PRP + Stem Cells Hair Regrowth Treatment ABC News w/ Dr. Alan Bauman

http://www.baumanmedical.com – PRP Hair Regrowth treatment by Dr. Alan Bauman uses a patient’s own blood to create Platelet Rich Plasma or PRP. PRP contains …

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ demonstrates the ecowood treatment to protect is cedar wood container garden. In this episode John will talk abou…

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42 Comments on "PRP + Stem Cells Hair Regrowth Treatment ABC News w/ Dr. Alan Bauman"

  1. Alan Bauman
    17/08/2014 at 12:20 pm Permalink

    Yes,+Michael Moody PRP hair regrowth treatment with Amniogenix stem cells
    can absolutely be used to enhance hair growth in African-Americans.

  2. Bentley Bengal
    17/08/2014 at 12:26 pm Permalink

    If the procedure only last 2 years and you have to come up with another
    $2,500 to redo the procedure, I suggest you might as well save up and go
    for FUE Hair Transplant using the latest technique. Once the hair
    transplant is done maintain and make the hair thicker and healthy by using
    Hair Laser like iGrow Hair Laser and minoxidil combine, once every two
    weeks do dermaroller and the impressive result is PERMANENT. I also
    suggest take Biotin everyday. This is what I do now as I had my hair
    transplant 6 years ago. I suggest go for the latest technique which is the
    FUE Hair Transplant. 6 years ago they weren’t doing this. But if I have
    to do it again I will definitely go for the FUE Hair Transplant so there is
    NO cutting on your donor area. I just found the site in YouTube entitled
    “Hair Forever Hair Transplant”
    Great demo on how it works. Makes me feel like I want to have another hair
    transplant THE PROPER WAY LOL. I am Asian Female. Goodluck everyone!

  3. Mr Aleisa
    17/08/2014 at 1:03 pm Permalink

    Does it work for alopecia?

  4. Ramez Mitry
    17/08/2014 at 1:12 pm Permalink

    it might be a dumb question but i just wonder who’s better Mesotherapy or
    the PRP ? what do you recommend ? 

  5. Christopher Rubeo
    17/08/2014 at 1:31 pm Permalink

    Stem cells from where? Are you combining PRP with an ECM (like Acell?).

  6. Dr. Robert Jones Toronto Hair Transplant Center
    17/08/2014 at 1:55 pm Permalink

    We never had great results with PRP but it’s still in the news… PRP +
    Stem Cells Hair Regrowth Treatment ABC News w/ Dr. Alan Bauman – YouTube
    http://ow.ly/vX8Vf

  7. darthrudious
    17/08/2014 at 2:20 pm Permalink

    How well has this procedure worked on men who are completely bald?

  8. WakeboardStud28
    17/08/2014 at 2:52 pm Permalink

    Is it possible that this new procedure will replace hair transplants? Will
    this procedure work on an individual who is completely bald?

  9. speedyone1980
    17/08/2014 at 3:12 pm Permalink

    Hi, I am really interested in this method of treatment as i think it is
    safer than all available options now..i just want to know if there is an
    online consultation as i am staying in Toronto ON, and it is hard for me to
    get there…

  10. ZAUO
    17/08/2014 at 4:10 pm Permalink

    Question: I’m 25 and my hair is been falling while taking shower since end
    up 2011 is it normal? Because I still have my hair and I do not see bald
    spots.. But it doesn’t grow long the way that I used to grow it back in
    high school

  11. Ramazan Özden
    17/08/2014 at 4:46 pm Permalink

    Will this treatment regrow lost hair? I’ve been using rogaine for four
    years now and it’s starting to lose its effectiveness. What can I expect
    from this treatment. My left temple is getting pretty thin and my vertex
    area is thinning as well. How many treatments are needed and is this a
    permanent solution for thinning hair or something I have to do once per
    year? I would like to apologies for my bad English as I’m from Denmark. 

  12. Micah Miller
    17/08/2014 at 5:23 pm Permalink

    If its so quick and easy why charge and enormous $2500.00 for it?

  13. Charles Talakkottur
    17/08/2014 at 5:34 pm Permalink

    Hi there. wanted to know if you have had experience using A-Cell?

