells and man there is a lot of Tom foolery and that lots and lots of CD under handed kinds of things going on where for example there there was one company where people were spending twenty thousand dollars to get stem cell treatment and there were no stem cells in the stem cell therapy and it in and they said we we have a bunch of stem cells in this vile here we're just gonna injected into turns out no stem cells I want to by pass that all together in addition to the fact that there's an awful lot of safety issues and everything else the pro of therapy that you've talked about is there re attractive to me and it's attracted to a lot of our listeners who have come to you and they were hunched over and now they're walking again so it seems to me that when we talk about pro with there be the original stem cell therapy original and am I right pretty much just as effective as when they do when they inject stem cells into the body pretty much just as effective yeah yeah it's it's pretty equal there and and even other people will know about the R. P. played rich plasma ho yeah yeah hold water yeah all right in line with that true but you're looking at a a factor of one ten for one fifth the price when you go to class. well and that's a big deal for a lot of people listen they're people who are hunched over miserable limping kind of putting off surgery I'm glad that you put it off in this in it in the sense that I wanted you to hear this show and I need you to make an appointment with doctor Brian Frank he's up in Edmond here's the phone number four zero five seven six three seven six zero three that's four oh five seven six three seven six zero three go to the website brand new website by the way it looks great read.

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"dr brian frank" Discussed on KTOK

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01:47 min | 1 year ago

"dr brian frank" Discussed on KTOK

"On more like dozens or fifty or a hundred milligrams a DVD yeah because you know you don't wanna take more need of anything you're looking ex what lex we're out of time here look for plus the BDO by Stevie sciences thank you lex are really appreciate that thank you later today at ten thirty this morning I'll be at a Meg health at twenty four twenty seven north castle we have a very important talk it only allows better there but I'm gonna talk about two things the supplement you take the slow down the aging process and get back semi useful feeling and the thing to do for children to help them function better in school and have a happier more peaceful life to a twenty four twenty seven north counselor to make a hill at ten thirty please come and be my guess you get a chance could ask questions you may have questions are not related talk but I'll be there so be there with me Dr Brian Frank I have been with me doctor Frank tell people how to get hold it because hers you do a sports medicine you deal with regenerating the man's built to perform in a woman's all kinds of different areas you do it I think better than anyone out there how they get a hold of you thanks Dan clinic is at seven six three seven six zero three they can go to the website which is our E. dash genesis health dot com and the number again seven six three seven six zero three thank you dark we're talking a doctor Brian Frank books there's a lot of fish oil omega three days is rancid has low impurities in it you want the cleanest and the most potent out there and that is Nordic naturals you find it all over town and there's different ones are some for women the has certain things in their added to it there's some for children what you're looking for a few just average person is Altman America take.

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01:46 min | 1 year ago

"dr brian frank" Discussed on KTOK

"At the come to mega Health Saturday. The twenty seven at ten thirty twenty four twenty seven north castle. I'll see you there. Twenty-seventh at ten thirty a mega health at twenty four twenty seven north council. I'm gonna be giving my monthly talk. But this one I want to cover some things I've never got a chance to cover before that. I think will be life changing for you. I'm try to keep it about forty five minutes. And so I want you to come join us, and there's time for you to answer the ask questions of me to answer them. So join us at a mega health your love the store if you haven't been there before you gotta love the people that run it that's at twenty four twenty seven north council. Tin thirty April twenty-seventh, Dr Brian Frank with me, Dr Frank tell people how to get hold of because there's you deal with sports medicine, you deal with regenerate and the man's built perform and women's all kinds of different areas in you, do it. I think better than he went out there. How do they get a hold of you? Thanks clinic is at seven six three seven six zero three. They can go to the website, which is our e dash Genesis health dot com and the number seven six three seven. Six zero three. Thank you. We're talking about Dr Brian Frank. There's new genetic testing that really gives us a leap forward, and it can find out what drugs you can tolerate and what you can't some of your blood pressure medicine, and there's certain blood pressure medicine. You shouldn't be on aren't maybe for something else, depression, whatever this will give you that information in Medicare pays for it. Folks. Listen to that Medicare pace what even out of pocket deductible. That's all taken care of she call my friends Spencer Williams at two eight four hundred eight eight to four hundred eight await take advantage of this peachy is fabulous..

