W. Seeds MD Orthopedic Surgeon, Grow It Back?

Today, under the Seeds Scientific Research and Performance Institute, he is dedicated to bringing Cellular Medicine and the study of Epigenetics to the forefront of the medical community with research, training, and results. His local practice is at the Spire Institute Geneva, OH; and at the Beverly Hills Anti-Aging & Regeneration Center in Beverly Hills, CA.
Dr. Seeds is a board-certified surgeon practicing medicine for over 25 years, Founder and Chairman of the Seeds Scientific Research & Performance Mastermind, Founder of the International Peptide Society, Faculty Developer and Lecturer of the A4M Peptide Certification Program, and leading Peptide therapy researcher. He is Chief of Surgery and Orthopedic Residency Site Director for University Hospital, Conneaut & Geneva, OH. He has been honored at the NFL Hall of Fame for his medical expertise and in treating professional athletes, and serves as Professional Medical Consultant for the NHL, MLB, NBA, and NBC’s Dancing With The Stars. Dr. Seeds is also a medical researcher-- his most recent work on Ketone Esters as an effective metabolic therapy for COVID-19 patients was published and acclaimed. He is also the author of Peptide Protocols Vol.1, the world’s first handbook about peptides written for practitioners.
How as a surgeon did you get into peptides?
What are peptides?
What are the benefits of peptides?
How are they different from other regenerative material as HGH, stem cells and PRP?
How are peptides used in healing tissues?
What diseases can be treated with peptides?
Peptides have a sordid history. How does a patient and or practitioner tell if the peptides are of high quality?
Where do you see peptides going in the future?
Can people work with you? How do people find a doctor trained to use peptides?
Are peptides entering the consciousness of mainstream medicine?
To Find Out More About Dr Seeds and Peptides or to find a practitioner trained in peptides go here https://seeds.md/


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