  14. zeuperm
    17/08/2014 at 6:30 pm Permalink

    Hopefully one day in my late 30s I can get this done. I’m 24 years old
    right now. And balding bad! I hate it. I used to have thick black Harry
    Potter looking hair in my teens. Now I look like an older guy with my badly
    thinning hair.

  15. Danny Deco
    17/08/2014 at 7:27 pm Permalink

    How many treatment are normally need? Is it a procedure that need a set
    amount of time or is it a lifetime recurring procedure?

  16. Flubber Flops
    17/08/2014 at 7:49 pm Permalink

    Let me guess, this costs like $50,000? I understand the intricate work
    that goes into these procedures so the prices are fair when you consider
    that. I just cant personally justify spending that much money on a
    procedure where the results are minimal at best. Hopefully, scientists
    will one day develop a pill (not propecia) you can take that will fully
    restore your hair!

  17. Alan Bauman
    17/08/2014 at 8:10 pm Permalink

    How is PRP Hair Regrowth Treatment performed? ABC News in Palm Beach
    Florida visited +Alan Bauman at +Bauman Medical Group – Hair Restoration
    for Men and Women to find out more about this new breakthrough hair loss
    treatment which is helping many men and women suffering from thinning hair
    and hair loss. #stemcells #stemcelltherapy 

  18. jamal bussanut
    17/08/2014 at 8:33 pm Permalink

    man ive been balding since 16 i wish these niggas were grateful

  19. seigeengine
    17/08/2014 at 8:34 pm Permalink

    +dev1lsadv0cate If you live in North America, you probably live in a
    country that harvests wood not only sustainably, but intentionally grows
    trees for the purpose of harvesting them.

  20. SuperSaltydog77
    17/08/2014 at 8:35 pm Permalink

    Food grade mineral oil could be a safe and effective way to treat wood used
    in raised bed gardens. It probally would have to be applied every year

  21. Chemeleon15
    17/08/2014 at 9:10 pm Permalink

    +Reaganite71 All Pressure treated wood, today, is treated with copper,
    arsenic has been illegal since about 2003, i believe.

  22. Superstarfruit888
    17/08/2014 at 9:23 pm Permalink

    Rain gutters with sides attached would be a good soaking rig for long
    boards…also, hope no one’s pee is anywhere near that color! You’d want to
    go to the hospital if so, lol! It’s ochre color. Ochre is a mineral, maybe
    it’s in this mix. Thanks for this – I was looking for an option and I LoVE
    that grey, driftwood look, thank you!

  23. Colorful Canary
    17/08/2014 at 9:47 pm Permalink

    Organic Allback linseed oil/paint works great too and a little goes a long
    way. Valhalco has had a mineral powder wood treatment for many years called
    Lifetime Wood Treatment. I have made my own similar treatment with Borax,
    carbon powder, and iron oxide.

  24. Reaganite71
    17/08/2014 at 10:07 pm Permalink

    They wouldn’t disclose the ingredients? I don’t like that. Yella wood is
    treated with copper, NOT arsenic like regular pressure treated wood, so
    it’s garden safe, only a few pennies more, AND I don’t have to mix
    anything, treat it myself and then wonder what it’s been treated with.
    Thanks for the info though.

  25. bloom4mee
    17/08/2014 at 10:25 pm Permalink

    First! Great vid. I’m gonna try it.

  26. mr anderson
    17/08/2014 at 11:05 pm Permalink

    I bought some lettuce seeds today so i can grow my greens. it says 2
    months, so in 2 months time i will have me greens.

  27. Jefferdaughter
    17/08/2014 at 11:06 pm Permalink

    Chemicals are often added to concrete for various reasons, such as
    affecting curing time, plasticity, etc, including various formayldehyde
    compounds. Flyash, recovered from the stacks of coal-fired power plants, is
    often incorporated. Flyash can be a source of gypsum, but notoriously
    contains toxins like mercury. These are among the reasons I’m not
    comfortable using concrete in contact with soil that is used to grow food.
    If there is a source w/out these additives, that would be great!