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07:07 min | 2 years ago

"dr brian frank" Discussed on KTOK

"Welcome back. Folks, you listen, NewsRadio one thousand K. Okay. And this is Dr Dan Solloway PHD in nutrition been doing this since March nineteen ninety seven and this is dance health and fitness form. And I have two friends of mine with me, I have Dr Brian Frank which all of you know, if you listen to this show brilliant. Doctor fact, I've been going to myself, but I sent a friend of mine over there. Brent Kennedy became as everyone calls him runs. All the Louise in town. And became seems to know everybody. So you probably know if you've ever crossed his bath and became was having problems with his neck, and they wanted to operate on it, and I said before you do that you need to see Dr Frank. So guys tell me tell me what you found became tell me Dr Frank what you'd how you worked with him. What you did point. Well, I'll jump in there first this is, Dan and. Back in two thousand and six I have some next surgery and has some disc problems and how about seven eight months ago. My next started hurt me real bad. So I went to two different neuro surgeons in Oklahoma City, both reputable grips, and they both wanted to fuse my five six and seven disc talking to you and you hook me up with Dr Frank I went to see Dr Frank approximately two and a half three months ago. And Dr Franken jump in here about I think I've done five injections, and I can promise you my neck is eighty to ninety percent better. And I have not had any surgeries and don't plan on it. And my next Phelan really, really good cool. That's really cool now dot Frank. You want to talk about what you did. And why it worked? Sure. Yeah. It's been great to see Brenton. And fortunately historians like eighty to ninety percent of patients that we see and our integrative payments met. You know, I come from all. This is an anesthesiologist so not only spending decades in the operating room with the spinal surgeons, but also very very active in an anesthesia pain for for many years. But but a lot of people are surprised I ditched that. Because the reason I did is because we actually you know, there's therapies that we can do in the integrative pain management world did actually stimulate healing and repair regeneration of the ligaments that support the spine or it could be the rotator cuff, it could be the hip and back it should be, you know, worn out cartilage in the knee. And so especially prolotherapy, which is what we've been doing for brass is the original stem cell therapy. I usually say it's the original stem cell therapy had about one tenth of the price of the things that are currently advertise in what we do and classic chromotherapy is we're using a local anesthetic light came along with a dextrose solution, and that sounds odd sugar. But but that stimulates the patients. Own stem cells and growth factors to come in. And literally, those stem cells will come in and these ligaments of of the next that we've been trading in Brampton, and and they all mature to become fiberglass, the healthy cells of those making Mitch so we're regenerating healthy support structure in his neck, and and that takes pressure off of disks to take the pressure off of Merv, George, and and so it's a it's a regenerative therapy to actually, you know, restore structural support to his neck, and and when you get a healthy joint, healthy joints, don't hurt. Yeah. You toughened up the ligaments bring it back to more normal youthful level and supports that holds everything in place. What I was worried about for you and might have happened from first surgery. When you when you operate on the spine like that at first, you feel a little better. And then in a few weeks are less the body starts laying scar tissue down, and this are squeezing the nerve. And you can end up having to even more pain than you had before. There are things you can do the void that build up a scar tissue. But most doctors don't know what it is. And so I'm I'm so glad you went and did this. I know that you've been telling people at the gym that's being K, and I've got to really know each other. Well, and how important this is due in check it out before you look at doing something as radical but surgery is surgery and lately I've actually sent a couple more people over to Dr Franken. And again, you know, I mean, I went to I went to to surgeons both great guys actually, one of the groups did the first surgery on me. And and he just said how you're going to have to try to live with it or we can go in there and fees those things and then after. We're talking to you. And you hook me up with doc. It just it's just been continuously getting better and better. And I last treatment I had, you know, Dr Franken I talk about it. I'm gonna wait about a month even say if I need to get another one, but so far so good, and and been really really pleased with everything so far. One time we need to make people aware about why stem cells are coming there. There's a little pain before the before it gets better in that. Correct. Dark in pain. Isn't there the stem cells don't come and do their job? Well, now, I modified that slightly. Some people will get sore for a couple of days after the treatment as stem cells come in. When I started this many years ago, we use pretty aggressive solutions that you know, about ninety eight percent of my patients thought a bus hit him. But we don't I don't use those anymore. We use the the classic solutions. And with those about half the patients have some soreness in about half, the patients don't have any. And yet they still get good results. So there's you know, it has been a process they the last twenty twenty five years of the different solutions that I've used that. We've got a good balance between yes about half patients have some soreness. But it's not the delegating discomfort said it was twenty years ago. Very interesting because I was probably based on information on heard years ago and just thought that was standard procedure. But what I think's going on this theory, but it's not important for everybody just smiling curiosity. I think there's a one of the nutrients is dependent on dextrose and the glycol nutrient send out messages from cell to sail. And I was wondering if they were what told stem cells where to come and go, but before I don't really need to answer that because we're about out of time here, give me your phone number. Dr Franken tell people how to get a hold of you. Yeah. My clinic re-genesis help is at sixty five Southcenter boulevard and Edmund just north of the big lock campus and our phone number is four zero five seven six three seven zero six zero three give it to him. One more time. We're a four zero five seven six three seven six zero three. I really appreciate you coming by people go by Lewis. You.

