Is this the year we finally take a new approach to treating joint & back pain?

WE NEED TO FUNDAMENTALLY SHIFT THE WAY WE THINK ABOUT TREATING JOINT & BACK PAIN.

In this recorded live lecture, Dr. Yurth shares the latest science and research on what’s causing your joint & back pain and how to treat it – not simply patch, replace, or fuse it. In this intimate hour-long session, you’ll learn why our traditional approach to joint & back pain is largely stuck in the Dark Ages, how to think about arthritis as a disease that we must address at the cellular level, and what science-backed methods are available to treat, and even reverse, your pain.


DID YOU KNOW…

  • The technology used for hip and knee replacements looks virtually identical to that used 30 years ago.
  • Scoping a knee has become a largely obsolete practice in Europe due to its minimal, and sometimes harmful, effect in treatment of osteoarthritic knee pain.
  • Just like your brain doesn’t wear out from thinking too hard, your joints don’t wear out from continued use – arthritis is a degenerative disease state!

With her combined expertise in orthopedics and functional medicine, Dr. Yurth will share regenerative and cellular treatment options aimed at helping to address the root cause of your pain and how to not only alleviate issues, but actually regenerate and heal.

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Trigger Autophagy Without Fasting – Dr. Elizabeth Yurth Talks Spermidine with Dave Asprey

Dr. Yurth is thrilled to be a guest on Bulletproof Radio with Dave Asprey.  Dave Asprey is a three-time New York Times bestselling science author, host of the Webby award-winning podcast Bulletproof Radio, and has been featured on the Today Show, CNN, The New York Times, Dr. Oz, and more.  

Follow along as Dave Asprey hosts Dr. Yurth on his 773rd episode of Bulletproof Radio, discussing the latest ways to upgrade your mind, body, and life.
“In this episode of Bulletproof Radio, my guest Dr. Elizabeth Yurth explains how spermidine, a substance found in the human body and almost all plants and animals, can slow down the cellular aging process and influence your overall health.
‘Where we see spermidine work is at a very, very base level to correct the autophagy to get rid of those bad mitochondria so that now we’re not being overwhelmed by reactive oxygen species,’ Dr. Yurth says. ‘We actually will start to recycle the bad parts of the cell and start with a new cell at that point.’”

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