WONDER WHAT KEPT THESE NFL POWERHOUSES OUT OF CONSTANT SURGERY AND ON THE FIELD?
With the 2019 NFL season officially in full swing, the throngs of excited fans who have spent the last several months excitedly counting down the days are finally able to participate in their favorite pre- and post- game rituals. Some a little closer to home might have taken their favorite Miami Dolphins jersey out of the closet, loaded up their grill with burgers and brats, and joined their family members and friends around the big screen to watch one of the greatest feats of human strength and competition. While football has been a constant source of entertainment for Americans over the last several decades, any fan will tell you that in recent years, the players have grown bigger, the hits have grown harder, and the injuries have become more prevalent. It’s for these reasons that hundreds of powerhouse players have turned to stem cell therapy to expedite their healing, lessen their recovery time, and avoid unnecessary and often invasive surgeries. Just as he led the Indianapolis Colts to many successful records throughout his career, Payton Manning was also a front-runner for stem cell treatment back in 2011. Prior to his final year of play, Manning reportedly received several injections in order to fast-track his recovery from neck surgery. Like Manning, Chicago Bears cornerback Prince
Amukamara utilized the anti-inflammatory and natural healing powers of stem cells to treat a broken metatarsal, an injury from which he struggled to fully recover until seeking out cutting-edge injections.
Former Arizona Cardinals running back Chris Johnson is also among the large group of athletes utilizing stem cell treatment for an efficient and effective recovery option. After tearing his meniscus in 2014, Johnson had stem cells from his bone marrow reinjected into his knee with the hope of expediting healing and rebuilding cartilage. He was able to return to the field for three more years of successful play. Dozens of other athletes (both in the NFL and in other professional leagues), like those previously mentioned, have harnessed the natural healing power of stem cell therapy to keep them out of surgery and on the field doing what they love. Even if you don’t have any Super Bowl trophies to your name, if you live an active lifestyle and/or have suffered an injury, you should seriously consider giving our office a call at 407- 730-5600. Our team can get you scheduled for a consultation with Dr. Cherukupally, our expert MD!
AND WORK THOSE GLUTES! TAKE A BREAK FROM READING ... Since we’ve given you lots of material to read already, why don’t you take a quick break? But don’t just sit there. There are many ways to get in an effective workout without leaving your chair. Use this break as an opportunity to work your glutes! 1. Start seated in a sturdy chair with your feet planted on the floor approximately hip-distance apart. 2. Using as little assistance from hands or arms as possible, engage your core, and tip forward from the hips as slowly as you can. 3. Press your weight through all four corners of your feet and push yourself to stand, extending your knees and hips fully. 4. Reverse the movement and as slowly as you stood up, press your hips back and bending your knees to carefully lower yourself back to a seated position.
CHOCOLATE- DIPPED FRUIT
This super easy and fun way to create homemade treats provides your kids with a
healthier and more delicious alternative to packaged industrial candy. As a bonus, making it is an awesome Halloween activity for your family to enjoy.
1 package melting chocolate
Assorted dried fruit, including apricots and mangoes
1. In a large saucepan, bring 1 inch of water to a boil.
2. Place a large, heatproof mixing bowl on top of saucepan so that no steam can escape. Place melting chocolate in mixing bowl and double boil until melted. 3. Dip half of each piece of fruit in chocolate before transferring to a parchment-lined baking sheet to rest. 4. Let cool for 10 minutes until chocolate solidifies. 5. Place in school lunches, serve at parties, and indulge in a few for yourself.
5. Repeat cycle 10 times.
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