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04:06 min | 2 years ago

"dr brian frank" Discussed on KTOK

"Fifty dollars. For each treatment instead of fifteen hundred or three thousand a lot of patients fine. Okay. That's an avenue that I could get. Well. Okay. So let's let's reset this for a second. You're listening to super health. That's Dr Brian Frank. I'm Kyle drew talking about various options when it comes to stem cell therapy. There's a lot of people who maybe have been putting this off. They know that their hip is aching. They know that the doc said ou might need knee replacement. They're in pain they're walking around gimpy and they have explored stem cell therapy. And they go, whoa. So that's the price of this stuff. Without knowing that there are three different versions of stem cell therapy. And the most expensive one is the one that you hear advertised all the time. But on this show, we talk about all of the effective ways of getting stem cell therapy, including classic prolotherapy. Which is what Dr Brian Frank is talking about today. It's impressive that you say that each of these have about the same response rate. So so we're not talking about I'm kind of getting the one that's not quite as effective, but at least it's cheap. No, we're talking about things that have pretty much equal effectiveness. But here's a version that is affordable relative to the expensive stem cell therapy. It's affordable. And it's one of these things that has a great response rate. And it's using your body's own natural stem cells to do the regenerating is that a decent summary of what I just heard. Yeah. That's a that's a great description. And and you know, I also liked it always mentioned to my patients. I'm an anesthesiologist. I've spent decades in the operating room, I'm not opposed to surgery sometimes you need surgery. But I oppose the surgery before it's necessary. You know, when when it's because the vast majority of surgery in America is is elective that means were electing to do that. It's not emergency. And so I'm just a big proponent of doing things conservatively. I because gee whiz. You know, there are problems that can happen in surgery. My my own mother had a total knee replacement and the surgeon was great. He was a friend of mine, but she didn't do very well with it. She had a number of other health problems at probably entered into that. But she really would have done better. If she was taken the conservative route, I get it. And that's the thing is that if there if there's only one option. Presented to a patient. Well, then obviously the patient's going to go with that one. And only option if there's a number of options, then you get to decide together, then the process of deciding your treatment can actually be collaborative with your physician rather than just something that I mean, again what I see out there. In in various physicians offices, Dr Frank I know it wouldn't surprise you. But it it's it is surprising to me how sometimes a patient will walk in. And the doctor will just say okay here the things that we're doing today. And here's how we're going to treat you, and there's very little conversation with the patient at all. And the patients you said, he yes, sir. Yes, ma'am. No, ma'am. No, sir. Well, there's very little no, ma'am. Or no, sir. But there's a whole lot of. Yes. Whatever you say. And whatever the price is. Yes. Yes. Yes. I love your approach dock. And I know that when patients come to you I've seen it personally hands on when you were treating my wife, and I know that you spend time and others who have come to you of reported back to me they've been spies, by the way. Dr Franken is we'll just tell you. I've had spy and they've all reported the same thing, man. This guy is caring, man. This guy spends a lot of time, man. He gives me great options. And he understands that I have a wallet. That's not an. Inexhaustible? I want you to give Dr Frank McCall, if stem cells are something that you're looking at I want you to consider prolotherapy. Classic prolotherapy..