  28. 1775novten
    17/08/2014 at 11:29 pm Permalink

    Cheap is good and free is even better. I just built another bed out of
    2×4’s that I pulled out of a home construction dumpster. However, my beds
    are in my back yard, so if they were in my front yard like John has, then
    I’m sure I’d want them a bit “prettier” 🙂

  29. TheNoviceGardener
    17/08/2014 at 11:45 pm Permalink

    There is a product called Timber Pro (this is non toxic) based in Portland
    Oregon it is called Internal Wood Stabilizer. Clint of Gardenfrugal
    mentioned it on one of his videos. I am giving it a try and will see.
    Apparently it is a very good reliable product.

  30. tfr51
    17/08/2014 at 11:54 pm Permalink

    Thanks, saved me from making a dumb mistake.

  31. mikeyson7
    18/08/2014 at 12:25 am Permalink

    you could go read a book and do the research yourself… he is already
    saving yoou a ton of time at the very least. dont complain when he is
    teying to help and you have contributed nothing but negativity

  32. FarmbyGardens
    18/08/2014 at 12:29 am Permalink

    Hi, John. I actually saw this a couple days ago on another video of yours
    from a hardware and gardening show. I was looking at this last night but
    didn’t. Then I came to your channel today and what was there? This awesome
    video. THANKS! We’ve now ordered ours from Home Depot dot com and didn’t
    have to pay shipping if we were willing to pick it up at the store. That
    might help some folks out a bit! It will be at our local HD in 4 days.
    Thanks for your great videos!

  33. Zurik
    18/08/2014 at 12:39 am Permalink

    John, Im amazed you didn’t got for any morning wood jokes, but good episode
    nonetheless lol. I wonder if this product is available in europe though.

  34. justgivemethetruth
    18/08/2014 at 12:50 am Permalink

    Thanks for all your hard work and investigation John

  35. dev1lsadv0cate
    18/08/2014 at 1:17 am Permalink

    The oil-based stains are breeding grounds for mold, unless they contain
    chemicals to prevent that (aka deck stains). Pressure treated wood no
    longer contains arsenic. The newer ACQ wood contains copper to deter
    insects and quat fungicide, which is the same used in swimming pools as a
    disinfectant. Risk is minimal to nonexistent in my opinion. Treated wood
    lasts longer, which means fewer trees cut down.

  36. 1775novten
    18/08/2014 at 1:55 am Permalink

    Oh, I completely understand and respect that. I was just going on the
    premiss that I think most people want something that is functional and at
    the cheapest price. Of course no one wants it to look like a dump site, but
    I think the function and look can be accomplished with cheaper wood. We
    aren’t building a deck that we want to last for 20 years, we’re building a
    garden. I think that’s where most people get caught up.

  37. NWFL DeaconsWife
    18/08/2014 at 2:18 am Permalink

    True, that. The point is to do the best you can with what you have to work
    with. Even so, the least amount of ‘stuff” we add or let get added to our
    food sources, the better. Homegrown, even imprefectly homegrown is still
    loads better than commercial. Homegrown carefully is even better than
    homegrown haphazzardly. I agree with you tho, that at least growing your
    own is a big step in the right direction. 🙂

  38. thayne559
    18/08/2014 at 2:34 am Permalink

    Is there anything wrong with linseed oil?

  39. BlackCat2
    18/08/2014 at 3:15 am Permalink

    I am going to have to try that and not just for gardening but for the
    things I make outdoors out of wood for the cats to play on. It should be
    safe for animals too I would think. I will check on that to be sure though.
    – Heidi

  40. Jose Lopez
    18/08/2014 at 4:14 am Permalink

    Amigo John ase tiempo te vengo siguiendo me gustan tus videos adelante
    amigo con los comentarios negativos no Hagas caso no te alcanso a entender
    el nombre del producto para tratar la madera si me lo mandas por favor tu
    Amigo Jose adelante…

  41. groovesme
    18/08/2014 at 4:51 am Permalink

    John I look forward to seeing your updates on this product. How well is it
    supposed to protect from UV damage? Out here in AZ we have more problems
    with wood drying out and cracking from UV than from rot.

  42. gzpo
    18/08/2014 at 5:34 am Permalink

    Ok, this could have been done in 8mins. Let’s do this, yeah!!!

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