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Celebrity Doctor Reveals a Simple Way to Restore Youth

Renowned doctor to the stars shares his secret to how everyone can feel 20 years younger.

As a journalist, I’ve always had a natural curiosity. So when I found out that one of my favorite celebrities had suffered the same knee injury as me, except she healed twice as fast… I decided to do a little digging.

That’s what led me to the office of her physical therapist — a world-renowned “doctor to the stars."

(*Note: Wanting to respect the privacy of his clients, the doctor chose to remain anonymous for this interview.)

Thank you so much for taking the time to sit down with me.

It’s not a problem — happy to help in any way I can.

Great. So I’ll get right into it. A few years ago I struggled with a knee injury that really slowed me down. It took months of physical therapy and expensive treatments to get back to “normal.”

I heard one of your celebrity patients — I won’t name any names — had a very similar injury, but her recovery was twice as fast. So, I’m wondering, what did you do to help her recover?

Yes, I believe I know who you are referring to. You might also recall her wearing flats on the red carpet around that time to help with her healing process… sometimes being a superhero isn’t always as glamorous as it seems.

For her we took a 360 approach, combining several different methods, such as cold laser therapy, diathermy, and weekly adjustments and massages, to essentially get her back on her feet — and in her heels — as quickly as possible.

Oh wow! That sounds pretty pricey. What would you recommend for people who don’t necessarily have access to those particular treatments?

There’s actually quite a bit you can do from your own home to help repair and prevent these types of injuries. Regular exercise such as yoga and getting the right nutrition are two things I recommend to everyone.

For many injuries, you can also use something as simple as a foam roller to help work out the problem areas, combined with light stretching and cardio to prevent lactic acid buildup.

You mentioned yoga... Are there certain yoga moves you’d recommend that anyone could do from home?

I find the cobra pose to be a fairly simple introduction to yoga, and it also provides some really powerful healing benefits — especially if you’re dealing with a stiff back. As always, it depends on the extent of the injury, but the point is to keep moving. Too many Americans are suffering from a sedentary lifestyle and that stagnation can wreak havoc on your joints.

**To help you understand the cobra pose he’s describing, I’ve attached an instructional image below.**

What about nutrition? Is there a specific “super food” that people can add to their diet to help improve their joints?

Of course! I like to recommend turmeric. If you’re a fan of Indian food, you might have already tried this spice. In fact, it’s been used for centuries as a special medicine to help reduce joint inflammation and discomfort. I realize a spoonful of turmeric might not seem that enticing to everyone, so I recommend taking it as a tea — commonly called Golden Milk — as an added remedy for repairing and preventing injuries.

If you don’t mind, may I give you a quick scenario?

Of course, go ahead.

Alright, so let’s say one of your high-profile patients hurts his ankle on set, but he can’t take the time off to recover and he needs relief quick — how do you help him?

Well, in that situation I would most likely go meet him on set, and depending on his injury help work on it with an initial heat and TENS (transcutaneous electric nerve stimulation) treatment. I would also recommend a potent joint supplement to speed up the healing process.

What kind of supplement?

Usually one with turmeric, as I mentioned before, as well as concentrated doses of Boswellia Serrata and collagen.

Is there a specific supplement you recommend?

I wouldn’t feel comfortable endorsing a specific product, but essentially it would be one comprised of those ingredients.

Of course, I understand. But there’s hundreds of supplements out there, so what’s the best way to choose one?

Well, like I said, it’ll be comprised of those 3 ingredients in their patented, clinical doses — this ensures you’re getting something that’s been adequately tested, studied, and proven to be effective. It’s also really important that it has been formulated by a doctor who specializes in that field. There are a lot of “doctors” out there, but it should be from one with the credentials to back it up.

I had no idea choosing a supplement could be so complicated!

It doesn’t really have to be complicated… it’s just important to make sure it has all of those qualities. When it comes to your health and overall wellness, you wouldn’t want to take just anything.

This is really great information — I can’t wait to share it with my readers. Thank you again for taking the time to talk to me today.

It was my pleasure.


Update: It’s been 3 weeks since our initial interview and I haven’t been able to stop thinking about the mystery supplement the doctor mentioned, so I decided to do some research of my own. Following his guidelines, I found 3 supplements that all seem to fit the profile: EasyFlex, Instaflex, and Osteo Bi-Flex. Wanting to know if there was anything else the doctor could tell me, I decided to go back to his office for a quick follow-up.

Thank you for taking the time to speak with me again.

Of course! How can I help you?

After our last conversation, I couldn’t stop thinking about all the great information you shared with me — specifically, about supplements. I did a little digging and found 3 —  EasyFlex, Instaflex, and Osteo Bi-Flex — that I believe comply with your guidelines.

Now, I understand you can’t endorse anything, but could you take a look at them and let me know what you think?

Hm… well, I see Osteo Bi-Flex contains glucosamine, which is a common joint ingredient, but has also been found to have some really adverse side-effects. I actually tell my patients to avoid it completely. In all of my research, I’ve found undenatured collagen — also known as UC-II — to not only be twice as effective, but significantly safer.

Looking at Instaflex, I’m impressed by the ingredients listed here, however, they’re not quite at the potency the clinical studies recommend. These pills are also quite large and you would need to take at least 4 of them in order to receive the full benefits of these ingredients.

Right away I’m drawn to EasyFlex because it has been formulated by a doctor, which for me is crucial. Plus, it has the ingredients I recommended in their correct, clinical doses without the huge horse pill capsules, which my patients will appreciate. Of the 3 of these, I would definitely consider recommending EasyFlex to my patients.

Well, thank you for your honesty and being so open with me during this interview. Our readers, myself included, will really benefit from your insights.

Helping others live a healthier and happier life is the reason I went into this field in the first place, so I’m happy I could be of assistance.


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