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04:03 min | 2 years ago

"dr brian frank" Discussed on KTOK

"Treatment instead of fifteen hundred or three thousand a lot of patients find okay, that's an avenue that I could. Well, okay. So let's let's reset this for a second. You listen to super health. That's Dr Brian Frank. I'm Kyle drew talking about various options when it comes to stem cell therapy. There's a lot of people who maybe have been putting this off. They know that their hip is aching. They know that the ducks said, ooh, you might need knee replacement. They're in pain they're walking around gimpy and they have explored stem cell therapy. And they go, whoa. So that's the price of this stuff without knowing that there are three different versions of stem cell therapy. And the most expensive one is the one that you hear advertised all the time. But on this show, we talk about all of the effective ways of getting stem cell therapy, including classic prolotherapy. Which is what Dr Brian Frank is talking about today. It's impressive that you say that each of these. Have about the same response rate. So so we're not talking about I'm kind of getting the one that's not quite as effective, but at least it's cheap. No, we're talking about things that have pretty much equal effectiveness. But here's a version that is affordable relative to the expensive stem cell therapy. It's affordable. And it's one of these things that has a great response rate. And it's using your body's own natural stem cells to do the regenerating is that a decent summary of what I just heard. Yeah. That's a that's a great description. And and you know, I also liked it always mentioned to my patients. I'm an anesthesiologist. I've spent decades in the operating room, I'm not opposed to surgery sometimes you need surgery. But I post the surgery before it's necessary. You know, when when it's because the vast majority of surgery in America is is. Elective. That means we're electing to do that. It's not emergency. And so I'm just a big proponent of doing things conservatively. I because gee whiz. You know, there are problems that can happen in surgery. My my own mother had a total knee replacement and the surgeon was great. He was a friend of mine, but she didn't do very well with it. She had a number of other health problems at probably entered into that. But she really would have done better. If she were taken the conservative route, I get it. And that's the thing is that if there if there's only one option presented to a patient. Well, and obviously the patient's going to go without one and only option if there's a number of options, then you get to decide together, then the process of deciding your treatment can actually be collaborative with your physician rather than just something that I mean, I again what I see out there in in various physicians offices, Dr free. I know it wouldn't surprise you. But it it's it is surprising to me how sometimes a patient will walk in. And the doctor will just say okay here the things that we're doing today. And here's how we're going to treat you, and there's very little conversation with the patient at all. And the patients you said, he yes, sir. Yes, ma'am. No, ma'am. No, sir. Well, there's very little no, ma'am. Or no, sir. But there's a whole lot of. Yes. Whatever you say. And whatever the price is. Yes. Yes. Yes. I love your approach dock. And I know that when patients come to you I've seen it personally hands on you were treating my wife, and I know that you spend time and others who have come to you of reported back to me they've been spies, by the way. Dr Franken is we'll just tell you. I I've had spies and they've all reported the same thing, man. This guy is caring, man. This guy spends a lot of time, man. He gives me great options. And he understands that I have a wallet. That's not inexhaustible. I want you to give Dr Frank McCall. If. Stem cells are something that you're looking at. I want you to consider prolotherapy. Classic prolotherapy..

