U.S. Athletes Turn to German Blood Treatment for Chronic Pain
New York Times report.
The treatment, which involves drawing blood and injecting it back several days later with new anti-inflammatory proteins that stimulate cell growth, is designed to treat inflammation as both a cause and symptom of tissue damage in the joints or lower back.
The therapy typically lasts five days, beginning with an evaluation and drawing of blood.
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