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Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy at Renew Total Body Wellness Center May 13th, 2020

What is Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy? Platelet-Rich Plasma is a non-surgical regenerative therapy that is used to encourage healing and reduce tissue inflammation. PRP Therapy improves your body’s healing by concentrating growth factors found in platelets and injecting them into areas of injury. The media has featured many stories of...

Regenerative Tissue Therapy Apr 26th, 2020

What is Regenerative Tissue Therapy? Regenerative Tissue Therapies are a type of medical treatment that use regenerative cells to help speed healing in areas of injury, pain, and inflammation. What issues can Regenerative Medicine improve? Knee Shoulder Neck and Back Pain Joint Paint caused by: Injury Inflammation Arthritis Incontinence Sexual...

Your Immune System: How to build a strong foundation. Apr 3rd, 2020

Dandelions Can’t Grow in Concrete Consider this fact: Dandelions cannot grow in concrete. They seem to grow everywhere, menacing lawns and parks the world over, but they cannot grow through concrete. Imagine your immune system as that concrete. When it is healthy and strong, no weeds can take root within...

Dr. Rohde's Tips for a Strong Immune System Mar 19th, 2020

Here are some simple good-health suggestions that we should always follow, but especially in Influenza or other cough and cold seasons. 1. Minimize Stress Stress increases cortisol production which suppresses the immune system. Prayer and Meditation are a great way to reduce stress. And turn off the news! The Media...

What is OzoneTherapy and How Does Ozone Therapy Work? Mar 13th, 2020

What is OzoneTherapy and How Does Ozone Therapy Work? You may remember from high school chemistry that Ozone, (O3), is an energized form of oxygen which contains three atoms of oxygen rather than the two atoms (O2) we need to breathe. Most commonly, we experience Ozone (O3) as that fresh,...

5 Tips for a Healthy Gut Jan 22nd, 2020

Did you know that your digestive system, which includes your mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, and large intestine, is 30 feet long? Given its enormous size, you may not find it surprising that your gut does more than just digest food.  According to a March 2011 article published in the...