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12:05 min | 2 years ago

"dr brian frank" Discussed on KTOK

"One thousand K T. Okay. Every single week. We bring on Dr Brian Frank. He's up at re-genesis health. I'm just typing that into my computer here, and he's up at re-genesis health. He's a functional medicine practitioner. Integrative anti-aging alternative, whatever. But he's a medical doctor. Right. He was an anesthesiologist for a lot of years. He's done a lot of board certified training in a lot of different areas. Anti aging hormone stem cells all the stuff, and so you're needing to go to somebody who can actually who's who's licensed who is authorized to diagnose. To prescribe if you need prescribing, but to look at your situation from a holistic standpoint, not just a piece by piece conventional standpoint, and that's why we have him on every single week. You've got to make an appointment with them. We'll give you a number just a minute. How you doing Dr Frank? Super duper. That's the only right answer on super healthy. Then hey, we talked a little bit about hormone optimization last week. And it got some real play. I think that we got some interest out there because I got a lot of feedback from people. And here was an interesting question from. Is it Jack Jack wrote in and he said that you know, I got my testosterone tested. But number one, I got a blood test. I didn't get a saliva test. Okay. So that's number one number two. My testosterone showed normal, but it was at the low end of normal. All right. Would it be worth my while to talk to Dr Frank and a get a saliva test? And be if I'm still at the low end of normal on the saliva test. Would it be worth my while to talk to him about getting it toward the higher end of normal is that what optimal means is being on the higher end of normal? And can you talk to those issues? I thought that was an interesting question that Jack POS Dr Frank so number one he got a blood tests instead of a saliva test. Would it be worth his while to come to you? And I get a saliva tests instead of a blood test. Yeah. I really think that would be a positive thing to do. And the reason is is because the blood tests tell what circulating in the bloodstream, but but were these hormones having effect is on the cell membrane at the receptor sites there. And and that's what saliva tells us, and so really to do testosterone much less the other hormones by blood versus saliva. It's not apples and apples and oranges. At least so doing the doing the saliva tests would be very helpful. And then in addition to that most of the locations, they're going to test the testosterone in men, they may not be checking the DHEA. Number gas grown and those are important to know in mem-, not maybe not every quarter. But but once or twice a year, they're important and the DHEA especially in terms of feeling fatigued and worn out. Just just, you know, not having the drive in zip that somebody had almost everything you can think of not just prevent but for men and women with regards to the benefits of testosterone. Whether that's. Wor's repair lupita, whether that's eighty all those things DHEA really has a role in all of those things as well. And even in the common men and women's health magazines. They'll refer to DHEA is the fountain of youth, and they because it has so much to do with feeling useful and vigorous vital. It's not only that I would recommend the saliva test as opposed to the blood. We would also make sure that that we're testing, you know, more comprehensively being sure we get in men and women the estrogen progesterone testosterone and DHEA, but you can't leave out also the adrenals, and so we're gonna tear or dissolve and see if they're quarters all curve looks healthier. Not might be demonstrating some adrenal stress, maybe some stress and fatigue. Or maybe you know, we see a fair number of patients that have adrenal fatigue pretty much twenty four seven and that can the good news is. All those problems can be addressed with natural botanical type products, and and you don't need, you know, it's not prescription synthetic drugs. That's what you did with my wife. You know, you went with the naturals for the cortisol and things like that. And okay. So let me just reset this for a second, by the way, you're listening to super health Dr Brian Frank, I'm Kyle, drew. So my friend who gets the testosterone test done. It was a blood test. They only test a testosterone not free testosterone, not DHEA not a estrogens progesterone not cortisol nothing other than just a blood test testosterone test, and that is far different than what happens when you go to a functional medicine practice like re-genesis health with Dr Brian Frank. So that's the first thing we're going to have to go comprehensive and the form that we're going to need to do it in is saliva testing. Right. And and the only time when we're not doing that Dr Frank if I'm remembering last week's conversation is with thyroid, do you? You you go with blood on the thyroid thyroid. We can we can do the blood and that works out just fine. Okay. Great. So the second question that he had was let's say I go through all the testing. And I find out that might test ASTA Roan is normal. But it's on the low end of normal. Now, that's an interesting question because I myself have had that done back. When Linda Lee was on the show each week, Dr Frank I some testing done with her and I tested normal, but it was like low end of normal, and I thought well is that okay? Or is that not okay? And I didn't think much about it. I just went on with my life. But when Jack brought it up it made me think about that all over again. What are your thoughts about what is optimal is low end of normal optimal for for most men? Well, that's a great question. And that's why what we do is. We put labs together with a consultation to see what's going on in a man's life. And it may be it may be sexual energy in libido and so forth. But it might be. That's okay. But that you know, just just feeling run down and burned out things like that. And one way so the consultations very important. And if there's if there is a low normal, and you're also are completely wiped out in your does that may be all that we need to do. That component in if you're low normal. But you're the DHEA is in the basement. I see that actually quite commonly in when we add that component in. It makes all the difference in the world. That's interesting. Yeah. Yeah. So we need to look at the whole picture, and we need to have that consultation. So that we can put the lab data together 'cause we're not we're not giving testosterone or adrenal support remedies to to our our lab, we're giving those patients, and so we need to find out what's going on with the patient as well. And we put the patient console along with their labs together comprehensively, and then we can address these things usually usually quite successfully. So you bring up a lot of interesting things. So there are some times when there is a sort of low or low normal testosterone. And really though, there's something upstream. That is having an impact on the testosterone levels. And if we can correct that thing upstream, then testosterone possibly can just follow on its own without you actually, having to give therapeutic testosterone hope that was clear. But is that is that correct? Sometimes. Yeah. That's a good way to say it may be that a man is on testosterone replacement therapy. But has for one reason or another not ever been placed on a drain of formulas and check the thyroid and so forth and check the DHEA, and if those are struggling than you, can you know, that's going to add to the overall health and wellbeing of of the man. But then again, if if the D H E A is good if we're addressing the adrenal, then there's a range of what the testosterone shit. Right. And we can we can address that. But you know, a lotta times the men will come from the low T centers and have the blood draws and I'll say my level was such and such right? And you know, it really doesn't matter what your best friends level was with your brothers level was I mean, it's a very individual thing. And that's why we combine the labs with the comprehensive labs with the consultation to put all that together. Okay. In one last thing is that why sometimes men will go to one of these centers that just give out testosterone after a quick blood test and bang now, you're on testosterone replacement is it is this why sometimes men will get on testosterone replacement therapy and feel no different and really have nothing. That that I it seems to have done nothing is it possibly because there are other factors in place, sometimes hormonal sometimes beyond hormonal that need to be addressed. And that's why just giving testosterone wasn't the answer. Yeah. Absolutely. Gotta look picture. To look at the whole picture both in the laboratory analysis, and and do that comprehensively. And then we've got to sit down and say, okay, what's going on in the man's life over the previous several bumps certainly and and put those together, by the way, we're we're down to one minute left. Just curious curiosity question. DHEA what form do you prefer? There was a guy that used to come on the show every now, and then he sold one of these topical cream DHEA's that you'd rub into your wrists. You know, and and he was really putting down the idea of oral DHEA. You know, I it's hard for me to decipher what's right or what's wrong when a guy like that is selling something. And then puts down every other thing except for what he's selling. Do you have any strong feelings about that? With only a few seconds. Yeah. That is one of the hormones you can take safely as an oral. Okay. You can take that safely. You can't take testosterone Orly safely. You can it's really, quite inexpensive. Even from the top to your medical grade nutrient companies, I can't really make comments to the just over the counter type things because now that's okay. Yeah. But the other thing you can do is you can use it as a cream and what I do is. I I'm just about to run out of time. And I got to give your phone number. I'm so sorry. There's some there's more to say, but his phone number is seven six three seven six zero three seven six three seven six zero three. We'll conclude this next week Dr Frank, okay? Well, thank you coming right back with the guys from Oltra Britannica right here on super help..

