Professional Athlete- Re Accidents.
“I had two accidents close to one another whereby I came off my horse and landed on my back. The doctors said basically I could go in and have surgery or alternative stuff. I opted not to do surgery. I just had knee surgery, because I play competitive volleyball as well, and I wasn’t real excited about going right back under and having back surgery as well.
So, I decided to go ahead and do a lot of alternative stuff, which included exercising, lifting weights, stretching, taking care of and strengthening my core groups and my lower back as well.
That helped a lot but, every day I was living with pain, every single day. In the morning I’d have to roll out of bed and not be able to get out of bed. It took me a good hour to warm up before I could really bend over well and use my back like I should. This went on for six years, and has been worse the last two years.
However I started StemEnhance in November of last year, and ever since then it’s just been getting better and better and better. It’s amazing to me, and it’s not something, like a band aid, it’s not like a drug you take and you’re fixed, it’s not like that.
It was slow and then all of a sudden, I noticed I could get up in the morning. It was that type of healing, it wasn’t an instant fix.
I think the reason, well personally, I know the reason why, is because I was doing it consistently, I was taking it three times a day. I was taking six a day, two in the morning, two in the afternoon, and two at night, when I first started, and I believe that’s what really triggered my whole system to start healing itself.
After I felt a lot better, then I dropped down to two and two, but I was very, very consistent. I still take them every single day. I think that’s the biggest part of the healing regimen, you have to be consistent with your regimen, no matter what you do…
It’s incredible! Nothing else helped, I mean nothing! I’ve tried everything from holistic medicine, to over the counter stuff, to prescription, and nothing has even come close.”
~Professional Athlete, 38 year old (Texas)