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10:03 min | 2 years ago

"dr brian frank" Discussed on KTOK

"It is a therapeutic device that. Stimulates the body with pulse waves or acoustic sound waves. So it's kind of a cousin to ultra sound. And some pretty remarkable processes that are associated that that helps the body to get healthy. And well and those include for instance, when we treat whether it's musculoskeletal got two main areas that were us what the polls play one is musculoskeletal problems. So that can be back problem shoulder problems plantar fascia heels for things like that. And then it can also be for men sexual vitality for ED. And but in either case those pulse waves what they're doing is. They're going to increase the vitality of the blood vessel supply. Because that's how you heal and repairs to have good blood supply. And in addition to that actually generates new healthy blood vessels to form there are in musculoskeletal injuries. Oftentimes, we developed little fibers bands. That really are not very helpful with a pulse waves help to to soften and break. Those down even including. In man that have Peroni which is a kind of a fibrous plaque in the paint. That can be a real problem breaks that down and and then it's it's kind of neat because there's actually much like we talk about him prolotherapy and Pierre Pean stem, cell therapy, the pulse. Wave therapy, actually, also stimulates a stem cell response Nokia. Okay. So even the stem cell response. We've talked a lot about PRP in the various stem cell therapies that you do over at re-genesis health. But this is it's it's very interesting. How all of these things I understand where there's a relationship with all of this. So somebody is doing the weekend warrior stuff, obviously, they pull something a week later. It's still no better. That's one version of of these injuries. But I think also people have been an automobile accidents people who have a lot, you know. I think of these long standing injuries that people have they blew out. Something years ago, and it seems that they come into you. And you've got every Genesis health. And they've and you've got different things the pulse. Wave is one thing for the musculoskeletal stuff. That means the muscles. But also, you've got the PRP if there's some joint issues, you're actually regenerating tissue. So if a person has been injured and and walking around just achey all the time. It seems like you've got a couple of different things just in that realm alone. Yeah. Yeah. We really do re-genesis help. Probably I don't think there's any question. We have the most diverse offerings to help people actually get healthy and well for muscular, skeletal pain and injury that that includes the pulse. Wave it includes prolotherapy and Pierre P therapy. It includes medical acupuncture laser therapy, microcurrent therapy. So and people say, gee, how do you decide which one and and a lot of that comes down to history. And here's a crazy thing of of an appropriate physical exam. So we actually still put our hands on patients to say, okay? What do we need to treat on that shoulder? What do we need to trade on the plantar fascia on that low back problem on those names, whatever we we actually get our best information through the history, and then and then an appropriate example. Well, when by the way, you're listening to super that's Dr Brian Frank. I'm Kyle, drew. So we've got the one side the musculoskeletal side, then the other side men sexual health and men cannot listen to the radio they can't watch television without there being at least a couple of commercials on E D or low T now there there's two sides of this the the low testosterone side, that's certainly one area that you helped men with you do full-scale hormonal testing to make sure okay are all of the levels where they need to be. So that's one side of it. But then there's this other side this pulse. Wave therapy. For rectal dysfunction. So talk a little bit more about that. And and talk about your own over all approach to this problem because it could be hormonal. It could be something else. It could be a combination of things so talk through it a little bit. Well, yeah, you're exactly right. We we do encourage, and we wanna valuate a man's hormone status is adrenal stress or adrenal fatigue status is thyroid all of those works. So hand in hand if you really don't look at those you're you're gonna miss part of the puzzle. But then beyond that for men with E D, you know, that's a vascular issue. And so that again, like we were talking earlier the pulse. Wave therapy is one of the two therapies that actually helped revitalize men to be healthier that along with a PRP injection. But the pulse therapy is noninvasive. And so that. Appeals to most men and you stimulate the vitality of the blood vessels use stimulate the formation of new blood vessels. You breakdown micro Clack that is in the blood vessels, and we have a stem cell response there. And then you know, I had a patient last week came in and a mild day, but but some Peroni which is at fibrous band sometimes forms, and in men and within two pulse therapies, he's already noticing a significant change in in that rone's, which is really a positive deal as well. But between the pulse works therapy. Usually for most men with mild to moderate eighty percent of report in hatched improved sexual health. And and two thirds of them are able to get off of the biographer Cialis. And and then about eighty percent of the ones that still use those find if they actually work. Better for them. Well, and that's the thing is that if there is a way to do this where either the drug therapy is reduced or eliminated a lot of men have side effects from these drugs, and they're not necessarily excited about adding yet another drug to perhaps a list of drugs that they're taking and it would be nice to say, okay. Let's get down to the cause of the problem is this hormonal is there a circulatory problem. What exactly is going on? And you really approach that issue like all issues from all sides. Don't you doc? I mean, you really take a a comprehensive approach. Yeah. You really want to you? Because if there are problems, you know, it's not only low testosterone, lots of men has really a reasonable testosterone level, but they're DHEA's in the basement, and that has a lot to do not only what feeling youthful and vigorous and vital. But but also with sexual health and so. Oh, we evaluate those. We make sure that their estrogen levels are not too high that can be an issue and again with the hormones along with the adrenal whether they're in a drill Strasser adrenal fatigue way. We look at that. But but then beyond that once we once we get those things worked out, if if the men still need some help, and they're still using you know to some degree of success or not thereby agri- Alice. Well, then the the pulse. Wave therapy for ED is tremendous because it's actually helping the men get healthy again, rather than just using something symptomatically each time, you know, you'll have relations. Well, there's a lot of different options for men now. Thank goodness. And frankly, I'm glad that people are talking about it. Because for a long time. I think that men were dealing with things. And of course, state nobody wants to talk about these kinds of things and women are saying, yeah, welcome to our world. We're having to deal with stuff all the time. And now in your embrace. Harassed but we have to deal with it out in the open all the time. So welcome to our world, man. And and I think that that's true. I'm so glad that there are a lot of things that people can do about this. You also have a a range of supplements that you recommend you you talk about dietary strategies when my wife went to see you you show showed us the sheet that you give people, and it's basically Doug Kaufman's phase one diet. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That's right. I have a lot of respect for the working died. And I know that you've been with him for a long time as well. And and you know, we we do have to clean up the diet quite a bit. We just can't keep eating the way that we have been. That's why Oklahoma in particular in the US and in general is getting bigger. Well, and and just to mention one thing about Kaufman. People listening to this show who have been fans of Doug Kaufman. They know I've been with Doug for gosh. Fourteen years, and they wonder who do I go to for the Doug Kaufman protocols the antifungal approach to their condition. It's Dr Brian Frank Linda Lee was doing that for a long time. Dr Brian Frank has taken up that mantle and has been really running with it. So a lot of people are going to Dr Frank for the Doug Kaufman approach. But whether we're talking about E D, low t we're talking about musk. Gillo skeletal pain that just won't go away. There are so many ways of dealing with this. I know that your doctor usually has one way it's like, oh, you're in pain here. Take this opioid or your pain here. Just take this one drug e- there's one drug to take. But if we can get down to the root cause we can eliminate so many different things, and it's a it's a pleasure to have docked Brian Frank on every week..

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"Place. You cannot do that and real quickly with only two minutes left. What is your follow up? I mean, you're wanting micro new. Tree testing hormone testing anything. I'm missing out from there. Make sure everything's solid. Yeah. Adrenal thyroid, those are important things to check just for general health as well. As for for weight loss concerns gotta feel good. You know? I mean, the thing about it is is that some folks who have not been able to exercise because they're so tired. They're miserable. They just don't, you know? And and okay, they get the weight off. So there's a big boost of energy there. But then when they get the hormones normalized and then optimized all of a sudden now, you're hitting on all cylinders and exercise becomes not so much of a committed thing, it ends up being a fun thing. It ends up being something you wanna do. And I think that's why it's so important to make sure and get tested now. Some of you don't have any way to lose or some of you if you just were able to get the hormones, balanced that would take care of everything and you'll do the rest, you kind of got the diet, but you're just miserable. All the time. I need you to call Dr Brian free. Thank let's get the weight off while it's cool outside. And by the time summer rolls around next year. You're ready to roll. Here's the phone number seven six three seven six zero three seven six three seven six zero three online Goto re-genesis health dot com. There's a dash between the wreath and the Genesis health. So R E dash Genesis health dot com. Make an appointment with my buddy, Dr Brian Frank. I promise you things are going to turn around Dr Frank. We'll talk to you next week. Okay. Thanks a whole bunch..

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"Right here on, super health I like. You guys I just I like. Being with, you, each Saturday it's so much. Fun. I like having our guests a regular guest each week Dr. Brian Frank is up in Edmond. At re-genesis health is a medical doctor former anesthesiologist does, anti-aging medicine functional medicine a whole lot of things and he's, one of us so he's got the power of the prescription pad he's also got the power of a lot of therapeutics that your irregular garden, variety white lab coat antibiotic prescribing medical doctor just isn't doing it's not that they can't do it it's just it's it's not, their thing maybe they haven't learned about it. Maybe they they've they've I bought into the propaganda that oh everything outside of antibiotics and surgery, is just it's worthless, maybe they think about it in. Those ways I don't know what you. Want what I, want is somebody like. Dr Brian Frank on our side. He's back, from, Africa On a medical mission there. How you doing. Dr Frank I'm. Doing great good to be. Back, on this half a world things go well. In Africa. It very. Well yeah, we did we've been there for eleven years in Kenya. And, our village in our programs air just progressing very nicely, so it's good we're not place we were, eleven years ago well bless. You for what you do in there it's awesome it's awesome the the the work in the help that you're giving those folks I'm I appreciate the work that you're doing, for folks here Oklahoma City and the. Surrounding. Metro politics. Area healing. Pain versus managing pain. I gotta tell you one of, my, least favorite.

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"Three three four. Two two and you. Can have an opportunity to, check this out real quick before it. Really, explodes and I'm not a security expert so I, can't tell, us tell you yeah, it's, gonna do that, but, boy, I'm, excited, Saturday, July, twenty, eighth at a mega health I'm going to give a. Short lecture I. Used to promise I try to keep it short well now they're insisting so it's only going to be from. Ten thirty to eleven thirty, there'd be some q. and a. in there so? My actual lecture is going to, be about CB deal in THC why you need one versus. Another what they both do and about classroom. And anti-aging that's, all we're going to cover but we're in the cover detail so. Please be at twenty four twenty seven north council at. Mega health the twenty eighth of July Welcome back both you're listening NewsRadio one thousand case he, okay and this is Dr ban Solloway PHD, and, nutrition, and, the, name, of my show is answers for eighteen, and, I, have, Dr, Brian. Frank with me folks if you suffered from pain in I hope you're not taken all, the drugs out there that they, give that really causes a lot of. Problems, but if you suffered. For pain, you really need, to check Dr Frank out and dot. Frank thank you for being with us. And four we get. Into it I want you to. Give, your phone number right now because I know a lot of people will be wanting. To get a hold of the time we're. Done here yeah Dan thank you the phone number's four or five and then seven six three seven six, zero three okay and now you've had a number. Of successes we've talked that over, and but one thing that's pretty. Commoner society we sit way too, much we don't get enough exercise we, lose at. Core strength and People. Have a lot of pain in the low back usually sometimes in, the shoulders are shoulders throw. Forward they're working on a. Computer and we don't walk enough What kind of what kind of treatments do you have that they can't find a normal mill medical environments to deal with these well yeah that's, it's so common to, low. Back pain is the second most common thing that I treat and that when, we say. That we mean pain in the lower back the secretary at region, buttocks and then you know that that sciatica radiating down the. Lower extremity and very very common we've got a. Number of therapies that make a big difference there and Years and, years of experience decades literally. With. Medical acupuncture and and that is a significant avenue for recovering and getting over the low back inside IKA problems we've got a? Pulse, wave, or acoustic wave therapies that I've got several patients just in the in the recent months or two that just decided they didn't want any needles of any type whether, it was injection or, acupuncture. So we went with pulse wave acoustic wave therapy and and really did tremendous, with it. Was a combination of limbo sacred pain sacred pain and some sciatica wow Yeah so we've got several options and then probably the big go to for those problems is the prolotherapy which is the original stem cell therapy and the reason that important is that a. Lot of these problems come you know maybe action of maybe injury maybe just simply the aging process that we end up weakening and and having the ability her weakness in the ligaments that, support our spine and when that. Happens we're going to start putting, stress and pressures on the disks and on the nerves and and we're going to, start off, loading to, the muscles and. Fashion And so, when we do prolotherapy and, get that stem cell generation in the ligaments that support lower back then the reason that sciatica goes away the reason the low back pain. Goes away because they're, actually getting healthy I want to go back to something when you said sonic waves, you using your gains wave machine to f for that or something else The games wave machine is just a branding name for A goes, by several names it's pulse wave acoustic waiver shockwave therapy and orthopedic conditions is is a. Very common application for this type of pulse wave therapy and you know it's noninvasive and and we're saying..

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